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eBook Vocabulary From Classical Roots A: Teacher's Guide and Answer Key epub
  • ISBN: 0838822533
  • Author: Nancy Flowers,Norma Fifer
  • Genre: Reference
  • Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Educators Publishing Service (1990)
  • ePUB size: 1527 kb
  • FB2 size 1218 kb
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Vocabulary From Classical Roots A: Teacher's Guide and Answer Key. Norma Fifer. Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book A Teacher's Guide and Answer Key. The 12-page key to Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book A, provides answers to the exercises. Author: Norma FiferGrade: 7Pages: 12, PaperbackPublisher: Educators Publishing Service.

Vocabulary from Classical Roots can be easily incorporated into any curriculum. Use the Student Books to teach word strategies as well as word etymologies.

Vocabulary From Classical Roots A book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Vocabulary From Classical Roots A: Teacher's Guide And Answer Key (Vocabulary From Classical Roots, A) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Teacher s Guide and Answer Key A powerful tool that complements, extends, and enriches the series, the Teacher s Guides provide scaffolded instruction for individual learning needs. Assign exercises as independent or small group work, or incorporate them into whole class instruction. A variety of written and oral word games helps students build word-learning strategies and gives them practice using the familiar and key vocabulary words from each lesson.

Vocabulary from Classical Roots can help students learn not only words but strategies for determining the meaning of new words as well. Answer key and glossary of literary and historical references. Teacher's Guide and Answer Key features: Lesson-by-lesson support for group s for making connections between roots, familiar words, and new wordsBlackline masters reinforcing key wordsVocabulary games and word-learning strategiesAnswer key and glossary of literary and historical referencesSoftcover, 106 pages. Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book A, Teacher's Guide and Answer Key (9780838808603).

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Vocabulary from Classical Roots - A by Nancy Flowers, Norma Fifer.

For use with the Level "A" textbook in this series.
Comments: (7)
I know this book is meant for older kids but, it's so well laid out and easy to understand that my six year old son just completed book 4 and loved it. Now every time he hears a root word, suffix or prefix that he recognized he gets so excited. The lessons are so short and concise that we discuss one lesson at each dinner time. Then he takes the unit review quiz at the end of the week and always aces it not because he is super smart but because the lessons focus on understanding not memorization. If you're interested in improving vocabulary skills, The Classical Roots books are great for any age. I bought books 4-6 and A-E and plan to work with my sons through the whole series.
My 6th grader loved this--very interested in the roots of words and always has been. If your kids are not as linguistically oriented I could see this being a bit advanced for that age. But for younger kids like mine looking for a challenge, or older kids and adults looking to build their vocabulary and knowledge of etymology, this is an excellent book. Beware it does not include an answer key; from what I could find online, it is sold separately, but for us half the fun is looking up the things we did not know.
This review is for the whole series. I'm using these books with students who need vocabulary work. It is helping them across the board. For example, one student, who is working on book A, just finished the first two sections of the book, which contain words about numbers of things (mono/uni = 1, bi/di = 2, tri=3 and so on). Yesterday, she and I looked at her math class work. They're learning about polynomials. Her vocabulary list contains words such as monomial, binomial, trinomial... and she exclaimed, with joy, "I know these! We just learned these! The rest of the class took the whole period with this and still didn't get it and I did." She's lagged in vocabulary for so long, it's a delight to see her surging ahead. I would use the numbered books with students in middle school and needier high school students, and the A and above with average students in high school. More advanced high school students would zoom through the first few and then find material that will help them. Great for general vocab and SAT prep.
My daughter and I greatly enjoy these books. I've learned a great deal, and I know that she is receiving an excellent foundation for the recognition of and understanding of words deriving from the classical languages. The only problem is that she finishes them too quickly and then we need to buy another, because she asks to do more.
I bought this book for my seventh grader who will be starting Latin next year. The book helps illustrate how Latin has had a profound influence on the English language. However, my son has an advanced vocabulary for his age, so I've found that the English vocabulary examples given with the Greek and Latin roots aren't as challenging as I'd like them to be. As a result, we are using the book mostly for learning the roots and understanding the origin of the related English words.
This book allows students to gain a stronger understanding of the roots by examining the prefixes and suffixes. The additional test booklet is a must have for this book.
Love this series of Vocabulary books.
I've taught English for over 25 years, and this is the best source for classical vocabulary that I have ever found. I am impressed by the different levels that are in the series. It helps students to go beyond the regular vocabulary lesson to really understand what our words mean and where they came from.
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