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Full text of "The Discovery Of The Child"

CONTENTS

CHAPTER                                                                                                    PAGE

Introduction to the Third Italian Edition                .     v

Introduction to the Present Edition        .             ,   xiii

I.  Critical Considerations              .             .              .1

II. The History of Methods         .             .              .21

III.    Inaugural Address     ....    42"

IV.    Teaching Methods Used in Children's Houses         .    67
V.  Nature in Education  .          .          .              ,95

VI. Education in Movement         .              .              .  109-

VIL The Material for Development .              .              .143

VIII. The Exercises             .             .              .              .151

IX. Visual and Auditory Distinctions              .              .  170'

X.    Generalizations on the Education of the Senses        .  187

XI.    The Teacher            .          .          .              .195
XIL The Technique of Lessons       .           .              ,200-

XIII.    Observations on Prejudices      .              .              .212

XIV.    Elevation    .             .              .              ,              .224

XV.    Written Language     .              .              -              .237

XVI.    The Mechanism of Writing      .              .              ,  257

XVII.    Reading.....287

XVIII.    The Speech of the Child         ;              .              .  301
XIX.  The Teaching of Numeration and the Approach

to Arithmetic        .             .              .              .326

XX. Later Developments in Arithmetic         .              ,  340

XXI.  Drawing and Representative Art              .              ,  344

XXIL The Beginning of Musical Art  .              .              .  350'