formative

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Capable of producing new tissue
Capable of forming something
A language unit that has morphological function
Pertaining to the inflection of words
Of or pertaining to the formation and subsequent growth of something

My formative years were spent in an inner city.

{a} having power or tending to form
Giving form; having the power of giving form; plastic; as, the formative arts
susceptible to alteration by development and experience; "formative years"
{s} giving form, constructive; pertaining to development; capable of developing new cells or tissue (Biology)
minimal language unit that has a syntactic (or morphological) function
capable of forming new cells and tissues; "a formative zone in developing bone"
minimal language unit that has a syntactic (or morphological) function forming or capable of forming or molding; "a formative influence"; "a formative experience"
relating to or characterized by formative effects or formation; "the formative arts"
A formative period of time or experience is one that has an important and lasting influence on a person's character and attitudes. She was born in Barbados but spent her formative years in east London. having an important influence on the way someone or something develops formative years/period/stages etc (=the period when someone's character develops)
Serving to form; derivative; not radical; as, a termination merely formative
forming or capable of forming or molding; "a formative influence"; "a formative experience"
relating to or characterized by formative effects or formation; "the formative arts
A word formed in accordance with some rule or usage, as from a root
beginning to develop; "inchoative stages"
Capable of growth and development; germinal; as, living or formative matter
That which serves merely to give form, and is no part of the radical, as the prefix or the termination of a word
relating to the inflection of words
of, or relating to the formation and subsequent growth of something
formative assessment
Formative assessment is a self-reflective process that intends to promote student attainment . Cowie and Bell define it as the bidirectional process between teacher and student to enhance, recognise and respond to the learning. Black and Wiliam consider an assessment ‘formative’ when the feedback from learning activities is actually used to adapt the teaching to meet the learner's needs. Nicol and Macfarlane-Dick have re-interpreting research on formative assessment and feedback and shown how these processes can help students take control of their own learning (self-regulated learning)
formative letters
letters which are used to form words (Grammar)
formative
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