Definition of Reteach

1. Verb. teach again ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Reteach

1. teach [v -TAUGHT, -TEACHING, -TEACHES] - See also: teach

Lexicographical Neighbors of Reteach

rete cyst of ovary
rete foraminis ovalis
rete malleolare laterale
rete malleolare mediale
rete mirabile
rete ovarii
rete patellae
rete pegs
rete ridges
rete subpapillare
rete vasculosum articulare
rete venosum dorsale manus
rete venosum dorsale pedis
rete venosum plantare
reteach (current term)
reteaches
reteaching
reteam
reteamed
reteaming
reteams
retear
retearing
retears
retecious
retection
retections
retee
reteed

Literary usage of Reteach

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Test Talk: Integrating Test Preparation Into Reading Workshop by Amy H. Greene, Glennon Doyle Melton (2007)
"Assess: Notice students who need further instruction and reteach as needed before ... reteach during reading groups and individual reading conferences. ..."

2. Educational Satellite Long Guarantee Program Act, and Distance Learning by DIANE Publishing Company (1998)
"... that we have incorporated into the elementary schools called teach-reteach. ... technique in the teach-reteach concept So tL vY^gTe t0 ..."

3. The American Journal of Education by Henry Barnard (1856)
"... the full exercise of investigating skill, by making practically mere competence to reteach what has been taught, the main requirement for her chairs. ..."

4. Japan by Walter G. Dickson, Mayo Williamson Hazeltine (1898)
"This Corean, Onin, may have been brought over to replac^ or to reteach what had been lost: for in more recent times it is known that, after the long civil ..."

5. Japan: Being a Sketch of the History, Government and Officers of the Empire by Walter G. Dickson (1869)
"... replace or to reteach what had been lost: for in more recent times it is known that, after the long civil wars of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, ..."

6. Japan by Walter G. Dickson, Mayo Williamson Hazeltine (1901)
"This Corean, Onin, may have been brought over to replace or to reteach what had been lost: for in more recent times it is known that, after the long civil ..."

7. The Influence of Horace on the Chief English Poets of the Nineteenth Century by Mary Rebecca Thayer (1916)
"... And thus Pope quotes the precept to reteach From his translation; but had none admired, Would Pope have sung, or Horace been inspired? ..."

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