NG – LA/OG/Morphology – Morris – Period 7

· August 29, 2020

Course Description:

Morphology is the study of morphemes (roots, suffixes, and prefixes) that create meaningful words. Students in this course are expected to read, analyze, and write about literature using morphology as a way to better understand the text. Students are also expected to learn and apply a myriad of Greek and Latin roots as well as various common suffixes and prefixes. The study of language in use – grammar, mechanics, sentence structure, and writing will be incorporated as well. There will be regular assessments to ensure progress and/or needs.

  • Read, analyze, and write responses to short pieces of literature
  • Correctly apply knowledge of morphemes in an everyday context
  • Build rich sentences that are vivid


30% Participation

20% Homework

25% Assignments in Class

25% Tests & Quizzes

Not Enrolled

Class Includes

  • 2 Lessons