13 May 2022

straire

Definition


straire; strict but fair, straightforward, demonstrate you care........................................................................................................................................................................ straire; strict, fair, care, ‘aire’ Irish aire f (genitive singular aire) 1. care, attention 2. heed, notice aire; (iterary) nobleman, chief, freeman Italian aire; impulse, start (of a motion) literally, “to give the start to something”) Old French aire; appearance; semblance straightforward; uncomplicated and easy to do or understand.

Example use


"So what do you think about that new teacher?"............................................................................................................................................................................ "I heard he's very, "straire"!...................................................................................................................................................................'straire' ?? .....................................................................What do you mean as an example?................................................................................................................................................................ For example: Classroom Management, ‘straire’ means the teacher is, strict, but, ‘fair’, straightforward, shows he cares, by establishing a formidable classroom management course, one that includes clear objectives and expectations, setting a straire, strict but, fair, 'aire', a course where students are realistically challenged, can help with handling difficult students, establishing criteria set towards challenging the students enough to motivate them, supporting each other like a collaborative team, facilitated by a t teacher who is "straire" So you can call me "FRED Estraire!!" You mean like Fred Flintstone in a Mexican Monkey house jail??!! No ...its from "FRED ESTAIRE" was a most famous dancer of all time back in the 30 and 40's...

Word came from


Strict, fair, straightforward, care