ungifted


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ungifted

(ʌnˈɡɪftɪd)
adj
1. not talented
2. not in receipt of gifts
Translations

ungifted

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References in classic literature ?
Let us say to him: Come now, and we will ask you a question:-- when you spoke of a nature gifted or not gifted in any respect, did you mean to say that one man will acquire a thing easily, another with difficulty; a little learning will lead the one to discover a great deal; whereas the other, after much study and application, no sooner learns than he forgets; or again, did you mean, that the one has a body which is a good servant to his mind, while the body of the other is a hindrance to him?-would not these be the sort of differences which distinguish the man gifted by nature from the one who is ungifted?
Stewart is academically brilliant, but socially "ungifted." Ashley is the "It" girl of Grade 9, but her marks stink.
On a regular basis, Lai meets with a secret society that has one goal: to establish peace between the gifted, like Lai, and the ungifted. With the hope of acquiring more information about the war, Lai joins the military once again.
While those ungifted in planning depended on their mates for that spur-of-the-moment inspiration, weekend veterans like myself, always had their weekend activities down pat.
Crucially, it is "the speeches of philosophy" that are said to "grip more savagely than a viper, whenever they get hold of someone young with a not ungifted soul" (218a7-9).
Thirteen-year-old Stewart is academically brilliant but socially "ungifted." Fourteen-year-old Ashley is the "It" girl of Grade 9, but her marks stink.
IT is often said we will always support an ungifted grafter of a player so long as he is giving 100% on the pitch.
In "Ungifted," Gordan Korman shows with humor and insight that labels can be self- fulfilling prophecies and that sometimes administrators and teachers have more to learn than their students.
Allowing choice to change our biology will, if anything, be more egalitarian, allowing the ungifted to approach the gifted.
Using his own life and experience of being "ungifted," Kaufman sets about proving his point that standardized tests do not support human potential.
UNGIFTED: INTELLIGENCE REDEFINED explores the latest research in genetics and neuroscience and considers changes in the world of cognitive psychology and social development as he considers the world of special abilities in children and how traditional assessments of gifted and ungifted children lack in accuracy and diagnosis.
He often remarked that he was by nature shy, had a weak voice, and felt himself ungifted as a public speaker.