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Page 120 - Complete in cloth. 60 cts. Meiklejohn's History of English Language and Literature. For high schools and colleges. A compact and reliable statement of the essentials.
Page 119 - Translated by the members of the Herbart Club, under the direction of President Charles DeGarmo, of Swarthmore College.
Page 120 - Studies in English Literature. Gives full lists of aids for laboratory method. Scott, Lamb, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, Keats, Macaulay, Dickens, Thackeray, Robert Browning, Mrs. Browning, Carlyle, George Eliot, Tennyson, Rossetti, Arnold, Ruskin, Irving, Bryant, Hawthorne, Longfellow, Emerson, Whittier, Holmes, and Lowell. A separate pamphlet on each author. Price 5 cts. each, or per hundred...
Page 119 - Methods Of Teaching Modern Languages. Papers on the value and on methods of teaching German and French, by prominent instructors.
Page 119 - PestalOZZi'S Leonard and Gertrude. "If we except 'Emile* only, no more important educational book has appeared for a century and a half than ' Leonard and Gertrude.' " — The Nation. 50 cts. RadestOCk'S Habit in Education. " It will prove a rare ' find ' to teachers who are seeking to ground themselves in the philosophy of their art.
Page 119 - De GarmO's Essentials Of Method. A practical exposition of methods with illustrative outlines of common school studies. 65 cts. De GarmO's Lindner's Psychology. The best Manual ever prepared from the Herbartian standpoint. $1.00. Gill's Systems Of Education. " It treats ably of the Lancaster and Bell movement in education, — a very important phase.
Page 120 - Style. 40 cts. Corson's Introduction to Browning. A guide to the study of Browning's poetry. Also has 33 poems with notes. With portrait of Browning.
Page 120 - Irving, Bryant, Hawthorne, Longfellow, Emerson, Whittier, Holmes, and Lowell. A separate pamphlet on each author. Price 5 cts. each, or per hundred, $3.00; complete in cloth (adjustable file cover, $1.50).
Page 119 - Psychology Applied tO Education. A clear and concise statement of doctrine and application on the science and art of teaching. 90 cts. De GarmO's Essentials Of Method. A practical exposition of methods with illustrative outlines of common school studies. 65 cts. De Garmo's Lindner's Psychology. The best Manual ever prepared from the Herbartian standpoint.