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  • Mixed ability — is a proposed new term to be used in place of the terms disabled, handicapped, abnormal, and crippled. Mixed ability refers to any person who has a different or mixed physical ability. It can also refer to anyone who has a different emotional or… …   Wikipedia

  • mixed-ability — mixed abilˈity adjective Of classes, etc accommodating members who differ in (esp academic) ability • • • Main Entry: ↑mix * * * ˌmixed aˈbility [mixed ability] adjective usually before noun with or for students who have different levels of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • mixed ability — mixed a bility adj [only before noun] a mixed ability school or class teaches all children of the same age together, even if they have different levels of ability ▪ a mixed ability group ▪ mixed ability teaching …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • mixed ability — UK US adjective british including or designed for students with different levels of educational ability mixed ability classes Thesaurus: describing or relating to teaching or learninghyponym …   Useful english dictionary

  • mixed ability — ADJ: usu ADJ n A mixed ability class or teaching system is one in which pupils are taught together in the same class, even though their abilities are different. [BRIT] In nearly all British state junior schools, children learn in mixed ability… …   English dictionary

  • mixed ability — adjective (only before noun) a mixed ability school or class teaches all children of the same age together, even if they have different levels of ability …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • mixed ability — UK / US adjective British including or designed for students with different levels of educational ability mixed ability classes …   English dictionary

  • ability — noun 1 skill/power to do sth ADJECTIVE ▪ exceptional, extraordinary, great, outstanding, remarkable, uncanny ▪ inherent, innate, natural …   Collocations dictionary

  • ability */*/*/ — UK [əˈbɪlətɪ] / US noun Word forms ability : singular ability plural abilities Get it right: ability: When ability means the fact of being able to do something , it is followed by an infinitive. It is never used in the pattern the ability of… …   English dictionary

  • ability — a|bil|i|ty W1S1 [əˈbılıti] n plural abilities [Date: 1400 1500; : Old French; Origin: habilité, from Latin habilitas, from habilis; ABLE] 1.) the state of being able to do something ability to do sth ▪ the ability to walk …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ability — noun plural abilities (C, U) 1 something that you are able to do, especially because you have a particular mental or physical skill: ability to do sth: Our ability to think and speak separates us from other mammals. | have the ability to do sth ( …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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