This year Molly will not be with us and we shall miss her very much, but we’ll have a new assistant teacher, Taylor, who is also great and who will teach us a lot of interesting things.
So far, we know very little about Taylor, but we’ll gradually get to know him and find out what he is like . We have the whole school year ahead.
Do you remember the acrostics we did last year?
In order to welcome Taylor to our class I made three acrostics with his name. When he comes to our class next week, we’ll ask him which adjectives he feels fit him best. Maybe all the adjectives I have chosen are wrong, we’ll have to wait and see.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An acrostic (Greek: ákros “top”; stíchos “verse”) is a poem or other form of writing in which the first letter, syllable or word of each line, paragraph or other recurring feature in the text spells out a word or a message.
Homework for Monday 3rd:
Look up the adjectives you find in the acrostics you do not know in a dictionary. Think about someone you know (it can also be a celebrity or a famous person) that can be described using that new adjective. Post your comments to the blog and write them in your notebook too.