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A key to reading, designed to assist parents and teachers to superintend ... - Страница 9
по John Smith (lecturer on education.) - 1830
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 25

1829
...— Along with facility in the art of reading, much information is communicated to them which is well adapted to their present age, and may be of use to them for the rest of their lives. In most schools, how many fine passages are read in the most pompous manner, without leaving a single...

The Congregational magazine [formerly The London Christian instructor].

1829
...particular instruction contained in every individual passage which is read ; and, above all, thirdly, To give the pupil, by means of a minute analysis of...be of use to them for the rest of their lives."— pp. 142, 143. With regard to the third object, the teacher " Will not consider it enough that the child...

The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature

1829
...hands of the scholars, every article which they read may be made the means, not only of forming iu their youthful minds the invaluable habit of attention,...adapted to their present age, and may be of use to them fur the rest of their lives. Mow different is the result, where the mechanical art is made the exclusive...

Atheneum, Or, Spirit of the English Magazines

1829
...— Along with facility in the art of reading, much information is communicated to them which is well adapted to their present age, and may be of use to them for the rest of their lives. In most schools, how many fine passages are read in the most pompous manner, without leaving a single...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 25

1829
...— Along with facility in the art of reading, much information is communicated to them which is well adapted to their present age, and may be of use to them for the rest of their lives. In most schools, how many fine passages are read in the most pompous manner, without leaving a single...

Account of the Edinburgh Sessional School, and the Other Parochial ...

John Wood (of Edinburgh.) - 1830 - 204 страници
...elucidation of the particular sentence parsed ; or that, in reading Cicsar's Commentaries in a grammar youthful minds the invaluable habit of attention,...adapted to their present age, and may be of use to them the rest of their lives. How different is the result, where the mechanical art is made the exclusive...

Account of the Edinburgh Sessional School, and the Other Parochial ...

John Wood, John Wood (of Edinburgh.) - 1830 - 204 страници
...forming in their youthful minds the invaluable habit of attention, but also of communicating to tbem, along with facility in the art of reading, much information,...adapted to their present age, and may be of use to them the rest of their lives. How different is the result, where the mechanical art is made the exclusive...

First Class Reader

Benjamin Dudley Emerson - 1833 - 276 страници
...the pupil, 11V means of a minute analysis of each passage, a general command of nis own language. ' In the second place, when proper books are put into...adapted to their present age, and may be of use to them the rest of their lives. How different is the result, where the mechanical art is made the exclusive...

Hints on a system of popular education: addressed to R. S. Field ...

Enoch Cobb Wines - 1838 - 255 страници
...place, when proper books are put into the hands of the scholars, every article, which they read, may bo made the means, not only of forming in their youthful...adapted to their present age, and may be of use to them the rest of their lives. How different is the result, where the mechanical art is made the exclusive...

The First-class Reader

Benjamin Dudley Emerson - 1841 - 276 страници
...particular instruction contained in every individual pas sage which is read ; and, above all, thirdly, To give the pupil, by means of a minute analysis of...adapted to their present age, and may be of use to them the rest of their lives. How different is the result, where the mechanical art is made the exclusive...




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