3 Truths and a Lie

3 Truths and a Lie
Games are fun and certainly help the learning process. Today we are going to start preparing for the game “3
Truths and a Lie.” The best part about this game (other than the fact that it’s enjoyable) is that you will create it
You are in charge.
Select a word from your “WotD” list and write down four statements about that word. Think about the word’s
part of speech, the definition, related and unrelated words, associations they may have, and the word’s
personality. One of the four statements you write must be a lie.
Here’s an example:
Ubiquitous (It means omnipresent, pervasive, ever-lasting.)
1. Ubiquitous is kind of like the plague. Even if you don’t like it, you can’t get rid of it.
2. Ubiquitous is an adverb.
3. Ubiquitous is cousins with the words “pervasive” and “universal.”
4. If cockroaches were ubiquitous, I’d move to Mars. I’d better book my flight now!
Please submit on the index card provided, in your most LEGIBLE penmanship one of the words of the day in
this fashion.