Morpheme The smallest unit of meaning. Suffixes and prefixes are morphemes.
Morpheme Count A word may consist of : One morpheme (house) Two morphemes (house/s; hous/ing) Three or more morphemes (house/keep/ing; un/happi/ness).
Lexical Word Words which are not function words are called content words (or lexical words): these include nouns, verbs, adjectives, and most adverbs. E.g. The CAT SAT on the MAT.
Function word A word expressing a formal or grammatical purpose.
Inflected Ending Modifies form of word to express a particular grammatical function or attribute, e.g. past tense plurals adverbs
Comma Splicing A comma splice is a sentence in which two independent clauses are joined by a comma with no conjunction. For example:sentence independent clausescommaconjunction –It is nearly half past five, we cannot reach town before dark.
Noun Phrase A wider term than noun… e.g.. A lot of money My younger sister A new car The best team in the world
Coordinating Connectives and, but, or and so These join and are placed between two clauses of equal weight. Do you want to go now or shall we wait longer?
Leading and managing the implementation of APP Leading and managing the implementation of APP Session 4
Assessment for Learning Strategy Forms a significant part of the Governments commitment to developing personalised learning and improving rates of progression Support schools in using assessment to improve provision Improve the quality of the assessment process
Assessment for Learning Strategy Aims to ensure that : every childevery child knows how they are doing, and understands what they need to do to improve and how to get there; every teacherevery teacher is equipped to make judgements about pupils attainment and knows how to use this assessment to plan next steps in learning every schoolevery school has in place structured and systematic assessment systems every parent and carerevery parent and carer knows how their child is doing, what they need to do to improve.