structured language

structured language

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As a result, the academy introduced EALIP - a structured language programme designed for children new to English.
It is very difficult for teachers to implement what they have been taught unless there is an administrative structure and context for implementing structured language and literacy practices, which are going to be more effective with the majority of students.
A structured language for describing cyber threat information so it can be shared, stored, and analyzed in a consistent manner.
Thus, Tomasello suggests that the following all emerge together: demographic expansion; reflective group identity; conformist social learning, as it becomes important to conform to and thus badge group membership; high fidelity intergenerational transmission (via conformist social learning); norm sensitivity (as agents come to care about what the group as a whole thinks of them, not just specific individual others); cultural common ground (as certain practices become defaults, and known as defaults, across the group); full, structured language (as more has to be made explicit, as agents without rich shared histories communicate with one another).
Matrix of Multisensory Structured Language Programs--This collection of programs zeroes in on those with a successful track record in classroom use.
In order to retrieve information from automated system, it provides facility of querying by using some structured language with combination of underlying database.
However, the variation of cues may prove to yield a more structured language form.
This opens up a huge door into the uses of language--be it instructional language, informative language, descriptive language, creative language, formal language, structured language and more.
Natural language searching trumps structured language searching.

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