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" Nature itself doth) in an orderly way, first to exercise the senses well by presenting their objects to them, and then to fasten upon the intellect by impressing the first notions of things upon it and linking them one to another by a rational discourse;... "
The Orbis Pictus of John Amos Comenius - Page xxi
by Johann Amos Comenius - 1887 - 194 pages
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Joh. Amos Comenii Orbis Sensualium Pictus: Hoc Est Omnium Principalium in ...

Johann Amos Comenius - Latin language - 1810 - 213 pages
...exercise the senses well, by representing their objects to them, and then to fasten upon theintellect by impressing the first notions of things upon it,...teaching little ones by grammar only at the first, do fiuzzle their imagination^ with abstractive terms and secondary intentionst which till they be somewhat...
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The American Annual Cyclopędia and Register of Important Events ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1863
...notions of things upon it, and linking them one to another by a rational discourse. Missing this way, we do teach children as we do parrots, to speak they know not what. Since some things cannot be pictured out with ink, for this reason it were to be wished that things...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 17

Education - 1867
...notions of things upon it, and linking them one to another by a ratioaal discourse. Missing this way, we do teach children as we do parrots, to speak they know not what." Lennon* irith real 0/yer-ls. — " Since some things can not be pictured ont with ink, for this reason...
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The Indiana School Journal, Volume 13

Education - 1868
...notions of things upon it, and linking them one to another by a rational discourse. Missing this way, we do teach children, as we do parrots, to speak they know not what." Commenius, probably the most eminent and influential educator of the Seventeenth Century, says : "...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - Education - 1890 - 568 pages
...to fasten upon the intellect by impressing the first notions of things upon it and linking them one to another by a rational discourse; whereas indeed...intentions, which, till they be somewhat acquainted with tilings, and the words belonging to them in the language which they learn, they cannot apprehend what...
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Sonnenschein's Cyclopaedia of Education: A Handbook of Reference on All ...

Alfred Ewen Fletcher - Education - 1892 - 562 pages
...notions of things upon it, and linking them one to another by a rational discourse. Missing this way we do teach children as we do parrots, to speak they know not what.' He would have the real objects presented to the children whenever they are mentioned. He beseeches...
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