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Phrases of teaching and learning

TermDefinition
academic year the period of the year during which students go to school or university
class a group of students who are taught together
dropout a person who leaves school or college before they have finished their studies
education a process of teaching, training and learning, especially in schools or colleges, to improve knowledge and develop skills
exam a test, especially at school or college, to see how much you know about a subject, or what you can do
grade a mark given in an exam or for a piece of school work
head teacher a teacher who is in charge of a school
knowledge the information, understanding and skills that you gain through education or experience
pupil a person who is being taught, especially a child in a school
scholarship an amount of money given to somebody by an organization to help pay for their education
teach to help somebody learn something by giving information about it
extra-curricular not part of the usual course of work or studies at a school or college
Created by: sheilama