Practice and repetition are very important when memorizing. These ELECTRONIC flashcards were strategically created to be a systematic way of learning and practicing the most common morphemes. They will help your students learn the morphemes and commit them to memory.
The electronic flashcards are actually 12 separate slide shows with each slide transitioning automatically. An individual morpheme appears first, then after waiting several seconds to allow the students to say its meaning, the answer is shown. You may either project the slide shows on a screen for whole class practice or download onto multiple computers for individual practice. Each set introduces at least 8 morphemes and reviews previously learned morphemes, giving students spaced-review. Begin with Set#1, then go to Set #2, etc.
These electronic flashcards can be used as part of ANY word analysis study. They also are organized to reinforce the lessons in the book, Word Analysis: Unlocking the Meaning of Words. So, Set #1 flashcards go with Set #1 in the book, etc. There are also 2 review sets, one after Set #5 in the book and the other after Set #10.