Tutor profile: Rory S.
What is a morpheme?
A morpheme is the smallest unit of sound that contains meaning. Some words contain multiple morphemes and some only have one. Examples: unbreakable has three morphemes un-, break, -able
Subject: Early Childhood Education
How often should the planning team reevaluate a student's IEP?
The minimum is at least once per year, but the IEP should be reviewed and adjusted as frequently as necessary to meet the student's needs.
Subject: English as a Second Language
For an ESL student: A question to target certain sentence structures and promote student's language development i.e. "What is your favorite food?" For a future ESL teacher: How would you correct the following sentence? "People is coming to my birthday party."
For an ESL student: Use the sentence structure, "My favorite food is..." For a future ESL teacher: The student lacks understanding of subject-verb agreement and needs to be taught to use the plural form "are" rather than the singular form of the verb to be.
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