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Tuin New YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY
778160 A ASTOR, LENOX AND
STANDARD V I.
R 1935 L
For Ordinary Pass. Reading with fluency and expression; and recitation of not less than fifty lines of prose, or hundred of poetry.
N.B.—The passages for recitation may be taken from one or more standard authors, previously approved by the Inspector. Meaning and allusions to be known, and if well known to atone for deficiencies of memory
For Special Grant (Art. 19, C. 1).
For Ordinary Pass. Reading with improved expression, explanation, and grammatical analysis, of passages selected by the Inspector.
Specific Subject-English Literature and Language; 3rd year. (Art. 21 and Schedule IV., Scotch Code.)
Three hundred lines of poetry, not before brought up, repeated; with knowledge of meaning and allusion, and some general knowledge of the history, construction, and etymology of the English language.
N.B.-Poems of some length should preferably be selected.
NOTE.-This book is intended also for Pupil Teachers and for higher classes.
THE STORY OF LE FEVER