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*8th Rdg Lab Lesson 19

  • appear -- come into view
  • variable -- likely to change; a value that is unknown
  • appalled -- shocked or put off
  • appeal -- attractive to others; an earnest request for assistance
  • appropriate -- correct and proper; take something without permission
  • theory -- a reasonable explanation or guess based on facts
  • prey -- unable to resist or fight back
  • reside -- to live
  • credible -- believable
  • region -- a large geographic area with similar land or water features

6th Grade Lesson 4

  • amphibian -- an animal that can live on both land and water
  • ambiguous -- unclear
  • ambivalent -- seeming to be on both sides of an issue
  • ambidexterity -- great skill in using both sides of the body
  • ambience -- the atmosphere surrounding you or a location
  • amphitheater -- a theater designed in a circular pattern around a stage
  • ambidextrous -- described as being skilled with both sides of bod
  • amphibious -- able to go on both land and water
  • ambiguity -- the quality of being unclear
  • ambition -- a strong desire for success or power even if needing to go around obstacles

6th Grade Word Parts

  • anti/ant -- against; opposte
  • serv,servat -- save, keep, serve
  • circu/circum -- round
  • post -- after
  • contra/counter -- against; opposite
  • cred/credit -- believe
  • viv/vit/bio -- live; life
  • vent/vent -- come
  • ante -- before
  • ambi/amphi -- around; on both sides
  • mit/miss -- send
  • pel/puls/peal -- drive, push
  • syn/sym/syl -- with; together
  • ob -- up against; in the way

7th Gr Lesson 13 Pre/Suff

  • pre -- before
  • con -- very
  • in -- in
  • geno -- race
  • de -- down
  • homo -- person

7th Gr Lesson 15 Pre/Suff

  • ex -- out
  • dis -- from
  • mal -- bad
  • en -- in
  • in -- in
  • con -- with
  • se -- apart
  • re -- back

7th Gr Lesson 19 Pre/Suff

  • crat -- form of government
  • poly -- many
  • pan -- all
  • deify -- god
  • fic -- make; do
  • a -- not; without
  • (i)fy -- make, do
  • ology -- study of
  • mono -- one
  • ine -- like, resembling

7th Gr Lesson 20 Pre/Suff

  • tele -- afar
  • circu -- around
  • re -- back
  • in -- in
  • pro -- for; forward
  • con -- very
  • stethoscope -- an instrument used to listen to heartbeats
  • hor(o) -- hour
  • micro -- small
  • peri -- around

7th Gr Lesson 23 bases

  • trans -- across
  • e -- out
  • tend -- keep
  • son -- sound
  • audi -- hear
  • ad -- to
  • re -- again
  • vigil -- awake
  • pot -- power
  • pati -- feel; suffer
  • im -- in
  • loqu -- speak
  • luc -- light
  • sid -- live
  • cur -- to run

7th Gr Lesson 3 bases

  • port -- carry, hold
  • serv -- serve
  • ceed -- go, move
  • therm -- heat
  • derm -- skin
  • pend -- hold
  • vert -- right
  • terra -- earth
  • fer -- to bear
  • pend -- hold

7th Gr Lesson 3 Pre/Suff

  • con -- with
  • in -- in
  • ex -- out
  • hyper -- excessive
  • dis -- out
  • ad -- focus

7th Gr Lesson 4 bases

  • clud -- close, shut
  • greg -- flock, herd
  • par -- produce, beget
  • cur -- care, concern
  • sit -- food, feed
  • graph -- write
  • od -- song
  • (a) llel -- one another
  • cess -- go
  • leg -- law

7th Gr Lesson 5 bases

  • bol -- throw, send
  • script -- write
  • port -- carry
  • morph -- shape/form
  • stas -- stand/stop
  • vest -- clothing
  • mit -- send
  • gress -- step
  • dit -- give
  • pos -- put/place

