A Cyclopedia of Education Volume 2

A Cyclopedia of Education Volume 2

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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. 1911 edition. Excerpt: ... Dancing; Festivals, School; Play. References: --Appleton, E. A Comprehensive Study of the Play Activities of Adult Savages and Civilized Children. (Chicago, 1910.) Baker-penoyre, J. ff. School Plays in Latin and Greek, Vol. II, pp. 317-337. Special Reports on Educational Subjects, 1898. (London, Wymans.) Chamberlain, A. F. The Child: A Study in Hie Evolution of Man. (London, 1900.) Gives an excellent account of the play impulse in different directions, together with a bibliography of great value, which would have been increased if the items had been classified. Chambers, E. K. The Mediamal Stage. 2 vols. (Oxford 1903.) Cambridge History of English Literature, vols. V, VI. (Cambridge, 1910.) These two volumes are devoted to the history of the English drama to 1642. Haywahd, F. H. Day and Evening Schools, ch. xxxiii, The School and the Drama. (Loudon. 1910.) Schelling, F. E. Elizabethan Drama. (Roston, 1908.) Watson, Foster. The English Grammar School to 1660. (Cambridge, 1908.) DRAMATIZATION, METHOD OF.--The method of having one or more children act out a human situation or story in the presence of the class in order to vivify the subject studied. See the separate subjects of the curriculum; also Drama And Education; Objective Methods. DRAPER, HENRY (1837-18S2).--A scientist, who graduated from New York University in 1858, and was several years a professor in that institution. He was the author of a textbook on chemistry and numerous scientific works. W. S. M. DRAPER, JOHN WILLIAM (1811-1882).--Scientist and educator, born in England, and graduated from the University of Pennsyl vania in 1836. He was for two years professor in Hampden-Sidney College, and for fortv-four years (1838-1882) professor in New York University. He made important..show more

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  • 9781236501004