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Página 150 - 1881. To the Hon. Board of Managers St. Louis Public School Library : The undersigned, Secretary and Treasurer of the Board of President and Directors of " The St. Louis Public Schools," said Board being the depository of the funds of the Public School Library, respectfully
Página 236 - nerves (brain, five senses, and how to use them) ; 8, voluntary and involuntary motion, effect of exercise; 9, sleep, disease, death; 10, proper and improper hygienic habits (eating, drinking, sleeping, exercise, bathing, sitting in a draft of air, tight lacing, cramping the lungs, breathing pure air, keeping the feet warm and head cool, etc). SIXTH
Página 33 - To The Board of President and Directors of the St. Louis Public Schools, GENTLEMEN : — I have the honor to submit, herewith, the report of the
Página 275 - To the Honorable the Board of President and Directors of the St. Louis Public Schools : GENTLEMEN,—The annual reports of the Secretary for the fiscal year ending July 31,
Página 235 - Wheat, barley, oats, rye, Indian corn, rice; 2, potatoes, yams, beets, turnips, onions, beans, peas : 3, apples, peaches, pears, plums, cherries, oranges, bananas, lemons, bread-fruit, dates, pine-apples, figs, grapes; 4, sago, tapioca, sugar-cane, cocoa-nut, palm (its various uses); 5, pepper, cinnamon, cloves, nutmegs, vanilla; 6, tea, coffee, cocoa, mace; 7, Irish moss.
Página 231 - gained from a study of Calkin's Primary Object Lessons. FIRST GRADE. First Quarter: Study and use such portions of the first ten chapters of Hooker's Part I., as you can make available. Second Quarter: Chapters xi. to xxi. of the same book. Third Quarter: Chapters xxn. to xxvm. Fourth Quarter: Chapters xxix.
Página 230 - the industrial age in which they live. 2. In the fourth, fifth and sixth years these subjects of Natural Science are all taken up again in a second course, and much more scientifically developed: a) Botany, its method and practical application; b) Zoology and Human
Página 231 - down in the form of a synopsis. The blackboard is the most valuable appliance in oral lessons; on it should be written the technical words discussed, the classification of the knowledge brought out in the recitation, and, whenever possible, illustrative drawings.
Página 236 - continued—5, heat (sun, combustion, friction, effect on bodies, steam, thermometer, conduction, clothing, cooking, etc.); 6, light (sources, reflection, looking-glass, refraction, spectacles, microscope, prism, telescope, effect on growing bodies, photograph) ; 7, electricity (lightning, sealing-wax, experiments, etc.); 8, magnetism (mariner's compass, horse-shoe magnet, telegraph). Third Quarter.