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1. The first four rules.

2. Practice and Bills of Parcels.

3. Simple Proportion.

4. Vulgar Fractions.

5. Decimal Fractions.

6. An exercise in Mental Arithmetic.

ARITHMETIC. First Year.

The figures must be well formed, and the sums worked methodically and as good models for children to imitate.

Second Year.

1. As in First Year, but defects in method and neatness more severely visited with loss of marks. 2. Simple Interest.

SEWING AND CUTTING OUT.

To cut out and make parts of a shirt.

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The work of a needlewoman in various branches applicable to the family of a working man.

DOMESTIC ECONOMY.

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Second Year.

1. Duties of Servants.

2. Household expenses, and investment of money.
3. Practical rules for the preservation of health.

Note---Only a per-centage of the marks for this paper will be given in the case of those students (of both years)
who do not present a certificate signed by the superintendent, to the effect that she is satisfied with their
industrial training.
practical proficiency in some specified portion of the work usually comprehended under the name of

VOCAL MUSIC.
First Year.

1. Notation: The treble and bass staves, and the relation between them.

2. Time: Simple common, and simple triple.

3. The scales, major and minor; with the intervals both, and the chromatic intervals found in the latter.

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4. Transposition from one key to another; and transcription from one variety of time to another (as from to).

Second Year.

1. Notation: The alto and tenor staves, and their relations to the treble and bass.

2. Time: Compound common, and compound triple.

3. Classification of intervals, as perfect and imperfect, consonant and dissonant.

4. Resolution of individual dissonant intervals.

5. Rudiments of harmony: Positions of chords; progression; inversion; discords by suspension (on fundamental basses only); the discord of the dominant seventh (in its direct form only.) NOTE.-A paper on this subject is not given to any student about to leave the Training College, who has not passed the Musical Inspector's examination in practical skill. Acting teachers who take this paper must produce a certificate fom some competent person (such as the organist of their church) that they children to sing from notes.” have "such an amount of musical skill, vocal or instrumental, as is sufficient for the purpose of teaching

DRAWING.

[N. B.-This exercise does not form part of the December examination. Annual examinations, in drawing only, are held at each of the Training Colleges under inspection some time in November, and at the various local drawing schools in connexion with the Department of Science and Art, at times to be learned from the masters of those schools. The value of the exercises is marked, and the marks carried to each candidate's total, for a certificate under this Syllabus.]

The series of exercises prescribed in the Art Directory* of the Department of Science and Art for a Drawing Certificate of the Second Grade.

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will be set for each year, and candidates who have not attended the Science Examination, in the May preceding their Examination under this Syllabus, may take one of these languages.

First Year.

This paper will contain grammatical questions, and easy passagest in prose for translation into
English.

Second Year.

This paper will contain harder passagest (in poetry as well as prose), for translation into
English, with questions upon the construction of particular sentences.

SCIENCE EXAMINATIONS.*

Additional marks will be given to any candidate who has passed with success in certain of the
subjects enumerated in Article VI. of the Science Directory of the Science and Art Department,
at the examinations fixed by Article XVIII. of the same Directory, provided that—

For information respecting the examinations in Science and Art, and for copies of the Science and Art
Directories, application may be made to "The Secretary, Science and Art Department, South Kensington,
London, W."
In 1876, the passages will be taken from Cæsar's Bell. Gall., Books I. and II., Virgil's Eneid, Books I.
and II., Derrière les Haies, by Mme. De Witt, Racine's Athalie, Schiller's Geschichte des dreissigjährigen Kriegs,
and Das Lied von der Glocke.

I. She obtains the minimum number of marks for a certificate according to this Syllabus without
counting her Science Marks.

II. She has obtained a first or second class at the science examination, either in honours, or in
the advanced stage (Science Directory XXI.) of the subject or subjects for which she claims
additional marks.

III. She does not take the Language paper at the Christmas Examination.

N.B.-Students in Training Colleges are admissible to the Science Examination in those subjects only for
which a special Course of Instruction is provided in the Time-table of their respective Colleges.
Students of the First Year can be examined in the Elementary Stage only, and no Student of either
year can be examined in more than two subjects.

The subjects for which additional marks may be given (being those for which Pupil Teachers and
other Candidates for admission to Training Colleges may‡ receive special marks) are as follows:-
6. Theoretical Mechanics.

7. Applied Mechanics.

8. Acoustics, Light and Heat.

9. Magnetism and Electricity.

10. Inorganic Chemistry.
11. Organic Chemistry.

14. Animal Physiology.

15. Elementary Botany.
23. Physical Geography.

The numbers prefixed are those which the subjects bear in the Science Directory.

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+ See first Schedule in English and Scotch Codes of 1875.

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EXAMINATION, JULY, 1876.

I.

QUESTIONS PROPOSED

ΤΟ

CANDIDATES

FOR

ADMISSION INTO TRAINING COLLEGES, AND FOR THE OFFICE OF TEACHER, UNDER

ARTICLES 60 AND 79, NEW CODE.

11.

LISTS OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES.

By Authority.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE,

AND SOLD BY

LONGMANS AND CO.,

39, PATERNOSTER Row, E.C.

1876.

(Price Sixpence)

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