One-on-one là gì

A one-on-one activity involves two people talking directly, usually with one teaching or giving information to the other:

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If two people discuss something one-on-one, they discuss it directly, without involving anyone else:
In sports, if something is done one-on-one, it means that each player from one team is matched to a single player from the other team.
There are some courses—for instance, those provided by the conservatoires of music—that cannot be taught without high-cost one-on-one or small-group tuition.
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A therapist was providing one-on-one treatment to someone who, in good faith, placed their trust in the practitioner as they would with a medical practitioner.
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At bottom, my data analysis involved a one-on-one confrontation of two variables, both derived from the same data on party positions.
The one-on-one interview portion of the study occurred first at each location, and this portion was followed by a group discussion with all four participants.
The measurement procedure was a one-on-one interview that allowed a very good indication of whether learning occurred.
The young adulthood interviews were conducted via one-on-one interviews either in the subjects" home or at the host institute of the investigators.
In the one-on-one case that is our current focus, an injunction is only granted if the plaintiff is right about the law.
For breast cancer surgery, this involves counseling patients (preferably one-on-one) on issues such as the management of surgical drains and the optimal use of analgesics.
But intelligent tutors can already accrue - and pool - more one-on-one interaction with students than any human tutor can accumulate in a lifetime.

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We gave parents the task of showing some relatively unfamiliar objects to their children one-on-one, emulating a fairly common occurrence in everyday life.
A second issue of flexibility was the idea of private, one-on-one services versus group interventions.
He believes his composition is best experienced directly as software, in a one-on-one confrontation between listener and composition with the interface acting as mediator.
They also meet the students in a series of one-on-one counselling sessions that foster individual contact and learner-counsellor dialogue.
These societies should explicitly address career development issues through lectures at meetings and through ongoing, one-on-one mentoring by experienced medical ethicists.
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