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" Children, do not much trouble their thoughts and clog their memories with bare Grammar Rudiments, which to them are harsh in getting, and fluid in retaining; because indeed to them they signifie nothing, but a mere swimming notion of a general term, which... "
Joh. Amos Comenii Orbis Sensualium Pictus: Hoc Est Omnium Principalium in ... - Page 15
by Johann Amos Comenius - 1810 - 213 pages
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 12

Education - 1862
...getting, and fluid in retaining; because, indeed, to them they signify nothing, but a mere swimming notion of a general term, which they know not what it meaneth, till they comprehend particulars. For rules, consisting of generalities, are delivered, as I mny say, at the third hand, presuming first...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 12

Education - 1863
...and fluid in retaining ; because, indeed, to them they signify nothing, but a mere swimming notion of a general term, which they know not what it meaneth, till they comprehend particulars. For rules, consisting of generalities, are delivered, as I may say, at the third hand, presuming first...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 17

Education - 1867
...getting, and Suid in retaining; because, indeed, to them they signify nothing, but a mere swimming notion of a general term, which they know not what it meaneth, till they comprehend particulars. For rules, consisting of generalities, are delivered, as I may say, at the third hand, presuming first...
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The Orbis Pictus of John Amos Comenius

Johann Amos Comenius - Children's literature - 1887 - 194 pages
...getting, and fluid in retaining; because indeed to them they signifie nothing, but a mere swimming notion of a general term, which they know not what it meaneth,...wherewith to express them, and then their Rules of speaking will be better understood and more firmly kept in mind. Else how should a Child conceive what...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - Education - 1890 - 568 pages
...raeaneth till they comprehend all particulars : but by this [ie, the Orbis P.] or the like subsidiarie inform them first with some knowledge of things and...wherewith to express them ; and then their rules of speaking will be * better understood and more firmly kept in mind. Else how should a child conceive...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - Education - 1890 - 568 pages
...getting, and fluid in retaining ; because indeed to them they signifie nothing but a meer swimming notion of a general term, which they know not what it meaneth till they comprehend all particulars : but by this [ie, the Orbis P.] or the like subsidiarie inform them first with some...
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Sonnenschein's Cyclopaedia of Education: A Handbook of Reference on All ...

Alfred Ewen Fletcher - Education - 1892 - 562 pages
...getting and fluid in retaining ; because, indeed, to them they signify nothing but a mere swimming notion of a general term, which they know not what it meaneth till they comprehend particulars.' There is much else to a like admirable effect. Hoole's four best known works— all published in 1659...
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Pioneers of Modern Education 1600-1700

John William Adamson - Education - 1905 - 285 pages
...fluid in retaining (because, indeed, to them they signifie nothing but a more [mere] swimming notion of a general term, which they know not what it meaneth till they comprehend all particulars); but by this or the like Subsidiarie inform them first with some knowledge of things...
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Lectures on the history of the nineteenth century delivered at the cambridge ...

Frederick Alexander Kirkpatrick - Eastern question - 1902 - 384 pages
...in retaining (because, indeed, to them they signifie nothing but a more [mere] swimming • notion of a general term, which they know not what it meaneth till they comprehend all particulars); but by this or the like Subsidiarie inform them first with some knowledge of things...
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