Teach

Teach may also refer to:

  • A teacher (slang)
  • Téach (or Tígh), an Irish language term referring to a home or residence
  • Blackbeard (Edward Teach), a notorious pirate
  • Teach: Tony Danza, a reality show on A&E

Other articles related to "teach":

The Hop-Garden
... how To cure, and in capacious sacks infold, I teach in verse Miltonian (The Hop-Garden Book the First, 4-6) ... basis of the poem and that he would "teach" how to farm hops in order to use them to flavor alcoholic drinks ... However, Smart does more than "teach in verse Miltonian" as he relies on various forms and styles to "express a variety of viewpoints." ...
Sharda Rani Trivedi - Family and Early Life
... and later moved with her mother and father to Varanasi, where her grandfather was invited to teach Persian in the newly formed Banaras Hindu University ... Although they were rich landlords her grandfather chose to teach and sold off their estate and relocated to Banaras (present day Varanasi) ... He was on his way to the United States where he was invited to teach but died en route at New Delhi ...
Wendy Kopp
... Founder and Chair of the Board, Teach For America CEO and Co-Founder, Teach For All Wendy Sue Kopp (born June 29, 1967) is the CEO and Co-Founder of Teach ... the Founder and Chair of the Board of Teach For America (TFA), the national teaching corps ...
American Buffalo (film) - Plot
... Teach, who has no visible means of support, spends many hours each day at the shop, as does Bobby, a young man who is eager to please Donny in any way he can ... Teach comes up with a scheme to rob the home of a man whose safe is said to contain rare coins ... Teach's nerves are already on edge when Bobby suddenly returns to say that a third man involved in that night's robbery can't go through with it because he is in the hospital ...
See, Amid The Winter's Snow - Lyrics
... Teach, O teach us, Holy Child, By Thy face so meek and mild, Teach us to resemble Thee, In Thy sweet humility ...

Famous quotes containing the word teach:

    What we men share is the experience of having been raised by women in a culture that stopped our fathers from being close enough to teach us how to be men, in a world in which men were discouraged from talking about our masculinity and questioning its roots and its mystique, in a world that glorified masculinity and gave us impossibly unachievable myths of masculine heroics, but no domestic models to teach us how to do it.
    Frank Pittman (20th century)

    Clara: I don’t think a mother should depend so much upon her children for her rewards in life.
    Mrs. Pilletti: Well, that’s what they teach you in New York University. It real life, it no work out like this.
    Paddy Chayefsky (1923–1981)

    None may teach it—Any—
    ‘Tis the Seal Despair—
    Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)