There's no need to read the essay, and there's no need to construct any new arguments in response, or build any new alliances.
The guiding principal for us was to try to construct more equality and quality of life.
Construct the gable roof so each side is the size of one half of the mud flat.
It is no longer lawful to construct barracks to cover the whole of a lot.
At all events they were living in small huts, about such as soldiers would hastily construct for temporary occupation.
Point and counterpoint is an appealing construct when it comes to movie reviews, sports predictions, and even politics.
One thing you could do is to first demonstrate to the whole group how you construct a paragraph.
Unable to construct a self-narrative, they may live comfortably in their bubble but have problems overcoming new challenges.
For their students' sake, they have to set aside old biases and think creatively to construct new pathways.
Student learning is a fantastically complex construct, subject to philosophical disputes and measurement error.