The Logophilia English Diploma5 Courses
What if you could learn ALL Etymology programmes in Logophilia? Yes, that's possible! The Logophilia English Diploma gives you a 1000-day access to master more than 4,00,000 words in English, through all 15 Logophilia Etymology Programmes.
The Logophilia Vocabulary Mastery Subscription3 Courses
The #Big3 Ultra-premium programmes in Logophilia are → FEW + Latin Lessons + Wordsmithery. Together, these 3 Programmes can help you understand 2,00,000+ words! Master all 3 in less than 2 months, to become a #SuperStudent!
The Logophilia Wordsmithery Programme
Logophilia Wordsmithery Programme → Logophilia’s highest workshop. Almost all English affixes from Greek, Latin, Old English, & French + All types of word-formation in English + Advanced concepts in Etymology + Rhetorical Devices from all 5 categories
The Logophilia Latin Lessons
Latin has contributed about 58% of all (common) words in English. That makes Latin the (unofficial) mother of English Vocabulary. You cannot claim to know English if you don't know Latin roots. Start here to learn more than 300 Latin roots!
The Logophilia Fundamental Etymology Workshop5.0 average rating (5 reviews)
A few roots can lead to thousands of words! The Fundamental Etymology Workshop (FEW) is Logophilia’s flagship workshop. FEW brings together a rich and diverse thematic arrangement of Latin and Greek roots in English. 67000+ words await you!
The Logophilia Latin Lessons Part 2
Logophilia Latin Lessons - Part 2 (LLL2) is a beast-moded sequel to the traditional Logophilia Latin Lessons Programme (estd. 2011). Start here to learn 500+ essential Latin Roots that all great students MUST know.
How To Make A Great Presentation
Do you know how to make impactful presentations? Does the thought of making a presentation wipe the smile off your face? Do you even know the difference between a presentation and a slide show? Start here to learn how to become a great presenter!
The What & How of Public Speaking
The Logophilia Public Speaking Programme, after ruling classrooms for 19 years, finally available online for you to grab! This is a great place for you to start learning how to speak effectively and become a powerful public speaker. See you inside!
The Logic of English Words4.9 average rating (29 reviews)
The Logic of English Words Programme is an Etymology-based English Vocabulary masterclass which gives you powerful training in the method of making & breaking English words, & teaches you how to unlock more than 7400 words, from 20 subjects!
Dhruv is the Chief Facilitator at Logophilia and the only Etymology Educator anywhere. He is an accomplished public speaker, with two TEDx Talks and addresses at the Jaipur Literature Festival & the Reimagine Education Conferences at Philadelphia (2017) & London (2019). In addition to being the pioneer of Etymology Education in the world, Dhruv is the founder of the Logophilia Public Speaking Programme (estd. 2002) Academically, he has unique qualifications in Psycholinguistics, and in Ancient Classical Latin Vocabulary. His Master's degrees in Applied Psychology and Cognitive Science lend a strong academic rigour to his approach to English Etymology facilitation. On the other hand, his extensive experience in the counselling of adolescents and young adults does wonders to his handling of young learning minds, making him a powerful, yet a very sensitive, facilitator. While a trained psychologist by training, Dhruv's expertise lies in facilitating experiential programmes in English Vocabulary, English Pronunciation, & in his life-coaching through the Public Speaking Programme. His classrooms are powerful in impact, and are known to never have a dull moment.
Study Vocabulary to Become the most Powerful Student you can! Subjects are written in books. Books are written in sentences. Sentences are written in words. The study of words is called VOCABULARY, ironically, the only subject they don't teach in school. Words are not made by linguists. Words were made by people much like you and us. Let's not be afraid of them. They are very easy to learn. All we need to do is to train in the process of word-formation in general, and roots and affixes in specific. This gives us a fair degree of dictionary-independence, and gets us in a position to stop viewing studies as tasks that need memorisation. Memory is not a process in education, but a result of it. If you like something you shall find it natural to remember it. It is insulting to human cognition when a student devotes time to creating memory through mnemonics and other forms of educational malpractice. Roots are strong carriers of words. There are roots that give out as few as three words; there are those that make a few hundred words. On an average, a root gives out about twenty derivatives. Therefore, if you are serious about learning vocabulary, study roots. In the amount of time that you spend studying a word, you can study twenty words by learning their root. This practice is called Etymology Education: and it comes with so many advantages, it is surprising that schools don’t teach this way. Once students start growing their vocabulary through Etymology Education: 1. they experience a rapid (yet systematic) expansion in their vocabulary; 2. they develop a great ability to understand words, even unfamiliar ones; 3. they develop an effortless ability with word spellings & pronunciation; 4. they develop a good ability to make connections across concepts, and learn deeply; 5. they are likely to save the large amounts of time they used to waste in rote learning; 6. they become more confident students, without the fear of forgetting