Logophiles

Good morning, dfoww learners. Our Logophiles and Word of the Day (two-part) reading and writing workshops have been designed to help our students improve all areas of communication i.e., – listening, speaking, reading and writing. Having a robust vocabulary plays an important part in learning to read. Our objective is to introduce and familiarize ourContinue reading “Logophiles”

Affinity for Adjectives

Word Game  Adjectives describe or modify the meaning of nouns and pronouns to make them more specific.  Examples  • The astonished hiker sat on the wooden bench staring at the arresting colors of the stunning sunset.  astonished = adjective being used to describe the hiker  hiker = noun  wooden = adjective being used to describeContinue reading “Affinity for Adjectives”

Logophiles

Word Game  Good morning, dfoww learners. Our Logophiles and Word of the Day (two-part) reading and writing workshops have been designed to help our students improve all areas of communication, including listening, speaking, reading and writing. Having a robust vocabulary is essential for these skills. Our objective is to introduce and familiarize our students with newContinue reading “Logophiles”

Auspicious Learners

Word Game One way we build vocabulary is by word association. The goal of this word association game is to help our participants make connections between words. Synonym: a word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language Directions: 1. Select the group of wordsContinue reading “Auspicious Learners”

Logophiles

Word Game  Good morning, dfoww learners. Our Logophiles and Word of the Day (two-part) reading and writing workshops have been designed to help our students improve all areas of communication i.e., – listening, speaking, reading and writing.  Having a robust vocabulary plays an important part in learning to read. Our objective is to introduce andContinue reading “Logophiles”

Affinity for Adjectives

Word Game Adjectives describe or modify the meaning of nouns and pronouns to make them more specific. Examples • The woman’s cumbersome purse made the lengthy walk to the bus station quite unpleasant. cumbersome = adjective being used to describe the purse purse = noun lengthy = adjective being used to describe the walk walkContinue reading “Affinity for Adjectives”

Logophiles

Word Game Good morning, dfoww learners. Our Logophiles and Word of the Day (two-part) reading and writing workshops have been designed to help our students improve all areas of communication i.e., – listening, speaking, reading and writing. Having a robust vocabulary plays an important part in learning to read. Our objective is to introduce andContinue reading “Logophiles”

Logophiles

Word Game Good morning, dfoww learners. Our Logophiles and Word of the Day (two-part) reading and writing workshops have been designed to help our students improve all areas of communication i.e., – listening, speaking, reading and writing. Having a robust vocabulary plays an important part in learning to read. Our objective is to introduce andContinue reading “Logophiles”

Logophiles

Word Game Good morning, dfoww learners. Our Logophiles and Word of the Day (two-part) reading and writing workshops have been designed to help our students improve all areas of communication i.e., – listening, speaking, reading and writing. Having a robust vocabulary plays an important part in learning to read. Our objective is to introduce andContinue reading “Logophiles”