| George Darley - 1835
...moderate computation of the time thus bestowed, the pupil would be In no respect worse off though he spent **five hours on every page of this work. The method...in classes, the master explaining the article as it** stanrls in the Work. Let the former, then, try the demonstration on some other numbers proposed by... | |
| Dionysius Lardner - Engines - 1836 - 391 pages
...computation of the time thus bestowed, the pupil would be in no respect worse off", though he spent **five hours on every page of this work. The method...work. Let the former, then, try the demonstration** or some other numbers proposed by the master, which should be as simple as possible. The very words... | |
| Augustus De Morgan - 1837
...computation of the time thus bestowed, the pupil would be in no respect worse off, though he spent **five hours on every page of this work. The method...simple as possible. The very words of the book may. be** used, the figures being changed, and it will rarely be found that a learner is capable of making the... | |
| Charles Reiner - 1837
...computation of the time thus bestowed, the pupil would be in no respect worse off, though he spent **five hours on every page of this work, The method...of proceeding which I should recommend, would be as** follows:—Let the pupils be taught in classes, the master explaining the article as it stands in the... | |
| Central Society of Education (London, England) - Education - 1839
...computation of the time thus bestowed, the pupil would be in no respect worse off, though he spent **five hours on every page of this work. The method of proceeding which** 1 should recommend, would be as follows: — Let the pupils be taught in classes, the master explaining... | |
| Augustus De Morgan - Arithmetic - 1840 - 166 pages
...computation of the time thus bestowed, the pupil would be in no respect worse off, though he spent **five hours on every page of this work. The method...simple as possible. The very words of the book may be** used, the figures being changed, and it will rarely be found that a learner is capable of making the... | |
| George Moody - 1850
...computation of the time thus bestowed, the pupil would be in no respect worse off, though he spent **five hours on every page of this work. The method...should be as simple as possible. The very words of the** books may be used, the figures being changed, and it will rarely be found that a learner is capable... | |
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