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  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • letter-forms which have arisen, the combination of these
    • various letter-forms, is all a matter determined by convention.
    • In teaching the child the present form of reading, we teach him
    • a fact, it is in the form of special translation by means of
    • of the spirit itself, a communication into this form of writing
    • feel that here the most important thing is not the forms of the
    • figures, but the reality that lives in the figure-forms. And
    • the connection between the abstract letter-forms and the images
    • imitation of what was observed. All letter-forms have arisen
    • enough merely to form these shapes before the child with our
    • written forms of the letters, then the printed forms. We build
    • when they have these peculiar forms in front of them, discover
    • notice forms such as he has become familiar with in the f of
    • fish. He will then notice other forms, next to these, which we
    • formed the sum from them. That is never the way of our original
    • susceptible to authoritative teaching in the form of art
    • that, but we show him original forms in drawing; we show him
    • self-contained form, not with whether the form imitates this or
    • that, but we try to awaken his interest in the form itself.
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  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture II: On Language - the Oneness of man with the Universe
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    • can simply take as a formula the case of the nervous system
    • the condition of soul of the dog, is the sound formed. Another
    • try to produce a vowel by forming a sound in which a, o,
    • in spite of it, with the former object of fear. The profoundest
    • outward form of the fish. Consonants can always be traced
    • we can understand speech formation in still another way: what
    • setting “roundness” form. Thus not only for the
    • “Kohlkopf.” In German we express the form of the
    • the form of the head; he said “caput,” and thereby
    • Being whose organs form the planetary system.” If you
    • human being, this sense will deepen within you to form the
    • form of pictures, whereas what is after death is already
    • right teachers for these children because you have formerly
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture III: On the Plastically Formative Arts, Music, and Poetry
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    • beginning our work with the child with a certain artistic form
    • streams — the stream of the plastically formative and the
    • that of the plastically formative and the musically poetical,
    • formative shaping of the world, whereas all that sprang from
    • plastically formative. But they can only really be
    • of man contains a plastically formative element towards which
    • to excluding man from all the elements which should form his
    • nature with the plastically formative. In this way there
    • plastically formative, animates what is developed in the mere
    • formative, by letting the child live in the world of colour, by
    • you will gradually realize that the form of nature really
    • arms are formed on the chair, etc. — should be expressed
    • plastically formative in teaching. But just as little
    • performance, which also included demonstrations by our Dornach
    • like our performance too?” They had the real urge to
    • perform as well. It was a beautiful thing. Now at the request
    • you introduce the plastically formative element to the child in
    • element must be vivified by the plastically formative element,
    • same elementary way as we do with the plastically formative
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  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IV: The First School-lesson - Manual Skill, Drawing and Painting - the Beginnings of Language-teaching
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    • he already understands, what he can already form an opinion on,
    • for I have made him form an immediate opinion on
    • with this principle of forming opinions about everything and it
    • point, then, is not that the child should at once form an
    • particularly in the forming of his will?
    • performs his task with a certain perfection.
    • that a performance of this kind is repeated as revision in the
    • processes otherwise performed unconsciously.
    • our consciousness in relation to things is reflected in forms
    • perform it with him, my ego does it with him. My ego joins in
    • else, a form of listening. When someone tells a tale, the
    • life behind the sounds, but suppresses it. The ego performs a
    • performing Eurhythmy you are only making visible what you leave
    • fearfully sluggish, and in listening they inwardly perform at
    • beautiful interplay of these two forms of expression. The point
    • all based on a form of opinion to which I have frequently drawn
    • awaken this ego-sense in children in an egoistic form, but
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture V: Writing and Reading - Spelling
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    • child a certain mastery of the round and straight-lined forms
    • which he can master straight-lined and round forms with his
    • have it in encyclopaedic form. Let us see what success we have
    • the form of an animal or plant or even an external object. This
    • forms of the Egyptian writing, which was still hieroglyphic,
    • is a quite calm joy, in transferring to letters the form of
    • letter forms so that they are seen to emerge from an image, and
    • can try some time to clothe in picture-form the essence of the
    • ee). The pictorial form of the sound ee then
    • the little d. You can derive the existing letter-forms like
    • In this way, always explaining the transition from one form to
    • but so that he discovers the real transition from the form first
    • derived from drawing to the form which the modern written
    • anticipate letters in their final forms; they take a letter in
    • its present form and do not come to the Ð’ from the
    • it was frequently insisted that a uniform sauce or gravy should
    • organize things uniformly. In the same way the attempt was made
    • to make spelling, orthography, uniform. Now people have a quite
    • annoyed by it. A uniform German orthography was to be set
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  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VI: On the Rhythm of Life and Rhythmical Repetition in Teaching
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    • on people to determine an individual's gift for forming ideas,
    • a moment the rise of this experimental psychology in the form
    • abstract form of meaning in such a way that he does not, it is
    • influence the development of feeling, the formation of
    • former educators of youth, especially the teachers of more
    • great mark of progress that their former state is at last a
    • not merely consist, as it did formerly, in the teacher's
    • first form, of keeping them the next year in the second form,
    • the formation of the disposition or feeling life suffers
    • time in the second week. The human organism conforms as closely
    • been obtained which is committed to formulae in scientific
    • form. Just as, for instance, in physics, the Law of Gay-Lussac,
    • among others, is formulated, people are anxious to
    • formulate such laws in experimental education or
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VII: The Teaching in the Ninth Year - Natural History - the Animal Kingdom
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    • narrative form, in the same way as I took in our training class
    • form in its external aspect. You will draw his attention to the
    • with the outward form. You will be wise to use the drawing
    • form: that the head is spherical, that it is slightly flattened
    • form.
