Common Greek Roots

Common Greek Roots

COMMON GREEK ROOTS THERM COMMON GREEK ROOTS DIRECTIONS 1. Click on the slide. Read the root word and its definition at the top of the slide. 2. Click the space bar. Read the first word part that pops up. 3. Click the space bar. Read the next word part that comes up. (Repeat this step until the entire

word appears under the word parts.) 4. Read the entire word using the chunks (syllables). 5. Click on the speaker symbol to listen to the correct pronunciation of the word. Determine whether you were correct. 6. Click on the space bar. Read the definition that appears. Think about how the definition relates to the meaning of the root word. Think about the meanings of any of the other word parts. 7. After you have finished with all of the slides, go back to the first slide. Repeat the process. Determine whether you can say the word correctly. Also, attempt to say the definition of the word before you make the definition appear.

8. Repeat the process until you are able to say the definitions of each of the words correctly. THERM: HEAT/ WARM THE MO STAT R THERMOSTAT A device that can make a room colder or hotter. (It controls the air conditioning and

heating system in a home.) THERM: HEAT/ WARM E TER THE MO M R THERMOMETE

R A device used to measure the temperature. THERM: HEAT/ WARM THE MO S R

THERMOS A bottle used to keep liquids hot or cold. THERM: HEAT/ WARM THE MAL R THERMAL A word related to anything that keeps us

warm. THERM: HEAT/ WARM THE MO DY NAM IC S R THERMODYNAMIC S

The study of energy. THERM: HEAT/ WARM GE O THER AL M GEOTHERMAL The heat that Earth produces.

THERM: HEAT/ WARM HY PO THER I A M HYPOTHERMIA A condition in which someones body temperature drops dangerously. THERM: HEAT/ WARM

THE MO NU CL E R THERMONUCLEA R Using lots of heat to create a bomb. AR

THERM: HEAT/ WARM EC TO THER M ECTOTHERM Animals that change their body temperature based on the surrounding environment.

THERM: HEAT/ WARM EN DO THER M ENDOTHERM Animals that create body heat.

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