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IN METHODS OF TEACHING AND

SCHOOL MANAGEMENT

FOR

LICENSES TO TEACH IN NEW YORK CITY

Third Edition
1891 to July 1, 1914

PRICE, ONE DOLLAR NET, POSTPAID

T. J. McEVOY, PUBLISHER

6 THIRD AVENUB
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK

KD 22343

HARVARD
UNIVERSITY
LIBRARY

44x289

COPYRIGHT 1914
BY THOMAS J. McEVOY

LEX Press
165 WILLIAM STREET

New York

EXAMINATION QUESTIONS IN

METHODS OF TEACHING

CHAPTER I

LICENSE NO. 1 FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Examination in June, 1914.

Note.-Questions 1 to 8 inclusive were designated Methods I; questions 9 to 16 inclusive, designated Methods II, included English.

1. 1. Describe the aim and scope of the first lessons in number in the 1A grade. (6)

2. Describe appropriate objective work to accompany one of the lessons. (4)

3. Explain the statement that the first concept of number is ordinal. (4)

2. 1. State the principle on which the reduction of fractions to lower terms is based. (2)

2. Make a diagram to illustrate this principle. (6)

3. Give an application of the principle in the division of integers, and in ratio or proportion. (6)

3. Criticize with reasons each of the following problems and replace it with a good problem which gives the same drill. (12)

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