A couple of weeks ago I did a post about orthography and highlighted videos the students had made about twin bases. I also commented on some of the things that, after watching the videos, I felt were going to need some more emphasis.
In the blur of that week, however, I missed a video! Never saw it, never posted it, and while I recall wondering about where the work of these students went, just never got back to it. And the students, Abbu, Ethan and Ryan are the Three Students Most Likely to Never Speak Up About Being Neglected. Then–yesterday–I found it! And it’s a really good little summary of what we know about twin bases with exactly the emphasis on meaning that I was looking for!
So, with apologies to Ryan and Ethan and Abbu (and the hope they will be more on my case in the future) I present:
I really appreciate a couple of things about this investigation, including what it show about these scientists’ ability to question their own findings and seek supporting evidence. But what I most love are the questions I am left with, such as do twin bases only come from Latin roots? I love it when our learning leads us to new learning.