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Bowers, J.S., Bowers, P.N. (2017). Beyond Phonics: The Case for Teaching Children the Logic of the English Spelling System Educational Psychologist, 2, 124-141.
Bowers, P.N., Cooke, G. (2012, Fall). Morphology and the Common Core: Building students’ understanding of the Written Word. Perspectives on Language and Literacy, 31-35.
Bowers, P.N., Kirby, J.R., & Deacon, S.H. (2010) The Effects of Morphological Instruction on Literacy Skills: A Systematic Review of the Literature, Review of Educational Research, 80, 144–179.
Bowers, P.N. & Kirby, J.R. (2010) Effects of Morphological instruction on Vocabulary Acquisition, Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 23, 515–537.
I have not studied cognates in this way, it has been more of a go down the worm-hole sort of path. The idea of placing items in a concise way on paper / computer, makes so much sense to me. Thank you for pointing me in another direction to help develop even deeper understandings of English orthography.