Literary Activities Literary Activities

Literary Activities

Unlimited learning resources that develop skills to comprehend and communicate excellently.

At Oakridge International School, Gachibowli we are firm believers that English is a global study that should be embraced by every community. Whether this is for language speaking and communication purposes, or to enjoy the vast array of literary texts English has to offer. 

With Reading Challenges, Socratic Dialogue sessions, and celebrating bith anniversary of William Shakespear as a theme, we ensure that your child inculcates reading habits and develops the skills to comprehend and communicate excellently. 

World Read

Aloud Day

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World Read Aloud Day was celebrated across our school as an opportunity to honor the joy and power of reading and sharing stories. The fun was magnified as the students from South Korea read aloud to Grade 4 students over video conferencing, thus reading beyond boundaries. Our students of Grade 5 also volunteered to read aloud to younger students in the library

One Nation Reading Together (ONRT), an annual Scholastic event is also celebrated to inculcate and encourage the reading habit among students. The school looks like a reader’s paradise this day and the boundless imagination and facts packed in compact books had every student  engrossed for 20 minutes thus creating a fascinating atmosphere. 

Unearthing His-story “Magic Tree House” by Mary Pope Osborne

The drive behind this unit (Civilisation) engaged our students in understanding the cultural and political commonalities and differences among culture, people and environment which may inculcate cultural borrowings among masses. 

Mutation in English examination included addressing task from a new perspective, while our students treasure valuable lessons and encourage greater confidence and imagination like never before. 

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