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10-12 Syllable Rules

By Brendan Bense | April 13, 2019

Syllable Rules 10-12 That’s why we’re here to help in our fourth episode, which covers rules ten, eleven, and twelve. Today we’re talking all about words that end in -le, which makes them super easy to locate! by March 8, 2019 Welcome to our last episode on syllable rules, where FactSumo breaks down each and…

8-9 Syllable Rules

By Brendan Bense | April 13, 2019

Syllable Rules 8-9 That’s why we’re here to help in the fourth episode, which covers rules eight and nine. These mini-posts go into a bit of detail concerning the rules, so there’s no confusion for you or your students! by March 8, 2019 Welcome to our fourth post on syllable rules, where FactSumo breaks down…

6-7 Syllable Rules

By Brendan Bense | April 13, 2019

Syllable Rules 6-7 That’s why we’re here to help in the third episode, which covers rules six and seven. These mini-posts go into a bit of detail concerning the rules, so there’s no confusion for you or your students! by March 8, 2019 Welcome to our third post on syllable rules, where FactSumo breaks down…

4-5 Syllable Rules

By Brendan Bense | April 13, 2019

Syllable Rules 4-5 That’s why we’re here to help in the second episode, which covers rules four and five. by March 8, 2019 Welcome to our second post on syllable rules, where FactSumo breaks down each and every rule for, well, breaking down syllables! Syllables are easy to sound out loud, but a little more…

1-3 Syllable Rules

By Brendan Bense | April 13, 2019

Syllable Rules 1-3 That’s why we’re here to help in the first episode, which covers rules one to three. by March 8, 2019 Welcome to the very first post on syllable rules, where FactSumo breaks down each and every rule for, well, breaking down syllables! Syllables are easy to sound out loud, but a little…

Syllable Rules Overview

By Brendan Bense | April 13, 2019

The Twelve Syllable Rules While most English natives know that syllables are the rhythm of the English language, many do not know the rules for breaking syllables apart. by March 8, 2019 Syllables are the basic building blocks of words. You can break down any English word into at least one syllable! Syllables almost always…

How To: Write Effective Multiple Choice Questions

By Brendan Bense | April 12, 2019

10 Tips To Up Your Multiple Choice Deck and Better Assess Students Turns out, there are quite a few factors that play into writing the perfect MC question. That’s why the geniuses at FactSumo have got you covered. by March 8, 2019 A short guide to writing effective multiple choice questions. Multiple Choice (MC) questions…

World Religions

By Brendan Bense | April 11, 2019

Intro to World Religions It’s certainly no easy task, when some experts can’t agree on the religions that fit the definition, or even the definition itself. by March 8, 2019 When we say the word religion, what comes to mind? There have been many attempts in recent academic history to define, quantify, and categorize religions…

Everyday Vocab

By Brendan Bense | April 11, 2019

Build Your (Everyday) Vocab FactSumo has you covered! We inspire confidence through practice. And in this case, we’ll help you decide what to practice next when you’re learning English vocabulary! by March 8, 2019 Intro Learning English is an extremely difficult task, and it can take years to master some of the finer points, even…

Bossy R and Zh – Phonics

By Brendan Bense | April 11, 2019

Phonics: Bossy R and Zh we discussed Digraphs and Diphthongs in episode three. Before we move onto Bossy R and /zh/, let’s do a quick recap of what we learned in the last episode, as digraphs and diphthongs are pretty difficult. by March 8, 2019 Intro This is it! Our final episode for Phonics is…