|Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (18701938). Rogets International Thesaurus. 1922.|
|Class IV. Words Relating to the Intellectual Faculties|
|Division (II) Communication of Ideas|
| Section II. Modes of Communication|
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|NOUN:||TEACHING &c. v.; pedagogics, pedagogy; instruction; edification; education; tuition; tutorship, tutorage, tutelage; direction, guidance; opsimathy [rare].|
PREPARATION, qualification, training, schooling &c. v.; discipline; exercise, exercitation, drill, practice.
PERSUASION, proselytism, propagandism, propaganda; indoctrination, inculcation, inoculation, initiation.
LESSON, lecture, sermon, homily, harangue, disquisition; apologue, parable; discourse, prelection or prælection, preachment; explanation (interpretation) [See Interpretation]; chalk talk [colloq.].
Chautauqua -system, - course; lyceum [U. S.].
exercise, task; curriculum; course, - of study; grammar, three Rs; A. B. C. (beginning) [See Beginning].
[EDUCATION] elementary -, primary -, grammar school -, common school -, high school -, secondary -, technical -, college -, collegiate -, military -, university -, liberal -, classical -, academic -, religious -, denominational -, moral -, secular- education; propædeutics, moral tuition; the humanities, humanism, humane studies.
normal -, kindergarten- -course, - training; vocational -training, - therapeutics; Montessori system.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION, physical drill, gymnastics, calisthenics, eurythmics or eurhythmics; sloyd.
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|VERB:||TEACH, instruct, edify, school, tutor; cram [colloq.], grind [colloq.], prime, coach; enlighten (inform) [See Information].|
inculcate, indoctrinate, inoculate, infuse, instill, infix, ingraft or engraft, infiltrate; imbue, impregnate, implant; graft, sow the seeds of, disseminate, propagate.
give an idea of; put up to [slang]; put in the way of; set right.
sharpen the wits, enlarge the mind; give new ideas, open the eyes, bring forward, teach the young idea how to shoot [Thomson]; improve [See Improvement].
direct, guide; direct attention to (attention) [See Attention]; impress upon the -mind, - memory; beat into, - the head; convince (belief) [See Belief].
EXPOUND (interpret) [See Interpretation]; lecture; read -, give- a -lesson, - lecture, - sermon, - discourse; incept [Cambridge Univ., Eng.]; hold forth, preach; prelect or prælect, sermonize, moralize; point a moral.
TRAIN, discipline; bring up, - to; educate, form, ground, prepare, qualify, drill, exercise, practice, habituate, familiarize with, nurture, drynurse, breed, rear, take in hand; break, - in; tame; preinstruct; initiate, graduate; inure (habituate) [See Habit].
put to nurse, send to school.
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|ADJECTIVE:||EDUCATIONAL; scholastic, academic, doctrinal; disciplinal, disciplinary, instructive, instructional, hortatory, homiletic or homiletical, pedagogic or pedagogical, didactic; teaching &c. v.; taught &c. v.; propædeutic or propædeutical; propagative; cultural, humanistic, humane; pragmatic or pragmatical, practical, utilitarian; naturalistic, psychological, scientific, sociological, eclectic, coeducational.|
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- The schoolmaster abroad.
- A bovi majori discit arare minor.
- Adeo in teneris consuescere multum est.Vergil
- Docendo discimus.
- Quæ nocent docent.
- Qui docet discit.
- Sermons in stones and good in everything.As You Like It
- We will our youth lead on to higher fields.II Henry IV