7th Gr Lesson 6

  • benefactor -- one that makes a gift or does good
  • bon, bene -- good, well
  • benefit -- something that does good and promotes well-being
  • malevolent -- having a wish to do harm or bad things
  • malefactor -- one who does bad towards another
  • benediction -- to express good wishes; to bless
  • bonanza -- something that brings good things and is valuable
  • beneficial -- something that does good (adjective)
  • malfunction -- to perform badly
  • mal(e) -- bad, wrong
  • malicious -- having the desire to cause harm, pain, or do something bad
  • benevolent -- having a wish to do good

7th Gr Lesson 6 Pre/Suff

  • fit -- do, make
  • benign -- favorable
  • malice -- desire to inflict harm
  • dict -- say
  • funct -- perform
  • malnourished -- suffering from the lack of necessary vitamins and minerals
  • vol -- wish
  • malaria -- disease

7th Gr Lesson 9 Pre/Suff

  • post -- after
  • dis -- not
  • ante -- before
  • re -- again/back
  • placebo -- pill containing no medication
  • con -- with
  • im/in -- not
  • ger -- wage

7th Grade Lesson

  • scop, spec, -- look
  • telescope -- a device used fir observing far away objects
  • circumspection -- to look around for potential dangers
  • conspicuous -- something attracting attention and thus very much looked at
  • inspection -- the act of looking into something; close examination that looks at details
  • prospectus -- a plan or outline that looks ahead to the results of a project
  • spectator -- one who looks on or watches;one who watches a sporting event
  • periscope -- an instrument, usually on a submarine, that looks around, surveying an area otherwise obstructed
  • spic, spect -- look
  • horoscope -- a diagram that looks at the position of the planets and hour of one’s birth to infer personality traits
  • microscopic -- something that is so small that it is barely visible when you look at it
  • respect -- to look back with consideration; to look up to someone

7th Grade Lesson 10

  • audition -- a try-out or hearing in which judges consider contestants
  • circumlocution -- talking around an issue
  • auditorium -- a large hall in which speakers can be heard
  • ventriloquist -- a performer who throws his or her voice without moving lips
  • inaudible -- not able to be heard
  • loquacious -- talkative;chatty
  • somniloquist -- one who talks in his or her sleep
  • loqu, locut -- speak; talk
  • colloquial -- conversational and informal: occurring in spoken contexts
  • eloquent -- speaking with grace and flow
  • soliloquy -- a speech delivered by a character who is alone on stage
  • audi -- hear; listen

7th Grade Lesson 13

  • chisel -- a tool used for cutting
  • incision -- a surgical cut made into the body
  • homicide -- the killing of a fellow human being
  • cid, cis -- cut, kill
  • decision -- a judgement or final verdict
  • concise -- brief and to the point because of cutting or trimming
  • insecticide -- a chemical that destroys insects
  • precise -- exact; correct; exactness that comes from cutting down before anything is added
  • incisive -- shrewd or perceptive; cutting into the heart of a matter; penetrating
  • genocide -- the killing of members of a race

7th Grade Lesson 14

  • hypertension -- high blood pressure, resulting in an over-stretching of blood vessels
  • tension -- mental or emotional strain;the condition of being stretched
  • contend -- to vie or compete; to struggle for a prize; to stretch to strive for something
  • intensive -- applying emphasis or force; concentrated; extreme;
  • tenuous -- having little substance; thin and flimsy
  • attendance -- the number of people focusing or stretching their attention on something; the act of being present
  • extend -- to lengthen to stretch out; to stretch ot fullest lemgth
  • distended -- the state of being stretched out; swollen and stretched out
  • tend, tens, ten -- stretch; thin
  • tender -- chewable;easily chewed because it is thin; delicate;
  • extenuating -- to lessen the strength of; make an offense less serious
  • hypertension -- high blood pressure, resulting in an over-stretching of blood vessels
  • intensive -- applying emphasis or force; concentrated; extreme;
  • tension -- mental or emotional strain;the condition of being stretched
  • contend -- to vie or compete; to struggle for a prize; to stretch to strive for something
  • tenuous -- having little substance; thin and flimsy
  • extend -- to lengthen to stretch out; to stretch ot fullest lemgth
  • distended -- the state of being stretched out; swollen and stretched out
  • attendance -- the number of people focusing or stretching their attention on something; the act of being present
  • extenuating -- to lessen the strength of; make an offense less serious
  • tend, tens, ten -- stretch; thin
  • tender -- chewable;easily chewed because it is thin; delicate;

