Morphology for Meaning: Guidance Document

Par Melinda Hinch (GECDSB) & The Morphology Project Dernière mise à jour 2024/05/27
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Melinda Hinch, Speech-Language Pathologist at Greater Essex County DSB, has adapted morphology lessons from The Morphology Project, an open-source series of lessons developed by a group of teachers and school leaders in Australia.

This is a written document to support effective implementation of the lessons.


This document supports systematic and explicit instruction of morphology.


  1. I appreciated being able to go on a deep dive with the related links and learn more about the Morphology project too – and its connections with the grammar project and the syntax project. Thanks to the brilliant educators in Australia for creating these excellent resources to get us all started!

  2. A quick intro to using the Morphology Slide Decks that are associated. It outlines that the slide deck for each morpheme contains an intro page, a keyword page, a sentence reading page, a fill in the blank page and creating new words page.

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