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Paris public schools; their organization, their co-operative relations, their courses of study

Paris public schools; their organization, their co-operative relations, their courses of study

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 Excerpt: ...The sentence, its definition and kinds. Writing stories from dictation. Correcting dictation. Quotations and the apostrophe. Broken and unbroken quotations. Direct and indirect quotations. Review of capitals, indentation of paragraphs, and mlarks of punctuation. II. LETTER WRITING. Supplement the text with frequent exercises in letter writing. This should be given the equivalent of once a week. The letter writing of this grade should comprise (a) the more common forms of social notes and letters; (b) the friendly letter; (c) the simple business letter should now be introduced. Motivate the letter writing as far as possible,--make it the outcome of school activities, personal experiences, and community inter ests. Keep foremost those conditions that will inspire to spontaneity of expression, but strive also to cultivate appreciation of form and phraseology on the part of the pupils. SUGGESTIONS FOR LETTER WRITING. Write invitations to another class to witness a set of folk games to be given by members of your class. Write letters to another class expressing your appreciation of an entertainment at which you were the guests of this class. Write a note of thanks to the Board of Eiilucation for improvements made in your school building or grounds during the summer. Write a letter requesting the Board of Education to equip your building with new clocks. Write a letter of sympathy to a classmate who has met with a misfortune. Write a letter of congratulations to a schoolmate who has won a deserved honor. Write invitations to parents and friends to attend a meeting of the Parent-Teacher Club. Write an imaginative letter from one character to another in one of your lessons. Write a letter of congratulations to Pinocchio on his escape from the African savage. Write ...