As he has demonstrated, such practices seem now to "make sense
" as part of a hidden discourse.
So the phone system was going to be relocated anyway, and "the cost to pull copper wires for telephones to a new location just did not make sense
," says Bryan.
This means that your units must be entities in themselves; each part by itself must make sense
to the student.
All elements were interwoven because educator and students negotiated the classroom environment as they attempted to make sense
of and respond to each other's actions.
First, let's begin with a review of current thinking and then outline a new framework for understanding the value of insurance that clarifies when insurance definitely makes sense, when it does not make sense
and when it might make sense--in effect, a triage.