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THE long-continued popularity of MCGUFFEY'S READERS is suf-
Spelling exercises are continued through the first half of the
In the latter half of the book, definitions are introduced. It is
Drills in articulation and emphasis should be given with every
If the pupils are not familiar with the diacritical marks, they
Copyright, 1879, by VAN ANTWERP, BRAGG & Co.
Copyright, 1907 and 1920, by H. H. VAIL.
M'G. 90 EC REV.
SELECTIONS IN PROSE AND POETRY.
A distinct articulation can only be gained by constant and careful practice of the elementary sounds.
Whenever a word is imperfectly enunciated, the teacher should call attention to the sounds composing the spoken word.
If the pupil fails to sound any element correctly, as in the case of lisping, the fault can be overcome by calling attention to the correct position of the organs of speech, and insisting upon exact execution. Except in case of malformation of these organs, every pupil should sound each element correctly before such drill should cease.