Outlines of Child Study; A Text Book for Parent-Teacher Associations, Mothers' Clubs, and All Kindred Organizations

Outlines of Child Study; A Text Book for Parent-Teacher Associations, Mothers' Clubs, and All Kindred Organizations

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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. 1915 edition. Excerpt: ...they "do not wish to be annoyed by it." But the question remains, Must not the child have this training of home industry? H so, who is going to give it, and how? c. The new school system is becoming more and more a matter of parent and teacher co-operation, and those parents who refuse to meet this modern call are derelicts deserving to be ranked with the juvenile delinquents. d. Apply to your state superintendent of instruction for help on these topics. HOME STUDY FOR PRE-ADOLESCENT CHILDREN 1. Under What Conditions is Home Preparation of Lessons Allowable? 28-56. 2. How may Teacher and Parent Co-operate in Bringing up Unlearned Lessons? 5-18; 121-170. 3. Parents and Teachers are Often in Disagreement over the Home Preparation of School Lessons. How Obviate this? (One parent and one teacher). 19-16. Suggestions a. Home study or preparation of the lesson by preadolescents should not be a habit but rather an occasional important incident. b. It is suggested that one program speaker make a canvass of at least twenty representative parents to learn how many of these are actually following the work of their children in the school. c. How many have gone to the school with a mild rebuke for the teacher and come back with a feeling of selfreproach? d. Is not a personal parent-teacher meeting necessary before the parent can intelligently assist the small child over the difficult parts of the lesson? HOME AND SCHOOL HEALTH 1. Medical Inspection as Compared with Medical Examination of Pupils and Value of Each. 15-Minn. St. Bd. of Health. 2. How may the School and the Home Co-operate in Keeping Down Contagious and Infectious Diseases? 12-3; 65. 3. A Report from the Press on the Field at Large of Modern Methods of Dealing with Disease in the...show more

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  • Paperback | 40 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 91g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236638875
  • 9781236638878