7th Grade Lesson 15

  • enclosure -- something held or shut in; a paper included inside an envelope
  • include -- to close someone in a circle of friends or influence; to place within a group
  • closet -- something that closes and shuts things away; a small room for storing clothes
  • conclusion -- a final decision
  • secluded -- to be set apart or shut away from others
  • recluse -- a person who shuts him/herself back from the world
  • clud, clus, clo -- close, shut
  • closure -- something that closes or shuts (often relates to a situation or relationship); closing of a debate or discussion
  • disclose -- to reveal a secret; divulge; to reveal something that should be shut away from others or kept secret
  • malocclusion -- the poor or bad closing of teeth; a defective bite
  • exclude -- to shut out from a group

7th Grade Lesson 19

  • monotheism -- belief in only one God
  • divine -- godlike; heavenly
  • divinity -- the quality or state of being divine
  • polytheistic -- believing in many gods
  • pantheon -- a temple dedicated to all the gods; the gods in a polytheistic system
  • deification -- the act of turning one into a god
  • theology -- the study of God
  • the(o), dei, di -- god
  • atheist -- one who believes God does not exist
  • deify -- to make into a god
  • theocratic -- relating to a form of a government that claims to be ruled by God; ruling a state with divine laws

7th Grade Lesson 23

  • vigilant -- having the quality of being alert and watchful
  • attendance -- the state of keeping your attention to something; the act of being present
  • resonant -- having the quality of emitting sound over and over; echoing
  • ant, ent -- having the quality of
  • audience -- the act or state of hearing; a group of people listening to a performance
  • patience -- calmness; the ability to endure and wait; the state of suffering through pains without complaint
  • impotent -- weak; powerless; having the quality of lacking power
  • eloquent -- having the quality of speaking out fluently; speaking out with grace and flowing speech
  • ance, ancy -- state or quality of
  • currency -- the state of movement as a means of exchange; cash in circulation; money
  • translucent -- having the quality of permitting light across
  • residence -- the state of living in a place for some time; a house or dwelling
  • ence, ency, -- state or quality of

7th Grade Lesson 3

  • paralegal -- someone who assists or works aside a lawyer
  • suspenders -- straps worn over the shoulders to support trousers
  • support -- to carry or hold under something
  • subservient -- to serve under or below someone
  • seclude -- to remove or set apart
  • succeed -- to go/ move up from underneath something
  • segregation -- the act of separating or setting apart from another
  • separate -- to set or keep apart
  • hypo -- below, under, up from under
  • security -- freedom from concern, fear, or anxiety; setting care or concern aside
  • hypothermia -- a condition where body heat is below normal
  • hypodermic -- under the skin
  • para -- aside, apart
  • suspense -- to be held under/in an undecided state
  • parasite -- an organism that feeds on another organism
  • secession -- the act of moving apart or withdrawal from
  • sub -- below, under, up from under
  • parody -- a musical or literary work set apart by its comic effect/ridicule
  • subvert -- to go below what is right; to corrupt
  • subterranean -- below or under land/earth
  • se -- aside, apart
  • suffer -- to bear up/from under certain circumstances
  • parallel -- being similar or equal to one another in form, function, or development
  • paragraph -- writing set apart with an indentation

7th Grade Lesson 5

  • transport -- to carry from one place to another
  • metamorphosis -- to change physical form
  • metastasis -- a change in position; doesn’t stand still/stop in one place
  • travesty -- change in clothing that results in mockery/imitation
  • transition -- movement; passage; change in position
  • transmit -- to send across from one person or place to another
  • transgression -- to step across boundaries; a violation
  • tradition -- a belief/story given or passed across culture and time
  • metaphor -- a figure of speech which makes a comparison without using like or as
  • transitional -- dealing with conversion
  • transpose -- to change from one place to another; to switch
  • metabolism -- the process of chemical changes that send out/produce energy
  • transcript -- to change into written form
  • transcribe -- to make a written copy
  • tra, trans,meta -- across, change

