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How did your child communicate receptively and expressively during physical education?
Very few categories even begin to address the "silent side" of these experiences, which is the internal environment of the individual who receptively responds to these places and people.
It is well known that using a word productively is more difficult than using it receptively (Webb, 2008).
200) A qualified interpreter is considered necessary under the ADA for achieving effective communication for the Deaf individual, and is defined as one who is able to "interpret effectively, accurately and impartially, both receptively and expressively, using any necessary specialized vocabulary.
14) President Nixon had different ideas than his Democratic predecessor, however, and those ideas were not greeted receptively by labor unions.
Felt-level experiencing is grounded in the assumption that the counselor, in an embodied way, receptively attunes to his or her own somatic and emotional functioning.
She primarily communicates expressively using speech and receptively through the use of deafblind manual signing.
Listening is the ability to listen receptively (Spears, 1998).
Perhaps if more of these fingers extend we may see the hand open receptively.
Cultural knowledge is tested receptively with sentence completion activities in a multiple choice or a word bank format.
Denham's (1986) Emotion Knowledge Task required children to, first, expressively and receptively identify happy, sad, angry, and scared facial expressions, and, second, to correctly predict the emotion of a blank-faced doll in each of 16 vignettes (2).
Receptively it is limited by the limitations of the perceiving eye.

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