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Summarizing a Supreme Court hearing in context, in 600 words, is as difficult as summarizing 'Game of Thrones.'
"It sounds like the kids are having a lot of challenges adapting and that you're having a really hard time helping them." Summarizing, the last item in the active listening toolbox, restates the important parts of what the other parent has said.
Simply summarizing conversations will increase the odds they remember what you had to tell them.
the contract is "arranging a meeting summarizing training on the specialization degree and postgraduate studies summarizing the meeting."
In the genre of introductory books on Buddhism, one can find scores of religious studies books that succeed to one degree or another in summarizing the buddhadharma.
The idea is that known occurrences of species across landscapes can be related to raster geographic information system coverages summarizing environmental variation across those landscapes to develop a quantitative picture of the ecologic distribution of the species.
The Health Department needs to write a report summarizing the evidence on the effectiveness of various approaches to preventing teen pregnancy and plan for new programs.
The authors further provide guidance related to which intervention works for which problem by summarizing research.
Now the payoff for your efforts: Click on OK in the Scenario Summary dialog box and Excel will generate a new worksheet tab, as shown in exhibit 9, page 41, with a report summarizing our initial budget as well as the three scenarios.
In addition to summarizing the religious establishments and persecution characteristic of many of the colonies in early America, Gaustad explains the forces that would lead to an eroding of the concept of religious establishment and would pave the way for the American experiment in religious liberty.
Throughout this course, we developed strong opinions about the relative virtues of summarizing and reacting to course readings.