Beginning Ancient Greek: A Visual Workbook

Beginning Ancient Greek: A Visual Workbook

by Fiona Mcpherson
Beginning Ancient Greek: A Visual Workbook

Beginning Ancient Greek: A Visual Workbook

by Fiona Mcpherson

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Overview

This highly visual and full-colour workbook takes you, step by step, through the process of
learning the Greek alphabet. It uses several strategies to help learners
achieve mastery quickly and thoroughly. These strategies include:



  • grouping

  • visual mnemonics

  • test questions to help you practice

  • vocabulary lists for reading practice.


These vocabulary lists appear for each group of letters, so you can practice
on words that only use the letters you have learned. To make them easier to read
(and also, beneficially, remember), the words are mostly related to English
words. Thus you can not only practice your letters, but also pick up some 800 words as well. Where the meaning of the words is less obvious,
mnemonic keywords are provided.


The workbook includes:



  • instruction on learning the individual letters

  • visual and story mnemonics for learning the order of the alphabet

  • targeted vocabulary lists

  • full glossary with word meanings and mnemonics where appropriate

  • a special section of words that provide roots used in English medical
    and scientific vocabulary.



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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162287759
Publisher: Wayz Press
Publication date: 07/15/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

Fiona McPherson has a PhD in cognitive psychology. For many years she has followed
the research into how the human brain thinks and learns and remembers, and
communicated that knowledge
and its practical implications to a lay audience. She has done this through her
long-running websites (memory-key.com and mempowered.com), and her
books. Her guiding principle is that people are more likely to use effective
strategies if they understand how and why they work, and know precisely when and
when not to use them. She has a particular interest in study skills and language
learning.

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