direct attention to

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Those who constantly direct attention to the Negro youth's moral weaknesses, and compare his advancement with that of white youths, do not consider the influence of the memories which cling about the old family homesteads.
She was to pay particular attention to the FMF group's use of por/para and ser/estar and was permitted the following feedback options: 1) recasting, 2) clarification request for both meaning and form, 3) explicit feedback by calling direct attention to non-target like productions, and 4) metalinguistic feedback.
Symbols routinely refer to absent abstractions, whereas signs merely direct attention to potential objects of experience.
These processes help direct attention to the importance of potential errors and prioritization of change efforts.
The new masthead and the use of various fonts and typefaces attract the reader to pick the paper up and then direct attention to significant sections and articles of general and specific interest.
What readers may be left wanting more of, after reading Moten's challenging volume, is precisely this kind of direct attention to the matter at hand.
Rather, educators must learn to respond to a violent episode without gratuitously calling so much direct attention to it.
These rankings direct attention to certain comparative strengths and weaknesses.
It will be nice to direct attention to Fort William as it played an important role in the development of the Highlands.
Briefly explain why revolutions, in Iran and elsewhere, often direct attention to a foreign adversary.
Wiser heads, meanwhile, seek to direct attention to areas of concern whose existence proves that, to some degree at least, Mr Gove's doubts are shared.
It may be well to direct attention to an article written by Dr.