‘Trans’ is a Latin noun or prefix, meaning ‘across’, or ‘beyond’. Designed for a translator and writer for the arts, these cards reflect the process of the vocation and personality of their owner. Published articles by the writer were taken and turned into handmade paper, imbuing the essence of his craft into his identity. Contact details were then hand-printed onto each individual card using a transfer marker. Just as a translator’s role is that of bridging language boundaries, this…
$ Prefix posters with the 20 most common prefixes. Includes both the filled in and blank posters.Prefixes included: anti, de, dis, en/em, fore, in/im, in/im/il/ir, inter, mid, mis, non, over, pre, re, semi, sub, super, trans, un
PREFIX PRACTICE FOR UPPER GRADES Visually-pleasing activities and super-easy bulletin board displays make learning and reviewing prefixes interesting for middle/secondary students. The 25 prefixes included in this set are: anti, aqua, astro, auto, bi, dis, frag, geo, hyper, imag, mal, mega, mid, mis, over,pre, pyro, quad, tele, trans, tri, re, super, un, uni $
Prefixes of Direction Chart: This color chart of Latin and Greek prefixes can be used to learn academic vocabulary related to direction. Teachers can use this chart as a reference and build lists of terms related to each direction on additional poster boards accordingly. Each prefix is illustrated explicitly. For example, the prefix trans- means across and is depicted with a slim arrow going across a larger shaped arrow.
The word Pansexual is derived from the Greek prefix pan, meaning “all”. The term is reflective of those who feel they are sexually/emotionally/spiritually capable of falling in love with all gender expressions and biological composition of the body.