A Computerized Method to Teach Latin and Greek Root Words: Effect on Verbal SAT Scores
Journal of Educational Research Volume 89, Number 1, ISSN 0022-0671
This study investigated the effectiveness of using a computer program over six weeks to teach high school students to use Latin and Greek root words for deciphering English terms in order to increase their scores on the verbal portion of the Scholastic Aptitude Test. Results indicated that knowledge of Latin and Greek root words improved students' English skills. (SM)
Holmes, C.T. & Keffer, R.L. (1995). A Computerized Method to Teach Latin and Greek Root Words: Effect on Verbal SAT Scores. Journal of Educational Research, 89(1), 47-50.