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Página 293 - HANDBOOK OF BIRDS Of Eastern North America. With Keys to the Species ; Descriptions of their Plumages, Nests, etc. ; their Distribution and Migrations. By FRANK M. CHAPMAN.
Página i - WHAT I SAW IN THE SCHOOLS OF GERMANY. FRANCE, AUSTRIA, AND SWITZERLAND. By LR KLEMM, Ph. D., Principal of the Cincinnati Technical School.
Página 27 - ... from developing freely through the exercise of his creative ingenuity. Play sends the pupil back refreshed to his work, since in play he forgets himself in his own way, while in work he is required to forget himself in a manner prescribed for him by another. —Play is of great importance in helping one to discover the true individualities of children, because in play they may betray thoughtlessly -their inclinations. This antithesis of work and play runs through the entire life. Children anticipate...
Página 18 - ... in order to distinguish these. "Breaking" consists in producing in an animal, either by pain or pleasure of the senses, an activity of which, it is true, he is capable, but which he never would have developed if left to himself. On the other hand, it is the nature of Education only to assist in the producing of that which the subject would strive most earnestly to develop for himself if he had a clear idea of himself.
Página 297 - Illustrations. $1.75. . While there have been many monographs in different languages upon various phases of this subject, there has been a want of a convenient and comprehensive survey of the whole field. Professor Angot...
Página 295 - SHARE IN PRIMITIVE CULTURE. By OTIS TUFTON MASON, AM, Curator of the Department of Ethnology in the United States National Museum. With numerous Illustrations. I2mo. Cloth, $1.75. ** A most interesting re'snme' of the revelations which science has made concerning the habits of human beings in primitive times, and especially as to the place, the duties, and the customs of women.