Vocabulary Learning: Smarter Kids in a Year - Verb to Noun 3

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  • Lectures 21
  • Length 1 hour
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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Published 2/2015 English

Course Description


If your child is doing poorly at school, an inadequate vocabulary could be the problem.

Your child’s ability to use his given language is the key to all his learning.

The more words a child knows, the greater that child’s success.

Taking this course is a potential vocabulary boost of 1000 words for your son or daughter!


Just learning 10 words can expose a person to 90 more.

Technically your child is being deliberately exposed to 100 words because this course teaches how to make 50 nouns from 50 verbs. 10 x (10 + 90) = 1000 words

Raising smart children just got easier

If you have ever imagined sitting with pride in the audience watching your child receive an award for good work at the end of the school year, then you must act now.

If you start immediately, working diligently on your child's vocabulary, you could start to see improvement within the next year that will last him a lifetime.

We're making it easy for you by removing all the hard work usually associated with helping your child succeed at school.

The time consuming tasks of doing research on the Internet, looking for worksheets and trying to figure out answers have been done for you.

You will find everything you need in one place.

Use the course materials to rapidly improve your child’s vocabulary
Your ward can learn as many as 10 words in a single day.

Apart from the video lectures showing how to make each noun from each verb, there are also video lectures showing how to use each word formed in a sentence.

There are puzzles and games to accelerate learning.

But there is more…

Because you the parent need to be satisfied that learning is taking place, at the end of each section there is a quiz for you to check your child’s progress.

…and more

We go one step further and provide a posttest app that randomly generates 20 questions related to the 50 nouns taught.

The app can be separately downloaded to an iPad or Android and used anytime, anywhere without an internet connection.

The test will be different each time you take it so it can be used multiple times now and in the future as revision to keep your protégé sharp.

How this course is organized
You will know exactly what your child is learning because one of the first lectures is a Parent’s Reference Guide listing all the word formations that make up this course.

The sections for you also include details of the steps necessary to make the best use of the course, answers to the puzzles and games and how to access the posttest app that you will use to be sure that your son or daughter is ready to move on to the next 50 words.

The remaining sections, the teaching sections, contain the meat of the course. Each section teaches 10 words. There are 5 teaching sections. Each one contains:

• A video lecture showing how each word is converted to its corresponding noun
• A video lecture showing how to use each word in a sentence
• Puzzles and games to help your child master the material
• An end of section quiz to check that your ward knows how to use the 10 words in the section

With your encouragement your child would be on the way to a better command of the English language and better grades in school.

You have nothing to lose as there is a 30 day money back guarantee. And you keep the posttest app.

Every minute you delay may be causing your child to fall behind his classmates at school.

What are the requirements?

  • Parents, we appreciate that you are busy. Our courses are therefore designed to provide you with sufficient material to help your child learn the topic presented without having to do anything additional.
  • Your role is therefore expected to be purely supervisory. That is you encourage your ward to use the materials as often and as much as necessary to master the topic.
  • If you wish to use the posttest app that is provided free with this course offline, you must have an iPad or Android device (not Kindle). For this you will require the free Articulate Mobile Player. Download details are provided.
  • If you prefer, the app can be used online with any device with an Internet connection including the Kindle.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Form 50 nouns from 50 verbs. The word list can be found in lecture 3
  • Spell the 50 words covered in this course
  • Use the 50 words presented in a sentence

Who is the target audience?

  • This course is intended for busy parents who still want to play their part in helping their 9 - 12 year old be among the top performers at school
  • Teachers of 9 to 12 year olds and ESL students may also find it useful
  • This course is not for parents looking for a quick fix. Progress takes time
  • Parents who Do NOT want to help their child achieve academic success should definitely not take this course

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.


Section 1: For Parents

How you can correct the problem with your child's grades


The exact system that has been used for 25+ years to help children (and adults alike) master any given subject.

2 pages

A pdf detailing what your child will learn.

You can use it as a quick refresher or to learn the subject if you are unfamiliar with it.

Section 2: Day 1 - Word List 1 Games and Activities

Making Nouns From Verbs List 1

imitate imitation

intend intention

obstruct obstruction

occupy occupation

oppose opposition

organize organization

prescribe prescription

eject ejection

pronounce pronunciation

propose proposition


Making Nouns from Verbs List 1

Using each word in a sentence:

The pirate found a cheap imitation

He has no intention of being a law-abiding citizen

There was an obstruction on the highway

Illegal occupation by the pirates made everyone leave the island

The pirates encountered stiff opposition in Coves Bay

He is the leader of the feared Band of Bandits organization

The prescription for this fat cat is diet and exercise

Citizens called for the ejection of these bandits

Always use proper pronunciation

They made him a proposition that he could not refuse

3 pages

Puzzles and games for List 1

10 questions

INSTRUCTIONS: Form a noun from the word in brackets to correctly complete the sentence or phrase

