Monday, December 14, 2009

National Spelling Bee Competition

12 students from the Atmiya Vidya Mandir school will be participating in the national level spelling competition which is called Spell bee competition tomorrow on 15th December 2009 at Ahmedabad.
This will be the second round of the competition where students from different parts of Gujarat will compete to secure a place in the next round which will be held in Mumbai early next year.
Here is the list of the students participating from our school:

About the competition
To test such basic but vital skills, The Times of India Group brings to you a unique and scholarly, yet fun filled quiz contest - HDFC Standard Life Spell Bee - India Spells 2010.
The objective of the exercise is to help and engage Indian students improve their spellings, increase their vocabularies, learn concepts, work on their pronunciations, and develop correct English usage that will help them all their lives. This concept would offer novelty and freshness, & engage them through the mechanics of spellings; a first time initiative. The city rounds would entail usage of various methods to test students on spellings offering proper and repeated pronouncing of each word as well as its etymological meanings. There would also be a lot of fun woven around pictures, symbols etc. used as props to help students spell correctly.
For more information please visit the following website.
We wish them all the best on behalf of all the teachers and staff of Atmiya Vidya Mandir.
Submitted by:
Purvesh Sir and Prabhudarshan Sir

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