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" The very looking upon the thing pictured suggesting the name of the thing will tell the child how the title of the picture is to be read. And thus the whole book being gone over by the bare titles of the pictures, reading cannot but be learned — and... "
Joh. Amos Comenii Orbis Sensualium Pictus: Hoc Est Omnium Principalium in ... - Page 9
by Johann Amos Comenius - 1810 - 213 pages
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The Historical Development of School Readers and Method in Teaching Reading ...

Rudolph Rex Reeder - Readers - 1900 - 93 pages
...proposed substitute for the alphabet method was the word and picture method suggested by Comenius. " The very looking upon the thing pictured suggesting the name of the thing will tell the child how the title of the picture is to be read. And thus the whole book being gone over by the...
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The Psychology and Pedagogy of Reading, with a Review of the History of ...

Edmund Burke Huey - 1908 - 469 pages
...of Teaching in the "Visible World." (From Johnson.) or other language. In his preface Comenius says: "The very looking upon the thing pictured suggesting the name of the thing will tell the child how the title of the picture is to be read. And thus the whole book being gone over by the...
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The History and Pedagogy of Reading: With a Review of the History of Reading ...

Edmund Burke Huey - Reading - 1908 - 275 pages
...of Teaching in the "Visible World." (From Johnson.) or other language. In his preface Comenius says: "The very looking upon the thing pictured suggesting the name of the thing will tell the child how the title of the picture is to be read. And thus the whole book being gone over by the...
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The Psychology and Pedagogy of Reading: With a Review of the History of ...

Edmund Burke Huey - Reading, Psychology of - 1908 - 469 pages
...of Teaching in the "Visible World." (From Johnson.) or other language. In his preface Comenius says: "The very looking upon the thing pictured suggesting the name of the thing will tell the child how the title of the picture is to be read. And thus the whole book being gone over by the...
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Reading in Public Schools

Thomas Henry Briggs, Lotus Delta Coffman - Reading - 1911 - 332 pages
...accredited with being the first effort at the word-method of teaching reading. Comenius himself says, "The very looking upon the thing pictured suggesting the name of the thing will tell the child how the title of the picture is to be read." The Sentence Method Probably the next step in...
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The Teaching of English: From the Sixteenth Century to 1870

Ian Michael - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1987 - 634 pages
...illustrated by their Pictures, to imprint the true notion of Reading in their memorys and understandings; for the very looking upon the thing Pictured, suggesting the name of the thing, doth tell the children how the word is to be read: for I have found it many times a hard task, to bring...
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