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- Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
- letter-forms which have arisen, the combination of these
- various letter-forms, is all a matter determined by convention.
- the connection between the abstract letter-forms and the images
- imitation of what was observed. All letter-forms have arisen
- sound and letter-shapes — if we want to go so far back
- written forms of the letters, then the printed forms. We build
- We then proceed to draw on the board what the separate letters
- what he sees, of the printed letters too. Thus we succeed
- written down, and show the other letter-shapes which we have
- separate letters out of the word, and thus go from the whole to
- Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IV: The First School-lesson - Manual Skill, Drawing and Painting - the Beginnings of Language-teaching
- Grown-ups can write letters to each other, too; in fact, they
- able to write letters later, for besides learning to read you
- with letters, that the first lesson should start. This is how
- Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture V: Writing and Reading - Spelling
- initial letter, to lead him to nothing but the single sound, to
- the letter, always to develop the initial letter from the word.
- initial letter yourself in the same visualizing way from
- will find that the initial letter is pictorial, representing
- you find that everywhere the letters are imitations of such
- letter which we have for the beginning of the word Mouth and
- initial letter one came to the sign for the sound.
- shall try to arrive at the letter from the drawing: just as we
- is a quite calm joy, in transferring to letters the form of
- the letter which he has seen at the beginning of a word occurs
- Bear.” Then always write it up first in big letters so
- separate letters from their pictures he enters into a relation
- letter forms so that they are seen to emerge from an image, and
- (and here you pass on to small letters) there grew this sign,
- the little d. You can derive the existing letter-forms like
- letter actually takes.
- anticipate letters in their final forms; they take a letter in
- letters! In short, the portrait of this personality in its
- he valued very much — whose letters, in the facsimiles
- Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VII: The Teaching in the Ninth Year - Natural History - the Animal Kingdom
- beautiful letter which he wrote to Goethe at the beginning of
- (“Letters on the Aesthetic Education of Man”).
- These letters contain a tremendous
- and inspired in Schiller's Aesthetic Letters on
- education what you know to be the contents of these letters.
- them on Schiller's Aesthetic Letters. They had learnt
- Schiller's Aesthetic Letters they revolted! And all over
- teachers on Schiller's Aesthetic Letters, while
- suggestion, we have to go back to Schiller's Letters on
- Letters and Jean Paul's educational doctrines have really
- Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture X: Arranging the Lesson up to the Fourteenth Year
- The printed letters have become extraordinarily abstract. They
- have arisen, of course, without exception from written letters.
- written letters. It is quite correct to preserve intact,
- drawing forms with the written letters, so that the child still
- letter. In this way you overcome the abstract character of
- language. If, later, you are writing a letter in the language,
- letters, business correspondence, and so on. Only, that is,
- to be content with work of a letter-character, concerned with
- Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XII: How to Connect School with Practical Life
- to the business letter. And no child should pass the age of
- business letters. Do not say that he can learn this later.
- essays of a business nature, to business letters. In our day
- to write a decent business letter. Certainly he may not have to
- a respectable business letter. If the child has become satiated
- But if, after the children have written business letters in the
- the business letters and you then try to instil religious ideas
- write a business letter to some branch connected with the firm
- letter; an answer is received. Then another letter has to be
- person will not just superficially concoct a letter with half
- will draw up a letter with discretion and foresight.
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