The Boys' and Girls' Readers; Teachers' Manual of Silent and Oral Reading Volume 4

The Boys' and Girls' Readers; Teachers' Manual of Silent and Oral Reading Volume 4

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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. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ...for such a section is the logical division in the selection. Observe how the following outline brings out the stages of this story: Sections 1-2. Rivalry between the Town and Cliff Schools Sections 3-8. Ole Anderson and the challenge 3-4. His proposition to the Cliff boys 5-6. The rules for the game 7-8. The challenge and acceptance Sections 9-lb. The first run 9. The differs in training 10-11. Getting the lay of the land 12-14. Winning the first race Sections 15-29. The second run 15-16. Preparations of both sides 17. The start 18-21. Laying false scents 22. Resting at the monastery 23-24. Laying another false scent 2-25. Ole and Joe over the cliff 26-27. The run home 28. The Cliff School declared winners 29. Return of the hounds one hour and six minutes later Section SO. The Towners' challenge for next year Using the illustrations of a book. In this story there is an excellent opportunity to trace the actual run of the hares. Encourage them to experiment in making local maps of their own neighborhoods, if they play this game. Perhaps you, or a pupil, can draw the following map on the board, so that the children can trace the route. Localizing words. Each word in the list may be applied to some boy in the story. To whom? When? Where? Carrying reading into life outside of school. There is no better way to popularize the reading period than to let the children realize that selections in the reader have an outside use, particularly in their play life. Encourage the class to hold a real Hare and Hounds Match on a Saturday. Suggest that they train for it after school. Urge them to get together to plan routes for the hares to take. Lend the use of the blackboard for secret committee meetings after school, so that the teams can block in a local map more

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  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 186g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236642945
  • 9781236642943