Several people commented that they found last week's listening exercise useful, but that they would like to see the full transcript of what the speaker said.
Here's the recording again, with the full transcript and answers underlined:
There are several things that we know about really effective teachers. One of them is that the most effective teachers have the largest number of metaphors and the largest number of examples to choose from, and they’re the best at choosing the right ones, and techniques at the right moment. So, really expert teachers - I think it helps to be old in this, you know, or to learn from people who’ve been around for a while - really excellent teachers have a vast store of ‘moves’ (if we think of them as chess players) that they can go to in a given situation. And so the more moves you have, you know, the more arrows in your quiver, the more likely you are to be able to get through those sorts of moments. But again, just moving makes a difference for students in being able to pay attention, and it’s also a way of signalling when you’re going to change up.