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" Above all, never teach words without things, even in the vernacular; and whatever the pupils see, hear, taste, or touch, let them name. The tongue and the intelligence should advance on parallel lines. "
Sloyd - Page 10
by Gustaf Larsson - 1902 - 75 pages
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John Amos Comenius, Bishop of the Moravians: His Life and Educational Works

Simon Somerville Laurie - Education - 1881 - 264 pages
...be taught in conjunction with its correlate ‘—eg words with things, reading with writing, etc. Above all, never teach words without things, even...the intelligence should advance on parallel lines. And from this it follows that a boy should never read or recite anything which he does not understand;...
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John Amos Comenius ... his life and educational works

Simon Somerville Laurie - 1884
...related be taught in conjunction with its correlate'—eg words with things, reading with writing, etc. Above all, never teach words without things, even...the intelligence should advance on parallel lines. And from this it follows that a boy should never read or recite anything which he does not understand...
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John Amos Comenius, Bishop of the Moravians: His Life and Educational Works

Simon Somerville Laurie - 1885 - 229 pages
...be taught in conjunction with its correlate' — eg words with things, i-eading with writing, etc. Above all, never teach words without things, even...vernacular, and whatever the pupils see, hear, taste, oi touch, let them name. The tongue and the intelligence should advance on parahlei lines. And from...
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John Amos Comenius, Bishop of the Moravians: His Life and Educational Works

Simon Somerville Laurie - Education - 1887 - 240 pages
...related be taught in conjunction with its correlate'—eg words with things, reading with writing, etc. Above all, never teach words without things, even...the intelligence should advance on parallel lines. And from this it follows that a boy should never read or recite anything which he does not understand...
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Manual Training in Elementary Schools for Boys, Issues 13-18

Alexis Sluys - Manual training - 1889
...tongue, the hand. (4) Let nothing be learned by authority, but by demonstration sensible or national. (5) Above all, never teach words without things, even...the intelligence should advance on parallel lines. (6) For the beginning of knowledge is from-pure sense, not from words ; and truth and certitude are...
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John Amos Comenius: bishop of the Moravians : his life and educational works

Simon Somerville Laurie, Charles William Bardeen - Biography & Autobiography - 1892 - 272 pages
...related be taught in conjunction with its correlate'—eg ,words with things, reading with writing, etc. Above all, never teach words without things, even...the intelligence should advance on parallel lines. And from this it follows that a boy should never read or recite anything which he does not understand;...
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John Amos Comenius, Bishop of the Moravians: His Life and Educational Works

Simon Somerville Laurie - Education - 1895 - 240 pages
...related be taught in conjunction with its correlate'—eg words with things, reading with writing, etc. Above all, never teach words without things, even...the intelligence should advance on parallel lines. And from this it follows that a boy should never read or recite anything which he does not understand;...
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