If you have read last week’s blog, you will know that for the third trimester of AEP, one student would have a topic to discuss with the rest of the class each week; I discussed tea cups last week.
AEP class began with my fellow classmate discussing with us what he has found out about UFOs and aliens. Do you believe that there’s more life outside of earth? We then had a vocabulary test on words like alacrity (cheerful willingness or readiness) ,antithesis ( The exact or direct opposite or contrast), and laud ( To praise with words or song).Our teacher, Miss Disa , made the test a little bit different by using the synonyms instead to the definitions; this made it slightly trickier.
On the second day of AEP class, we continued the lesson we were taking last week on purpose links such as ‘in order to’, and ‘so that’. We also wrote the first draft of our essays on the topic:
“The diagrams below show stages in the development of he aeroplane since the first powered flight in 1903. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.”
Miss Disa took our notebooks for checking, and we’ll see our results next meeting.
That’s all for this week;until next time!
Homework: The Invisible Man
Spasmodic:occurring or done in brief, irregular bursts./caused by, subject to, or in the nature of a spasm or spasms.
Protrusion:something that protrudes; a protuberance.
Accentuated:make more noticeable or prominent.
Cadging:ask for or obtain (something to which one is not strictly entitled).
Fretting:be constantly or visibly worried or anxious./gradually wear away (something) by rubbing or gnawing.