7th Grade Lesson 7

  • matr(i), matern -- mother
  • matrimony -- the union of a man and woman
  • patriotic -- characteristic of one who loves his/her own country/ fatherland
  • paternal -- of or relating to a father
  • alma -- nourishing
  • patriarchal -- a man who is father or founder; relating to a patriarch
  • alma mater -- "nourishing mother" or song or hymn of a school
  • patr(i) patern -- father
  • patronize -- to act as a patron, giving financial support like a father
  • matronly -- characteristic of a married woman/mother; marked by maturity

7th Grade Lesson 9

  • postbellum -- the time period after the war
  • placid -- marked by calmness
  • pacify -- to soothe, restore peace
  • plac -- calm, please
  • antebellum -- the time period before the war
  • rebellion -- war made by fighting back against an oppressor
  • belligerent -- waging war
  • pac -- peace
  • complacent -- to be pleased with oneself
  • implacable -- not easily calmed
  • displease -- to give displeasure, to offend
  • bell -- war
  • pacifist -- a proponent of peace

8th Grade Lesson 2 bases

  • atomos -- indivisible
  • arch -- rule
  • morph -- shape
  • pathos -- emotion, feeling
  • mnes -- memory
  • byss -- bottom
  • theos -- God
  • hydor -- water
  • onym -- name, word
  • (h)em -- blood

8th Gr Lesson 6 prefixes

  • re -- again or back
  • pro -- priority in space or time
  • ex -- out of;
  • dis -- apart; away
  • con -- with
  • ob -- up against or in the way

8th Gr Lesson 7 Prefixes

  • se -- apart, indifferent directions, not
  • a -- before
  • e -- out; away
  • con -- with or together
  • de -- removal

8th Gr Lesson 8 Prefixes

  • con -- with or together
  • re -- again
  • in -- not
  • dis -- not
  • ab -- away from

8th Gr Lesson 9 Pre/Suff

  • dict -- say
  • a -- used
  • ify -- to make
  • de -- removal or reversal
  • in -- not

8th Grade Lesson 1 bases

  • tenuis -- this
  • brev -- short
  • preci -- price, value
  • tract -- pull
  • celer -- swift, speed
  • nihil -- nothing
  • appendere -- to cause to hang/weigh
  • cess -- go, move

8th Grade Lesson 10

  • insomnia -- the inability to sleep
  • lunatic -- one who is moonstruck or acts insane
  • hypnotize -- to put in a trance; to put to sleep
  • heliotropic -- turning toward the sun
  • mercurial -- flighty or changeable
  • jovial -- happy and jolly
  • junoesque -- matronly or stately
  • volcano -- a mountain over subterranean fires
  • solarium -- a sunroom
  • venerable -- worthy of reverence or respect

8th Grade Lesson 11

  • pantomine -- a performer who uses actions instead of words
  • omniscient -- all-knowing
  • panacea -- a cure-all; a solution that solves all problems
  • omnibus -- providing for all classes; a bus for all riders
  • omnivorous -- consuming both plants and animals
  • panoply -- a full set of armor; complete ceremonial attire

8th Grade Lesson 11 part2

  • demon -- devil
  • omnipotent -- all-powerful
  • mime -- imitate
  • pot -- power
  • pandemic -- a plague or disease that affects all the population
  • vor -- eat
  • dem -- the people
  • acea -- heal;cure
  • panorama -- an unobstructed view;full range
  • pandemonium -- utter chaos; a wild uproar
  • sci -- know

8th Grade Lesson 13

  • incubate -- to sit on eggs for hatching
  • procumbent -- lying face-forward
  • incline -- a slope
  • re -- again
  • recliner -- an easy chair that tilts back
  • clinic -- a type of treatment facility
  • succumb -- to surrender; to yield to a greater force
  • incubus -- an evil spirit believed to bring nightmares
  • in -- in; not
  • incumbent -- an official currently seated in office
  • recumbent -- lying back in a relaxed position
  • decline -- to slope downward; to take a turn for the worst
  • pro -- forward

