Western Journal of Education, Volumen16,Temas7-12

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Página 5 - Had I a sword of keener steel — That blue blade that the king's son bears, — but this Blunt thing!" he snapt and flung it from his hand, And lowering crept away and left the field. Then came the king's son, wounded, sore bestead, And weaponless, and saw the broken sword, Hilt-buried in the dry and trodden sand, And ran and snatched it, and with battle-shout Lifted afresh he hewed his enemy down, And saved a great cause that heroic day.
Página 9 - Sons of the Revolution, Sons of the American Revolution, Daughters of the Revolution, Daughters of the American Revolution, Sons of the Colonial Wars, Colonial Dames, Daughters of 1812.
Página 10 - The High School Principal: Good Heavens! What crudity! The boy's a fool The fault of course is with the grammar school. The Grammar School Principal: Would that from such a dunce I might be spared! They send them up to me so unprepared.
Página 13 - SERIES WITH TEACHERS' MANUAL THE authorship of this series is conclusive evidence of its rare worth, of its happy union of the ideal and the practical. The chief design of the books is to help pupils to acquire the art and habit of reading so well as to give pleasure both to themselves and to those who listen to them. They teach reading with expression, and the selections have, to a large extent, been chosen for this purpose.
Página 5 - Teachers are authorized to require excuses from the parents or guardians of pupils, either in person or by written note, in all cases of absence or tardiness, or of dismissal before the close of school.
Página 9 - New York, NY; New Orleans, La.; Honolulu, Hawaii; Old Customhouse, St. Louis, Mo.; or to the Chairman of the Porto Rican Civil Service Commission. San Juan, PR...
Página 7 - Let him once learn to take a straight shaving off a plank, or draw a fine curve without faltering, or lay a brick level in its mortar ; and he has learned a multitude of other matters which no lips of man could ever teach him.
Página 4 - ... at their belts. If you have not the patience for wise treatises, and must be entertained, as is the spirit of the time, by an impressionistic style, turn to Chesterton for a while — he is not so crazy as at first appears, and may have a message for you. There never was so great a need of an intelligent view of the place of Humanism in education. Leaders of educational thought have here their greatest work — nothing short of giving teachers and the public a sound philosophy of life, a true...
Página 12 - Awaken in early childhood the critical spirit of man ; awaken, early in the child's life, love of knowledge, love of truth, of art and literature for their own sake, and you arouse man's genius. We have average mediocre students, because we have mediocre teachers, department-store superintendents, clerkly principals and deans with bookkeepers' souls, because our schools and colleges deliberately aim at mediocrity. Ribot in describing- the degenerated Byzantine Greeks tells us that their leaders were...
Página 13 - placing service" is unique in the educational field. We do not send you printed notification blank telling you to "go after" vacancies, or rumored vacancies. We write up and send the employer a special bound report upon your qualifications, showing preparation, personality, credentials and experience.

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