Study Sync Vocabulary

Study Sync Word Banks:

Each week you will be working on Vocabulary Power. At the end of the week, please keep the Vocabulary Power worksheet in a safe location (binder or box) to study the concepts and Word Banks for each review test.

Lesson 1: Using Context Clues
alarm, anticipation, bewilderment, cope, defiance, hostile, mortified, pang, resent, unique

Lesson 2: The Prefixes em- and en-
embroider, emphasize, emphatic, employ, enable, encounter, endeavor, endorse, engaging, envelop

Lesson 3: Using Synonyms
abide, communal, dwell, edifice, kindred, nurture, reliance, resident, sentiment, vicinity

Lesson 4: Using Reference Skill- Using a Thesaurus
No word bank for the week.  Review the hand-out

Unit 1 Review- (1-4): Study the above concepts and word banks

Lesson 5: Using Context Clues
aquatic, cunning, feline, gait, haughty, lair, lure, lurk, shuffle, solitude

Lesson 6: The Word Roots homo, humanus, anima, animus, anthropo, and bio
amphibious, anthropology, animated, antibiotic, biology, homogeneous, humane, philanthropy, unanimous

Lesson 7: Word Usage
apiary, arboreal, botany, burrow, carnivorous, cultivate, habitat, reap, terrarium, zoology

Lesson 8: The Latin Roots movere and mobilis
commotion, demote, immobilize, mobile, momentary, momentous, momentum,  motive, promote, remote

Lesson 9: Using Reading Skills- Using Context Clues
No word bank for the week. Review the hand-out

Unit 2 Review- (5-9): Study the above concepts and word banks

Lesson 10: Usage
aptitude, forlorn, impudent, laughingstock, limelight, mingle, reflective, squabble, sulk, superb

Lesson 11:Usage
amass, camouflage, conquest, hover, intrigue, jargon, meager, procession, retreat, treacherous

Lesson 12: The Latin Roots scribere and signare
circumscribe, conscription, designate, inscription, insignia, nondescript, resigned, significant, subscribe, transcribe

Lesson 13: Using Reference Skills- Finding the Right Definition
No word bank for the week. Review the hand-out

Unit 3 Review- (9-13): Study the above concepts and word banks


Lesson 14: Using Synonyms
blissful, compassion, consequence, deceptive, discreet, heed, hoard, solace, squander, vain

Lesson 15: The Latin Root verto
adversary, aversion, avert, controversy, convert, diversion, extroverted, traverse, universal, versatile

Lesson 16: The Prefix de-
deception, deduce, default, dehydrated, dejection, deliberate, delinquent, delude, denounce, depleted

Lesson 17: Using Reading Skills- Understanding Homophones
No word bank for the week. Review the hand-out

Unit 4 Review- (14-17): Study the above concepts and word banks

Lesson 18: Using Synonyms
attain, avid, contend, despondent, euphoric, gambol, industrious, potential, relinquish, vanquish

Lesson 19: Sentence Completion
barren, capsize, catastrophe, confrontation, endure, fate, flounder, gratify, immense, perilous

Lesson 20: The Latin Root pendere
compensation, dependent, expend, indispensable, penchant, pensive, poise, ponder, ponderous, suspend

Lesson 21: Using Reading Skills- Understanding Homographs
No word bank for the week. Review the hand-out

Unit 5 Review- (18-21): Study the above concepts and word banks

Lesson 22: Using Synonyms
agony, bondage, chagrin, devastate, futile, perish, petrify, relentless, vulnerable, yield

Lesson 23: Usage
adapt, affable, affluence, destiny, ecstatic, felicity, indulge, invigorate, prestigious, prosper
 
Lesson 24: The Prefix dis-
discharge, disclose, disdainful, disgrace, dispatch, disregard, distasteful, distinguished, distort, distress

Lesson 25: The Latin Words bene and mal
benefactor, benefit, benign, bountiful, maladroit, malady, malevolent, malfunction, malignant, malpractice

Lesson 26: Using Idiomatic Skills- Understanding Idioms
No word bank for the week. Review the hand-out

Unit 6 Review- (22-26): Study the above concepts and word banks


Lesson 27: Using Synonyms
captivate, champion, climax, dauntless, dispute, lament, legendary, majestic, proclaim, quest

Lesson 28: The Prefixes over- and under-
overbearing, overcast, overcome, oversight, overture, undergo, underhanded, underling, undermine, underscore

Lesson 29: The Prefix re-
recede, reconciliation, reconnaissance, refined, refuge, remorseful, renounce, replenish, repulsive, retain

Lesson 30: The Latin Root ven
circumvent, convene, convenient, conventional, intervene, inventory, revenue, uneventful, venture, venue

Lesson 31: Using Reading Skills- Using Dictionary Respellings
No word bank for the week. Review the hand-out

Unit 7 Review- (27-31): Study the above concepts and word banks


Lesson 32: Using Synonyms
antagonist, cosmopolitan, disquieting, encroach, enterprising, excursion, hail, novel, outlandish, trepidation

Lesson 33: The Latin Roots specere and species
aspect, circumspect, conspicuous, despicable, prospect, specify, specimen, specter, speculate, suspect

Lesson 34: The Latin Root tempus and the Greek Root chronos
chronic, chronicle, chronological, contemporary, synchronize, temper, temperamental, temperance, tempest, tempo

Lesson 35: Using Reading Skills- Using Base Words
No word bank for the week. Review the hand-out

Unit 8 Review- (32-35): Study the above concepts and word banks