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tutorialtu‧to‧ri‧al1 /tjuːˈtɔːriəl $ tuː-/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 SECCLASS/LESSONa period of teaching and discussion with a tutor, especially in a British university the tutorial system2 a computer program that is designed to teach you how to use another program
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tutorialMore precise objectives for individual teaching and tutorials should also be listed.There is also some opportunity to conduct tutorials with undergraduates.Small group tutorials are used to discuss problems which come up in lectures.Oxford's one-to-one tutorials are an effective but also costly way of teaching.a psychology tutorialThe tutorial provides the opportunity to develop themes or discuss problems usually on the basis of written work.The tutorial screen is full of buttons and icons.Their tutorials did not go well.Where appropriate, paramedical staff should be asked to participate in ward tutorials.
Related topics: College
tutorialtutorial2 adjective  SECrelating to a tutor or their work tutorial staff tutorial supervision
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tutorialLiberal education, for example, is best given in small colleges, in a tutorial mode.Advocating civil rights and open housing and starting a university tutorial program for poor, inner-city Baltimore children, for starters.The tutorial programs in Boston were using them and so were many of the more enlightened private schools.Each module involves 18 hours of lectures, plus additional practical and tutorial sessions.A training shell is a generalised tutorial system which can operate with a variety of knowledge bases.Either prose composition or other linguistic exercises form the basis for tutorial work.
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