By Amy E. Olsen
Educational Vocabulary offers vocabulary development with a visually stimulating, full-color layout to pique scholars’ curiosity and make the method enjoyable. This appealing, highly-interactive workbook improves educational observe wisdom via educational readings and interactive workouts. Repetition of the phrases and getting the scholars to determine the phrases utilized in a number of contexts improves memorization.
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Their beauty re(Z)_______________ ed my spirits. To see life blooming again made me happy. Maybe the long winter we had been having would soon be over. I felt such grati(8)_______________ to the lovely flowers. The return of life made me think about _______________erity and what I most wanted to leave for future generations. Maybe the reOO)______________ ance of a few flowers in the snow to the big issues of life and death wouldn’t hit most people, but for some reason those flowers made me look at the world in a whole new way.
111! 11i 111! I i 11! i I i i I i 111111S1111i 111! 11II11111M111 i 111! 1111! Making a Scene Get together with six to nine classmates and divide into two to three groups. Each group creates a situation or uses one of the suggestions below to write a short scene using at least six of the vocabulary words to be studied. If you want to study several words, make sure each group doesn’t pick the same six words. Each group acts out the scene with the rest noting how the words are used. You may choose to emphasize the vocabulary word by your actions or tone of voice when you are doing the scene to help you and your classmates remember the word.
What are two examples of parasitic relationships? 3. Name a field that uses a lot of statistics. 4. Name two groups that are persecuted in today’s world. 5. Cite two examples of successes you have had in college. 6. Name two types of fauna found in your city or town. 7. Write a list of five ages of people you know, and then calculate the median age. 8. Where would you like to sojourn during the summer? Why did you pick this place? 9. ” 10. Give examples of two problems (society’s or personal) that you would consider to be of high magnitude.
Academic Vocabulary Academic Words (4th Edition) by Amy E. Olsen