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Anemia entrance insomniac
dissection anatomy synonym
ostracize astrology parallel
barber vitality lingo bipedal
illuminate vacuum telephone
arboretum commissary canine
albino toxic audio pulmonary
laceration insulate
What do ALL of these words have
in common?
Greek and Latin Roots!
For Example:
Philanthropy= phil- + anthrop + y
 phil- is a Greek root word meaning “love”
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“man”
 -y is a suffix that usually means “quality or
state”
Together, they make up the meaning of the
word philanthropy- the love of mankind.
Many Greek and Latin root words
are used by doctors & scientists.
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dermatology
anemia
cardiac arrest
oncology
optometrist
gastroenteritis
hemorrhage
biopsy
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taxonomy
Homo sapiens
Staphylococcus
aureus
dicot
lysosome
heterotroph
amoeba
So you can understand biology
vocabulary if you know your
roots!
What words can you make from…?
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Poly- means “many”
Mono- means “one”
Ornith- means “bird”
Bio- means “life”
-ology or logy- means
“the study of”
-gamy- means
“joined”
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Polygamy
Monogamy
Ornithology
Biology
Now let’s practice using root words
by naming dinosaurs!
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Each group must use 6 root words to form
the name for their dinosaur.
Root 1+root 2+root 3+root 4+root 5+root 6+saurus=
your super-long dinosaur name!
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The root words are on colored cards, in six
different bags. Please have one group
member pick a card from each bag.
As a group you will make up your name
from these cards, and draw your dino!
Before you start, keep this in mind!
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As a team of paleontologists, you all must know
what your dinosaur is called and why. Therefore,
everyone in your team should be able to present
your dinosaur to the class! Be prepared!
By the way, what does paleontology mean?
Paleo- means “ancient” and –ology means “the
study of”. So paleontology is…
The study of ancient life.
Before you leave today:
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Find the list of key terms at the end of Ch. 2
and/or Ch. 3 in your book.
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Can you find a word on that list that can be broken down to
its roots?
If you would like a reference list of root words to
use or keep for studying, you will find one
posted on a link on the class webpage- or at:
http://people.emich.edu/hgraban/RootWordsTable.html
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