Praise for educational achievement.


SE LEHIO(SAY – LEE -  HIGH – OH) The School

SE LEHIO = (SAY – LAY – HIGH -OH) The Classroom

SE OHIO = (SAY – OH – HIGH – OH) The Office


LEHORVE = (LEE – HOR – VAY) Teaching Tongue.

SE LEYER = (SAY LEE YER) The Teacher


SE OHIO = (SAY – OH – HIGH – OH) The Office



LESHOURE = (LAY – SHOW – OO – RAY) Praise for educational achievement.


LESHOURE – Leshoure = (LAY – SHOW – OO – RAY) Praise for educational achievement.

The word praise originates from the Latin verb pretiare, meaning to highly value.

The seminal work on the use of praise within the classroom context was produced by J. Brophy who defined praise as “commending the worth of” or “to express approval or admiration” (1981, p.5). J. Thomas (1991) used the term “descriptive reinforcement” to describe praise. He outlined a three stage model for providing praise in the classroom as follows: (a) personalize the praise by using the student’s name, (b) use one of 110 praise statements, and (c) outline what the student did to merit being praised. P. C. Burnett (2001) referred to Thomas’s 110 statements as general praise noting examples such as “that’s great,” “well done,” “terrific job,” and “that’s fantastic.” In summary, teacher praise involves positive words, accompanied by positive affect, and as such is a targeted, affective response to students’ behaviors or performance.


What makes LESUHORVÊ different from all other languages?


The word structure of LESUHORVÊ is based upon ten basic colors: Black, Blue, Red, Brown, Purple, Green, Orange, Yellow, Gray and White. Each color represents certain ideals and concepts. Each color has a positive and negative side, but only the positive ideas and concepts are represented by the variegated lines. The colors have their own unique and special identity and meaning. Each color needs itself and the other colors to form words just as each digit in our numerical system needs itself and the other digits to form numbers of different values.

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What is Avatar?

• AVATAR (noun)

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A new personification of a familiar idea

Classified under:

Nouns denoting people


avatar; embodiment; incarnation

Context examples:

the embodiment of hope / the incarnation of evil / the very avatar of cunning

Hypernyms (“avatar” is a kind of…):

personification (a person who represents an abstract quality)

Hyponyms (each of the following is a kind of “avatar”):

deification (an embodiment of the qualities of a god)

reincarnation (embodiment in a new form (especially the reappearance or a person in another form))

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