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" Be careful to keep the feet quiet while engaged in study j or, if it be necessary to move them, do it without noise. 4. In passing to and from recitations, observe whether you are moving quietly. Take special care if you wear thick shoes or boots, or... "
Management of the school-room - Page 32
by Ariel Parish - 1853
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Transactions of the Massachusetts Teachers' Association

Massachusetts Teachers Association, Charles J. Capen - Education - 1852 - 304 pages
...pencil on your slate be heard. 3. Be careful to keep the feet quiet while engaged in study; or, if it bo necessary to move them, do it without noise. 4. In...5. Avoid the awkward and annoying habit of making a noise with the lips while studying. 6. At recess, pass slowly out,—and return in the same manner....
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Proceedings of the California State Teachers' Institute and Educational ...

California State Teachers' Institute - Education - 1861
...marking of a pencil on your slate be heard. 3. Be careful to keep the feet quiet while engaged in stndy, or if it be necessary to move them, do it without...5. Avoid the awkward and annoying habit of making a noise with the lips while stndying. 6. Scuffling, striking, pushing, or rndeness of any kind, must...
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Examiner: Designed for Teachers and Students Preparing to Teach

Examinations - 1865 - 168 pages
...a manner as not to be heard. Avoid making a rustling noise with papers, or noisily turning over the leaves of books. Never let the marking of a pencil...5. Avoid the awkward and annoying habit of making a noise with the lips while studying. 6. Scuffling, striking, pitching, or rudeness of any kind, must...
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THE TEACHER'S ASSISTANT,

CHARLES NORTHEND, A.M. - 1865
...from recitations, observe whether you are moving quietly. Take special care if you wear thick'shoes or boots, or if they are made of squeaking leather....5. Avoid the awkward and annoying habit of making a noise with the lips while studying. 6. Scuffling, striking, pushing, or rudeness of any kind, must...
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The Massachusetts Teacher: A Journal of School and Home Education, Volume 14

Education - 1874
...avoid making unnecessary noise with the feet in crossing the room. 2. Take out books, slate, etc., from your desk with care, and lay them down in such...squeaking leather. 5. Avoid the awkward and annoying habit xof making a noise with the lips while studying. 6. Scuffling, — striking, — pushing, or rudeness...
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