How to Pronounce 'SWASHBUCKLER' - English Pronunciation
In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word swashbuckler. This word is a noun and describes a swashbuckling person. The word has been used since the 16th century and is a combination of the words 'swash' and 'buckler'.
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Here we learn how to draw a lesson plan and its various forms which could include detailing out on a piece of paper,jotting on a piece of paper or even on the margin of the text book.However, it should be flexible and simple.it should include students lesson objective and the teacher should check on the availability of all necessary materials before timeOne of the things that I have learned from this unit is that it is important to use the first lesson in order to establish rapport. I have also learned that it would not be motivating to start right into the textbook during the first lesson. I have also learned that it is a good idea to start with warmer activities to get students engaged and interested.