Honors Vocabulary

Weekly Vocabulary from Greek and Latin Roots.  Looking for a vocabulary square?  Here it is in MS Word:  Vocab Squares

  • L-6 “her, fus, solu, leg” – Quiz on Thursday, October 18
    • Crazy Story! or 10 sentences
    • Please do not write three word sentences
  • L-5 “vid, pari, spec, phan” – Quiz on Thursday, October 11
    • Crazy Story!  or, if you must, 10 sentences
    • Please do not write three word sentences.
  • 20 Word Review – Quiz on Thursday, October 4
    • Last day to turn in Vocabulary Squares 3 and 4 for partial credit
  • L-4 “via, fer, port” – Quiz on Thursday, September 27
    • Choose either a Crazy Story or write 10 sentences (no extra credit).  Be sure to demonstrate understanding of the word and avoid three word sentences.
  • L-3 “pel, jac, mit, mot” – Quiz on Thursday, September 20
    • Include synonyms and antonyms if listed; review the root information to help learn the words, but you do not have to write this information in your vocabulary squares.
    • Choose either a Crazy Story or write 10 sentences (no extra credit).  Be sure to demonstrate understanding of the word and avoid three word sentences.
  • 20 Word Review Quiz on Thursday, September 13
    • Last day to turn in late VoSq#1 and VoSq#2 for partial credit
    • QUIZLET – L-1 and L-2 Word Review
  • L-2 “fract, cis, tom, punct” – Quiz on Thursday, September 6
    • This week, the words include related words.
    • Draw a symbol or picture.
    • Choose either a Crazy Story or write 10 sentences (no extra credit).  Be sure to demonstrate understanding of the word and avoid three word sentences.
  • L-1 “vinc, duc, tract, peto” – Quiz on Thursday, August 30
    • Fill in the vocabulary squares with the information provided – note that you will be responsible for leaning ten words (not the words in purple).
    • Go back and create a symbol that is meaningful to you.  This is not art class (stick figures work), just something to help you remember and learn the meaning of the word.
    • Write a sentence that demonstrates understanding of the word.
      • Avoid three word sentences:  He is invincible.
      • Dwayne Johnson proclaims that he is invincible with his nickname “The Rock.”