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    Could one use the word 'leader' for someone who isn't a teacher but works with children and organizes certain activities for them (drama classes for instance or reading activities or sports activities)?

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    Re: leader

    'Instructor' could be another word for 'teacher' in these cases,I guess

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    Re: leader

    You could use 'leader' with some- you have team leaders, but not for reading, IMO.

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