Flocabulary

The Hip-Hop Approach to SAT-Level Vocabulary Building

Flocabulary

Foreword by: Ann Marie Mulready
Hip-hop is hot, but it's rarely been used as an educational tool until now. That's the beauty of this radical new approach to studying vocabulary for standardized tests, which has been embraced by teachers and reviewers everywhere.  Instead of dry test guides that turn kids off, this method builds on our natural tendency to recall song lyrics by infusing difficult words, and their definitions, into irresistibly rhythmic music.  Now students can sing their way to better SAT and ACT scores!
  • Cider Mill Press | 
  • 128 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781933662145 | 
  • April 2006

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