Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

Class IV. Words Relating to the Intellectual Faculties
Division (II) Communication of Ideas
Section II. Modes of Communication

537. Teaching.

   NOUN:TEACHING &c. v.; pedagogics, pedagogy; instruction; edification; education; tuition; tutorship, tutorage, tutelage; direction, guidance; opsimathy [rare].
  PREPARATION, qualification, training, schooling &c. v.; discipline; exercise, exercitation, drill, practice.
  PERSUASION, proselytism, propagandism, propaganda; indoctrination, inculcation, inoculation, initiation.
  LESSON, lecture, sermon, homily, harangue, disquisition; apologue, parable; discourse, prelection or prælection, preachment; explanation (interpretation) [See Interpretation]; chalk talk [colloq.].
  Chautauqua -system, – course; lyceum [U. S.].
  exercise, task; curriculum; course, – of study; grammar, three R’s; A. B. C. (beginning) [See Beginning].
  [EDUCATION] elementary -, primary -, grammar school -, common school -, high school -, secondary -, technical -, college -, collegiate -, military -, university -, liberal -, classical -, academic -, religious -, denominational -, moral -, secular- education; propædeutics, moral tuition; the humanities, humanism, humane studies.
  normal -, kindergarten- -course, – training; vocational -training, – therapeutics; Montessori system.
  PHYSICAL EDUCATION, physical drill, gymnastics, calisthenics, eurythmics or eurhythmics; sloyd.
   VERB:TEACH, instruct, edify, school, tutor; cram [colloq.], grind [colloq.], prime, coach; enlighten (inform) [See Information].
  inculcate, indoctrinate, inoculate, infuse, instill, infix, ingraft or engraft, infiltrate; imbue, impregnate, implant; graft, sow the seeds of, disseminate, propagate.
  give an idea of; put up to [slang]; put in the way of; set right.
  sharpen the wits, enlarge the mind; give new ideas, open the eyes, bring forward, “teach the young idea how to shoot” [Thomson]; improve [See Improvement].
  direct, guide; direct attention to (attention) [See Attention]; impress upon the -mind, – memory; beat into, – the head; convince (belief) [See Belief].
  EXPOUND (interpret) [See Interpretation]; lecture; read -, give- a -lesson, – lecture, – sermon, – discourse; incept [Cambridge Univ., Eng.]; hold forth, preach; prelect or prælect, sermonize, moralize; point a moral.
  TRAIN, discipline; bring up, – to; educate, form, ground, prepare, qualify, drill, exercise, practice, habituate, familiarize with, nurture, drynurse, breed, rear, take in hand; break, – in; tame; preinstruct; initiate, graduate; inure (habituate) [See Habit].
  put to nurse, send to school.
   ADJECTIVE:EDUCATIONAL; scholastic, academic, doctrinal; disciplinal, disciplinary, instructive, instructional, hortatory, homiletic or homiletical, pedagogic or pedagogical, didactic; teaching &c. v.; taught &c. v.; propædeutic or propædeutical; propagative; cultural, humanistic, humane; pragmatic or pragmatical, practical, utilitarian; naturalistic, psychological, scientific, sociological, eclectic, coeducational.
  1. The schoolmaster abroad.
  2. A bovi majori discit arare minor.
  3. Adeo in teneris consuescere multum est.—Vergil
  4. Docendo discimus.
  5. Quæ nocent docent.
  6. Qui docet discit.
  7. Sermons in stones and good in everything.—As You Like It
  8. We will our youth lead on to higher fields.—II Henry IV