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On the Teaching of Modern Languages in Theory and Practice (Classic Reprint)
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Page 5 - Education, Three Lectures on the Practice of. I. On Marking, by HW EVE, MA II. On Stimulus, by A. SIDGWICK, MA III. On the Teaching of Latin Verse Composition, by EA ABBOTT, DD is. Stimulus. A Lecture delivered for the Teachers' Training Syndicate, May, 1882, by A.
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Page 6 - Of great value. The whole series of comments for schools is highly esteemed by students capable of forming a judgment. The books are scholarly without being pretentious : information is so given as to be easily understood.
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Page 12 - We observe^' says Dr. Jowett, the late Master of Balliol, ' that while the powers of the mind usually strengthen as years advance, at least until the end of middle life, the faculty of learning a new language decays almost in an inverse ratio. The short period of six months is said to be enough to perfect a clever child in a new language ; and a child very rarely confuses different languages : if the weight becomes too great for his memory one language drives out the other. They are learned as a...
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Page 13 - ... that while the powers of the mind usually strengthen as years advance, at least until the end of middle life, the faculty of learning a new language decays almost in an inverse ratio. The short period of six months is said to be enough to perfect a clever child in a new language ; and a child very rarely confuses different languages : if the weight becomes too great for his memory one language drives out the other. They are learned as a whole and forgotten as a whole. Modern languages, then,...