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  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • to the teachers of the first Waldorf school. Here are 14 lectures,
    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • for that is when writing first arose. Later the process passed
    • first we shall attach great importance to cultivating the
    • accustomed from the first to handle an instrument, so that the
    • Therefore we first extract from the element of drawing the
    • in the school-life. We can only carry it out, then, first of
    • “head.” The child first learns to write down
    • shreds. That is all the same paper. The first time, when I have
    • human nature: seeing the sum first, and then dividing it up
    • from the first, teaching in painting, artistic
    • shall notice incidentally that particularly in the first stage
    • first teeth are shed the disposition for the complete musical
    • plastically skilled eye, arise first from this musical
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture II: On Language - the Oneness of man with the Universe
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    • to the teachers of the first Waldorf school. Here are 14 lectures,
    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • being intercepted at a certain point in the head for the first
    • first, it is true, of fear, but an identification of oneself,
    • first the pre-natal experiences, then the experiences
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture III: On the Plastically Formative Arts, Music, and Poetry
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    • to the teachers of the first Waldorf school. Here are 14 lectures,
    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • incidentally, the child gets itself at first thoroughly grubby
    • understand, which must first mature, is extraordinarily
    • considered at first to be unmusical.
    • first feels the lilt of an undefined melody, and only later
    • experience, but the first experience to be felt from the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IV: The First School-lesson - Manual Skill, Drawing and Painting - the Beginnings of Language-teaching
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    • to the teachers of the first Waldorf school. Here are 14 lectures,
    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • must look on the first school-lesson which you take with your
    • The influence of this first school-lesson will be far more
    • the potential influence of the first lesson fruitful for the
    • going to arrange the first school-lesson. Of course here I can
    • The first thing will be to draw the attention of the children
    • culture must be inspired in the child from the very first, so
    • how can we really educate the child from the first,
    • be done in the first lesson. You can say to him: “Watch
    • hands, but be careful to see that each child from the first
    • something by themselves from the first, and see, further,
    • into play. The greatest value must not first of all be attached
    • with letters, that the first lesson should start. This is how
    • let us take first the teacher who takes the main morning
    • like this is the time ripe for passing on to the first elements
    • early as the first lesson about reading, writing, and
    • first very bad Eurhythmy. You become better controlled when you
    • Gymnastics and Eurhythmy. Then, even if Eurhythmy, in the first
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture V: Writing and Reading - Spelling
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    • to the teachers of the first Waldorf school. Here are 14 lectures,
    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • the last lecture we spoke of how the first school-lesson should be
    • first, the child's consciousness of why he has actually come to
    • that the first elements of the musical experience of beauty and
    • will first try to show you by a few examples how this can be
    • own free imagination. I should first say to the child at this
    • breathing the first sound, as I illustrated with
    • the problem for you is to try, let us say, first to evolve the
    • “The people who first saw animals which begin with B,
    • Bear.” Then always write it up first in big letters so
    • this way you teach the child first of all a kind of
    • but so that he discovers the real transition from the form first
    • found from the child's first period up to the change of teeth,
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VI: On the Rhythm of Life and Rhythmical Repetition in Teaching
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    • to the teachers of the first Waldorf school. Here are 14 lectures,
    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • method is first to “dispose” the reader to the
    • reading passage, that is, first to introduce the person
    • first the process of familiarizing himself with the meaning of
    • it is useful firstly to understand the meaning of a reading
    • first understand the meaning of a thing which is to be
    • should do; that is what you must do. You must try first of all
    • to acquaint the child with things which are first and foremost
    • assimilate something first of all only by rote, uncomprehended,
    • you recall that just at that time he conceived the first idea
    • first form, of keeping them the next year in the second form,
    • begin anew with the first class. For one must sometimes be able
    • addition in the first school year; you come back to addition in
    • types of memory. Firstly, the quickly or slowly assimilating
    • memory?” And we learn: firstly, there is a type of memory
    • There are two conclusions to be drawn from this: firstly, let
    • dilettantism in enunciating something first as a piece of
    • introduce his children, first of all, to old grammar schools
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VII: The Teaching in the Ninth Year - Natural History - the Animal Kingdom
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    • to the teachers of the first Waldorf school. Here are 14 lectures,
    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • (Dr. Steiner in the original first
    • outside. This gives the child a first conception of the human
    • further to excite in the child a first, if still elementary,
    • should you go on to the rest of natural history, and first of
    • the class first of all with the cuttle-fish. You will tell them
    • have to describe all this to you first so that you can
    • translate it into teaching, for you must first be conscious of
    • into legs and arms, occurs for the first time in man, and is
    • will-element, must first have developed — you can see
    • because Goethe was like this, after first struggling hard with
    • possibilities?” But we must first know them, if all the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VIII: Education After the Twelfth - History - Physics
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    • to the teachers of the first Waldorf school. Here are 14 lectures,
    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • round the stove, is warmed first. The top of the room obviously
    • does not get warm first of all. But the warm air has the
    • “The air down below, around the stove, gets warm first;
    • attempts in the first place to acquire a certain maturity of
    • what was produced at the first station. According to whether I
    • closed by a wire passed from the first station to the second,
    • and a second wire from this back to the first. That could be
    • again to our first experience of a fact. A physical explanation
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IX: On the Teaching of Languages
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    • to the teachers of the first Waldorf school. Here are 14 lectures,
    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • first we shall have to come to a clear understanding about
    • lines. Now you will have to use the first lesson, perhaps even
    • the first week, for finding out what your children can already
    • First of all, let us take the oldest children who are to be
    • if you do not at first have the passages translated into their
    • does no harm. But first go through it with the children.
