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" If you have a good excuse, give it to your teacher, and go and hear the others recite. 2. A scholar must never have anything in his hands during recitation, nor during study hours, except what strictly belongs to the exercise in which he is engaged. 3.... "
Management of the school-room - Page 36
by Ariel Parish - 1853
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Transactions of the Massachusetts Teachers' Association

Massachusetts Teachers Association, Charles J. Capen - Education - 1852 - 304 pages
...books, &c., let the hands be folded. 6. Resolve at the beginning of each day, that your recitations/or that day shall be perfect. (See Section E, Nos. 6...never stay out of recitation, because he ' has no leston.' If you have a good excuse, give it to your teacher, and go and hear the others recite. 8....
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Proceedings of the California State Teachers' Institute and Educational ...

California State Teachers' Institute - Education - 1861
...lessons in stndy hours. RECITATIOS8. 1. A scholar must never stay out of recitations beeause 'be 1ms no lesson.' If you have a good excuse give it to your Teacher, and go and hear the others recite. 2. A scholar must never have anything in his hands during recitations, nor during stndy hours, exeept...
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Examiner: Designed for Teachers and Students Preparing to Teach

Examinations - 1865 - 168 pages
...hours, except by permission, for very special reasons. EECITATIONS. 1. A scholar must never stay from recitation, because he " has no lesson." If you have...to your teacher, and go and hear the others recite. except what strictly belongs to the exercise in which he is engaged. 3. Do not rest satisfied with...
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THE TEACHER'S ASSISTANT,

CHARLES NORTHEND, A.M. - 1865
...hours, except by permission, for very special reasons. RECITATIONS. 1. A scholar must never stay from recitation, because he "has no lesson." If you have...to your teacher, and go and hear the others recite. 2. A scholar must never have anything in his hands during recitation, nor during study hours, except...
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