Click HERE for an inspiring story from Marie Foley, a long-time tutor who was quite new to SWI when the session described in this account happened. This is yet another powerful tale of educators and their studnets learning together at the beginning of working with SWI, and the power of the matrix. Note that working with a matrix forces us to investigate meaningfully related words, and from that context, we are able to make sense of grapheme-phoneme correspondences that are not understandable absent that morphological structure. 

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