reteach

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reteach

(ˌriːˈtiːtʃ)
vb (tr)
(Education) to teach again

reteach


Past participle: retaught
Gerund: reteaching

Imperative
reteach
reteach
Present
I reteach
you reteach
he/she/it reteaches
we reteach
you reteach
they reteach
Preterite
I retaught
you retaught
he/she/it retaught
we retaught
you retaught
they retaught
Present Continuous
I am reteaching
you are reteaching
he/she/it is reteaching
we are reteaching
you are reteaching
they are reteaching
Present Perfect
I have retaught
you have retaught
he/she/it has retaught
we have retaught
you have retaught
they have retaught
Past Continuous
I was reteaching
you were reteaching
he/she/it was reteaching
we were reteaching
you were reteaching
they were reteaching
Past Perfect
I had retaught
you had retaught
he/she/it had retaught
we had retaught
you had retaught
they had retaught
Future
I will reteach
you will reteach
he/she/it will reteach
we will reteach
you will reteach
they will reteach
Future Perfect
I will have retaught
you will have retaught
he/she/it will have retaught
we will have retaught
you will have retaught
they will have retaught
Future Continuous
I will be reteaching
you will be reteaching
he/she/it will be reteaching
we will be reteaching
you will be reteaching
they will be reteaching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reteaching
you have been reteaching
he/she/it has been reteaching
we have been reteaching
you have been reteaching
they have been reteaching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reteaching
you will have been reteaching
he/she/it will have been reteaching
we will have been reteaching
you will have been reteaching
they will have been reteaching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reteaching
you had been reteaching
he/she/it had been reteaching
we had been reteaching
you had been reteaching
they had been reteaching
Conditional
I would reteach
you would reteach
he/she/it would reteach
we would reteach
you would reteach
they would reteach
Past Conditional
I would have retaught
you would have retaught
he/she/it would have retaught
we would have retaught
you would have retaught
they would have retaught
References in periodicals archive ?
feedback from each test should be carefully examined to ascertain what needs more emphasis or what needs reteaching.
If they are careful to plan initial instruction that can reach all of their students, then they will have to do much less reteaching and remediating later on, avoiding the struggles and frustrations that lead so many students to lose hope early on in the school year.
Before i-Ready, teachers had to spend as many as four to six weeks reteaching at the beginning of the school year.
If there is to be a reteaching of rotational forceps, they'd better catch us old codgers fast before we die off (I am 72) and grant us malpractice relief (I no longer have insurance).
Content/Features: A Quick Start Guide provides the user with the ability to create a class, build a quiz, upload student papers, grade student work, and analyze results for reteaching.
You're reteaching them what they think the business is.
Berman's "old days" may stretch further back than 42 years but I can assure him reteaching is far from new.
Instead of reteaching with a shotgun approach, we reteach with precision and drill down to individual students.
Other duties at the school house besides instructing include grading and producing quizzes, administering and grading tests, ordering materials, preparing practical exercises, reteaching and retesting Soldiers who did not make a 70% on their test.
This reteaching moment allows him to check for understanding while also giving the class the chance to hear the instructions again.
To Ken Chute for generously teaching and reteaching the Editor how to establish the layout and styles of the Review and for informing him about the aesthetics and technical details of quality printing, not withstanding errata signifying discrepancies between knowledge and practice;
0 allows us to spend less time reteaching patients about their medications, as everything is clearly stated with visuals to accompany each medication.