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Educators Publishing Service Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book B, Teacher's Guide and Answer Key

The new and expanded Teacher's Guide and Answer Key provides scaffolding for individual learning needs and helps students access prior knowledge and make connections to new learning. It also offers a variety of activities that can be adapted for whole-class, small group, or independent learning situations. This book presents teachers with a practical and effective method for teaching vocabulary through classical roots, even when that background is not part of the teacher's own experience.

Features:

  • Lesson-by-lesson support for group instruction and discussion
  • Strategies for making connections between roots, familiar words, and key works
  • Blackline masters to reinforce key words from each lesson
  • Additional review activities
  • Vocabulary games and word-learning strategies
  • Glossary of literary and historical references
  • Answer key
Softcover, 110 pages. Grade 8.
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Too difficult for this homeschool mom.

Date:August 27, 2012
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I understood the concepts, but was extremely disappointed in the layout. I felt it needed to build more on the words. Even though my son is in the 10th grade, this was definitely Greek and Latin to him. I, who am familiar with it was not comfortable teaching it and felt it was just too difficult to understand and teach for myself.
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