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eBook Instant Vocabulary ePub

by Ida ehrlich

  • ISBN: 0671424157
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Ida ehrlich
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pocket (September 3, 1980)
  • ePub book: 1214 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1396 kb
  • Other: docx lrf mbr txt
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 151

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I teach third graders and I used this book to help increase their vocabulary. We came up with some great games with finding root words and trying to figure out the words meaning

Only 19 left in stock (more on the way). I teach third graders and I used this book to help increase their vocabulary. We came up with some great games with finding root words and trying to figure out the words meaning. It's a great filler activity or to teach one to the students every day or one a week.

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This is a great book to expand vocabulaty; it is used by many teachers. My only criticism is that there is no alphabetical index so, if you want to find the prefix "pre-",for example, you need to look page by page to find it. But, it is definitely worth it once you find the page.

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Simon and Schuster A thirty-day vocabulary building program which includes a pronunciation guide and word origins and histories. ISBN10 : 9780671743499, ISBN13 : 067174349X.

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Comments

Cerekelv Cerekelv
Call me a nerd, but I read this book cover to cover and didn't jump around. I thought I had a decent vocabulary, but I found a lot more words I didn't know in here and had many "a-ha!" moments where words made sense, based on their derivation.

The author introduces the keys in often witty and informational text. Very nice. I like to get a little back story or understand how the spelling got a little tweak based on the Latin root.

However, in my edition at least, it became evident that some keys got moved around. Not only were references made to keys I'd seen before (but hadn't), there were some instances in the practice where I was supposed to come up with a word for a key that hadn't been introduced. So Keys definitely got rearranged without careful attention to ensuring that the Key intros and/or practice didn't refer to words/keys not already introduced.

In that same vein, the index in the back often led to the wrong page when you tried to look up a key word to see where it was used in the book. So that was pretty much useless to me. I thumbed back through to look up a key when I felt I needed a refresher.

I liked that every now and then that the practice would be a key review where you had to match the key up with the meaning. The practices where you had to come up with a word you'd seen before also forced you to review your keys in a more subtle way.

Other than the indexing fail and the slightly annoying references to keys not yet introduced (which, as the book progressed obviously became less frequent), I enjoyed this learning tool and recommend it to anyone wanting to build their or their child's vocabulary.
Rigiot Rigiot
I have recommended this book to several students who were serious about improving their vocabulary. It is comprehensive and easy to follow. Ehrilch has made vocabulary development fun.
Gavinranadar Gavinranadar
Not what I'd hoped for
GYBYXOH GYBYXOH
Just 256 building blocks. No memorizing to learn to know the meaning of, spelling of and the pronunciation of any word one hears for the first ever time. It almost is magical and stays as a lifetime linguistic base with just one exposure of under a month of half an hour per day.

Many who have received this from me have excelled in the language side of many entrants / evaluation exams like SAT / TOFEL / CAT / GMAT etc. I have distributed at least 50 books to friends and family.
Wal Wal
great book...cheap paperback hard to read. If there is a hardback or other version get that instead
Jozrone Jozrone
I teach third graders and I used this book to help increase their vocabulary. We came up with some great games with finding root words and trying to figure out the words meaning. It's a great filler activity or to teach one to the students every day or one a week. good investment.
Daron Daron
thanksthanks
Awesome