Thank you, students, for participating and putting forward your best efforts in the Vocabulary Test. I also want to take this opportunity to announce the names of the best and strongest performance.
“The hue of the sky is black, kins are acting like foes vying for resources, and the general mood is woeful. The governments are toying around with the world and humanity is lagging behind innocent animals. If someone wanted to revolt for a zen-like world, they would be silenced by an oar by government loyalists.” That is a quote from Badhri Hari. It is awe-inspiring and warns the irked governments for eons to come. It basically tells them that “Hey, you can opt to improve stability without making much ado about small stuff.”
I want to send a big thank you to everyone who participated in July’s Vocabulary Test with such zeal and enthusiasm.
And a special congratulations to Darshita Rakam (8th grade) and Pooja Jayanth (4th grade) for getting the highest scores, 95% and 90% respectively!
I woke up in the morning so fast as if someone gave me a cue to do so. I was so vexed and overflowing with ire. I walked out to see the same rut of wee ivy on the wall trying to be sly. I heard my mother shout my name. I knew it was breakfast. As soon as I came, I saw my little sister hiding because she’s a coy girl. She was coy due to the fact that she makes a lot of errs, as if she was born apt for it. After breakfast I continued my deep slumber.
Instruction and learning objective:
There was a twist in this month’s vocabulary class. Students were provided a list of 10 “three-letter” big words: apt, ire, wee, vex, err, coy, cue, sly, rut and ivy. After learning the meaning, they were asked to write a paragraph using all of these words. This lesson compelled students to step outside their comfort zone and incorporate advanced words, beyond their grade levels.