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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ... and work of the school demand her personal efforts. For two weeks at the opening of each quarter, the instruction is exclusively in her hands. She has immediate charge of all the work of the student teacher in directing the making of the subject and lesson plans, the writing of reports based on observations in the schoolroom, and the execution of plans. She meets her student teachers each day at three o'clock for the purpose of reviewing the work of the day, examining the lesson plans, instructing in method, and hearing and discussing reports of observation in child study. HOURS FOR TEACHING. The hours in the training school are from 9 to 11 for the kindergarten, first and second grades; from 9 to 11:30 for the other grades. In the afternoon all grades, except the kindergarten, are in session from 1130 to 3:2O. COURSE OF STUDY. ENGLISH. Much of the success in English teaching depends upon the teacher's recognition of many conditions, among them the following: I. Her preparation for the work. (a) The books she reads. (b) Her associations. (c) The purity of her English. (d) Her understanding and love of children, which enable her to lead them sympathetically through the literature adapted to each stage of their development. II. Her full appreciation of the fact that, "Imitation and habit are controlling factors in all teaching, and that every hour of school modifies theEnglish of thepupils." Notwithstanding the fact that all exercises of the school are exercises in English, there are three which furnish opportunities for definite instruction in correct written and spoken forms, notably: (a) Reading. (b) Language. (c) Composition. Reading. The reading exercise furnishes opportunities: 1. For drill upon the mechanics of the process of reading. 2. more

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  • Paperback | 44 pages
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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