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BRADLEYS STRAIGHT LINE

PICTURE CUT OUTS

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Bradley's Straight-Line Picture

Cut-Outs
Combining Paper Cutting, Coloring and Con.

Poster Patterns
struction Busy Work

BY LULA MAUD CHANCE Boy Blue, Simple Simon, Jack and Jill, Alice of “Wonderland" fame and her friends, The Gryphon, 8210. This poster work provides interesting occuThe Dodo and other characters beloved by children - pation lessons through which the child's mind is all with movable arms, legs and heads — are made receiving information while, at the same time, his from these Cut-Outs.

hand and eye are being trained. The posters are Six Different Sets

designed to illustrate the subject

matter of Chance's

“Little Folks in Many Lands," and by their use the No. 8212. Fairy Tale

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in dark green ink, one inch in diameter. TwentyBradley's Phonetic Desk Card

four cards, containing all number combinations from 8291. Designed for review work in phonetics. 1 to 10. In a durable box. The teacher can determine at a glance the individual. child's knowledge of phonetics. by boting the results 13. Price, per box, 80.60; mailing weight, 11b. 3oz of his efforts to make complete words on this card. Price, per box, $0.20; mailing weight, 7 oz

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All addition, subtraction, multiplication, division words form the first basal story in Book I, "Progressive and factoring combinations from one to ten, are Road in Reading."

provided for. Put up in a durable box. Price, per box, $0.15; mailing weight, 6 oz.

Price, $0.20; mailing weight, 5 oz.

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140 The Color Brigade. Claire Foster ...

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151 Making of the First American Flag. Florence M, Miller.

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having the following helps in

teaching reading
Word Lists and Phonetic Lessons
for each story
Suggestions for written language
Phonetic summary
Alphabetical list of words taught
Specimen dramatizations
Devices for teaching sight words
and word groups
Devices for ear-training
Selections for memorizing
Various kinds of handwork and
games

A full scientific guide to enunciation
All these are furnished by the STORY HOUR Method

Do You Know the Story Hour Readers?

AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY

New York

Cincinnati

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Primary Education

A MONTHLY JOURNAL FOR PRIMARY TEACHERS

VOLUME XXVIII

JANUARY 1920

NUMBER 1

Hang Up Your Thermometer

N

Ida E. Roger
Grade Supervisor, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.

(Book rights reserved)
OT the glass and mercury kind, but the mental not a liberation from the old formal discipline to a chaotic

variety that'registers your pedagogical tempera- condition indicating neither democracy nor freedom, but ment, that blazes to you the challenge, “What am a practice of the right spirit of responsibility which produces

I Doing and Why am I Doing It?” – hang up in “a delightful effort” on the part of the child. your mental vision this measure that stings you into introspective sifting, that calls, Am I working through principles

Question I or merely imitating devices of as many different varieties

What opportunities are we offering for skilful training as the 57 kinds of Heinz, all of which can't be meant for

in "correctness and precision in the use of the mother the same meal! Honestly face the question, “What Sort

tongue”? This question contains the first criterion Mr. of a Place Ought a School to Be?” not what is the type Butler names. Our interpretation of this question must we have inherited, nor again the type you have stumbled be discussed under four headings: i.e., the work commonly upon and helped in working out through blindly following labelled reading, spelling, language, and writing. your principal's hobbies, but the sort you would like to see offered your own child, or yourself (could you find

(a) READING yourself once again a six-year-old trudging to school)!

From the first, habits are established which influence the What Are the Tendencies toward which the efforts of our

Manner of reading later done. Reading matter which elementary grades are bending? To this query, can we makes a strong child appeal is chosen and the child led not affirm that our aim is a character-building education by desire and interest to get the thought. This is the and that not as mere teachers or givers of outlines but as

chief aim. Yet ability to master words must become workers in developing in each child a Response to his

automatic if reading is to proceed with ease and indeopportunities, do we hold that we are justifying the confi- pendence. Undivided attention to this need is given dence of every child coming to us with a faith in humanity during a special

phonic period and other specific drill upon firmly fixed in his heart. We agree, however, that efficiency grasping the words of a phrase or clause is also added. Exin any educational institution must be measured by clear, periments have proven that correct motor eye-habits definite, uncompromising standards, even though “the

increase the speed in reading and the ability to grasp the confusions of the profession we are following are the con- idea. The slow reader (we are shown by efficiency tests) fusions of life and of that strange unconquerable thing we

finds interpretation of thought harder because he is “imcall growth.” And so even when recognizing character peded by the mechanical processes of the reading act.” making as our aim, we are also conscious that ours is the

His eye is not trained to group one sweep of related words, responsibility "for accomplishing with a large number of

and his pausing upon each word makes the rate slow and children in an economy of time what we would like with

the thought many times ununited. Modern methods of one child in an infinite period of time.”

reading make much of this drill to grasp ideas "in their As a measure of our present purposes, I suggest the

Combined Form in the thought.” The reading systems testing of what we are now accomplishing, by the standards

have definite standards for accomplishment. In addition, proposed by Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, President of

we are stressing silent reading combined with rate of Columbia University. His measure is as follows:

reading. This accomplishes alertness, concentration, and

thought getting. We are joining forces with the public “THESE FIVE CHARACTERISTICS I OFFER AS EVIDENCES

library in instructing students in the use of that institution OF AN EDUCATION: CORRECTNESS AND PRECISION IN THE

and are following up much of this independent reading by USE OF THE MOTHER TONGUE; REFINED AND GENTLE

a use of the material gained. Vocabulary results from this MANNERS, WHICH ARE THE EXPRESSION OF FIXED HABITS

source are infinite, and a natural step beyond that of the OF THOUGHT AND ACTION; THE POWER AND HABIT OF

younger

children who listen intently to and adopt phrases REFLECTION; THE POWER OF GROWTH; AND EFFICIENCY,

from the rhymes of Mother Goose. As the children thus OR THE POWER TO Do."

increase in ability to comprehend and use the expressions

met, they themselves discover the joy of continually The sound philosophy of these five criteria clearly meets broadening life’s outlook, and so find that reading, in truth, the conditions necessary because of the world-war problems may become a real adventure. This situation is one which which demand that we shall prepare the child to take his is significant. place in the coming keen competition which he as the future citizen will face. The failure of Greek philosophy (6) LANGUAGE was The Relaxing of Effort and the letting down of obliga- The language course of study at the close of the sixth tion. Our acceptance of these five standards demands, grade should show provision for the attainment of the

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