Excerpt from New York Teachers' Monographs, Vol. 3: Class Instruction Number; December, 1900
This result will not be accomplished, even with work well graded, unless the teacher expects each day's work to be done. What we expect from our pupils we may get, but if we expect nothing in particular we are likely to get just that and nothing more. To the pupil nothing can take the place of careful prepara tion of lessons each day. No instruction by the teacher, however good, can be a substitute for it.
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