Formative Assessment—A Process, Not a Test
I love hyphens. Always have. Always will. If used properly, hyphens make things easier to read. This is because hyphenated words let readers know there’s something still coming in a phrase that’s being read, so the reader should hold off a bit before deciding on the meaning of what’s being read at that instant.
For an illustration, ask yourself which of these two sentences is more easily understood:
(1) The teachers were dismayed with...
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