August Schedule

The Write-Right Literacy Program (WRLP) August 2022 Schedule 8/11/22 Thursday – Parts of Speech Community Literacy Event | 11:00pm EST-1:00pm EST8/23/22 Tuesday – Two Part Online Reading and Writing WorkshopPart 1 Building Vocabulary | Logophiles *Two Part Online Reading and Writing Workshop 8/24/22 Wednesday – Part 2 Building Vocabulary | Word of the Day *8/30/22Continue reading “August Schedule”

Cantankerous

Building Vocabulary | Word of the Day Cantankerous Correct pronunciation: kan-ˈtaŋ-k(ə-)rəs  Definition: 1. difficult or irritating to deal with 2. always finding things to argue or complain about 3. bad-tempered, argumentative, and uncooperative.  Cantankerous is a popular way to describe someone difficult or irritating to deal with. – Merriam-Webster Dictionary   Part of Speech (POS):Continue reading “Cantankerous”

Logophiles

Logophiles Word Game | Building Vocabulary Good morning, DFOWW learners. Our Logophiles and Word of the Day (two-part) reading and writing workshops have been designed to help our students improve all areas of communication, including listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Having a robust vocabulary is essential for these skills. Our objective is to introduce andContinue reading “Logophiles”

July Workshops

The Write-Right Literacy Program (WRLP) July 2022 Schedule 7/12/22 Tuesday – Building Vocabulary Community Literacy Event | 11:00pm EST-1:00pm EST7/19/22 Tuesday – Two Part Online Reading and Writing WorkshopPart 1 Building Vocabulary | Logophiles *Two Part Online Reading and Writing Workshop 7/20/22 Wednesday – Part 2 Building Vocabulary | Word of the Day *7/26/22 TuesdayContinue reading “July Workshops”

June Workshops

The Write-Right Literacy Program (WRLP) June 2022 Schedule 6/1/22 Wednesday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST6/2/22 Thursday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST 6/6/22 Monday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST6/8/22 Wednesday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST6/9/22 Thursday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST 6/10/22 Friday – Resources forContinue reading “June Workshops”

May Workshops

The Write-Right Literacy Program (WRLP) May 2022 Schedule 5/2/22 Monday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST5/4/22 Wednesday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST5/5/22 Thursday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST 5/9/22 Monday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST5/11/22 Wednesday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST5/12/22 Thursday – WRLP (class) |Continue reading “May Workshops”

April Workshops

The Write-Right Literacy Program (WRLP) April 2022 Schedule 4/4/22 Monday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST 4/6/22 Wednesday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST 4/7/22 Thursday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST 4/11/22 Monday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST 4/13/22 Wednesday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST 4/14/22 ThursdayContinue reading “April Workshops”

March Workshops

The Write-Right Literacy Program (WRLP) March 2022 Schedule 3/2/22 Wednesday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST 3/3/22 Thursday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST 3/7/22 Monday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST 3/9/22 Wednesday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST 3/10/22 Thursday – WRLP (class) | 6:30pm EST-8:30pm EST 3/14/22 MondayContinue reading “March Workshops”

Invidious

Invidious Correct pronunciation: in-ˈvi-dē-əs Definition: 1. (of an action or situation) likely to arouse or incur resentment or anger in others 2. tending to cause discontent, animosity, or envy 3. likely to cause unhappiness or be unpleasant, especially because it is unfair  Something can be described as invidious when it is resentful, discriminatory, or enviousContinue reading “Invidious”

Logophiles

Logophiles Word Game | Building Vocabulary Good morning, dfoww learners. Our Logophiles and Word of the Day (two-part) reading and writing workshops have been designed to help our students improve all areas of communication, including listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Having a robust vocabulary is essential for these skills. Our objective is to introduce andContinue reading “Logophiles”