Books

The Logic of English Words Book

T he Logic of English Words Book provides a paradigm shift to the way students learn Vocabulary, The Book embodies the principles of Etymology Education, as championed by Logophilia Education, and serves to recreate in text the magic that Logophilia create in their revolutionary Etymology Education classrooms. If you want to learn vocabulary, we advise that you start here.

              

Greek & Latin Roots – 50 | Words – 1000




The College Vocabulary Programme Book

T he College Vocabulary Programme Book is the full text of the College Vocabulary Programme Level 1. The CVP 1 Programme purports to train students in two ways: (1) by serving as a strong introduction to word-etymologising; (2) by giving them a large number of derivations. It brings together a collection of 150 roots from Greek and Latin in English, and therefore, shows you connections across 3 languages: English, Greek, and Latin.


Greek & Latin Roots – 150 | Words – 1400




The College Vocabulary Programme II Book

T he College Vocabulary Programme II Book is the full text of the College Vocabulary Programme Level 2. This Logophilia book serves as a great follow-up read to the College Vocabulary Programme Book 1. What’s the difference, you ask? The CVP 2 Book brings together vocabulary from various disciplines across both Humanities and the Natural Sciences, one level above those discussed in the CVP 1 Book.


Greek & Latin Roots – 100 | Words – 400




The Fundamental Etymology Workshop Book

T he original Logophilia textbook. The very popular Fundamental Etymology Workshop (FEW) has been Logophilia’s flagship Etymology programme. The FEW Book brings together a rich and diverse thematic arrangement of Latin and Greek roots in English. The Book does not simply serve as a rich resource for studying English Vocabulary; it offers an eye-opening journey across thirteen different subjects, illustrating how English serves as the key to knowledge.


Greek & Latin Roots – 300 | Words – 1200 




The Logophilia Latin Lessons Book

he Logophilia Latin Lessons Book is the full text of the Logophilia Latin Lessons Programme (LLL). The LLL Programme is a very rare Latin Vocabulary Workshop. This unique book brings together a rich and diverse thematic arrangement of Latin roots in English. Latin words are ubiquitous in English Vocabulary and can be seen both across frequent as well as specialised English Vocabulary. 29% of all words in English words come from Latin. Know Latin, know English.


Latin Roots – 300 | Words – 1200




The Logophilia Book of Wordsmithery

T he Logophilia Wordsmithery Programme is considered by far the most advanced English Vocabulary programme created by Logophilia. This Etymology Education Book brings to you, not roots, but affixes (prefixes and suffixes) from four different languages – Latin, Greek, French, & Old English. Besides, the Book contains rich appendices on:
A. types of words; &
B. figures of speech

              

Affixes – 300 | Words – 1200




The School Vocabulary Programme Book

T he School Vocabulary Programme Book is the full text of the School Vocabulary Programme. The first edition of the School Vocabulary Programme was inaugurated at the Logo+philia Gala 2015, for a group of 78 participants. The Programme, therefore, brings together a thematically arranged collection of roots from Greek and Latin.


Greek & Latin Roots – 100 | Words – 500




The Vocabulary of Mathematics Book

T his Book comes from the Logophilia Vocabulary of Science Programme, which is an Etymology-based English Vocabulary workshop wherein students are trained in the art of making and breaking terminology found across science and Mathematics curricula from standards nine to twelve.

              

Greek & Latin Roots – 135 | Words – 675




The Vocabulary of Physics Book

T his Book comes from the Logophilia Vocabulary of Science Programme, which is an Etymology-based English Vocabulary workshop wherein students are trained in the art of making and breaking terminology found across science and Physics curricula from standards nine to twelve.

              

Greek & Latin Roots – 146 | Words – 730 




The Vocabulary of Chemistry Book

T his Book comes from the Logophilia Vocabulary of Science Programme, which is an Etymology-based English Vocabulary workshop wherein students are trained in the art of making and breaking terminology found across science and Chemistry curricula from standards nine to twelve.


Greek & Latin Roots – 100 | Words – 500 




The Vocabulary of Biology Book

T his Book comes from the Logophilia Vocabulary of Science Programme, which is an Etymology-based English Vocabulary workshop wherein students are trained in the art of making and breaking terminology found across science and Biology curricula from standards nine to twelve.


Greek & Latin Roots – 135 | Words – 675




The Vocabulary of Philosophy Book

T his Book comes from the Logophilia Vocabulary of Humanities Programme, which is an Etymology-based English Vocabulary workshop wherein students are trained in the art of making and breaking terminology found across Humanities curricula from standards nine to twelve.


Greek & Latin Roots – 146 | Words – 730




The Vocabulary of Behavioural Sciences Book

T his Book comes from the Logophilia Vocabulary of Humanities Programme, which is an Etymology-based English Vocabulary workshop wherein students are trained in the art of making and breaking terminology found across Humanities curricula from standards nine to twelve.


Greek & Latin Roots – 100 | Words – 500




The Vocabulary of Social Sciences Book

T his Book comes from the Logophilia Vocabulary of Humanities Programme, which is an Etymology-based English Vocabulary workshop wherein students are trained in the art of making and breaking terminology found across Humanities curricula from standards nine to twelve.


Greek & Latin Roots – 135 | Words – 675




The Vocabulary of Language & Literature Book

T his Book comes from the Logophilia Vocabulary of Humanities Programme, which is an Etymology-based English Vocabulary workshop wherein students are trained in the art of making and breaking terminology found across Humanities curricula from standards nine to twelve.


Greek & Latin Roots – 146 | Words – 730