In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word deter. This word is used as a verb and means to discourage someone from doing something, usually using doubt or fear. Synonyms for deter include prevent, stop and avert. The word comes from Latin 'deterrere', a word formed with de- ‘away from’ and terrere ‘frighten'.
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Watching two completely different ways in which a teacher approach the class and the lesson plan shows to be very effective in spotting the clear mistakes a teacher can make in the classroom. The teachers attitude is key for a successful learning environment and the engage phase can either make or break the lesson. A very valuable part of this whole course for me!This unit talked about how to plan a lesson. I really like how this unit covered an example about how a lesson plan can be made and implemented by using the ESA method. It made the ESA method much more clearer and easier to form for future lessons. The overall information presented was quite broad and easy to understand. The demonstration lesson really helped me.