The children with CHARGE syndrome communicated in numerous ways, both receptively
Comprehension is always measured receptively
with multiple choice or true/false activities.
In essence, it argues that to make the most of lucky accidents in business it's important to keep an open mind, listen receptively
and be willing to make mistakes.
Receptive Language : By the conclusion of the 10-week period, CM reached established criterion levels (80%) for following two-step directives and receptively
identifying colors, nouns, verbs, adjectives and prepositions by pointing to the symbol representing the words on fixed and dynamic displays.
The compassionate gaze cultivates our capacity for attention, sharpens our vision, stimulates all of our senses, mobilizes all of our energies; in short, it makes us receptively
to 'look' in this sense, means to open one's eyes receptively
to whatever offers itself to one's vision, and the things seen enter into us, so to speak, without calling for any effort or strain on our part to possess them" (31).
Hull and Blackburn are now 16th and 17th receptively
, both three points above the drop zone and with the same goal difference.
And where on Roy Kelly's earth would you find the audience to listen receptively
This knowing occurs in thinking deeply about daily life, perhaps receptively
, perhaps poetically, perhaps intuitively.
Further, we attempt to check whether an increase in the number of hours of exposure to the target language implies a gain in the amount of words learners know receptively
When people read the Bible receptively
and intuitively, they found that it gave them intimations of transcendence.
Listening intently and receptively
to what others say.