8th Grade Lesson 4

  • eugenic -- producing good or desired offspring
  • eulogize -- deliver a funeral oration(speech); speak in praise of
  • euonymus -- a genus of evergreen shrubs, believed to be well-named for good luck
  • euthanasia -- mercy killing
  • onym -- name, word
  • dysphonia -- hoarseness; distortion of voice or sound
  • dyspnea -- labored breathing
  • evangelist -- one who preaches the Gospel, as a messenger of good news
  • pne -- breathe
  • thanas -- death
  • euphonious -- harmonious; pleasing in sound
  • eupenea -- ease of breathing
  • euphemism -- a pleasant word or expression for an unpleasant thing
  • phon -- sound
  • angel -- messenger

8th Grade Lesson 5

  • epitaph -- an inscription on a tomb
  • epidermis -- outer layer of skin
  • epistle -- a formal letter sent to an individual or a community
  • epicenter -- point directly above the focus of an earthquake
  • epidemiologist -- scientist who studies large outbreaks of disease
  • ephemeral -- transient and fleeting lasting briefly
  • epigram -- a short often witty poem or saying
  • epidemic -- outbreak of a disease in a population
  • epithet -- an abusive word or phrase for a person or race
  • epilogue -- concluding section of a literary work or play

8th Grade Lesson 5 bases

  • stle -- send
  • cent -- center
  • ologist -- one who studies
  • hemer -- day
  • gram -- write
  • dem -- the people
  • thet -- put, place
  • log -- word, speech, reason
  • taph -- grave, timb
  • derm -- skin

8th Grade Lesson 6

  • protracted -- prolonged; stretched out over time
  • trac -- pull, draw
  • treat -- pull, draw
  • intrusion -- forced or violent entry
  • extract -- to pull out with force
  • attractive -- appealing; charming
  • distraction -- tumult or confusion; inability to concentrate
  • tract -- pull, draw
  • trus -- push, thrust
  • contraction -- the drawing together of a muscle; the shortening of a word as marked with an apostrophe
  • protrusive -- jutting forward
  • obtrusive -- offensive; undesirably noticeable or showy
  • trud -- push, thrust
  • retract -- to take back statement; to withdraw
  • extrude -- to push out through a tube

8th Grade Lesson 7

  • egregious -- flagrant; outstandingly bad
  • pastor -- clergyman or minister
  • past -- sheperd
  • gregarious -- social; drawn to large groups; traveling in herds
  • pastoral -- pertaining to the countryside in which shepherd peacefully tend to their flocks
  • aggregate -- sum total
  • desegregate -- to integrate; to undo segregration
  • greg -- flock
  • congregate -- to flock together, often for religious purposes
  • pasture -- grazing land for cattle; to graze
  • segregation -- the division of society into spare ethnic or racial groups
  • pastor -- sheperd
  • segregate -- to separate a group form the general population

8th Grade Lesson 8

  • solvent -- a liquid that loosens dirt and dissolve substances
  • strain -- to injure by overexertion or by excess squeezing of a muscle
  • resolution -- a firm decision or intent, free from any exceptions
  • insoluble -- unable to be dissolved; defying solution
  • solut -- free, loosen
  • strain -- tie, bind, squeeze
  • restrain -- to repress or limit; to handcuff or place in prison
  • strict -- rigid and inflexible; adhering tightly to rules
  • restrictions -- limitations; rules or conditions that limit free use
  • solv -- free, loosen
  • strict -- tie, bind, squeeze
  • dissolve -- to melt or disintegrate
  • constrictor -- a snake that squeezes its prey
  • absolution -- forgiveness of sins; freeing from guilt
  • string -- tie, bind, squeeze

8th Grade Lesson 9

  • fal, fals -- false, mistake, fail
  • veracious -- truthful; honest
  • infallible -- incapable of making mistakes; unerring
  • falsify -- to misrepresent; to alter documents
  • ver -- true
  • fallacious -- false; deceptive
  • veritable -- actual; true; genuine
  • default -- to fail to meet a financial obligation
  • verdict -- a final judgement on the truth of a charge
  • fail, fault -- falsem, mistake, fail
  • aver -- to swear the the truth of something; to declare
  • very -- exceedingly; truly; to a high degree
  • verify -- to confirm; to check for truthfulness

