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  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • because the tasks of our particular age will compel us to
    • culture, of the reading and writing which you impart to the
    • what, apart from the place of the individual within a quite
    • drawing, etc.; we must impart the psychic element in teaching
    • other parts now follow the lead of their animal impulses and
    • separate parts. For example, here stands the word
    • the separate parts.
    • from the whole to the part. We divide, for instance, a piece of
    • than he has had up to now from our picking the parts up and
    • the process of going from the whole to the part. In this
    • shall notice incidentally that particularly in the first stage
    • way. Everything to-day is in confusion, particularly
    • particularly cultivated from the head downwards. The head
    • what we impart to him, comes to meet us, then this is passing
    • This truth must be kept in view quite particularly by the
    • with what we impart to the child, our action takes hold of the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture II: On Language - the Oneness of man with the Universe
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    • is necessary for the fifth post-Atlantean period, particularly
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture III: On the Plastically Formative Arts, Music, and Poetry
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    • as a point of departure in teaching, for a certain artistic
    • with our will, we take part in a process of vivification. As
    • are really poles apart, although precisely through their polar
    • given by Goethe in the didactic part of his “Theory of
    • didactic part of Goethe's Farbenlehre?
    • fore in these days: We are only to impart to the child what he
    • only be done with tact, for we must not depart too far from
    • expresses itself particularly in the child's third and
    • it is true that it contains as it plays its part in the child,
    • a supremely living power in music must be partially subdued and
    • towards one side or the other. This is particularly noticeable
    • unmusical child must be kept apart from all music and
    • of the greatest importance, particularly socially, will be the
    • really perfect recitation is one which particularly emphasizes
    • artistic. I felt particular pleasure when one of our
    • will-like element of music is that man should feel himself part
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IV: The First School-lesson - Manual Skill, Drawing and Painting - the Beginnings of Language-teaching
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    • favourite subject quite particularly recommended nowadays for
    • particularly in the forming of his will?
    • of reading, and, in fact, particularly to the reading of
    • the learning of grammar is not a useless factor, particularly
    • verb, but I participate in the action of his physical body; I
    • listening, particularly to verbs, is in reality always a
    • participation. The most spiritual part of man, in fact,
    • participates, but merely as “tendency.” But only in
    • listener all the time participates with his ego in the physical
    • heard parts of it. Particularly in the present age of our human
    • place again. Consequently, it will be particularly
    • place, is Art, the hygienic element in it will be of particular
    • participate — this knowledge alone will compel you to
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture V: Writing and Reading - Spelling
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    • to the part. This has the great advantage for education and
    • our common life, which should play no part in teaching and in
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VI: On the Rhythm of Life and Rhythmical Repetition in Teaching
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    • been particularly interested in what they call the process of
    • incompletely assimilated parts, you then see that a given
    • separate parts after it has been dissected. It cannot be done.
    • This heretical statement is meant particularly for the
    • particularly active in movements like the Theosophical
    • one another.” Such explanations were particularly in
    • impart directly to the world, because the world would be
    • something imparted in such a way that he does not fully
    • children in earlier years. It is part of the teaching method
    • enter like this into the rhythm of life is of quite particular
    • feeling for life itself. But you will then part company very
    • and people who have forgotten everything in a week! It is part,
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VII: The Teaching in the Ninth Year - Natural History - the Animal Kingdom
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    • particularly when you have brought the children to the end of
    • breathes through these, that in the lower part of the body he
    • it in a particular way. Perhaps only later, when, for instance,
    • constantly being renewed. Here you see, particularly with the
    • head. The part of man which most resembles the cuttle-fish is
    • because of his limbs, which are a part of the structure and
    • with a purpose, he is just beginning to be partially
    • can implant in the child's soul this quite particularly
    • pleasing, but because such ideas should become part of the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VIII: Education After the Twelfth - History - Physics
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    • abstractions too early. That will be particularly important in
    • own soul the child's participation in life. To be always a
    • Morse apparatus is then fitted; actually only one part of the
    • civilization through the Relativity Theory, particularly in its
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IX: On the Teaching of Languages
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    • apply a golden rule particularly to the older children whom we
    • shall teach economically if, above all, particularly with those
    • economy, particularly in foreign language teaching, for it
    • dreaminess of habit, but must always be a part of fully
    • teaching, particularly of the pupils whom you take on in the
    • the child does when he finds his own example is particularly
    • simply by taking an active part in the lesson yourself —
    • the children take pleasure in these examples and particularly
    • part in it with his soul by discovering examples, after three
    • These things can be done, but you yourself must take part in
    • particularly useful to you in teaching a foreign language.
