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Not intuitive
Need an app for learning Greek and Latin roots. This is just weird.
Lmac154 on May 8, 2013 for Power of Words! SAT® and Critical
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Fun app for casual practice
Using this app actually makes learning words enjoyable. Conventional methods of brushing up on vocabulary are really tedious by comparison. Who needs flash cards? There is even a way to find real-world usage examples from the web so you can see the word in context. That feature is pretty sweet; you don't even have to leave the app.
kolebee on Oct 19, 2012 for Power of Words! SAT® and Critical
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Very cool, worth checking out!
I graduated from college a few years ago. I still remember how awful it was to study vocabulary in 9th grade and then again for the SAT. This app lets you learn the meanings of the words instead of memorizing them. It takes a little more brain power, but it's so much more enjoyable and rewarding than flash cards. My mom, a word lover, would like this too.
jazzfest04 on Oct 18, 2012 for Power of Words! SAT® and Critical
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Doesn't feel like studying
Putting the words together is like a game. My favorite part, though, is seeing the words in context...because the content is so good. I'm actually reading things that I'd want to read anyway, so it doesn't feel like studying. I feel like I'm retaining more vocabulary.
Norwegian Novice on Oct 12, 2012 for Power of Words! SAT® and Critical
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hands on approach
Panafold's application through its hand on approach let's the user learn words effectively. By combing suffixes and roots together, you can deconstruct words to make them easy to learn. After the words are created, you have access to visual representations, giving you examples of how the words are used in a sentences. The word poems is something totally new that makes it really helpful to learn words. It makes it creative and allows the individual to make memory clues.
Beth Scanlan on Sep 26, 2012 for Power of Words! SAT® and Critical
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Learn by doing!
Great hands-on tactile interface! Actually building the words from meaningful pieces that snap together helps understanding and memorization. And each new word attracts interesting content that let's you learn from context!
DuOgJeg on Sep 22, 2012 for Power of Words! SAT® and Critical
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