Vocabulary Power 100
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Vocabulary Power 100

A Premium Course to Quickly and Easily Improve Your Vocabulary
4.6 (4 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
85 students enrolled
Created by Aaron Hutchinson
Last updated 12/2014
English
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Includes:
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn how to use new vocabulary
  • Learn quick and easy ways to continue to improve your vocabulary
  • Improve your English communication skills
  • Learn 100+ new and important words
  • Understand why a good vocabulary is important
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Requirements
  • Fluency in the English language
  • Paper and pen needed to write down new vocabulary words
Description

Forget the boring memorization of vocabulary! Memorizing lists and definitions of words will not really help you. To really learn new words and use them, it takes getting new vocabulary words into your brain's internal word bank. By using an intuitive methodology, this special course can help you improve the way you speak, read and write English. You will learn how to internalize new words.


Better vocabulary is essential for students wishing to improve their SAT exam scores, professionals that need to communicate, and anyone that would like a better command of the English language. Not only will this premium course teach you 100 new words (and more!) that every English speaker needs know, it will help you to train your brain to continue to learn new words.

This course will:

  • Guide you to understand why good usage of vocabulary is important
  • Improve your vocabulary-based exam scores
  • Help you learn quick and easy ways to learn and remember words
  • Teach you 100 important words in 10 exercises
  • Teach you how to learn more new words
  • Expand your practical word usage
  • Test and asses your word knowledge with interactive quizzes

Knowledge is power, so learn how improving your vocabulary can make a difference in the way speak, read and write.

Who is the target audience?
  • Students
  • English langugage learners
  • Business professionals
  • Speaking professionals
  • Anyone that wants to improve their vocabulary
  • SAT exam preparation
  • English proficiency exam preparation
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 21 Lectures Collapse All 21 Lectures 02:11:59
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Vocabulary Building Introduction
2 Lectures 04:29

In this video lecture, the instructor introduces the course and how it can help you to improve your vocabulary.

Preview 02:22

This video lecture provides details on the best way to use this course to get the most out of it.

Preview 02:07
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Methods to Improve Your Vocabulary
4 Lectures 16:45

This video lecture introduces the concept of learning intuitively by actively engaging your mind.

Preview 01:53

This video lecture discusses using the context of words around an unknown word to learn what it means. This video also includes a guided practice exercise to show how the concept works.

Preview 05:59

This video lecture discusses how to learn new words by listening.

Learn by Listening
05:40

This video lecture discusses the importance of good reading habits and how to start reading if you don't like to read much.

Word Power Reading
03:13
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Understanding Word Patterns and Structure
4 Lectures 18:37

This video lecture is about idiom and collocation word patterns and how they are used in the English language. By recognizing these you can better understand words.

Idioms and Collocations
05:29

This video lecture is about synonyms, what they are and why English has so many. It also explains how to use synonyms to increase your vocabulary.

Synonyms
03:11

This video lecture explains what etymology and onomatopoeia are and how they both relate to learning a new word. A guided practice exercise illustrates etymology.

Etymology and Onomatopoeia
03:57

This video lecture discusses prefixes, suffixes and word roots. Several example words are explained as well.

Building Blocks of Words
06:00

This quiz is based on the information contained in the lecture portion of this course about word patterns and word structure.

Word Structure Assesment
20 questions
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100 Vocabulary Words: Units 1-10
10 Lectures 01:30:08
This is vocabulary unit 1 with words 1-10.
Unit 1: Words 1-10
09:25

Look at the list of words you wrote down from this unit.Try to figure out which words fill in the blanks.

Unit 1 Practice
1 question

This is vocabulary unit 2 with words 11-20.

Unit 2: Words 11-20
08:45

Look at the list of words you wrote down from this unit.Try to figure out which words fill in the blanks.escription

Unit 2 Practice
1 question

This is vocabulary unit 3 with words 21-30.

Unit 3: Words 21-30
08:21

Look at the list of words you wrote down from this unit.Try to figure out which words fill in the blanks.

Unit 3 Practice
1 question

This is vocabulary unit 4 with words 31-40.

Unit 4: Words 31-40
08:54

Look at the list of words you wrote down from this unit.Try to figure out which words fill in the blanks.

Unit 4 Practice
1 question

This is vocabulary unit 5 with words 41-50.

Unit 5: Words 41-50
09:07

Look at the list of words you wrote down from this unit.Try to figure out which words fill in the blanks.

Unit 5 Practice
1 question

This is vocabulary unit 6 with words 51-60.

Unit 6: Words 51-60
09:18

Look at the list of words you wrote down from this unit.Try to figure out which words fill in the blanks.

Unit 6 Practice
1 question

This is vocabulary unit 7 with words 61-70.

Unit 7: Words 61-70
09:02

Look at the list of words you wrote down from this unit.Try to figure out which words fill in the blanks.

Unit 7 Practice
1 question

This is vocabulary unit 8 with words 71-80.

Unit 8: Words 71-80
08:24

Look at the list of words you wrote down from this unit.Try to figure out which words fill in the blanks.

Unit 8 Practice
1 question

This is vocabulary unit 9 with words 81-90.

Unit 9: Words 81-90
09:06

Look at the list of words you wrote down from this unit.Try to figure out which words fill in the blanks.

Unit 9 Practice
1 question

This is vocabulary unit 10 with words 91-100.

Unit 10: Words 91-100
09:46

Look at the list of words you wrote down from this unit.Try to figure out which words fill in the blanks.

Unit 10 Practice
1 question
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Conclustion
1 Lecture 02:00
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Vocabulary Assesment Test
0 Lectures 00:00

This quiz is based on the 100 vocabulary words taught in this course. Take this quiz first before taking the course and then again at the end of the course to track your progress.

Vocabulary Word Assessment Part 1
80 questions

Vocabulary Word Assessment Part 2
20 questions
About the Instructor
Aaron Hutchinson
4.5 Average rating
14 Reviews
251 Students
2 Courses
Making Learning Fun and Easy for Everyone

Aaron Hutchinson is a professional teacher, consultant, speaker and writer. He specializes in English as a second language and is TESOL/TEFL certified. He works as a consultant and lesson writer for a professional English teaching company in Asia. He works, as well, with English teaching companies in Europe and North America helping people of all ages and professional backgrounds to improve their English Skills. In addition, Aaron tutors private students in English speaking and public speaking skills, freelance writes for an educational publishing company, and provides public speaking instruction. He has years of experience as a public speaker and experience teaching thousands of students one–on-one and in large group classes from all around the world to speak, read and write English. Besides his love of the English language, Aaron is also interested in history, especially medival and renaissance history. He believes that learning should be fun and available to everyone. Aaron is originally from the East Coast in the United States. He and his wife love to travel, and are currently residing on the Pacific Coast in the Baja California area and teaching students online.