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" But what does he go on to say? "Therefore I make use of it, and endeavor, by the guidance of its uttered sounds, to reproduce in the child the self-same impressions which, in the human race, have occasioned and formed these sounds. Great is the gift of... "
Pestalozzi: An Account of His Life and Work - Side 296
af Henry Holman - 1908 - 322 sider
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The life and system of Pestalozzi. Tr. by J. Tilleard

Karl Georg L. von Raumer - 1855 - 92 sider
...which Nature's entire domain has made on the human race."f But what does he go on to say? " Therefore I make use of it, and endeavour, by the guidance of...nature required thousands of years to give to man." In that case, every child would be a rich heir of antiquity, without the trouble of acquisition ; words...
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The American Journal of Education, Bind 4

1857 - 880 sider
...made on the human race." But what does he go on to say? "Therefore I make use of it, and endeavor, by the guidance of its uttered sounds, to reproduce...moment what nature required thousands of years to give man." In that case, every child would be a rich heir of antiquity, without the trouble of acquisition;...
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American Journal of Education and College Review, Bind 4

1857 - 956 sider
...made on the human race." But what does he go on to say ? " Therefore I make use of it, and endeavor, by the guidance of its uttered sounds, to reproduce...moment what nature required thousands of years to give man." In that case, every child would be a rich heir of antiquity, without the trouble of acquisition;...
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Pestalozzi and Pestalozzianism: Life, Educational Principles, and Methods ...

Henry Barnard - 1859 - 480 sider
...made on the human race." But what does he go on to say ? " Therefore I make use of it, and endeavor, by the guidance of its uttered sounds, to reproduce...moment what nature required thousands of years to give man." In that case, every child would be a rich heir of antiquity, without the trouble of acquisition;...
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Legislative Documents, Bind 1

Iowa. General Assembly - 1872 - 964 sider
...its uttered sounds (in the dictation exercises which he carried to such a bight in the school-room), to reproduce in the child the self-same impressions...moment what nature required thousands of years to give man.' " To which high eulogy on language Räumer very archly responds, catching the great lieformer...
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The Practical Teacher; with which is Incorporated the Practical ..., Bind 2

Joseph Hughes - 1883 - 578 sider
...the reflex of all the impressions which Nature's entire domain has made on the human race. Therefore I make use of it, and endeavour, by the guidance of...Nature required thousands of years to give to man.' Compare these observations with the statement of Pestalozzi's opinions in p. 227, and mark how, in...
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The Practical Teacher, Bind 2

1883 - 658 sider
...the reflex of all the impressions which Nature's entire domain has made on the human race. Therefore I make use of it, and endeavour, by the guidance of...child in one moment what Nature required thousands of ytars to give to man.' Compare these observations with the statement of Pestalozzi's opinions in p....
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Northern Review, Bind 2–3

1916 - 612 sider
...many languages as a man knows, so many times a man is he." — Henry Barnard, Journal of Education. Great is the gift of language. It gives to the child...nature required thousands of years to give to man. — Pestalozzl. * The whole of education rests upon a threefold foundation: Number, Form, and Language....
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