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pirl

(pɜːl)
n
Scot a ripple in water or air
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"It's a great way to meet people my age;' said Pirl. "It's been fun developing with other people and going to the Print Fair and seeing other people grow as I grow." They attend parties at each others homes and share tips on artists, exhibitions and galleries.
And in 2016 England achieved its highest ever score in the international PIRLs literacy study.
It provides a hitherto unavailable independent analysis of the extent to which the role of image-language relations is addressed in reading comprehension in the TIMSS, Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) and PISA tests, enabling for the first time, an accessible comparison of the contrasting treatment of multimodal literacy in these tests with the NAPLAN.
He also honoured schools that ranked first in international tests (TIMSS, PISA, PIRLS) at the state level, which is part of the evaluation system that allows students to compare performance of Qatar's students with the performance of their counterparts in other countries.
MESA, meanwhile, is designed to be at the same level as the international measurement assessments, such as PISA, TIMMS, PIRLS, and the ACT itself.
PISA and PIRLS: The Effects of Culture and School Environment
Efforts are also required for international comparability and compatibility of our education system through academic audit by participating in international assessments, like TIMSS, PISA, PIRLS, ILSA, etc.
-le projet de deux rapports thematiques de l'Instance Nationale d'Evaluation portant sur l'evaluation du modele d'education des enfants en situation de handicap au Maroc pour une education inclusive et sur les resultats des eleves marocains dans l'etude internationale PIRLS 2016.
The newest PIRLS (Progress in International Reading Literacy Study) from 2016 (4th grade, age 10) indicates that, since 2006, the reading skills of pupils in Latvia have noticeably improved, but also that these pupils are better at reading to learn new information rather than reading to gain literary experience.
They also reviewed the ministry's plan to develop academic curricula in harmony with latest global developments in the field of education and acquisition of skills required in the twenty-first century in addition to the ministry's preparations to implement the TIMSS & Pirls international tests.