Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/17/2014 -- One in four children in America grows up without being able to read. Children who don't read proficiently by 4th grade are four times likelier to drop out of school. Ex-first lady Laura Bush said ‘Every child ... should learn to read, and this is why Maxscholar is dedicated to improving children’s reading skills.
Maxscholar is proud to announce as part of their MaxWords program a new program called, “Latin Roots.” Maxscholar programs are developed and based on proven research methods and strategies that help individuals learn how to read. “Latin Roots,” is now a part of the MaxWord program.
Celebrities around the world have backed campaigns to help children to improve their reading skills, this includes Dollar Parton and Ex-First Lady Laura Bush. With reports claiming that one in four children in America grow up without being able to read and reports stating that children due to text messages and television are losing the art of reading and extending their vocabulary, Maxscholar have developed a program to improve reading skills. Thanks to the MaxWords program and Latin Roots, students will be able to improve their reading skills.
“Latin Roots,” helps build one's vocabulary through the extensive reading and learning of prefixes, suffixes, and roots of words. The MaxWord, “Latin Roots” program helps speed along the learning by helping individuals learn word parts of the vocabulary. Learning word parts helps students improve their vocabulary, spelling, reading, and the reading of multi-syllabic words. This first module will teach students 48 different Latin Roots and will provide multiple rounds of exercises for them to practice.
The “Latin Roots” program as part of the Maxscholar MaxWords program permits individuals to see their improvements and achievements as scores are recorded, and students can see their progress after each lesson.
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