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What are six adjectives that best describe this school year?
Last Updated: 23rd April, 2020
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Similarly one may ask, what is an adjective for school?
Adjectives premodifying school. new, local, old, American, urban, national, regular, independent, parochial, good, rural, small, Christian, different, special, traditional, normal, Indian, effective, subburban, black.
Furthermore, how would you describe a semester? A semester is half of a school year. In September of your first year of high school, you could describe yourself as "a first-semester freshman." The noun semester comes up often when you're in high school and college. It's an easy way to divide the school year, into two equal halves, or semesters.
In respect to this, how would you describe a good school?
These characteristics make a school good:
- Students Want to be There. Effective schools have a warm climate.
- Highest Expectations For the School, Teachers and Students.
- Dedicated Teachers.
- Effective Discipline.
- There is a Variety of Instructional Techniques.
- Individualized Instruction and Approaches to Students.
How would you describe a bad year?
There are probably more specific expressions you could use depending on the way in which the year was bad: trying; unproductive; draining; exhausting; terrible; unbearable; maddening; frustrating; dispiriting; disheartening; unendurable; depressing and so on.