8th Reading Lab

  • authority -- the right or power to do something; someone knowledgeable about a topic
  • plenty -- more than enough
  • incredible -- not to be believed
  • doctrine -- a teaching, belief, or policy of a group of people or government
  • disperse -- to go off in different directions
  • assault -- a violent attack; to attack
  • robust -- strong; vigorous; hearty
  • abundant -- plentiful; large amount
  • impose -- to force something upon others
  • concept -- a thought or general idea pf what something is like
  • apparatus -- an object or piece of equipment; the process through which an activity is carried out
  • downfall -- a sudden decline or fall from power or importance
  • pare -- to reduce little by little
  • cease -- to stop or end
  • rangec -- a variety or series of things; vary within limits
  • premier -- the best, first or most important; a title given to a political leader
  • feature -- an important part or characteristic; special importance
  • cornerstone -- the foundation of something; a stone that joins two walls of a building at a corner
  • ally -- to join forces and enter a partnership; someone who helps/supports
  • brink -- about to happen

Eighth Grade Lesson 1

  • attenuate -- to become narrower; weaken
  • abbreviation -- shortened from of a word
  • appreciate -- to recognize the value of something
  • cess -- go, move
  • ad -- to , toward, add to
  • addictive -- habit-forming
  • accelerate -- to increase the speed
  • annihilate -- to reduce to nothing; to obliterate or destroy
  • celer -- speed
  • attractive -- appealing or charming
  • append -- to attach
  • access -- means or way of approach;entrance point
  • brev -- short
  • peci -- price, value
  • aggressor -- one who attacks

Eighth Grade Lesson 2

  • discredit -- to disbelieve; to dismiss as false
  • disruptive -- causing a disturbance
  • dismiss -- to allow to leave
  • di -- apart, indifferent directions, not
  • dispel -- to scatter or drive away
  • dissent -- to disagree; a difference of opinion
  • divert -- to redirect; to send in another direction
  • dis -- apart, indifferent directions, not
  • digress -- to stray from the main topic or point
  • distractions -- disturbances that interfere with concentration
  • distended -- swollen and stretched out of shape
  • dispense -- to distribute; to deal out in portions
  • dif -- apart, in different directions, not

Eighth Grade Lesson 2 bas

  • miss -- send
  • pel -- push
  • sent -- think, feel
  • vert -- turn
  • gress -- step, go
  • tract -- pull, draw, drag
  • tend -- stretch
  • pens -- weigh, hang, pay
  • cred -- believe
  • rupt -- break

Eighth Grade Lesson 3

  • an -- not, without
  • atomic -- pertaining to atoms
  • anarchist -- one who rebels against a ruling power
  • amorphous -- shapeless
  • a -- not, without
  • apathy -- indifference; lack of interest
  • amnesia -- loss of memory
  • abyss -- bottomless pit
  • atheist -- one who believes there in no God
  • anhydrous -- containing no water
  • anonymous -- unnamed or nameless
  • anemic -- lacking vitality; suffering from anemia

Grade 6 Lesson 2

  • ante meridiem -- before mid day; before noon
  • post -- after
  • postdate -- to write a date after the current date
  • postbellum -- occurring after the Civil War
  • postpone -- to delay:to put off until a later date
  • postscript -- a note written after a letter is closed
  • antebellum -- occurring before the Civil War
  • posterity -- future generations:people who come after
  • pst meridiem -- after mid day; after noon
  • ante -- before
  • antecedent -- a noun that comes before a pronoun
  • posthumous -- occurring after death

Grade 6 Lesson 3

  • obstruct -- to make difficult to pass:to be in the way of
  • opposite -- contrary; a person or group up against something
  • objection -- a reason, action, or argument against something
  • ob -- up against;in the way
  • opponent -- rival or challenger;one who opposes another
  • observe -- to watch carefully
  • occurrence -- an incident or event that comes up in the way or up against other events
  • obstacle -- something that is in the way
  • offer -- to bring up against others things
  • obnoxious -- offensive behavior that could cause harm against others

