McManus defines self-regulation most straightforwardly
when he stated, "Given the broadest definition, self-regulated learning (SRL) is an amalgam of numerous cognitive, metacognitive, motivational, and social factors which effect how a learner approaches learning" (McManus, 1995, paragraph 3).
In the spirit of dealing straightforwardly
with our differences and building on common interests the President paid an unprecedented two visits to China in his first 13 months in office, and hosted President Jiang Zemin in Crawford last October.
traces the shortfall to the one third of German women who now remain childless.
In one sense, it is a straightforwardly
realistic narrative, but the circumstances the children face are almost unimaginable, certainly to children in the West.
As always, the reason for the closures is straightforwardly
Dennis Behreandt's lucid article "Y2K and 9-11" (August 12th issue of TNA) states the problem articulately and straightforwardly
It's for parents not the State to answer children's questions straightforwardly
The OD team began its process by focusing on issues that they could address most straightforwardly
The mystery is straightforwardly
told, without many of Nava's trademark twists and turns.
During these two years, Prime Minister Brian Mulroney introduced abortion legislation hailed by the media as "moderate" and as "a satisfying compromise" when in reality it was straightforwardly
The artist here does not portray matters so straightforwardly
At least, we can say straightforwardly
, as far as primary human rights are concerned - the right to work, the right for a wage, the right to life, religious rights, those of ethnic minorities, etc.