scaffolding

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} iskele (inşaat)
çaba
yapı iskelesi malzemesi
{i} iskele malzemesi
iskele kur
{i} yapı iskelesi
iskele malzeme
(Mukavele) şantiye iskelesi
{i} yapı iskelesi kurmak için kullanılan kereste
(Arkeoloji,İnşaat) iskele

Tom'un iskeleye çıktığını gördüm. - I saw Tom climbing up the scaffolding.

Balpeteği yapısı iskeleye sağlamlığını verir. - The honeycomb structure gives the scaffolding its sturdiness.

(İnşaat,Teknik) bina iskelesi
inşaat iskelesi
scaffold
darağacı
scaffold
yapı iskelesi
scaffolding erector
kurucu iskele
scaffolding pole
iskele direği
scaffolding pole
(Askeri) iskele dikmesi
scaffold
(İnşaat) iş iskelesi
scaffold
sehpa
tubular scaffolding
boru iskele
erection without scaffolding
(İnşaat) iskelesiz montaj
scaffold
scaffoldingyapı iskelesine mahsus kereste
scaffold
yapı iskelesi kurmak
scaffold
iskele

Balpeteği yapısı iskeleye sağlamlığını verir. - The honeycomb structure gives the scaffolding its sturdiness.

Tom'un iskeleye çıktığını gördüm. - I saw Tom climbing up the scaffolding.

