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worksheet

a sheet of paper containing exercises to be completed by a pupil or student

worksheet

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When the situation calls for an explanation, it can be advantageous to insert a text box or balloon callout in your worksheet to explain the underlying methodology or simply to provide instructions for using it.
Each worksheet had three parts: information where the representations or concepts were explicitly introduced; questions where ideas were to be internalised through application in two questions specific to the information in each worksheet and one common question that was appropriate to the information from both worksheets; and reflection which included two questions designed to promote students' metacognition and self-evaluation.
The NAIC puts the model worksheet in its Guidance Manual for Rating Aspects of the Long-Term Care Insurance Model Regulation.
The cells don't have to be in the current worksheet, but they do have to be somewhere in the current workbook.
After preparing a worksheet in hard copy braille, the participant completed an online transcription survey about the preparation of the specific worksheet.
Apps created with the Intel(R) XDK Storyboard Worksheet Project can be packaged and distributed both for iOS* and Android* mobile platforms.
Worksheet time can be easily replaced with silent reading time, journaling, or other solitary activities that require little teacher supervision.
Input: Put all variables in this worksheet so all input can done in one location.
A "flowchart worksheet," which helps shows relationships among instructional sections
Since the worksheet order was determined by the data entry technician and not by the accession number order, this could be a tedious and time-consuming process.
In addition to the redesigned forms, a worksheet was developed.
Unified School District designed a worksheet to assist employees with their own risk assessment.