a method of teaching reading in which phonics and whole language approaches are both used to maximize student learning.
- Balanced occlusion
balanced occlusion balanced occlusion n. The even alignment of upper and lower teeth on the right and left and in front and back within the functional range.
- Balanced polymorphism
balanced polymorphism balanced polymorphism n. A system of genes in which two alleles are maintained in stable equilibrium because the heterozygote is more fit than either of the homozygotes.
- Balanced rudder
a rudder so designed that the center of water pressure on the forward face, when turned, lies about halfway along the length, minimizing the turning effort required.
- Balanced sentence
a sentence consisting of two or more clauses that are parallel in structure. Historical Examples A balanced sentence consists of two parts, the one corresponding to the other. Elementary Guide to Literary Criticism F. V. N. Painter noun in grammar, a sentence with two clauses or phrases of fairly equal in length and strength for […]