October 27th, 2019

Hawaii Five 0::Steve & Danny::TY

Word of the Day 10/27/19 Realia

Realia (noun)
realia [ ree-ey-lee-uh, -al-ee-uh, rey-ah-lee-uh ]


plural noun
1. Education. objects, as coins, tools, etc., used by a teacher to illustrate everyday living.
2. Philosophy. things that are real.

Origin: 1945–50; < Late Latin reālia real (things), neuter plural of reālis; see real

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REALIA
It is useless to undertake a demonstration of the utility of the realia.
OUTLINES OF EDUCATIONAL DOCTRINE|JOHN FREDERICK HERBART

The realia and mathematics can be connected more easily than other studies with the pupils experience (101, 102).
OUTLINES OF EDUCATIONAL DOCTRINE|JOHN FREDERICK HERBART

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.