Matteo week 2 part 2

  • cruise --
  • smooth --
  • curfew --
  • duty --
  • pupil --

Matteo week 6

  • excuse --
  • threw --
  • huge --
  • confuse --
  • cruel --
  • juice --
  • usual --
  • groove --
  • bruise --
  • scooter --
  • mood --
  • truth --
  • afternoon --
  • flute --
  • humor --

Rdg Lab Lesson 21

  • leisure -- something done in free time
  • bizarre -- weirs; strange; out of the ordinary
  • reference -- to mention or refer to; a source
  • ritual -- a set of actions always performed the same way
  • motive -- a need or desire
  • implicate -- to say, imply, or hint at something
  • dramatic -- very noticeable; relating to drama or theater
  • duplicate -- exact copy
  • premise -- a statement or conclusion accepted as true
  • decode -- to figure it out

Sixth Grade Lesson 10

  • puls -- drive;push
  • appeal -- to make a plea; to drive an issue to a higher court
  • pulse -- the beating rate of a heart driving blood through the vessels
  • compulsive -- driven on by an obsession
  • pel -- drive;push
  • propeller -- rotating blades that push a vehicle forward
  • expelled -- to cast out; to drive out; bodily removed from premises
  • impulsive -- rash and hasty; driven on by spur of the moment
  • expulsion -- ejection; forcefully driven from school
  • peal -- drive;push
  • repellent -- a substance used to drive away insects
  • repulsive -- disgusting;repugant; driving others away
  • pulsating -- throbbing

Sixth Grade Lesson 11

  • vertical -- upright; turned on its side
  • advertisement -- a notice that turns attention to a product
  • conversion -- change in form
  • vert -- turn, change
  • reverse -- to turn inside out; to turn in the opposite direction
  • versatile -- capable of doing many things well
  • diverse -- varied; including many different people or items
  • convertible -- able to be changed in form
  • controversial -- arousing argument or debate
  • conversation -- a dialogue or discussion
  • irreversible -- permanent; not able to be undone
  • vers -- turn, change

Sixth Grade Lesson 16

  • antibiotics -- a medicine that kills the tiny little organisms that cause sickness
  • biology -- the study of living organisms
  • vit -- life, live
  • survivor -- one who lives after an event
  • amphibian -- an organism that lives and breathes on land and in water
  • convivial -- jovial and festive with people
  • viv -- life, live
  • revive -- to bring back to life
  • vivid -- bright; intense; lifelike
  • vital -- necessary for life; essential to life
  • bio -- life, live
  • vivacious -- lively; spirited; full of life

Sixth Grade Lesson 21

  • synonymous -- having the same meaning; strongly associated with something else
  • syl -- with or together
  • synthetic -- artificial; composed of man-made materials
  • synonym -- one word that has the same meaning as another word
  • symbol -- a letter, sign, or object that stands for something else
  • sym -- with or together
  • synthesis -- the combination of parts into a whole
  • symmetrical -- perfectly balanced; even
  • syllable -- a set of letters pronounced together; smallest unit of a word
  • syn -- with or together
  • synchronize -- to cause to happen at the same time
  • symphony -- a musical composition for many instrument; an orchestra
  • sympathy -- compassion; sorrow

Sixth Grade Lesson 23

  • circum -- around
  • peripheral -- external; marginal and not central
  • periscope -- an instrument that allows the viewer to look around
  • periodontist -- a dentist that treats the gums surrounding the teeth
  • cicru -- around
  • perimeter -- the measurement around a polygon
  • circumstances -- the conditions surrounding an event
  • circulate -- to move or pass in a circle or from place to place
  • peri -- around
  • circumference -- the measurement around a circle
  • circumnavigate -- to sail around an object or land mass; to sail in a circle
  • circulatory -- associated with a circuit
  • circumstantial -- derived from circumstances; secondary; incidental

Sixth Grade Lesson 5

  • antonym -- a word that means the opposite
  • antipathy -- a strong feeling against something: hatred
  • antibiotic -- a medicine that fights against bacteria
  • (to) counter -- to oppose;to make an opposing move/statement
  • contradict -- to say the opposite
  • controversy -- an argument or public debate over an issue; opposing views
  • contraband -- any item against the law
  • antiseptic -- a cleaner that fights against germs
  • counteract -- to act the opposite
  • counterfeit -- unreal fake; not genuine;against being real

