Tips On Learning Big Words By Spelling Bee Champion – Akash Vukoti

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When most kids his age were beginning to learn basic words, Akash Vukoti became the youngest boy ever to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee‘s history at the age of six years. Today, at the age of eleven, Akash has several accolades under his belt. He was inducted into the high IQ society, Mensa at the age of three and became a Davidson young scholar at five. In 2016, he won his San Angelo Area Regional Spelling Bee Championship. He has garnered international fame with the Netflix documentary film, ‘Spelling the Dream,’ released in over 190 countries.

The Spelling Bee champion, Akash Vukoti shares some tips to spell big words on a candid talk with Global Child Prodigy.

The Trick With Words – Akash Vukoti

The young genius Akash Vukoti has many tips and tricks to learn and memorize words. He tries to learn about the words in detail and then see how they are spelled. He tries to understand the root and meaning of the words. Akash pays special attention to why the words are spelled the way they are. He said that knowing the importance of the words is especially important because there is a distinct section of vocabulary in the Spelling Bee. The Spelling Bee Champion also searches for words in the dictionary to find their origin and history. Although not many words challenge Akash, however, he finds it harder to memorize words with no context.

Akash Vukoti

According to Akash, passion is an essential thing to have while learning new words. Akash was interested in words at the very young age of two, and he believes that the reason he is good at spellings is that he has always liked its idea. He believes that everyone should follow their passion.

Way forward

The child prodigy has big dreams for his future. His immediate goal is to be the Scripps National Spelling Bee Champion. In the end, he wants to become a TV show host because he likes being in front of the camera and presenting to an audience. He also wants to do some social service, and he hopes that maybe someday he will become the United States president.

Winner of Global Child Prodigy Award 2020

The Global Child Prodigy is one of its kind organization that brings deserving children from all around the world into the spotlight. The GCPA celebrates child prodigies worldwide from various fields such as academics, painting, modeling, writing, music, social work, etc.

Akash Vukoti receiving the Global Child Prodigy Award 2020

Akash Vukoti received the Global Child Prodigy Award in January 2020 for dance. They were also among the Top 100 Child Prodigies of the year. If you know someone close to you who deserves to be on the top 100 Child Prodigies list, make sure to click here.

Also Read : Meet Akash Vukoti the little Spelling Bee Champion

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