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|Jennifer Speake. calmseeAFTER a storm comes a calm. camelsee it is the LAST |
straw that breaks the camel's back; TRUST in God but tie your camel. He who
CAN, does; he who cannot, teaches There are many (frequently humorous) ...
|The old English term taecean was one of the first English words for “teach” and |
meant, “to show how to do” (Moran 1997). In other words ... Shaw who stated the
now infamous, “He who can, does; he who cannot, teaches.” He may not have ...
|(Spanish) Tea Ifman has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth |
and beauty. (Japanese) Teach, Taught He who can does, he who cannot teaches
. (German) He who is not taught by God is taught by man. (Irish) He who teaches
|To George Bernard Shaw's 'He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches' can be |
added 'He who cannot teach, administers', and finally, 'He who cannot administer
, teaches administrators'. (The male-biased syntax is historically and perhaps ...
|When their eyes met he revised his tone slightly. "The NYU gig isn't too bad. But |
you know the famous saying of George Bernard Shaw's: 'He who can, does. He
who cannot, teaches.'" "'And he who cannot teach, teaches gym class'," Jill added
|"HE WHO CAN, DOES. HE WHO CANNOT, teaches." This acid indictment of |
teaching by George Bernard Shaw may be undeserved slander of a profession
that is as old as Socrates. However, a growing number of students, parents and
|Can he or she be depended upon to continue taking care of the child? ... Why do |
some people teach or bring their children up in such a different manner? ... But,
teachers always utter the well-worn repartee: “He who cannot teach, teaches.
|I will never forget the way he used to rise up on his tip-toes on his little short legs |
to reach the top notes. It wasn't so much as if he was ... Clive said, 'Bernard Shaw
says "He who can, does: he who cannot, teaches." I say "He who can, lives: he ...
|They do not allow “the native hue of resolution ” to be “sicklied o'er with the pale |
cast of thought.” Mr. Bernard Shaw said that he who can, does, and he who
cannot, teaches. One might parallel this by remarking that he who can think,