The first part of the lesson, he fills in his "notes" page, while viewing the power point. At the right of this page is a column of "words to work," which are worked on the next page.
I like that in the very first lesson, in the power point, it gives instructions of how your student should prepare the study cards from the pages at the back of the student book. But we chose to just use the premade cards here.
Learning Greek morphemes, how to break down words to determine their meanings, and improve vocabulary, are all important for a pastor when he is preparing his sermons, and so forth, don't you think?
Did you know that over 40% of English words involve Greek morphemes, and over 50% involve Latin morphemes? In addition, over 90% of scientific terms involve Greek and/or Latin morphemes. So if your student plans a career in one of the science fields, you'll want to check out Ready to Teach's Greek Morphemes and Latin Morphemes.
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