The Technique of Teaching

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Macmillan, 1922 - Teaching - 346 pages

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Page 59 - 4. Monosyllables and words accented on the last syllable, ending in a single consonant preceded by a single vowel, double the final consonant when a
Page 12 - The most valuable result of education is the ability to make yourself do the thing you ought to do when it ought to be done whether you like it or not.
Page 257 - recited it just as he did, and you said 'No!'" "Why didn't you say ' Yes' and stick to it? It is not enough to know your lesson; you must know that you know it. You have learned nothing until you are sure. If all the world says 'No,' your business is to say ' Yes' and prove it.
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Page 296 - meanwhile cultivating in him the essential qualities and habits of good citizenship. The good citizen may be defined as a person who habitually conducts himself with proper regard for the welfare of the community of which he is a member, and who is active and intelligent in his cooperation with his fellow members to that end.
Page 309 - 5. Geography is the exact and organized knowledge of the distribution of phenomena on the surface of the Earth, culminating in the explanation of the interactions of Man with his terrestrial environment.
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