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hre hab. Ed. 1862

rū* 110 lielson. Poth en 1607.

(Ed. 184") THEORY AND PRACTICE 7.23.07

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OF

TEACHING:

OR,

THE MOTIVES AND METHODS

OP

GOOD SCHOOL-KEEPING

BY DAVID P. PAGE, A. M.

PRINCIPAL OF THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL,

ALBANY, NEW YORK:

SEVENTH EDITION.

SYRACUSE:
PUBLISHED BY HALL & DICKSON.

NEW YORK:- A. S. BARNES & CO.

BOSTON :--W. J. REYNOLDS & CO.
PHILADELPHIA:-THOMAS, COWPERTHWAITE, & co.

1847.

by that word, I would simply say, that I have not been dealing in the speculative dreams of the closet, but in convictions derived from the realities of the schoolroom during some twenty years of actual service as a teacher. Theory may justly mean the science distinguished from the art of Teaching,—but as in practice these should never be divorced, so in the following chapters I have endeavored constantly to illustrate the one by the other.

If life should be spared and other circumstances should warrant the undertaking, perhaps a further course comprising the Details of Teaching may, at some future time, assume a similar form to complete my original design.

DAVID P. PAGE.

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Albany, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1847.

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