mixed-ability

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mixed ability

adj
(of a class or school) having pupils of different levels of intellectual ability
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mixed-ability

[ˌmɪkstˈbɪlɪtɪ] adj (class, teaching) → alunni di capacità diverse
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I know of one young man who, in his first job, was placed in a crowded, challenging mixed ability class with little support.
I know of one young man, who in his first job, was placed in a crowded, challenging, mixed ability class with little support.
Calling upon a squad of around 25 boys and girls of mixed ability, the team has regularly scored over 300 runs with the bat.
An increasing number of grammar schools are accepting a broader range of grades/scores, and in some instances, schools are already mixed ability in everything but name.
It outlines the development of a dance theme in each year group, utilising different choreographic devices, while demonstrating the teaching of different styles, themes and approaches for mixed ability groups and gender.
The mixed ability group will take to the streets for the 35th anniversary of the marathon on Monday 2 May.
In teams of four, scoring being Team Stableford with the best three scores counting, 16 teams with players of a mixed ability took on the 18-hole course.
The equipment, together with a PS100 voucher to buy craft materials, was donated to the South Shields-based Mixed Ability Group by the Northumbria Police Charities Fund.
The title will attract attention by itself but can also be used for information gathering exercises in mixed ability groups or an information story time.
Create mixed ability groups, in small groups of three or four.
The full programme of Summer School activities - open to day visitors - will include courses in composition, percussion, medieval music for voices and music theatre set around a core of mixed ability contemporary ensembles, chamber music options and string orchestras.