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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1920
 

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Seite 67 - Down swept the chill wind from the mountain peak, From the snow five thousand summers old; On open wold and hill-top bleak It had gathered all the cold, And whirled it like sleet on the wanderer's cheek; It carried a shiver everywhere From the unleafed boughs and pastures bare...
Seite 66 - When gentians roll their fringes tight To save them for the morning, And chestnuts fall from satin burrs Without a sound of warning; When on the ground red apples lie In piles like jewels shining, And redder still on old stone walls Are leaves of woodbine twining...
Seite 29 - So far the public school has preempted the field of health education without occupying it. Theoretically, educators believe that health is more important than quantity of knowledge; practically, they seldom act upon the belief. The program of studies has not been adjusted to meet the changed needs of the pupils. The present arrangements for physical activity can be looked upon only as palliative measures in that they give some relief from the school desk.
Seite 119 - This plan developed in an attempt to solve the peculiar school problems created by the modern city. It grew out of a recognition of the fact that the rapid growth of cities makes the educational problem far more difficult than formerly ; in fact, has created a new school problem. The plan represents...
Seite 189 - SIR: I am transmitting herewith for publication as a bulletin of the Bureau .of Education the report of a partial survey of the schools of the city of Lexington, Ky.
Seite 22 - The plan would doubtless induce some to remain in school because the school work is thus made more interesting and the student can see a more direct relation between schooling and the promotion of his own interests. 4. The experiences involved promote a more earnest and thoughtful attitude toward work and the responsibilities of life. 5. The plan discourages idleness and unwholesome use of time, since the longer school day and year are fully occupied with interesting activities.
Seite 73 - Reappointment annually at the group maximum. 3. Promotion to the next higher group. The promotion from group to group beyond that of the three-year teachers should be granted only to those who have shown special merit and have given evidence of valuable professional study. To satisfy the latter condition, the board might require the candidate for promotion to spend a year in study at some recognized college or university, or a year in teaching in some good school system in another part of the country,...
Seite 38 - We regard as untenable the assumption, expressed or implied, that any individual would be uneducated if he pursued three or four regular studies per year and added music to these, but would be educated if he pursued four or five studies each year and dropped music.
Seite 64 - ... or to mark It in some other way. and in some you are to write out your answer. If an exercise is wrong It will not count, so It is wise to study each one carefully until you know exactly what you are asked to do. The number of exercises which you can finish thus In five minutes will make your score, so do them as fast as you can, being sure to do them right. Stop at once when time is called. Do not open the papers until told, so that all may begin at the same time. The teacher should then he...
Seite 124 - B school," which begins the day with special activities; in this case the children can omit the play period or auditorium from 8.30 to 9.20 and arrive at school at 9.20. Or, again, many parents prefer to have their children take special music lessons after school. It often happens that home work or staying after school interferes with these lessons. Under the work-studyplay plan it is possible to put such children in the "A school" and let them omit the play period or the auditorium in the afternoon...

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