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" Its object is threefold : first, To render more easy and pleasing the acquisition of the mechanical art of reading ; secondly, To turn to advantage the particular instruction contained in every individual passage which is read; and, above all, thirdly,... "
A key to reading, designed to assist parents and teachers to superintend ... - Страница 8
по John Smith (lecturer on education.) - 1830
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 25

1829
...particular instructions contained in every individual passage which is read ; and, above all, thirdly, to give the pupil, by means of a minute analysis of...each passage, a general command of his own language. Of the first of these objects we at present say nothing — except that, at the Sessional School, the...

The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature

1829
...which is read ; and, abuvc all, thirdly, To give the pupil, by means of a minute analysis of i /.ich passage, a general command of his own language. •'...importance to the proper understanding of the method, that ч U these objects should be kept distinctly in view. With regard to theßrtt, no «me, who has uot...

Atheneum, Or, Spirit of the English Magazines

1829
...particular instructions contained in every individual passage which is read ; and, above all, thirdly, to give the pupil, by means of a minute analysis of...each passage, a general command of his own language. Of the f,rst of these objects we at present say nothing — except that, at the Sessional School, the...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 25

1829
...particular instructions contained in every individual passage which is read ; and, above all, thirdly, to give the pupil, by means of a minute analysis of...each passage, a general command of his own language. Of the first of these objects we at present say nothing — except that, at the Sessional School, the...

The American Sunday School Magazine, Том 7

1830
...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...should be kept distinctly in view. With regard to the./îrsi, no one, who has not witnessed the scheme in operation, can well imagine the animation and...

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

John Wood (of Edinburgh.) - 1830 - 204 страници
...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...each passage, a general command of his own language. . In the second place, when proper books are put into the hands of the scholars, every article, which...

The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1831
...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...each passage, a general command of his own language. The following illustration will shew the application of the system in practice: :i 1, •' For example,...

Account of the Edinburgh Sessional School: And the Other Parochial ...

John Wood (of Edinburgh.) - 1833 - 314 страници
...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...understanding of the method, that all these objects should H be kept distinctly in view. With regard to the Jirst, no one, who has not witnessed the scheme in...

First Class Reader

Benjamin Dudley Emerson - 1833 - 276 страници
...contained in every individual passage which is read; and, above all. thirdly, To give 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 the hands of the scholars,...

The Quarterly Journal of Education, Том 9

1835
...advantage the particular instruction contained in every individual passage which is read; and thirdly, to give the pupil, by means of a minute analysis of...each passage, a general command of his own language." Similar principles are acted upon in teaching the other branches, the chief objects of the whole system...




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