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1888 printing of the 1887 copyrighted text. The author is credited as a member of the London School Board, and as a Ph.D. and as a Fellow of the Royal Society. A lecture on object teaching, covering its origins in the Pestalozzi school, its adoption, rejection, and re-adoption in English schools, and how to practice it in the classroom with specific lesson examples. Includes an appendix on a box of different tools and materials to be used with object teaching. The Schultz Archive seems to be the complete text of this issue of Teachers Manuals, No. 6.
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