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An excerpt from the author's INTRODUCTION: Without prejudice to any useful purpose which the book may be made to serve, I suggest in what follows the work I have designed it to perform in college classes. Let the teacher begin with the assumption that in so far as sins against elementary principles are concerned, each student is innocent until he has proved himself guilty. Change the character of the prescribed course in English for Freshmen from one in composition to one which emphasizes An excerpt from the author's INTRODUCTION: Without prejudice to any useful purpose which the book may be made to serve, I suggest in what follows the work I have designed it to perform in college classes. Let the teacher begin with the assumption that in so far as sins against elementary principles are concerned, each student is innocent until he has proved himself guilty. Change the character of the prescribed course in English for Freshmen from one in composition to one which emphasizes primarily the study of literature. Choose literary material which is stimulating, study it intensively with reference to the ideas it contains, and hold students to exactness of comprehension, thought, and expression. At each meeting of the class have a written recitation of five or ten minutes, answering some question on the day's lesson, usually a textual question or a question of fact, with the object of finding out whether the student has read the assignment and understood it. Then, having had a recitation from each student, the teacher may feel free to devote the rest of the hour to a discussion of the ideas in the lesson, or to any exercise which will make the students feel the value of what they are reading. Once in two or three weeks there may be written a theme, preferably in class, on topics that demand thought, something more than mere exercise of memory. As many as possible of his papers should be returned to the student, who should be left to study the mistakes marked in his papers by the passages in the book to which the symbols point him. The burden of training himself in elementary matters which he should have learned in school should be thrown on him. His progress should be measured by his improvement rather than by his skill in rewriting after specific errors have been pointed out to him. On the basis of these papers pick out as early as possible the students who are "deficient in spelling, punctuation, sentence and paragraph structure," and organize them Books, , A-Guide-to-Good-English~~Robert-Palfrey-Utter, 999999999, A Guide to Good English, Robert Palfrey Utter, 1436513863, Kessinger Publishing Company, , , , , Kessinger Publishing Company

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An excerpt from the author's INTRODUCTION: Without prejudice to any useful purpose which the book may be made to serve, I suggest in what follows the work I have designed it to perform in college classes. Let the teacher begin with the assumption that in so far as sins against elementary principles are concerned, each student is innocent until he has proved himself guilty. Change the character of the prescribed course in English for Freshmen from one in composition to one which emphasizes An excerpt from the author's INTRODUCTION: Without prejudice to any useful purpose which the book may be made to serve, I suggest in what follows the work I have designed it to perform in college classes. Let the teacher begin with the assumption that in so far as sins against elementary principles are concerned, each student is innocent until he has proved himself guilty. Change the character of the prescribed course in English for Freshmen from one in composition to one which emphasizes primarily the study of literature. Choose literary material which is stimulating, study it intensively with reference to the ideas it contains, and hold students to exactness of comprehension, thought, and expression. At each meeting of the class have a written recitation of five or ten minutes, answering some question on the day's lesson, usually a textual question or a question of fact, with the object of finding out whether the student has read the assignment and understood it. Then, having had a recitation from each student, the teacher may feel free to devote the rest of the hour to a discussion of the ideas in the lesson, or to any exercise which will make the students feel the value of what they are reading. Once in two or three weeks there may be written a theme, preferably in class, on topics that demand thought, something more than mere exercise of memory. As many as possible of his papers should be returned to the student, who should be left to study the mistakes marked in his papers by the passages in the book to which the symbols point him. The burden of training himself in elementary matters which he should have learned in school should be thrown on him. His progress should be measured by his improvement rather than by his skill in rewriting after specific errors have been pointed out to him. On the basis of these papers pick out as early as possible the students who are "deficient in spelling, punctuation, sentence and paragraph structure," and organize them Books, , guide-to-good-English~~Robert-Palfrey-Utter, 999999999, A Guide to Good English, Robert Palfrey Utter, 1436513863, Kessinger Publishing Company, , , , , Kessinger Publishing Company

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A Guide to Good English (1914)
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Utter, Robert Palfrey

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A Guide to Good English (1914)

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9781436513869

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781436513869
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1436513863
Gebundene Ausgabe
Erscheinungsjahr: 2008
Herausgeber: KESSINGER PUB CO
222 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,494 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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