Monthly Archives: September 2015

Grammar Games for Adults Studying Parts of Speech

I’m all for gaming as a learning approach to practice parsing parts of speech. Games get endorphins flowing, help develop speed and accuracy, and help identify individual areas of weakness for improvement.  For adult studying parts of speech, I recommend: … Continue reading

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Citogenesis

The internet is at its best when coming up with new words for how the internet is at its worst:  

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Back to School Resolution

Whether I’ve been a student, an instructor, a parent with or without school-aged kids, or working full-time and not attending school in any capacity, I’ve always felt that September marks the start of a new year.  New Year’s Day — … Continue reading

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