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Practical Lessons in Language Open Access Deposited

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Copyrighted 1893. The author is credited as Principal of Grammar School No. 3, Brooklyn, NY. The book is meant to cover the last two years of the primary course. Lessons are headed as "Things to Notice" and "Things to Do," while reviews are headed as "Things to Remember." It recommends that the teacher help students correct their writing while they are working on it, as opposed to making corrections after it has been written. Includes illustrations that serve as the subject matter of compositions. Includes lessons on stories for reproduction, supplying suitable words, letter writing, the parts of a statement, joining sentences, reproduction and quotation marks, words used to qualify, and composition exercises. The Schultz Archive copy contains various pages up to page 139. There is no TOC.

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