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The Joy of Vocabulary II: Greek and Latin Prefixes and Roots
An excellent preparation for the SAT and other exams that require understanding of advanced vocabulary, this class uses Greek and Latin roots and prefixes to teach vocabulary meaning and usage.
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Twice per week
over 5 weeks
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This will be the second set of five chapters in a series, but you do not need to have taken the Joy of Vocabulary I course to jump into this one. In this class, we will work from the vocabulary workbook The Joy of Vocabulary by Norman Levine, completing five chapters together. I have used this workbook in English classes for two decades and consider it the best tool I've ever come across for expanding understanding of the English language. Each chapter introduces a new set of Greek and...
Students will: Expand their understanding of the way English is formed Learn several Latin and Greek roots and prefixes and the way they work in words Be challenged to use new words in context Practice skills with words like concise writing and applying meaning logic to make analogies (example: entomology is to insects as astronomy is to stars)
Each week, students will complete one chapter in the workbook The Joy of Vocabulary. This class will cover chapters 9, 12, 13, 22 and 23
Each student will need a new copy of the workbook The Joy of Vocabulary by Norman Levine. For all students in the class, I will provide a link to purchase the correct edition.
1 hour 20 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Lisa BagchiReading, creative writing teacher
89 total reviews
134 completed classes
Hello! My name is Lisa Bagchi, and I run many different classes on Outschool. Favorites include reading classes that center around discussion of themes, characters, and whatever else we can find, as well as creative writing groups in which we...