Grades five, six, seven and eight

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Page 94 - Language 118 119 120 121 ache done making they again always don't early many meant though through among easy minute tired answer enough much tonight any been every February none often trouble truly beginning believe blue break...
Page 4 - He found the total number of different words in the writing vocabularies, grade by grade, and the average number of words per pupil.
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Page 7 - It should be further noted that troublesome homonyms (deer, dear ; waste, waist) do not usually appear in the child's writing vocabulary at the same time. Often they appear years apart. Experiments in teaching homonyms have been made by the department of education in the University of South Dakota, which show that homonyms should not be brought together until the second one of the pair appears in the child's vocabulary.
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Page 7 - This often gives time to fix the meaning and the spelling of the first member of the pair before the second one appears. In such cases the homonyms give relatively little trouble.
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Page 13 - ... day. At the beginning of the lesson on the following day the class is tested on the ability to spell the words correctly in written sentences of their own dictation.

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