functional language

functional language

(language)
A language that supports and encourages functional programming.
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The instructional procedure took into consideration his functional language needs, moving beyond the focus of acquisition for the sake of acquisition.
The approach, called functional language analysis (FLA), provides teachers with a set of practical tools for engaging students in systematically analysing the language patterns and discussing the meanings of these patterns in content area texts.
In other disciplines, such as the electronic arts, terms of art employ more functional language (e.
They are the basic components of a stylish, visual and functional language for your walls that also has numerous practical uses.
Some children with ASDs develop language more or less normally but have a delay in socially functional language and rarely use language to initiate social interaction (Roge, 2003; Stone & CaroMartinez, 1990).
To my mind, the more important and urgent question is whether Kurdish can be developed into a fully functional language of education, mass communication and even administration in the Kurdish-inhabited provinces of Turkey.
The sentences and clause level grammar descriptors tend to use functional language while the word level grammar descriptors use the metalanguage of traditional grammar.
Congress's willingness to establish the possibility of expressing claim elements in functional language is unambiguously reflected in the Patent Act of 1952 and its legislative history.
Multi-core is a key area where functional language technologies can make a major impact on the real world.
Have access to information in their most functional language through a qualified professional, or through an interpreter and/or printed material, and access to culturally sensitive services when the person with aphasia speaks a language different from English and/or is from an ethnically/ culturally diverse background.
Children with autism who have no functional language present one of the greatest challenges to parents and practitioners because of their detachment from the environment and inability to communicate.
He describes the model of tense that Halliday proposed in An Introduction to Functional Grammar and identifies problems with the approach, then offers his alternative and shows how it leads to a new systematic functional language description of tense and aspect and how that plays out in the narrative mode.

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