    • conception of the formation and function of the head. Then you
    • service performed by the feet and legs, in carrying the human
    • body, and that performed by the hands and arms in
    • Thus we ought to teach the child, by evolving ideas from form,
    • its physical form artistically. And you will succeed in
    • in the water. Sum up in artistic form what you are trying to
    • complex in formation, but it is really only a transformed
    • cuttle-fish — I mean, a transformed lower animal, for the
    • as his trunk goes he is more imperfectly formed than the higher
    • even in his structure. No animal species is so perfectly formed
    • transformed so as to be able to grasp objects, so as to perform
    • perform labour, because it no longer has to carry the body. The
    • “hands.” For when, after all, animals are formed to
    • speak to the child of the things of natural history in the form
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VIII: Education After the Twelfth - History - Physics
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    • history earlier than this in the form of stories; you can tell
    • in the form of stories in real historical form. And if you have
    • so that in the remodelled form he realizes the underlying
    • twelve he will not be able to master its formation
    • when you teach the child about the formation of the human eye?
    • form an image upon the back wall of the eye, etc. You must
    • formed through lenses or other instruments. For instance, you
    • twelve the application of light-refraction and image-formation
    • mind from which to form opinions. You cannot avoid saying to
    • which produces an electric discharge in the form of
    • way.” No, you must have the gift of so transforming
    • to be childish superficially, but to transform into childlike
    • telegraph apparatus is joined to the circuit in the form of an
    • will thus transform us with the marvelling child into
    • latest form, and to the fact that this will have an
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IX: On the Teaching of Languages
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    • restrictions we can perform our task at the Waldorf School when
    • of former work and your later teaching, to avoid translation,
    • form conclusions in everyday life and then pass on to
    • this process. Start by forming with the child something which
    • transform this sentence “the grass is growing
    • is green.” Then you go on to form a sentence expressing
    • opinion. You will find it difficult to form a sentence similar
    • syntax with the children by forming sentences expressly
    • left with them of the outward form of the examples. In
    • the most economical form of teaching. Prefer to teach grammar
    • and syntax, therefore, in the form of conversation. In doing
    • facilitates in grammar and formation of sentences the constant
    • have the reading-passage retold and thoughts about it formed
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture X: Arranging the Lesson up to the Fourteenth Year
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    • on the curriculum and the other on what will form the subjects of
    • shall therefore gradually evolve the written forms from the
    • drawn forms and we shall then go on to reading.
    • to imitate world-forms, as long as we derive it from drawing.
    • drawing forms with the written letters, so that the child still
    • link the written forms with the universal forms — with f
    • far-fetched as the forms of shorthand to enable him to
    • be studied in the form of practice of speaking.
    • line. That is, we evolve the actual forms in drawing, by
    • search for the relations between the forms, is only introduced
    • Here, too, the time has come when, using geometrical forms, we
    • not therefore form an opinion too early as to which children
    • the sentences which are formed during grammar lessons to
    • desired material in the form of a story, or even for him to
    • as Professor, will mount the platform and will say the first
    • At this moment you jump on to the platform and tear from its
    • and that is: you keep him from forming abstract thoughts in
    • him form concrete thoughts and go from the simple to the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XI: On the Teaching of Geography
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    • mineralogy in the form of description and direct observation
    • him the transformation into a map of the landscape
    • in the form of rivers and mountains, meadows and forest, etc.,
    • between the natural formation of the land and the conditions of
    • relation of human economics to natural formations. You build
    • the form of a little plaything or piece of handiwork. It will
    • the rock-formation of mountain ranges with all the uses of such
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XII: How to Connect School with Practical Life
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    • indeed, which are unsocial to-day could be transformed into
    • to a knowledge of the rules of at least the simplest forms of
    • language-teaching should be applied instead of that form of
    • methods used in the Girls' High Schools, it would form quite an
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XIII: On Drawing up the Time-table
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    • appears in a reforming capacity, as with the Scouts
    • first school year, a wonderful element of that will-formation
    • we further transform the little mite's physical training into
    • the formation of the will.
    • transforming much of what the children have absorbed purely
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XIV: Moral Educative Principles and their Transition to Practice
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    • Regulations” all the material formerly contained in old
    • the form of decrees what was until recently common spiritual
    • form of object lessons simply extends a pall of weariness over
    • have to inform themselves later from reading or from other
    • in the very nature of the case this information makes you more
    • not the external physical form of man in this tree or that, but
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Concluding Remarks
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