NO DISRESPECT TO READIN', WRITIN', AND 'RITHMETIC, but Jim Amaral has quite a whole other notion in mind when he speaks of the three R's
Educational psychologists could probably provide a variety of conflicting reasons for the gap in grasping the three r's
and science between boys and girls.
Our Student Council is considering introducing a recycling mascot in the near future and aim to raise the children's understanding of the three R's
through a series of assembly presentations.
A spokesman said: "The Miss Earth delegates are required to plant trees, attend various environmental seminars and educate people on the three R's
- reduce, re-use and recycle.
And since you're giving up reading, writing and 'rithmetic, why not make some time for these three R's
during your summer vocation:
Why can't the Tories realise proper waste management is all about the three R's
- reduction, re-use and recycling - NOT incineration.
The department's Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program's "The Three R's
to Dealing with Trauma in Schools: Readiness, Response and Recovery" is intended to help schools with strategies to incorporate the mental health needs of students and staff into their safe-school plans, and illustrates promising school-based models that help schools prevent and respond to trauma.
In "Beyond the Strip," Theresa Ruth Howard tells us about the three R's
of dancing in Vegas: Reliability, Revenue, and Routine.
Also, the three R's
(reduce, reuse, recycle) is a mantra for Iverson and his staff.
If the public schools cannot teach the three R's
now, how can we expect them to teach the most important R, religion?
If you're an employer, today's three R's
centre on recruitment, retention and rewards.
PEOPLE of a certain age may remember the three R's
- reading, writing and 'rithmetic.
We must learn to proactively manage the three R's
of success: Retirement, Retention and Recruiting.
Thus, while not completely agreeing with his assessment, Cunneen cites Alberto Moravia's stark summary, which dovetails with his own: "Bresson sees 'the good' in the Attic basis of French civilization--that is, its traditional mixture of rigor, restraint, and rationalism [the three r's
, pour ainsi dire--PH], the distinctive sign of its national genius.
Wales boss Mark Hughes would have noticed in the summer's World Cup that Brazil's famed three R's
- Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho - flourished because the team's defence was protected by midfield destroyers Gilberto Silva and Kleberson.