Using ROOTS to build vocabulary (5 worksheets)

Using ROOTS to build vocabulary (5 worksheets)
Using ROOTS to build vocabulary (5 worksheets)
Using ROOTS to build vocabulary (5 worksheets)
Using ROOTS to build vocabulary (5 worksheets)
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Learning the meaning of just one root can help build a bigger vocabulary. Knowing MAL means unpleasant, faulty, or improper gives a jump start to figuring out the meaning of malicious, malevolent, malpractice, malware, malady, maladapted, malignant, and more.
Each worksheet has three roots and, depending on how much time you want to go over the roots, can take 30 minutes to complete.
In this lesson you get:
--directions
--5 lessons (each with three roots to learn)
Use these five lessons for an entire week or use them throughout the year.
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