Sixth Grade Lesson 6

  • permit -- to allow; a license
  • intermittent -- to be sent at intervals;stopping and starting
  • emissions -- a substance sent out into the air
  • mit -- send
  • emit -- to give off or send
  • missionary -- someone sent to another country
  • commit -- to bring about or perform; to entrust
  • missile -- a weapon that can be sent, thrown, or shot
  • transmitter -- an instrument that sends messages across
  • submissive -- obedient and servile
  • miss -- send

Sixth Grade Lesson 7

  • credence -- belief as to truth of something
  • incredible -- amazing;unbelievable
  • credible -- believable:reliable
  • creed -- a declaration of beliefs
  • credit -- to believe in and put trust in
  • credit -- believe
  • accredited -- recognized as meeting the requirements
  • credentials -- documents proving one qualifications
  • credulous -- willing to believe too easily;gullible
  • cred -- believe
  • discredit -- to dismiss as false;to refuse to believe
  • creditor -- a money lender who believes he or she will be repaid

Sixth Grade Lesson 9

  • serv -- save, keep, serve
  • conserve -- to use sparingly; to keep together and save
  • conservation -- the act of saving the environment
  • reservation -- the act of keeping back or holding
  • reserve -- to keep and hold for a later use
  • preserve -- to keep safe; to protect
  • reservoir -- a basin that saves and holds back water
  • observation -- the act of noticing or perceiving and keeping record
  • servant -- save, keep, serve
  • servant -- one who serves
  • preservative -- a substance added to keep food from spoiling
  • observatory -- a station used to observe or provide a lookout

Sixth Grade Word Parts

  • ob -- up against; in the way
  • contra -- against; opposite
  • anti -- against; opposite
  • miss -- send
  • serv -- save, keep, serve
  • ante -- before
  • amphi -- around or both sides
  • counter -- against; opposite
  • mit -- send
  • credit -- believe
  • post -- after
  • ambi -- around or both sides
  • contro -- against; opposite
  • ant -- against; opposite
  • cred -- believe

Sixth Grade Word Parts 2

  • peal -- drive, push
  • vit -- live, life
  • syn -- with, together
  • peri -- around
  • puls -- drive, push
  • vers -- turn, change
  • bio -- life, live
  • syl -- with, together
  • circum -- around
  • pel -- drive, push
  • vert -- turn, change
  • vit -- live, life
  • sym -- with, together
  • circu -- around
  • servant -- save, keep, serve

WOW 1st Semester

  • discrepancy -- a difference between conflicting facts, opinions, or claims
  • avid -- showing interest or enthusiasm
  • cumbersome -- difficult to handle because of size or weight; burdensome
  • elated -- extremely happy; proud or joyful
  • inadvertent -- happening by chance; unexpectedly or unintentionally
  • accentuate -- to stress or emphasize as important
  • venture -- an undertaking with an uncertain outcome
  • imperative -- requiring attention; something extremely important or urgent
  • vigor -- physical or mental strength; energetic activity
  • boisterous -- loud or spirited; lively
  • divulge -- to reveal something that was secret or kept private
  • exemplary -- serving as a model to be imitated or copied
  • adhere -- to stick to firmly
  • dissuade -- to advise or persuade someone not to do something

WOW 2nd Semester

  • emulate -- to copy or match someone usually by imitating
  • heed -- to pay close attention to something
  • implore -- to beg someone to do something
  • expedite -- to speed up the process of something quickly and efficiently
  • defer -- to hold back to a later time
  • dubious -- showing uncertainty or doubt
  • disseminate -- to spread information, knowledge, or opinions
  • diligent -- done with attention or care
  • adversity -- marked by misfortune, bad luck, or hardship
  • quandry -- a state of uncertainty or confusion
  • apt -- something appropriate or suitable for the situation
  • deviate -- to turn away from the established course of direction
  • rampant -- out of control; unrestrained
  • impromptu -- with little or no preparation; not planned, organized, or rehearsed
  • voracious -- having a huge appetite for food or for other things like reading
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