Learn 112 vocabulary words from today's Daily Reader with 3 articles: why dystopian tales don't always work, whether schools have become hostile environments for boys, and how one boy is trying to change education.
1. Why Dystopian Tales Like Elysium Often Fail
SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 47
From The Hunger Games to the new movie Elysium, dystopian tales are more popular than ever. What's their appeal? Read more and learn vocabulary words like bleak, discourse, disenfranchising, imperative, indigenous, proliferation, sinister, and substantive.
2. School Has Become Too Hostile to Boys
SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 32
Many of the new disciplinary measures used by schools seem to unfairly target boys. What is going on? Read more and learn vocabulary words like averse, draconian, esteem, insubordination, malicious, ostracized, transfixed, and undermining.
3. A 12-Year-Old's Quest To Remake Education, One Arduino At A Time
Popular Science, 8/19/2013
SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 33
What's the best way to engage 12-year old boys in technology and science? Have one of their peers get them excited about this stuff! Read more and learn vocabulary words like audible, autonomous, culminating, chassis, devoid, inscrutable, proliferation, and visceral.
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