Fourth Book of Lessons: For the Use of Schools (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from Fourth Book of Lessons: For the Use of Schools
Reading Lesson; but the First Section of Roots contains all that cc cur in the First Section of Reading Lessons. It is recommended, therefore, that when the whole of that Section has been learned, at the rate of a page of reading and six roots for each lesson, it should be carefully revised, when the Pupils should be able to explain every derivative word which occurs. Having done this, they Will proceed to the Second Section of Reading Lessons, and also to the Second Section of Latin and Greek Roots, which, containing only those ad ditional primitives which did not occur in the First Section, has not been arranged in Lessons. Teachers will use their own discretion as to the number to be prescribed for a lesson; but they will take care to make their Pupils continue to apply all the roots in the First Sec tion. They will proceed in the same way with the Third, F ourth.
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