Verbal Advantage Student Edition

Verbal Advantage Student Edition

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Studies show that 75 percent of students are seriously deficient in their verbal skills. Verbal Advantage Student Edition is designed to dramatically improve your child’s vocabulary skills with only 15 to 20 minutes a day, several days a week. Ideal for junior and high school-level students who want to build a more powerful vocabulary and prepare for SAT and ACT exams.
(5 hrs and 42 minutes)

$41.97

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(available at Audible.com)

 

The Easy Way to a Powerful Vocabulary

Verbal Advantage Student Edition is an easy and fun way for Jr. and High School students to build a more powerful vocabulary, help prepare for SAT and ACT exams and get the edge over other students. Students are introduced to vocabulary words through story scenes. Every story includes 10 new powerful words. At the end of each story the words are spelled, defined and used in sentences so your child is able to use them in their proper context. Short quizzes allow students to check their progress and proceed at their own pace. The accompanying guidebook provides visual support, a complete list of words introduced in the program and their definitions. It couldn’t be easier to learn. There aren’t any dull lectures or boring study sessions. Instead, there are 16 lessons, two per audio CD, which introduce new vocabulary words using fun, dramatized stories, typical English paragraphs, and unique “Top Twenty” word categories.

Where to use it:

Verbal Advantage Student Edition can be used anywhere. In the car, on the way to school, while exercising or walking home from school. Anywhere they can listen or use headphones they can learn! Improving vocabulary doesn’t need to be a chore. With Verbal Advantage Student Edition, it can be interesting and fun. Just by listening to this program, a student will:

  • Develop a powerful vocabulary
  • Improve Sat/ACT scores
  • Improve test taking skills
  • Raise grade point average
  • Improve reading skills
  • Learn key root words
  • Avoid word usage error
  • Gain self-confidence
  • Become a better speaker
  • Learn fascinating word origins
  • Strengthen his/her writing ability
  • Learn correct spelling and pronunciation
  • Make a better impression on others
  • Improve communication skills
  • Demonstrate greater maturity