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" The rote-system, like other systems of its age, made more of the forms and symbols than of the things symbolized. To repeat the words correctly was everything ; to understand their 'meaning nothing: and thus the spirit was sacrificed to the letter. It... "
The Educational Record of the Province of Quebec: The Medium Through which ... - Side 7
1896
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The Journal of Education for Upper Canada, Bind 7–8

1854 - 406 sider
...oral, and is illustrated as much as possible by appeals to nature." And so throughout. The rote system, like other systems of its age, made more of the forms...length perceived, that in this case as in others, euch a result is not accidental but necessary, — that in proportion as there is attention to the...
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Education: Intellectual, Moral, and Physical

Herbert Spencer - 1860 - 328 sider
...spontaneous process followed by the child in gaining its mother tongue. Describing the methods there used, the " Reports on the Training School at Battersea...understand their meaning nothing: and thus the spirit waa sacrificed to the letter. It is at length perceived, that in this case as in others, such a result...
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Education: Intellectual, Moral, and Physical

Herbert Spencer - 1860 - 300 sider
...spontaneous process followed by the child in gaining its mother tongue. Describing the methods there used, the " Reports on the Training School at Battersea...the things symbolized. To repeat the words correctly wa<» everything; to understand their meaning nothing: and thus the spirit was sacrificed to the letter....
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Annual Report, Bind 19–20

1873 - 648 sider
...modern authorities condemn the old mechanical way of teaching the alphabet. Spencer has well said: " The rote-system, like other systems of its age, made more of the form and symbol, than of the thing symbolized To repeat the words correctly was everything, to understand...
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Principles and Practices of Teaching

James Johonnot - 1878 - 474 sider
...more into discredit. All modern authorities condemn the old mechanical way of teaching the alphabet. The rote-system, like other systems of its age, made...the words correctly was everything, to understand the meaning nothing ; and thus the spirit was sacrificed to the letter. It is at length perceived that,...
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Lectures on Pedagogy, Theoretical and Practical: By Gabriel Compayré ...

Gabriel Compayré - 1887 - 516 sider
...superseded by plans based on the spontaneous process followed by the child in gaining its mother tongue The rotesystem, like other systems of its age, made more of the forms and symbols than of the thing symbolized. To repeat the words correctly was everything ; to understand their meaning, nothing...
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Lectures on Pedagogy: Theoretical and Practical

Gabriel Compayré - 1887 - 516 sider
...superseded by plans based on the spontaneous process followed by the child in gaining its mother tongue The rotesystem, like other systems of its age, made more of the forms and symbols than of the thing symbolized. To repeat the words correctly was everything ; to understand their meaning, nothing...
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Methods and Aids in Geography: For the Use of Teachers and Normal Schools

Charles Francis King - 1888 - 572 sider
...method, see Chaps. XIII., XIV., and XV., on North America. CHAPTER IV ADVANTAGES 07 THE TOPICAL METHOD THE rote-system, like other systems of its age, made...things symbolized. To repeat the words correctly was every thing, to understand the meaning nothing; and thus the spirit was sacrificed to the letter. —...
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The Pacific Coast Teacher, Bind 1–2

1891 - 642 sider
...once universal practice of learning by rote is daily falling into discredit. * * * * The rote system, like other systems of its age, made more of the forms...the words correctly was everything, to understand the meaning nothing; and and thus the spirit was sacrificed to the letter. It is at length perceived...
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The Greatest Works of the Greatest Authors, Ancient and Modern ...

1894 - 916 sider
...spontaneous process followed by the child in gaining its mother tongue. Describing the methods there used, the "Reports on the Training School at Battersea...spirit was sacrificed to the letter. It is at length pereeived, that in this case as in others, such a result is not accidental but necessary— that [in...
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