Special Reports on Educational Subjects, Volume 16

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1906 - Education
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Page 350 - It may be looked at from the point of view both of the individual and of society.
Page 355 - Information Office, 31, Broadway, Westminster, viz.:— COLONIES, HANDBOOKS FOR. April, 1905. 8vo. Wrapper. No. 1. Canada. 2. New South Wales. 3. Victoria. 4. South Australia. 5. Queensland. 6. Western Australia. 7. Tasmania. 8. New Zealand. 9. Cape Colony. 10. Natal. 11. Transvaal. 12. Orange River Colony.
Page 355 - Futures." Price 5Jd. [Cd. 1761, 2337, 2669.] BRITISH AND FOREIGN TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS. Memoranda, Tables and Charts. Prepared by the Board of Trade. First and Second Series, and Index. Price Is.
Page iv - Statutory Rules and Orders other than those of a Local, Personal, or Temporary Character. With a List of the more important Statutory Orders of a Local Character arranged in classes; and an Index.
Page 239 - ... to be common to all members of society. The local authorities and the parents have acquired a decided influence upon the arrangement of the school, and an organic connection has been brought about between the primary school and secondary education. The Norwegian primary school has a seven years' course, adapted for children between 7 and 14 years of age. It is free to all children in the kingdom. There is no obligation to attend the public primary school ; but the obligation of education exists,...
Page 174 - ... been introduced extensively both into our training colleges and into the secondary schools for girls. The aim of the instruction in girls' sloyd, according to the above-named method, is to exercise hand and eye; to quicken the power of thought; to strengthen love of order; to develop self-activity; to inspire respect for carefully and intelligently executed work; and at the same time to prepare girls for the execution of their domestic duties. The solution of this problem is in no wise easy,...
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Page 243 - The law allows the establishment of middelskoler in which, either with or without the addition of instruction in other departments, only one foreign language is taught, and where the instruction in mathematics is somewhat restricted. In the gymnasium, the following subjects are to be taught : Religious knowledge, Norwegian, German, English, French, history, geography, science, mathematics, drawing, gymnastics and singing. Manual work may also be included in the syllabus. Latin and Greek, by the Act...
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Page 355 - TERRITORIAL REGIMENTS OF THE BRITISH ARMY, Nos. 1 to 67. Short Histories of. Price Id. each. And in one volume. Price 5s.

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