Section 3: Day 2 - Word List 2 Games and Activities

Forming Nouns From Verbs List 2

expel expulsion

compel compulsion

provide provision

transmit transmission

admit admittance

acquaint acquaintance

defy defiance

hinder hindrance

rely reliance

grieve grievance


Making Nouns from Verbs List 2

Using each word in a sentence:

Citizens demanded the expulsion of the pirates

He has an unhealthy compulsion to steal

You should make provision for emergencies

The transmission ended abruptly

They refused admittance to pets

She met an old acquaintance today

Timmy is in trouble again for wilful defiance of the rules

The fall will be a hindrance to his progress

The baby is unaware of his reliance on his parents

He intends to declare his grievance

3 pages

Puzzles and games for List 2

10 questions

INSTRUCTIONS: Form a noun from the word in brackets to correctly complete the sentence or phrase

Section 4: Day 3 - Word List 3 Games and Activities

Forming Nouns From Verbs List 3

receive receipt

mock mockery

marry marriage

serve service

defend defence

conspire conspiracy

compare comparison

clean cleanliness

clear clarity

bore boredom


Making Nouns from Verbs List 3

Using each word in a sentence:

He is in receipt of the mail

He often endures the mockery of others

They will have a happy marriage

They attended the church service

Nothing was said in his defence

They will be charged with conspiracy

There is no comparison between the two books

Cleanliness is encouraged at school

The essay was edited for clarity

He started to feel the boredom of a long car trip

3 pages

Puzzles and games for List 3

10 questions

INSTRUCTIONS: Form a noun from the word in brackets to correctly complete the sentence or phrase

Section 5: Day 4 - Word List 4 Games and Activities

Making Nouns From Verbs List 4

prosecute prosecution

qualify qualification

reduce reduction

anticipate anticipation

resign resignation

resolve resolution

reveal revelation

revolve revolution

subscribe subscription

tempt temptation


Making Nouns from Verbs List 4

Using each word in a sentence:

He will definitely face prosecution

He has the professional qualification necessary for the job

He demanded a reduction in the noise level

He had a feeling of great anticipation before the party

He submitted a letter of resignation

The bandits do not want a peaceful resolution

He is in need of a divine revelation

The revolution of earth about the sun takes a year

You must pay the subscription to enter

Timmy gave in to temptation again

3 pages

Puzzles and games for List 4

10 questions

INSTRUCTIONS: Form a noun from the word in brackets to correctly complete the sentence or phrase

Section 6: Day 5 - Word List 5 Games and Activities

Making Nouns from Verbs List 5

confide confidence

depend dependence

exist existence

interfere interference

obey obedience

occur occurrence

reside residence

prevail prevalence

practise practice

advise advice


Making Nouns from Verbs List 5

Using each word in a sentence:

He regained confidence after he got an A on the essay

His dependence on others will continue for a long time

He does not believe in the existence of angels

The magnet was causing interference

Timmy needs to learn obedience

Injuries are a common occurrence during a game

Pirates will not be granted residence in this country

The government is unhappy with the prevalence of heart disease

He has a medical practice

Always listen to good advice

3 pages

Puzzles and games for List 5

10 questions

INSTRUCTIONS: Form a noun from the word in brackets to correctly complete the sentence or phrase

Section 7: Great Work Kids!
Section 8: Next Steps for Parents

A free posttest app to determine if your child is ready to progress to the next course.

Come back and use it occasionally to keep your child sharp.

Section 9: Additional Resource for Parents
15 pages

A pdf containing solutions to all the puzzles and games in this course

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Dova Lael Inc., eLearning anytime, anywhere

Dova Lael Inc. specializes in creating quality eLearning resources

Our mission is to empower even the busiest of parents, to still play their part in helping their children age 9 to 12 achieve academic success, by producing high quality, engaging, mobile learning resources ideal for the active parent and child

To this end we produce educational apps for the iPad, Android and Kindle, some of which have already been published in the Amazon Appstore

Most of our apps can be used on the go and because we know that parents are active and busy, along with each course, we also create Parent's Reference Guides that tell you exactly what your child will be learning. You can also use these guides as a quick refresher or to learn the topic outright if you are unfamiliar with it

We are the publishers of the “Teach Your Child and Yourself" series. This series currently covers only homophones (words that sound the same, but have different spellings and different meanings) but will be expanded to include other topics integral to your child's academic success

Our lead developer has been through a rigorous course in teacher training, has over 25 years teaching experience and holds a degree in physics and computer science from a recognized university as well as a post graduate Diploma in Education

We are confident that we can shave hours of work off your task of helping your child excel at school

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