- 言传身教 [yán chuán shēn jiào]
- teach by precept and example; instruct and influence others by one's word and deed; set up examples for others with both precept and practice; teach by personal example as well as verbal instruction; teach and also set an example by one's deeds; teach by words and influence by deeds; Precept and example should go hand in hand as effective instruction.
They are mentors and role models.
Teach them good manners and behavior through your actions as much as your words.
There I met surgeon Yvette Matory, a 45-year-old black graduate of both Yale College and Yale Medical School.
In the primitive society in order to meet the needs of the production and life, Wushu education was given with spoken language and deeds.
Fathers talk about newborns entering the world and about coaching Little League, of sons marrying and having their own sons, and of the passing of tradition.
Take tears through dozens of pear-flower-spear plus white-ape-cudgel differences in the XiFanDu personnel, frank identity sin, verbal instrution, warning posterity.