Teachers' Manual; Books I-VIII for Prang's Complete Course in Form-Study and Drawing Volume S. 5-6

Teachers' Manual; Books I-VIII for Prang's Complete Course in Form-Study and Drawing Volume S. 5-6

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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. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ...the right-angled triangular prism, Fig. 5, or the equi. tri. prism, Fig. 6. All of these will be valuable as reviews, and any or all of them might be given to great advantage for quick work on the blackboard, preceding the work Fig. 5. Fig. 6. in the Drawing-Book. It may be well to give the pupils an opportunity to do the work for this exercise by individual study of the models, without suggestions of any sort from the teacher. If pupils are very familiar with the models, these exercises may be given from memory. Drill.--As there are several circles to be drawn in the border, it may seem desirable to give a drill exercise that will call for circles. A border of circles is therefore suggested, that may be given as practice for this exercise; or it may be given as practice for Exercise XV. If, however, drill does not seem necessary for either of these exercises, the page can be used for an exercise in Construction, Representation, or Decoration, according to the need of the teacher. To be developed.--Views of combinations of models; appearance of combinations; quality of line. Study of the Models by Pupils.--Place a sphere on the centre of the top face of the square prism, as in the illustration in the Drawing-Book. Lift the book until the top of the square prism is on a level with the eye, and study the models. What is the proportion of the square prism? The proportion is as 1 to 2.) How do the two models compare in size? What would you draw for the front view? (/ would draw an oblong, 1 to 2, with long sides from left to right, and above it, touching the middle of its upper side, a circle having a diameter equal to the short side of the oblong.) Turn the left end of the book toward you; what would you draw for the left-side view of the models? (I...show more

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