« AnteriorContinuar »
V. Place after such syllables or words as were made in
the last lesson the final e, and consider the effect upon the vowel.
Example: tūb, tūbe; căp, cāpe; rip, ripe; not,
note; hat, hate. VI. Sound ą, and write some words using the letter as
Example: all, call, fall; aw-ful, paw;" caught,
taught. VII. Do the same with ä, à, and â. Mark the vowels in
ah, fast, calf, care, dare, bear.
Sound : car, care ; bar, bare; far, fare. VIII. Write e and i with the WAVE (~), and sound the let
ters. Make play-words, by choosing a consonant to precede. Give a list of real words ending in r. Use
the vowel u with the CIRCUMFLEX (^). IX. Mark the vowels in come, do, full, put, etc. X. Use th, sh, sc, st, bl, pr, qu, sm, dr, dw, etc., in making
words. XI. Pronounce: -est, -eth, -ard, -ant, -ent, -ble, -ing, -ful,
ness, -tion, -er. Make words. XII. Study: y (long and short); g, s, and c (hard and soft);
ng and nk.
Note. — These lessons are not put into such language as children would require. They are intended for occasional use, one at a time, in Blackboard work, as a means of helping children in the ready acquisition of words, and so of promoting fluency in reading. It has seemed that this arrangement would serve the teacher better than the customary method of scattering lessons through the entire book.
The OWL (Song and Story) . . 14 Two Naughty CHICKENS ...
A LITTLE SCHOOL . . . . . 138 DISCONTENT .......