kinaesthetically


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in a kinesthetic manner

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If an idea can be represented in a diagram, table or graph then it could be modelled kinaesthetically and then students make their own representation of where they were in the reality with symbols and language.
Now if we return to the theme of affection, we find that although the immediate experience of "sheer" sensuous affection apart from "something" of which it is a moment is relatively rare (24), an affective salience such as a sensuous gleam, rustle, or pang may indeed function at the very beginning of my engagement with the object it contributes to constituting, attracting me with an affective force that I am already kinaesthetically partnering "before I know it.
In this context, as Barker notes, the film's body "also adopts toward the world a tactile attitude of intimacy and reciprocity that is played out across its nonhuman body: haptically, at the screen's surface, with the caress of shimmering nitrate and the scratch of dust and fiber on celluloid; kinaesthetically, through the contours of on-and off-screen space and of the bodies, both human and mechanical, that inhabit or escape those spaces; and viscerally, with the film's rush through a projector's gate and the 'breathing' of lenses" (3).
Here, I would challenge anyone to think of a song such as Imagine, without at the same time hearing John Lennon's voice singing it, experiencing the song kinaesthetically within our bodies, and situating the experience within the place and occasion associated with it, in our (social) minds.
Signing babies tend to get more exposure to each word being emphasised with a sign, moreover, each of those words is reinforced by the fact it is conveyed in t hree different ways; audibly via the spoken word, visually by their observation of the gesture,facialexpression and the context, and kinaesthetically, through the physicalgesture.
Webster's Third: anoncillo, baculiform, cheeney, coenenchyme, dispensationalism, kinaesthetically Webster's Second: allaesthesia, halvelings, myringotome, nasioinial, philosophuncule American Heritage Dictionary (4th edition, 2000): narcotrafficking New Oxford Dictionary of English: David Attenborough, English naturalist; Emil Zatopek, Czech runner Oxford English Dictionary (2nd edition): ticket-collector Rand McNally Commercial Atlas and Marketing Guide (98th edition, 1967): Sanville, town in Henry County VA Times Index Gazetteer of the World: Harford, towns in Cortland County NY and Susquehanna County PA; Harrisonburg, city in Rockingham County VA Others: Jeffreyston, village in Pembrokeshire, Wales; nonscarcity (8 Internet citations), self-depriving (91 interact citations)
It is designed kinaesthetically to create the shifts of emotion between excitement and fear, between delight and despair, that mark the imaginative rhythms of the most meaningful moments in our lives.
Some children learn best visually, some aurally, while others (especially boys) learn kinaesthetically (through touching and doing).
This self-recognition is co-extensive with the recognition of the abilities as mine, not because the abilities are mirrored in a psychological interiority or in a mirror, but because they are kinaesthetically reflexive and at the same time coextensive with and differentiated from those of others.
This helps kinaesthetically with the flow, force and time sense.