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  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • spoken about during these years, this is in itself something that
    • years old.
    • If a teacher makes a mistake while teaching a 10 or 12 year old, then,
    • world-interest is not aroused in the 15 or 16 year old. If they learn
    • It cannot be said often enough that in the years between 14 and 18 we
    • importance and, in considering the high school years, should be taken
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
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    • laid at the proper time of year and that it be receptive to
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture III: A Comprehensive Knowledge of Man as the Source of Imagination in the Teacher
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    • taught a child in his eighth or ninth year will be accepted
    • thirty-fifth year, and signify an essential enlivening of the
    • it is when in his thirty-fifth year a person can call up
    • accepted in love in our eighth or ninth year remains hidden and
    • years at hard labor.
    • his Government, he sentences to six years' hard labor. Above,
    • Spiritual Milestones in the Course of the Year,”
  • Title: The Three Fundamental Forces in Education: Lecture
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    • as well to the years following the change of voice, or its
    • year the physical body and the etheric body are most active
    • forces that are particularly active in these years
    • — that is, in the years when imitation plays so important
    • the seventh year. The whole period up to the change of teeth,
    • forces which after the seventh year appear as mental forces,
    • seventh year and begins to function — no longer in the
    • active with the seventh year; and from then on, they operate
    • and then from the seventh year on they function as soul-
    • year, during which we must work with the forces of authority,
    • one is conscious that when, around the seventh year, one calls
    • Another process takes place in the years of puberty, but it is
    • the fourteenth or fifteenth year. During this period
    • place, beginning with the seventh year, in connection with
    • year. This also is dammed up again now, in the woman in the
    • outer music-speech forces. Up to the seventh year, man is
    • year what proceeds from music-speech becomes particularly
    • seventh year what is plastic-architectonic works together with
    • seventh year, so that from then on the relation between
    • held up as early as the seventh year; the others act less
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  • Title: Introductory Words to the First of Four Educational Lectures
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    • before you last year in our introductory educational course.
    • gave you last year about the teacher himself, the teacher and
    • forty years with such pride, with regard to all those things
    • you saw last year that our pedagogy has not to be built up on
    • class, the 6-7 year old children; now our teaching will always
    • worked with this first class for a year we do not say to
    • the school year I had excellent educational principles, I have
    • year, you yourself have really learned the most during this
    • have taught what you would not have been able to teach a year
    • earlier. At the end of the school year you say: yes, now for
    • certain secret. If at the beginning of the school year you had
    • the beginning what you had learned by the end of the year, and
    • beginning of the year what you had learned by the end. A
    • knowledge which is ours after we have taught for a year,
    • of each year you have spoken to yourself somewhat after the
    • year, you will say just the same out of a really right feeling.
    • eight and nine-year old children by working with them; at the
    • end of each school year I know what I ought to have done. But
    • when you have reached the fourth or fifth, school year, you
    • have taught for a year. And so, after you have finished the
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