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- Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture III: On the Plastically Formative Arts, Music, and Poetry
- as we shall, of course — into the mountains and the
- Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XI: On the Teaching of Geography
- picture, the relations of mountain and river and other aspects
- And we draw on it the physical features of the mountains and
- rivers with blue and the mountains with brown chalk. But then
- too, we point out to him that mountains contain all kinds of
- in the form of rivers and mountains, meadows and forest, etc.,
- definite spots and the wealth of the mountains or the courses
- and say: “You see, the mountain masses above the top red
- line are made of limestone like this, and the mountains beneath
- the mountains lying between, show him a piece of granite, or
- gneiss, and say: “The mountain range between the two is
- by side the whole length of the mountain range from south to
- north, bending towards the north: limestone mountains —
- granite mountains — limestone mountains, parted from each
- the mountain structure. You begin to describe quite
- vividly a little mountain village situated really high up, you
- Then you draw for him a district poor in mountains, a flat
- limestone mountains and primary mountains. You show him the
- constituents of the primary mountain-rock, granite or gneiss.
- mountains to mineralogy. And it helps the child.
- the rock-formation of mountain ranges with all the uses of such
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