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" Commentaries in a grammar school, the pupil's sole attention should be directed to the manner in which the Gallic war was conducted. A very little reflection, however, should be sufficient to show, how erroneous such a practice would be in either case.... "
A key to reading, designed to assist parents and teachers to superintend ... - Страница 10
по John Smith (lecturer on education.) - 1830
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Account of the Edinburgh Sessional School: and the other parochial ...

John Wood - 1829 - 273 страници
...sufficient to show, how erroneous such a practice would be in either case. The passages gone over in school must of course be very few and limited, and...making every lesson bear upon the proper object of his labours, the giving a general knowledge and full command of the language, which it is his province...

Account of the Edinburgh Sessional School, and the other parochial ...

John Wood (of Edinburgh.) - 1829 - 273 страници
...sufficient to show, how erroneous such a practice would be in either case. The passages gone over in school must of course be very few and limited, and...enabling the pupil to understand these few passages, hut in making every lesson bear upon the proper object of his labours, the giving a general knowledge...

The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature

1829
...sufficient to shew, how erroneous such a practice would be in either case. The passages gone over in school must of course be very few and limited, and...scanty. The skill of the instructor must therefore he exhibited, not merely in making his pupil understand these few passages, but in making every lesson...

The Monthly Repository and Review of Theology and General Literature, Том 3

1829
...sufficient to shew, ho\v erroneous such a practice would be in either case. The passages gone over in school must of course be very few and limited, and...scanty. The skill of the instructor must therefore he exhibited, not merely in making his pupil understand these few passages, but in making every lesson...

The British Critic, Quarterly Theological Review, and Ecclesiastical ..., Том 12

1832
...sufficient to show how erroneous such a practice would be in either case. The passages gone over in school must of course be very few and limited, and...making every lesson bear upon the proper object of his labours, the giving a general knowledge and full command of the language which it is his province to...

First Class Reader

Benjamin Dudley Emerson - 1833 - 276 страници
...sufficient to show, how erroneous such a practice would be in either case. The passages gone over in school must of course be very few and limited, and...making every lesson bear upon the proper object of his labors, the giving a general knowledge and full command of the language, which it is his province to...

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

Enoch Cobb Wines - 1838 - 255 страници
...sufficient to show, how erroneous such a practice would be in either case. The passages gone over in school must of course be very few and limited, and...making every lesson bear upon the proper object of his labours, the giving a general knowledge and full command of the language, which it is his province...

Hints on a System of Popular Education: Addressed to R. S. Field ...

Enoch Cobb Wines - 1838 - 255 страници
...sufficient to show, how erroneous such a practice would be in either case. The passages gone over in school must of course be very few and limited, and...communicated through them extremely scanty. The skill of the instructcr must therefore be exhibited, not merely in enabling the pupil to understand these few passages,...




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