Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots Online Course Spotlight

by Lynna Sutherland in Online Course Spotlights

Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots focuses on using vocabulary words to find Latin or Greek roots. These courses are perfect for your 8-12 year olds.

Students look at a list of vocabulary words and find the Latin or Greek roots.

Kimberly Meister - teacher 

In the Vocabulary Supersleuths classes, students look at a list of vocabulary words and find the Latin or Greek roots. They then use the definitions of the vocabulary words to try to determine the meaning of the root. They make a notecard with all of this information. By the end of the session, they have a collection of notecards containing vocabulary words along with the roots and their meanings.


Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots: Facts at a Glance

Instructor/Company: Kimberly Meister
Website: Outschool
Religious Perspective: None
Levels/Sections: 4
Age Range: 8-12
Pronunciation (?): None
Instruction Method (?): N/A

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Get to Know Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots!

Who is the instructor of Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots?

Kimberly Meister

Is Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots a religious-based Latin course?

Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots is a secular course.

How many levels/sections of Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots are available?

There are four level of Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots.

When students finish all levels of Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots, what do you recommend for continued Latin study?

There are four different parts that are taken sequentially.

For which ages/grades is Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots most appropriate?

Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots is for ages 8-12.

How can homeschool parents know if their child is ready for Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots?

Students should be able to read and write independently. 

How often and for how long does Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots meet?

Depending on the part, the class meets once a week for 6-8 weeks.

What curriculum, if any, does Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots use?

Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots does not use a curriculum.

Course Details for Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots

Which subjects are covered in Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots?

  • English derivatives from Latin

In the Vocabulary Supersleuths classes, students look at a list of vocabulary words and find the Latin or Greek roots. They then use the definitions of the vocabulary words to try to determine the meaning of the root. They make a notecard with all of this information. By the end of the session, they have a collection of notecards containing vocabulary words along with the roots and their meanings.

Does Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots teach Classical or Ecclesiastical pronunciation {more info}?

Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots does not teach using either pronunciation.

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Ways to Save on Vocabulary Supersleuths with Greek and Latin Roots

I would be happy to offer 10% off part 1 classes. 

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About the Author Lynna Sutherland

Lynna Sutherland is the mom of eight kids ranging in age from high school to preschool. She loves to encourage parents in grace-based, relationship-focused Christian parenting.

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