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Ginn & Co., 1898 - Seeds - 87 pages
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Page 95 - ... but can make the pupils' work more interesting and the teacher's work lighter. The success of this author's books shows that they are in line with the best methods of teaching and that there is a deep and widespread demand for the best ideas, methods, and books. At the beginning, it requires perhaps a little more skill and pains to teach the pupils to get ideas instead of words from their text-books, but that is of course the only right way, and in a little time it becomes the easier and more...
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Page 95 - ... work more interesting and the teacher's work lighter. The success of this author's books shows that they are in line with the best methods of teaching and that there is a deep and widespread demand for the best ideas, methods, and books. At the beginning, it requires perhaps a little more skill and pains to teach the pupils to get ideas instead of words from their text-books...
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