Topical Analysis of Descriptive Geography, United States History, Practical Arithmetic, Physiology and Hygiene, Physical Geography, English Grammar, and Penmanship, for Use in Common Schools, Normal Schools, and Teachers ̓institutes

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S.R. Winchell, 1879 - Education - 113 pages
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Page 109 - ... the, a simple adjective element of the first class; also by, of death, a simple adjective element of the second COMPLEX SENTENCES.
Page 4 - In placing the topics on the board by the teacher, and copying them by the pupils, much valuable time is lost that may be saved by placing this work in their hands and assigning the lessons from it.
Page 12 - FIELDS 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 1. Maine 2. New Hampshire 3. Vermont 4. Massachusetts 5. Rhode Island 6. Connecticut 7. New York 8. New Jersey 9. Pennsylvania 10. Delaware 11. Maryland 12. Virginia 13. West Virginia 14. North Carolina 15. South Carolina 16. Georgia 17. Florida 18.
Page 63 - IIIustrate. 1. Division. 2. Dividend. 3. Divisor. 4. Quotient. 5. Remainder. 6. Sign of division. 7.
Page 63 - Rules. 1. To resolve a composite number into its prime factors. 2. To find the common factors of two or more numbers.
Page 83 - Plateaus of 3d order. 4. Importance of Plateaus in structure of Continents. 5 . Character of Plateaus — Soil.
Page 87 - Gold — Silver — Platinum — Iron — Copper — Tin — Lead — Mercury — Zinc — Nickel — Antimony — Bismuth — Manganese — Arsenic.
Page 106 - Classification. 1. Adverbs of Time. 2. Adverbs of Place. 3. Adverbs of Cause.
Page 109 - If simple, 1. Name the simple subject. 2. Name the simple predicate. 3. Name each modifier of the simple subject, tell whether simple, complex, or compound, and of what class.

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