The CEM paper of the 11 Plus exams requires a lot of vocabulary knowledge. Will your child be able to cope with the extensive word knowledge required?
This 11 Plus Vital Words Dictionary is perfect for increasing children’s vocabulary. The guide is made up of the words that are found in a large bank of high-level 11 Plus papers. It includes word definitions and their antonyms and synonyms.
Geek School Tutoring’s 11 Plus Vital Words Dictionary is the perfect resource for helping children with specific sections in the CEM paper, especially the following:
- ‘related words’,
- ‘opposite meanings’
- ‘similar meanings’
Having broad vocabulary can improve your child’s comprehension, as well as helping with synonym and antonym questions in verbal reasoning papers for many 11 Plus selection test papers.
For students who live in the borough of Bromley, for example, a good grasp of high-level vocabulary will be particularly important in the Bexley and the Newstead Wood exams.
Children who aspire to be in the top 180 students for Bexley, for example, will most need to targeted practice in this area.
To improve your child’s vocabulary, it is essential to use a little-and-often approach to learning new words. Using this guide, set aside just 10 to 15 minutes once or twice a week to help your child learn new words, and you’ll be amazed at the difference you see in your child.
This 15-page downloadable 11 Plus word dictionary is also a useful guide for increasing your child’s bank of words for their creative writing.