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Answers A,B,C

B, C , D

A,B,C

My answer is B, C and F.

A
C
F

A
B
C

a
c
f

B,c f

BCF

B, C, F

B
C
E

A,B,E

B,C,D

A C E

BCF

A
C
F

B C E

BCE

B

C

E

My answer is B,C,

There are several things we know about really effective teachers. One of them is the most effective teachers have the largest number of metaphors and the largest number of examples to choose from, and the best choosing a right one and a technique at the right moment. So really expert teachers have to be an old in this. Yes, Yeah, or learn from people like a little fella.

The teachers have a vast store of move, you think of like a chess player. They can go to and giving situations, so the more move you have , you know more error and a quiver, more likely you are able to get through thoughts of moments

Again, just moving makes different to students to being pay attention.
It’s also the way of signal you gonna change up.

My answer is B,C,D

My answer is A,B,C

A, C, F

B, C, F

B, C, D

B,C,F

B,C,D(4 times listening)

My answer is B, C, D

B C F

b c f

BCF

BCF

B,C,F

B
C
D

C, E, F

b,c,f


A
B
C

there are several things that we know 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 the best of choosing the right ones and techniques at the right moment..
so really expert teachers is'nt help us to be old in this..yeah..really excelent teachers have a vast store of moves, you can think of them like a chest player so they can go to it in given situation, so more move you have the more.... the more likley you are be able to get through this right.. at the moments
but again just moving makes a difference and students being able to pay attention and it's also a way of signaling when you're gonna change up

B
C
F

BCF

A,C,f

B
C
E

B c f

BCF

BCF

B
C
F

sorry my answer is
B C F

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

B
C
D

B
C
F

B.C.F.

ABC

I tried to write down the text of this clip as completely as I could, but still I failed to give all three demanded options -- it seems that there are only two of them meets the given requirements. I'll list my judgement of every option and try to make an explanation attached to each of them down here. I'm looking forward to the completed original text or any discussions.

A) is FALSE because nothing concerning "exercises" is mentioned, instead it should be "metaphors" or "examples";
B) is TRUE because "they're the best to choose the right ones and techniques at the right moment";
C) is TRUE as you can find out the reason in the same sentence given above↑.
D) is FALSE for the clip says "really expert teachers isn't beheld (past participle of behold) to be old in this"
E) is FALSE because "chess players" is only a metaphor -- "you think them as chess players"
F) is FALSE for it has nothing to do with teachers paying attention to student -- it's that teachers can make their students pay attention.

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Here is what I heard. Several places were still not clear for me.

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 form, and they're the best to choosing(isn't this supposed to be 'choose' here?) the right ones and techniques at the right moment.
So really expert teachers isn't beheld (past participle of behold) to be old in this, yeah?(audiences giggling)-- or to learn from people who've been (something sounds like 'reinfela'?), really excellent teachers have vast store of moves-- You think them as chess players --that they can go to in different situations, and so the more moves you have-- you know, the more arrows in your quiver--the more likely you are able to get through these sorts of moments.
But again, just moving makes a difference with students in being able to pay attention, and it's also a way of signaling when you're going to change up.

B c F

my answer
B
C
F

CDF

My answer is B,C, F

A C F

A,C and F

My answer is B, C and E

bcd

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 largest number of examples to choose from and they are best in choosing the right ones and techniques at the best moment. So really experted teachers didn't have to be old and they learn from people like a little fella. Really excellent teachers have a vast store of moves, and you think they are chess-players and they can go to if given a situation . The more moves you have, you know, the more areas you can quiver, the more likely you are able to get through this at the moments. But again, just moving makes a difference and students are able to pay attetion. It's also way of singling when you are gonna change up.

a
b
c

A,B,C

A. B. C

B,C,E

BCF

A,C,E

Abc

Hello sir ,if possible to explain the answer. its really inexplicable helpful for us like me kindda studen.
thanks

correct ans:
B C D .
the ans D was a bit confusing , This line may be the keyword:
So really experted teachers didn't have to be old for ans D

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 to choose the right ones and techniques at the right moment.
So really expert teacher doesn't have to be old in this, yeah? (giggling) -- or to learn from people who've been around for a while, really excellent teachers have a vast store of moves-- You think 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 able to get through these sorts of moments.
But again, just moving makes a difference with students in being able to pay attention, and it's also a way of signaling when you're going to change up.

My answer is BCF

bcf

BCF

B
C
F

B C D

B C D

HOW can I know whether my answer is correct?

a
b
d

c
b
f

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