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Practical Education - Page 130
by Maria Edgeworth, Richard Lovell Edgeworth - 1801
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1799
...without descending to minute particulars. When a mother says to her little daughter, as she places on the table before her a bunch of ripe cherries ; "...cherries are there, and I will give them to you ;" the child' attention is fixed instantly ; there is a sufficient motive, not a motive which excites...
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Essays on Practical Education, Volume 1

Maria Edgeworth, Richard Lovell Edgeworth - Education - 1815
...without descending to minute particulars. When a mother says to her little daughter, as she places on the table before her a "bunch of ripe cherries, "...dear, " how many cherries are there, and I will give 2 " them to you?" the child's attention is fixed instantly ; there is a sufficient motive ; not...
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Essays on Practical Education, Volume 1

Maria Edgeworth - Education - 1822
...without descending to minute particulars. When a mother says to her little daughter, as she places on the table before her a bunch of ripe cherries, " Tell...them to you ?" the child's attention is fixed instantly ; there is a sufficient motive ; not a motive which excites any violent passions, but which...
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The Philosophy of Education, Or, The Principles and Practice of Teaching ...

Thomas Turner Tate - Education - 1860 - 338 pages
...without descending to minute particulars. When a mother says to her little daughter, as she places on the table before her a bunch of ripe cherries, ' Tell...them to you ? ' the child's attention is fixed instantly; there is a sufficient motive; not a motive which excites any violent passions, but which...
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The Philosophy of Education: Or, The Principles and Practice of ..., Parts 1-4

Thomas Turner Tate - Teaching - 1885 - 400 pages
...without descending to minute particulars. When a mother says to her little daughter, as she places on the table before her a bunch of ripe cherries, 'Tell...give them to you,' the child's attention is fixed instantly; there is a sufficient motive; not a motive which excites any violent passions, but which...
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