    • for example, was the first to write about subject-less and
    • language, of first taking a reading passage through, and then
    • the first week, perhaps even the second, if you conduct your
    • sentence; in the English sentence, if the first person is
    • first reading yourself and letting them repeat it; then
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture X: Arranging the Lesson up to the Fourteenth Year
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • concerned with the first stage of school-teaching. What
    • procedure: it is important that you do not first take reading
    • Reading isolates man very much, in the first place, and
    • there can always be inserted at the first stage a certain study
    • actually take place only between the first and second, and
    • in the first stage we shall have the intelligent children who
    • and the less able, who have difficulties at first but at last
    • what they have listened to, without first reading it at all.
    • first and foremost be confined to reading work. Any written
    • as Professor, will mount the platform and will say the first
    • observation.” This only holds, in the first place,
    • demonstrate the first rudiments of geometry graphically
    • composite. First of all, as is done here in the figure with the
    • usually first demonstrated with the isosceles triangle and only
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XI: On the Teaching of Geography
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    • to the teachers of the first Waldorf school. Here are 14 lectures,
    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • told you that the teaching of geography can first be begun at
    • the processes which occur on its surface. We try first of all
    • studying first. And then we begin to point out the connection
    • earth. Here, if we have only taken the first stage correctly,
    • at this point: “It is natural first to study the
    • district, and treat this in the same way. First describe the
    • degree by the first history lessons. Then speak, too, about the
    • perfectly. We describe to him first, from nine to twelve years
    • these peoples. But we only let the first and most primitive
    • whole attitude from first to last will be one of dealing with
    • the child into school and devote our attention first of all to
    • the first lesson, read in the second, etc., but we deal for
    • one subject first and extinguishing it in the next lesson. But
    • idea of the right procedure in teaching from first to last.
    • and gneiss first, and then the minerals of which they consist,
    • than to teach him first of all: granite consists of quartz,
    • things as coal for industry. At first we shall only describe it
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  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XII: How to Connect School with Practical Life
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    • to the teachers of the first Waldorf school. Here are 14 lectures,
    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • traceable between the losing of the first teeth and puberty
    • first glimmering of an improvement in attitude. The worst thing
    • into the first or lowest class of the senior school the lads of
    • first day and yell: “Fialkowski, Fialkowski! You'll have
    • to pay up to-morrow!” That is, as pupils of the first
    • point in the first stage, when the child comes to school until
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XIII: On Drawing up the Time-table
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    • to the teachers of the first Waldorf school. Here are 14 lectures,
    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • stands to the time-table which we will have to use at first
    • cannot risk letting our children, after the first or second
    • us say, at the end of the first year in school, before a board
    • above all we must seek to include in the first school year a
    • the mistakes which the child makes — at first he
    • standard demanded of him at the end of the first school
    • best absent from the very first year of school and which is
    • the ideal time-table we would not do this in the first school
    • first year and ask the child what “i” is, what
    • attributes.” In this way we first show the child the
    • The first school year will afford us plenty of opportunity for
    • will invade our teaching. But the first year will include much
    • that is of great benefit to the growing child. The first school
    • point of departure for teaching writing. The first school year
    • in the playing of a musical instrument. From the first we
    • first school year, a wonderful element of that will-formation
    • have been presented with the usual time-table for the first
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  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XIV: Moral Educative Principles and their Transition to Practice
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    • to the teachers of the first Waldorf school. Here are 14 lectures,
    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • When you receive a child in the first years at the elementary
    • last years of the school course. In his first years he is still
    • in their very first years, that they still have very sound
    • first years at school. These cease in the interests of human
    • have traced: first, up to nine years of age, when we introduce
    • world. Therefore, first of all the natural history of the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Concluding Remarks
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in August and September of 1919. This is a First Edition, English
    • Firstly that the teacher in general and in detail, in
    • school, in his behaviour with the children. That is the first



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