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American Annals of Education and Instruction - Page 69
1834
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Some thoughts concerning education [by J. Locke.]. By J. Locke

John Locke - 1712
...Books writ in it, without a critical Knowledge of the Tongue it felf,read» ing alone, as I have faid, will attain this End, without charging the Mind with the multiplied Rules and Intricacies of Grammar. §. 169. For the Exercife of his Writing, let him fosnetimes tranflate Latin into Etiglijh ; But the...
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Some Thoughts Concerning Education: By John Locke, Esq

John Locke - 1779 - 319 pages
...books writ in it, without a critical knowledge of the tongue icfelf, reading alone, as 1 have faid, will attain this end, without charging the mind with the multiplied rules and intricacies of grammar. § ;6o. For the exercife of his writing, let him fometimes tranflate Latin into Eng'i'h. But the learning...
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The Works of John Locke: In Nine Volumes, Volume 8

John Locke - 1824
...to understand some books writ in it, without a critical knowledge of the tongue itself, reading M 2 alone, as I have said, will attain this end, without charging the mind with multiplied rules and intricacies of grammar. § 169. For the exercise of his writing, let him sometimes...
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A letter to ... the earl of Shrewsbury, on a new method of teaching and ...

Arthur Clifford - 1827
...survey of it. If his use of it be only to understand some books writ in it, without a critical knowledge of the tongue itself, reading alone, as I have said,...with the multiplied rules and intricacies of grammar. " For the exercise of his writing, let him sometimes translate Latin into English. But the learning...
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An Essay on a System of Classical Instruction: Combining the Methods of ...

Classical education - 1829 - 129 pages
...it. If his use of it be only to “understand some books writ in it, without a “critical knowledge of the tongue itself, reading “alone, as I have...multiplied rules “and intricacies of grammar.— “For the exercise of his writing, let him some-- “times translate Latin into English; but the learn“¿ing...
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American Journal of Education, Volume 2

William Russell - Education - 1827
...of it. If his use of it be only to understand some* books writ in it, without a critical knowledge of the tongue itself, reading alone, as I have said,...with the multiplied rules and intricacies of grammar. COMMON EDUCATION. Mechanical Modes of Instruction. In my last,* I attempted to show that the grand...
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Essays on School Keeping: Comprising Observations on the Qualifications of ...

Allison Wrifford - Teaching - 1831 - 200 pages
...survey of it. If his use of it be only to understand some books writ in it without a critical knowledge of the tongue itself, reading alone, as I have said,...the multiplied rules and intricacies of grammar." The method of studying languages, thus recommended by Locke, is now practised in the University of...
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American Annals of Education

Education - 1834
...understand some books writ in it, without a criti1834.] Whatis 'the Good Old WayV 69 cal knowledge of the tongue itself, reading alone, as I have said,...object lias been to give in detail a plan for beginning the study, which it is still in our power to adopt. Every master in our land can teach by interlinear...
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American Annals of Education

Education - 1834
...attain this end, without charging the mind with the multiplied rules and intricacies of gramnjar.' He then goes on to recommend the double translation...Ascham, but it is not necessary to repeat it. Our object has been to give in detail a plan for beginning the study, which it is still in our power to adopt....
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American Annals of Education

Education - 1839
...survey of it. If his use of it be only to understand some books writ in it without a critical knowledge of the tongue itself, reading alone, as I have said,...mind with the multiplied rules and intricacies of grammer. For the exercise of his writing, let him sometimes translate Latin into English ; but the...
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