About Picture Grammar
Picture Grammar presents, in a simple, visual format, the meaning and definitions of nine parts of speech. In addition the definitions of most common functional words are illustrated with a picture which includes a voiced sentence that portrays the meaning.
These common (functional) words are often referred to as High Frequency words, Sight or Tricky words.
They usually have multiple meanings, refer to abstract concepts or perform as more than one part of speech, making English a difficult lamguage to learn, understand and use. Approximately 75% of most text contains these words.
Picture Grammar is especially suitable for dyslexics, visual learners and/or ESL students who may struggle to create meaning from a sequence of letters alone. It links ‘what the word looks like’ with ‘what the word sounds like together and with ‘what the word means’.
Now that you are ready to start, simply click on the button below.
You will be prompted to enter your email address, this will allow a login link to be sent to you. Once you have received the login link simply click on it and it will take you back to the Picture Grammar app. Follow the onscreen instructions and you are all set. There is a small charge to sign up to Picture Grammar, the money from purchasing access to Picture Grammar goes to the Gifts for Dyslexia charity which gives bursaries to fund a Davis programme for Dyslexia, Maths, ADHD or Autism.
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