    • these gaps, particularly in the grammar and syntax lessons, so
    • permanent value in their lives. It would be a particularly good
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture X: Arranging the Lesson up to the Fourteenth Year
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    • element as our point of departure. We shall study music and
    • teaching” in particular. But we also embark on the
    • foreign language is continued and becomes part of the grammar
    • a child who is saying something particularly tedious is
    • especially grammar and syntax, for it is of quite particular
    • consideration of such facts is part of the economy of teaching.
    • particularly economical and what wastes time. Delay is
    • proper social part in human social life. In this respect our
    • the exact movements to be made. We study our part carefully and
    • can write, and particularly after twelve years of age, tell
    • is further particularly important in a foreign language
    • particularly, of course, if you connect your object
    • (Dr. Rudolf Steiner used colours to mark the various parts.)
    • part here (∆ A Ð’ D) and put it to
    • part (∆ B D F), bring it also to the side,
    • this kind simply, by placing one part on top of another, and
    • a scalene right-angled triangle by fitting one part over
    • directly from the separate parts of the square on the
    • Pythagoras from the parts and only then go on to the scalene
    • But it is important to make this quite consciously part
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  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XI: On the Teaching of Geography
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    • can be partly interwoven with geography as early as the
    • child's attention to them like this: “You see that part
    • direct his attention to the fact that part of the district is
    • these railways determine the part played by provisions,
    • the Northern part of Italy, the Adriatic Sea, etc., you
    • instance, of the Alpine range, parted from each other by the
    • granite mountains — limestone mountains, parted from each
    • parts of the earth. You ought to be able to develop all this
    • parts of the earth. But be careful only to introduce this
    • particularly with geography, you can see how it is possible to
    • whole being of the school. Particularly from the way in which I
    • rock-substance. Particularly here you can do a great deal
    • are combined in granite or gneiss. Particularly in mineralogy
    • you can go from the whole to the part, from the structure of
    • this to the part.
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XII: How to Connect School with Practical Life
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    • more complicated than the part of which we are always
    • realize that particularly in the last of these stages of life
    • the subconscious plays a great part along with consciousness
    • — a part which is significant for the whole future life
    • is participation in a world made by human heads and hands
    • the religious parties would make the same compromises from
    • part of his religious teaching, and connected with it, the
    • sofas as part of the history teaching. Then we proceed to other
    • tremendous boon to the growing child, particularly from the
    • particularly in business life a very deep-seated evil that time
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XIII: On Drawing up the Time-table
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    • dictates of the outside world partially frustrate the ideal
    • particularly when youth desires, as do the
    • point of departure for teaching writing. The first school year
    • the way into music, will provide for us, particularly in the
    • children of six to seven of ideas which play a part in
    • pay attention all the time to correct speaking on our part, we
    • lost ground, particularly in these last years. We shall have to
    • understand how, in the English language particularly, the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XIV: Moral Educative Principles and their Transition to Practice
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    • the part left to them by the curricula. To-day things are
    • socialism would be felt quite particularly in the sphere of
    • very much immersed in his body, he is still very much part of
    • speaking, particularly when the children have not been spoilt
    • health. That is why particularly the last years of the
    • in teaching a particular thing at the right moment. You really
    • right at his particular age. Of course, if one could imbue
    • external analogies particularly with the plant world, for that
    • activities still partly prompted by instinct, but already very
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Concluding Remarks
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    • so that the human being should be understood, particularly the
    • participation.
    • particular the growing child. In all questions of method they
    • really well together. Let us be particularly faithful to the

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