rhythmization

rhythmization

(ˌrɪðəmaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

rhythmisation

n
the act or process of rhythmizing something
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by strongly differentiated forms of teaching as well as a rhythmization of instruction and socio-pedagogical support pupils are to be demanded and promoted particularly in the german language and transferred with appropriate learning progress in the german language, in the appropriate class of the rule class.
Based on the most modern classifications of coordination motor skills (the analysis of the problem is contained in [18], the scope of the examinations included: kinaesthetic differentiation of movements (temporal and spatial parameters), spatial and dynamic kinaesthetic differentiation, frequency of movements, mean time of simple reaction (to visual and auditory stimuli), mean time of selective reaction, spatial orientation, visual-motor coordination, rhythmization and speed, precision and accuracy of movements.
Slightly better results of tests that evaluated the ability of kinaesthetic differentiation of spatial parameters and rhythmization pointed to its insignificant advantage (-0.
Aristoxenus differentiates between rhythmization (e.
A further series of virtues were summarized as: the habit of seeing and seeking in each thing its essence; control of thoughts; control over one's actions (explicated as initiative); equanimity; understanding every being; complete openness; alert to the possibility of learning something new (faith); inner harmony; feeling for freedom (seeking within self the center of one's being); and rhythmization in life (carrying rhythm into life) (Steiner, 1999).
Rhetorical rhythmization also deserves our attention--the power encountered by the subject is so great and overwhelming that the subject is subordinated to the rhythm (Skwarcynska).