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by Sandra Adams,Kenneth Hodkinson

eBook Wordly Wise 3000, Book 2: Answer Key download ISBN: 0838824420
Author: Sandra Adams,Kenneth Hodkinson
Publisher: Educators Pub Svc Inc; 1st edition (April 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 9
ePub: 1341 kb
Fb2: 1963 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Educ
Subcategory: Schools and Teaching

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Wordly Wise 3000, Book 2 is made up of 15 lessons with 10 words in each lesson. Starting in Book 2, vocabulary instruction becomes more sophisticated, while continuing to prepare students for content area learning; lessons focus on building vocabulary while strengthening reading, writing, and critical thinking skills.

The 9-page key to Wordly Wise 3000, Book 2 contains the answers to the exercises. I was pleasantly surprised at how intelligently prepared this book is compared to the previous BrainQuest workbooks grades 1, 2 and 3 we have done.

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Sandra Adams, Kenneth Hodkinson. I got this for my bright 4th grader and it was very difficult to figure out some of the answers and the vocabulary was difficult in my opinion. I do NOT recommend this book. оставлен hgroh201027. needs more pictures/cartoons and colors.

by Kenneth Hodkinson (Author), Sandra Adams (Author). This does not include answer booklet, and only the student book. 4 people found this helpful.

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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Wordly Wise 3000 Book 8 by Kenneth Hodkinson . It contains a pronunciation key and word list along with twenty lessons.

It contains a pronunciation key and word list along with twenty lessons. Each lesson has a word list, a find the meanings section, an applying meanings section and a word study guide. Each lesson also includes a one-page passage utilizing the words found in that lesson.

The 9-page key to Wordly Wise 3000, Book 2 contains the answers to the exercises. Grade 5.
Comments: (7)
Pruster
I use this with a 5th grade ESL student. I love that he can work independently for the most part and I just need to spend time with him decoding and working on pronunciation. I also like that the levels are not totally obvious and that thus far he hasn't noticed he is working in a 2nd grade book. I have tried several other workbooks for vocabulary building but this is by far my favorite.

On the worldly wise website you can view samples of the different levels which is very helpful in making an appropriate selection for your student/child. I also like how there is a reading comprehension section as well. This is reminiscent of the old basal reading programs with a strong emphasis on vocabulary.
riki
(1) It was nice to "run into" words taught in previous lessons. They show up again in passages and exercises in later ones.
(2) Sentences are mostly statements with simple structures. A bat, an ancient cave boy, Nature, trees, the American Flag and coal talk in first person and present tense. I think this makes them closer and more understandable to the beginner readers.
(3) Topics include history, science, nature, animal protection, musical instruments and more. All facts and no fiction. Places are the solar system, Mars, Chicago, New Hampshire, Kenya, Indonesia, Peru, Trinidad. We enjoyed looking for them on the globe and relate to the passages. It's more than a vocabulary workbook.
Jay
We received Worldly Wise Book 2 second edition yesterday and my 7.5 year old did the first lesson without complaint.
I was looking for a workbook to help my son define words with greater specificity - despite an above average reading ability and knowledge (he's onto his third Harry Potter), he has a mixed expressive-receptive language disorder that impedes his written and oral expression.
I was pleasantly surprised at how intelligently prepared this book is compared to the previous BrainQuest workbooks grades 1, 2 and 3 we have done. The latter are colorful but do not present the information in a way that maximizes knowledge retention and understanding (perhaps that is not their goal), whereas Wordly Wise does.
Each lesson focuses on a group of words. The exercises in each lesson are progressive, simple but effective: choosing similar or odd-one-out words in a list, selecting the right definition, reading a text and answering questions which use these words, and a crossword puzzle.

Perhaps the absence of gaudy color and full-page pictures allowed my son to concentrate more.
We both love the selection of texts! They are informative and fascinating. For example, Mars exploration as described by the robot itself, or the life of an Ice Age child.
I suspect the text lengths would be challenging for some 7 year olds, but you can help him or her to read them.

I highly recommend this book, and will shortly be buying Book 3.
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Just what I wanted for my class. Students are excited about learning new words and different meanings of familiar words.
I love it when the use find ways to use the words in sentences; and the words are used correctly. I like the different sections and the different skills presented with the words.
Opimath
I like this program quite well. I did not however receive the answer key that was advertised to come with the student book.
Kamuro
Passage section is most interesting as this requires some discussion with your kids to improve the answers which are short sentences and often require kids to infer from the passage. I don't have answer keys and I actually take advantage of that to have a chance to discuss many of the questions and answers with my kid (6yr / 1st grade), and he loves it.
Still In Mind
Ok, I suppose, but seems a little below my standards for second grade.
It is probably good practice for standardized reading tests.
The reading topics are interesting for children that age. Mars rovers, trees, rocks, and cave children tell you what they would say if they could somehow communicate with us. Then the student is asked to find or infer the answers to a series of questions on the reading.
If you are a home school family or just concerned about the information your children receive and when, you should be prepared to discuss how long ago dinosaurs and other species lived and whether or not there may be life on other planets, along with other issues.
It does not (other than the vast periods of time listed) seem to actually push a theory of origin for how "humans appeared," and interestingly, points out that a trillion tons of coal should last a long, long, time. Another interesting quote is placed in the mouth of the cave boy, who wants us to know that living in a cave does not make him "not" much different from apes. He then points out his similarities with us, along with some differences in the way we live.
All in all, though I am not a fan of the basic workbook format in general, it does have some utility.
I am still of a divided mind about the passages themselves. There are some subjects that may be controversial to some people, but there is enough ambiguity in the way they are covered that people on either side of these debates may find reason for offence, and a thoughtful child and parent can have some good conversations. In a way, this might be considered a high interest, low reading level type book - the topics and conversations that ensue are perhaps more suited to a more mature child than the exercises themselves seem to be.
Oddly, the more I think about it, the more I like it, with the caveat that I wouldn't want to use it without putting time into it with my child. When I started this review, it was only at two stars, but I have bumped up to just a little past three, if it were possible to give a half star.
I’ve been using this series for many years. I needed this book for a student who will be out of the country speaking another language over the summer. The book is easy enough for her to use with little assistance and will help her to grow and maintain her English vocabulary.