UIS celebrates National Dictionary Day


On Oct. 16, in honor of National Dictionary Day, Union Intermediate School held its first annual vocabulary parade. The parade followed a three-week dictionary skills unit by Mrs. Caren Long in the media center. Mrs. Long read the fabulously creative picture book, Miss Alaineus, A Vocabulary Disaster, a story that celebrates words and definitions. The characters in the book participated in a Vocabulary Parade and contest and the idea really caught on at UIS. In the picture, Octavius Robinson shows his word, X-ray.


On Oct. 16, in honor of National Dictionary Day, Union Intermediate School held its first annual vocabulary parade. The parade followed a three-week dictionary skills unit by Mrs. Caren Long in the media center. Mrs. Long read the fabulously creative picture book, Miss Alaineus, A Vocabulary Disaster, a story that celebrates words and definitions. The characters in the book participated in a Vocabulary Parade and contest and the idea really caught on at UIS. In the picture, Octavius Robinson shows his word, X-ray.

On Oct. 16, in honor of National Dictionary Day, Union Intermediate School held its first annual vocabulary parade. The parade followed a three-week dictionary skills unit by Mrs. Caren Long in the media center. Mrs. Long read the fabulously creative picture book, Miss Alaineus, A Vocabulary Disaster, a story that celebrates words and definitions. The characters in the book participated in a Vocabulary Parade and contest and the idea really caught on at UIS. In the picture, Octavius Robinson shows his word, X-ray.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_union.jpgOn Oct. 16, in honor of National Dictionary Day, Union Intermediate School held its first annual vocabulary parade. The parade followed a three-week dictionary skills unit by Mrs. Caren Long in the media center. Mrs. Long read the fabulously creative picture book, Miss Alaineus, A Vocabulary Disaster, a story that celebrates words and definitions. The characters in the book participated in a Vocabulary Parade and contest and the idea really caught on at UIS. In the picture, Octavius Robinson shows his word, X-ray.
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