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Set #1: Greek and Latin Roots {Week1 Review-Lists 1-10}

Set #1: Greek and Latin Roots {Week1 Review-Lists 1-10}
Set #1: Greek and Latin Roots {Week1 Review-Lists 1-10}
Set #1: Greek and Latin Roots {Week1 Review-Lists 1-10}
Set #1: Greek and Latin Roots {Week1 Review-Lists 1-10}
Set #1: Greek and Latin Roots {Week1 Review-Lists 1-10}
Set #1: Greek and Latin Roots {Week1 Review-Lists 1-10}
Set #1: Greek and Latin Roots {Week1 Review-Lists 1-10}
Set #1: Greek and Latin Roots {Week1 Review-Lists 1-10}
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**This review assignment goes with the resource: Set #1: Greek and Latin Roots (Middle and High School Students, Common Core, SAT PREP). You can purchase Set #1 for $25 on my TpT page. I've sold 100's of copies and it is highly recommended!

The roots reviewed are common roots, so if you do not own the above mentioned book it may work, but the review is meant to accompany Set #1.
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I created this review to give my students more practice with root definitions, but more importantly so they can start to see how roots all come together. What are the similarities, differences, common uses, etc.?

It is set up by day -Monday-Friday. They are instructed that each day we will do a short review that is testing their knowledge of lists 1-10. Here is the breakdown for each day:

Monday: Name 8 roots that mean NOT, 2 roots that mean HIGH and 4 roots that mean TOGETHER

Tuesday: Name all the root definitions for each number: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10, and 100

Wednesday: Name 2 roots with the definition BAD, list 2 pairs of opposite roots (under vs. over), list a root you would find in science class, define the root and define the word

Thursday: the beginning of words are missing their roots,{Example: ____normal = abnormal}, fill in the missing root and define the word, find the root in the following word, define the root and define the word (2 of these)

Friday: Define the following roots (15) and choose from A-E which root have we NOT studied, define all other roots

The way I did this was give them a DAILY handout where they did not know what I was going to ask, but they had to fill it in each day.
Name 8 roots that mean _____:

1. __________
2. __________
3. __________
4. __________

5. __________
6. __________
7. __________
8. __________

I did not want them to do it all in one day, so I had them add the missing information/question and then complete the review for the day.

I included the DAILY as the review I just described and I included a student copy that has all the information they need on it, but it is not the one I prefer.
There is a key as well.

I had them do this on their own and then share/discuss with their teams and it worked VERY well. They had a lot of fun with it and found that some roots were now very easy to remember since they were grouped.
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