Course of Study and Syllabus for the Elementary Schools

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New Advocate, official journal, 1909 - Education - 184 pages
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Page 144 - ... like manner, they should observe the movements of the stars and other heavenly bodies. As a step toward the study of the distribution of plants and animals and an insight into their dependence upon temperature, soil, food, etc., the pupils should be encouraged to observe the differences of plants on uplands, lowlands, marshes, etc., and upon sandy, clayey, gravelly or stony ground, and to note the habitual dispersal of animals and insects in the neighborhood, and also their relations to each...
Page 26 - ... Morning Talks (Wiltse), Ginn & Co. Talks for Kindergartens and Primary Schools (Wiltse), Ginn & Co. Grimm's Fairy Tales (Wiltse), Ginn & Co. German Fairy Tales (Grimm), Maynard, Merrill & Co. Fables and Folk Lore (Scudder), Houghton, Mifflin & Co. Danish Fairy Tales (Andersen), Maynard, Merrill & Co. Poetry for Children (Eliot), Houghton, Mifflin & Co. The Story Hour (Wiggin), Houghton, Mifflin & Co Robinson Crusoe, Public School Publishing Co.
Page 47 - The Hyphen (-) is used to join the parts of a compound word; as, text-book: it is also used at the end of a line in print or script, when a word is divided; as in the word "sentence,
Page 53 - When y is the last letter in a word and the y is preceded by a consonant, change the y to i before...
Page 150 - ... distance as denned in part IV, and L = l^A is the reduced semi-length of the filament. Now L — Le, which we shall denote by if, is generally called the correction for the end-loss at each end. It is a useful physical quantity which enables us to appraise the efficiency of performance of the filament for the particular purpose for which it is to be used. The present part is concerned with the calculation of the corrections for the end-losses for some of the typical temperature-dependent properties...
Page 100 - ... Grades 5-6 Perry, FM Four American inventors. Amer. Book. $0.64. The inventors are Fulton, of steamboat fame; Whitney, who invented the cottongin; Edison, the modern wizard; and Morse, the inventor of the telegraph. Grades 4-5 & Beebe, Katherine. Four American pioneers. Amer. Book. $0.64. Contents : The story of Daniel Boone, The story of George Rogers Clark, The story of David Crockett, The story of Kit Carson. Grades 4-5 Poulsson, Emilie & Poukson, LE Top-of-the-world stories for boys and girls...
Page 56 - ... should be separated from the rest of the sentence by the comma ; as, " Paul, the apostle of the gentiles, was eminent for his zeal.
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