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they try not only to convey knowledge, but also norms and values, respect and charity on a biblical basis.
That it was through language that man can preserve and convey knowledge to posterity.
"Teachers should do more than simply convey knowledge. I also always ponder how I can find topics that students will be interested in.
or among two or more disciplines to convey knowledge or explain problems or issues.
The campaigns are a vital source to convey knowledge and techniques to detect breast cancer at an early stage.
There will be a bilingual simultaneous translation in order to convey knowledge and increase the benefit to the lecturers and audience in addition to distribution of Professor Casey's latest book: (Sustainable Leadership).
These authors are seeker-teachers, eager to convey knowledge, hope, and even grace to their seeker-readers.
He is drawn to sell real estate because of ability to convey knowledge and eagerness to satisfy his clients' needs.
Unlike many other recent studies of post-Wall film, such as The Collapse of the Conventional, edited by Jaimey Fisher and Brad Prager, that delineate a shift from the ostensibly apolitical cinema of the 1990's, which has been famously named the cinema of consensus by Eric Rentschler, Post- Wall German Cinema and National History explores a wide array of history films that include mainstream box office hits, films with smaller audiences, and television films without privileging those that convey certain aesthetic or politically innovative attitudes, arguing that they all operate on a cognitive level, and that the central concern is to identify to what extent these films convey knowledge and, in doing so, contribute to the national master narrative.
The Common Core standards also include this statement: "Through reading...challenging informational texts in a range of subjects, students are expected to build knowledge, gain insights, explore possibilities, and broaden their perspective." With its focus on nonfiction informational text, the Common Core Standards for Language Arts make clear the need for students to engage in texts that convey knowledge. Our subject areas, technology and engineering, are ripe with texts that can be used to meet these standards.
"The objectives of the drill will not only be confined to monitoring the distributor of children's pornographic files, but will convey knowledge, exchange of expertise in evaluating the risks through observing the attitude patterns of the culprits, which help in determining the priorities of the investigation and verification," he added.
Having also practiced in government, business, and non-governmental organizations, they bring to this text a desire to convey knowledge of what "really happens on the ground..." as well as "a sophisticated understanding of the law as it is and, perhaps more important, as it could be." Along with the roles played by national and international governments and agencies, the text emphasizes the roles of citizens, nongovernmental organizations, scientists, and business.