scaffold
iskele kur
scaffold
{i} darağacı, sehpa; (idam mahkûmlarının başının kesildiği yüksek) platform
scaffold
{i} iskele (inşaat)
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darağacı platformu
scaffold
darağacı/yapı iskele
scaffold
iskele kurmak (yapı)
supporting scaffolding
taşıyıcı iskele
İngilizce - İngilizce
A temporary modular system of metal tubes forming a framework used to support people and material in the construction or repair of buildings and other large structures. The framework may also be made of bamboo or wood
{n} a support made for workmen
The structure and supports that a teacher or more knowledgeable helper provides to allow a learner to perform a task he or she cannot yet perform independently (Vygotsky, 1978; Dixon-Krauss, 1996; Wertsch 1991 )
An instructional technique in which the teacher breaks a complex task into smaller tasks, models the desired learning strategy or task, provides support as students learn to do the task, and then gradually shifts responsibility to the students In this manner, a teacher enables students to accomplish as much of a task as possible without adult assistance
A scaffold is a temporary structure of metal pipes and wooden planks that provide an elevated platform for both workers and materials during the construction of a building
A technique of cognitive apprenticeship whereby the instructor performs parts of a task that the learner is not yet able to perform
An instructional technique in which the teacher models the desired learning strategy or task, then gradually shifts responsibility to the students
Scaffolding consists of poles and boards made into a temporary framework that is used by workers when they are painting, repairing, or building high parts of a building, usually outside. a set of poles and boards that are built into a structure for workers to stand on when they are working on the outside of a building
support provided to help students complete a task This may include assistance from teachers, peers or other individuals, items in the environment, or the context in which learning occurs
Pieces of programs whose sole purpose is to aid in testing and debugging Scaffolding is not part of the application itself Scaffolding may take the form of stubs, or of test functions
The materials used in constructing scaffolds
{i} system of temporary platforms used by workmen during construction or repair of a building
The temporary assistance that teachers provide for their students in order to assist them to complete a task or develop new understandings, so that they will later be able to complete tasks alone [See Hammond, J (ed ) (2001)]
a training technique in which learners are given support of some kind (often tool-based) that allows them to carry out tasks that they otherwise would be unable to do
Materials for building scaffolds
a teaching strategy in which instruction begins at a level encouraging students’ success and provides the right amount of support to move students to a higher level of understanding
Instruction that is organized in a way that identifies the students' prior knowledge about a topic and creates connections between past understandings or experiences and new knowledge
Echaffaudage Temporary wooden framework built next to a wall to support both workers and materials
A process in which a more knowledgeable person uses various techniques, such as modeling or coaching, to direct those aspects of the intellectual task that are initially beyond the capacity of the learner
Where a pupil is shown how to do something new and then tries it for him/herself This can be a useful tool for identification
the process by which the instructor assists the learner by providing extra support or altering the learning task so that the students can solve problems or perform tasks more easily
A way of teaching systematically in which the teacher provides to students, early in the learning process, a significant amount of support in the form of modeling, prompts, direct explanations and targeted questions Instruction during this phase is primarily teacher-guided Then, as students begin to acquire mastery of the targeted objectives, direct teacher supports are reduced and the major responsibility for learning is transferred to the student When students assume more responsibility, it is referred to as student-guided learning
This concept is based on the idea that at the beginning of learning, students need a great deal of support; gradually, this support is taken away to allow students to try their independence Providing support takes place in a number of ways - the way in which the selections are organized in a theme, the amount of prior knowledge activation that is provided, the way in which the literature is read by the students, and the types of responses students are encouraged to make (from the work "Useful Instructional Strategies for Literature-Based Instruction")
A scaffold; a supporting framework; as, the scaffolding of the body
/Scaffolds Scaffolding is defined as a temporary structure in the learning process that provides help for learners at specific points The instructor organizes lessons in such a way as to gradually give students responsility in their learning Scaffolding is an instructional technique whereby the teacher models the desired learning strategy or task, then gradually shifts responsibility to the students
The structured nature of support and guidance that adults, or knowledgeable peers, provide which leads to learning
A technique of cognitive apprenticeship whereby the instructor performs parts of a task that the learner is not yet able to perform (Wilson)
a system of scaffolds
A temporary framework, usually of tubular steel or aluminium, and timber boards to give access for construction work
This concept is based on the idea that at the beginning of learning, students need a great deal of support, gradually, this support is taken away to allow students to try their independence Providing support takes place in a number of ways - the way in which the selections are organized in a theme, the amount of prior knowledge activation that is provided, the way in which the literature is read by students, and the types of responses students are encouraged to make
The temporary wooden frame work built next to a wall to support both workers and materials
scaffolding erector
expert on scaffolding, construction worker that sets up scaffolding
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An elevated platform on which a criminal is executed
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A structure made of scaffolding, for workers to stand on while working on a building
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To set up a scaffolding; to surround a building with scaffolding
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{n} a temporary stage or frame of wood
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1 A temporary structure or platform for workmen to stand or sit on when working in high places; also called Staging 2 A temporary framework structure for the support of concrete forms and other shoring; adjustable metal scaffold is frequently adapted for shoring of concrete formwork
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A scaffold was a raised platform on which criminals were hanged or had their heads cut off. Moore ascended the scaffold and addressed the executioner
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1 in decurrent trees, the large branches that form the main structure of the crown As cited in
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A temporary structure or platform used to support workers and materials during building construction Also called staging
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for various purposes, as for supporting workmen and materials in building, for exhibiting a spectacle upon, for holding the spectators at a show, etc
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a supporting framework
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provide with a scaffold for support; "scaffold the building before painting it"
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(see supercontig)
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Specifically, a stage or elevated platform for the execution of a criminal; as, to die on the scaffold
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Unconnected Scaffold
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A temporary structure of timber, boards, etc
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To furnish or uphold with a scaffold
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The nuclear structure observed when histones are experimentally removed from chromosomes Thought to represent a structural component of the nucleus and of chromosome
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In genomic mapping, a series of contigs that are in the right order but not necessarily connected in one continuous stretch of sequence
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{i} raised platform; temporary platform used by workmen during the construction or repair of a building; gallows, platform from which a prisoner is hanged
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a temporary arrangement erected around a building for convenience of workers a platform from which criminals are executed (hanged or beheaded) provide with a scaffold for support; "scaffold the building before painting it
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a temporary arrangement erected around a building for convenience of workers
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An accumulation of adherent, partly fused material forming a shelf, or dome-shaped obstruction, above the tuyères in a blast furnace
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A scaffold is a temporary raised platform on which workers stand to paint, repair, or build high parts of a building. Temporary platform used to elevate and support workers and materials during work on a structure or machine. It consists of one or more wooden planks and is supported by either a timber or a tubular steel or aluminum frame; bamboo is used in parts of Asia. Scaffolding may be raised and lowered by means of cables controlled by a ratchet or electric motor
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a platform from which criminals are executed (hanged or beheaded)
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[n] An elevated wooden platform sometimes used by American Indians as a structure for temporarily holding human remains prior to burial
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