The Weekly Text, January 6, 2017: A Worksheet on the Latin Word Roots Viv, Vivi, and Vit

For the past three weeks I have suffered a bronchitis so severe that it compelled me to miss eight days of work. I’m on the mend, but from 100 percent. It’s Friday–my first day of work this week.

I’d hoped to begin the New Year with something splashy, but circumstances require that I focus on getting my ducks in a row in my classroom. So, here is a worksheet on the Latin roots viv, vivi. and vit. It means, of course, life, living, and live.

That’s it for this week; I’ll do my best to have something a little better for next week. February and March are Black History Month and Women’s History Month respectively, and I’ve already begun to line up a series of readings and comprehension worksheets in observation of those months.

If you find typos in this document, I would appreciate a notification. And, as always, if you find this material useful in your practice, I would be grateful to hear what you think of it. I seek your peer review.

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