Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Level IX - Super Set

30 Books, Posters, Test, Alternate Test, Presentations, and TE

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Author(s): Osborne, Elizabeth
Editor: Knox, Larry
Illustrator: Knox, Larry
Page Length: 128
Copyright: 2003
Weight: 22.50 lbs.
Item Code: 301364
ISBN: 9781608433315

This book, the 9th grade level of Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots, was formerly known as Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Level III.

Not every teacher understands how powerful roots-based vocabulary instruction can be.

Give your 9th grade students the most effective and powerful vocabulary instruction available. Based on research-proven strategies, Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots will help your 7th to 12th graders decode thousands of words and build a lifetime of reading success.

Watch your students grow confident in their Latin and Greek roots knowledge thanks to:

  • A logical structure that helps students build connections between related words
  • Mnemonic cartoons and interesting word notes that make studying fun and effective
  • Exercises using words in context to lock in understanding
  • Strategies that help students understand the building blocks of language

Building a complete, year-long unit to help your students understand how roots, prefixes, and suffixes work together has never been easier.

This Super Set bundle for 9th grade contains:

  • 30 student workbooks
  • 1 teacher's edition
  • Introduction and Practice Powerpoint Presentations
  • 1 Test Pack and 1 Alternate Test Pack
  • 8 posters

This is the new 3rd edition, and the grade-level labels have changed.

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02 Apr 2015 | R Clemens |
Teachers: Do not order the test packet. In every unit quiz there are eight words that are not from that unit. In addition, half of the questions are simple multiple choice matching word to definition unlike the style of questions found in the student workbook. Not worth the money.

Review Rating: 1

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