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direct method in Education topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdirect methoddiˌrect ˈmethod noun [singular, uncountable]  SESLLa method of teaching a foreign language without using the student’s own language
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direct methodAs such it can be an indirect as well as direct method of exporting, depending upon the arrangement.A less direct method is to encourage the growth of clovers in the sward.Venus has no satellite and so this less direct method had to be used.It's only thirty miles away, but there's no direct method of getting there because of the reef.Indeed the Post Office is believed to be the first major organisation to provide the details by the direct method.Particularly useful in drawing and design, the two button pen provides the user with a very direct method of control.