Learn Vocabulary with Word Parts: TANGIA 1.2

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A fun vocabulary program that focuses on Latin- and Greek-Based word parts. Its server-friendly data tracking allows a teacher to view and print all scores. Also works great on stand alone stations.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/95/98
Publisher:
Ray Everette
Price:
$59.95
File size:
19.25 Mb
Date added:
July 15, 2009
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Description from the Publisher
With Tangia, students learn vocabulary through a study of English words with Greek and Latin etymologies, of which 80-85% of the more difficult English words are composed. With each set of key prefixes and roots, students move through eight different learning modes, culminating in a challenging game at the end. One or two students can log in at each computer station and full data tracking exists for all of their scores.
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