The New Script Primer

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Potter & Putnam, 1892 - Juvenile literature - 68 pages
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Page iv - Modern methods in teaching the first steps in reading have found their best results in the development of a script vocabulary, so that the child can read and write from one to two hundred words before the transition is made to print, and the regular book taken \ip.
Page v - ... 6. — The Transition to Print. This is made in easy steps by the method here pursued. The script word and sentence are associated with the corresponding print word and sentence. Several pages in pure print are given so that when the child finishes the book, he can take up and continue in his regular reader with ease and profit.
Page iv - It supplants no reader in use ; bat is preliminary to such reader, laying a good foundation for rapid and effective progress in the same. It is a book of practice, not of methods. It should go into the hands of the child as soon as the first word or sentence is developed on the board. How long the child should retain it, is left...
Page iv - ... is preliminary to such reader, laying a good foundation for rapid and effective progress in the same. It is a book of practice, not of methods. It should go into the hands of the child as soon as the first word or sentence is developed on the board. How long the child should retain it, is left to the discretion of the teacher. It is suggested, however, that the daily...

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