Syllabus of lectures on the history of education: with selected bibliographies

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Macmillan, 1902 - Education - 302 pages
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Page 263 - The Society for the Support and Encouragement of Sunday Schools in the different Counties of England
Page 181 - d to vertue, and it is distinguished into Forms. The Master, 2. sitteth in a Chair, 3. the Scholars, 4. in Forms, 5. he teacheth, they learn. Some things are writ down before them with Chalk on a Table, 6.
Page 161 - But first see that they can the catechisme in English or Latyn, & that every of the said two hundreth & fifty schollers can read perfectly & write competently, or els lett them not be admytted in no wise.
Page 133 - Letter in full. (*Barnard, 139-150; Barnard's Jr., IV, 429440; Israel, pt. 1; Meyer and Prinzhom, 91-116; f Painter, 169-209; Plath, 75-82; Wagner.) 1) Condition of schools throughout Germany. 2) Duty of Christians. 3) Neglect and ignorance of parents. 4) Schools and private tutoring. 5) The duty of mayors and aldermen. 6) Classical studies and the Scriptures. 7) "The welfare of the State depends upon the intelligence and virtue of its citizens.
Page 119 - BEARD (Rev. Dr. C.). LECTURES ON THE REFORMATION OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY IN ITS RELATION TO MODERN THOUGHT AND KNOWLEDGE.
Page 19 - The teacher should strive to make the lesson agreeable to the pupils by clear reasons, as well as by frequent repetitions, until they thoroughly understand the matter and are able to recite it with great fluency.
Page 279 - A comparison.. 1889-1890 263-280 Brief view of systems of England and Scotland with current statistics and comparison with (1876) (England...
Page 19 - It is not permitted to live in a place where there is neither master nor school.
Page 181 - Ferrula, 11. and a Rod, 12. Schola, 1. est Officina, in qua Novelli Animi formantur ad virtutem, & distinguitur in Classes. Praeceptor, 2. sedet in Cathedra, 3. Discipuli, 4. in Subselliis, 5. ille docet, hi discunt.
Page 20 - Just as a man is bound to have his son instructed in the Law, so also should he have his son taught some handicraft or profession. Whosoever does not teach his son a handicraft teaches him to be a thief.

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