Help 10th-grade students develop the skills they wish to decode thousands of English words with Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots Book IV.
Students who are capable of determining the meanings of words they’ve never seen before have a distinct advantage on challenging reading assignments, whether in the classroom or on standardized tests.
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots helps you give your students this advantage. It shows students how thousands of words share common elements: roots, prefixes, and suffixes derived from Latin and Greek. If students consider what these common elements mean, they’re going to be better equipped to consider unfamiliar words in the beginning sight.
Exercises for each lesson require students to use each new word several times in different contexts, answer a couple of-choice questions after reading short passages, use their knowledge of roots, prefixes, and suffixes to define new words from context, and a lot more.
Why must you use Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots?
— It saves you dozens of hours spent creating vocabulary lessons by yourself.
— You’ll be able to teach students the elements of thousands of words.
— You’ll be able to give students practice determining the meanings of words from their contexts.
— Your students will needless to say these words long after class is over.
Note from the publisher: We offer a Teacher’s Edition of this book, but we don’t sell it to students. Call us at 800-932-4593 to order.