Wait to do the exercises. As simplistic as it
sounds, this is perhaps the most useful bit of advice.
Avoid jumping into the exercises of the ÆON Workbook
right after reading the Textbook. Allow time for the principles
of each unit to sink in before testing yourself. This
means you should pace yourself: don't save it all for
the night before class.
Review regularly. Again, this seems obvious, but
regular review of past units, particularly vocabulary,
will prove essential. The same advice applies to previous
Use this website. The CL 100 website has been
created in order to facilitate your learning experience.
It contains not only general course guidelines, but also
specifics regarding assignments, due dates, and other
essentials. While I will make every effort to remind you
of upcoming events and deadlines, the ultimate responsibility
for knowing what is due and when is yours alone. Consult
this website often in order to keep in touch with the
I hope that you will find English Vocabulary from Greek
and Latin to be both rigorous and rewarding.