The Graded School: A Graded Course of Instruction for Public Schools: with Copious Practical Directions to Teachers, and Observations on Primary Schools, School Discipline, School Records, Etc
A. S. Barnes & Company, 1877 - 200 σελίδες
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The Graded School: A Graded Course of Instruction for Public Schools: with ...
William Harvey Wells
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Σελίδα 95 - He told him, that he had early laid it down as a fixed rule to do his best on every occasion, and in every company ; to impart whatever he knew . in the most forcible language he could put it in ; and that by constant practice, and never suffering any careless expressions to escape him, or attempting to deliver his thoughts without arranging them in the clearest manner, it became habitual to him.
Σελίδα 94 - Sir Joshua Reynolds once asked him by what means he had attained his extraordinary accuracy and flow of language. He told him that he had early laid it down as a fixed rule to do his best on every occasion, and in every cpmpany, to impart whatever he knew in the most forcible language he could...