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1998) The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills: Scoring Instructions and IEP Development Guide.
Ganahl's argument is that even basic language education is politically fraught, since the tilted socioeconomic playing field makes it virtually impossible for some people (read: poor immigrants) to ever achieve "mastery.
In both public and Catholic systems, large percentages of students are graduating from high school with scarcely acceptable levels of literacy; some even go to college lacking in basic language and grammar skills.
A new Immersion Centre for late-comers will be needed to give between 50 and 75 children basic language skills to enable them to be able join the education system.
It features the Sato Embedded Basic Language, and offers users the flexibility to create and load customized stand-alone programs into the printer.
It provides MC BASIC (true BASIC language with a motion command set), full math capability for expanded motion control functionality and multi-tasking language for enhanced machine control.
For many supply chain managers tasked with adopting lean principles for the first time, the initial order of business is learning the basic language and concepts of lean.
Unpaid trainees must have signed a training agreement and should receive basic language training if required.
Wrapped in a skin of galvanized steel (metal cladding is still a comparative rarity in Portugal), this elevated, floating volume forms a kind of framing device for the entire site and establishes a basic language of elongated volumes precisely incised by long horizontal slashes of glazing.
And now they aim to reach out to the wider community including ethnic minorities and asylum seekers with basic language training.
In addition to basic steps such as putting the form in basic language, ensuring both oral and written consent, and making it a uniform document, symposium participants suggested giving community workshops on the information contained in these forms, particularly around such issues as the use and disposition of samples.

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