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- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
- not draw my particular interest. Nevertheless it is interesting
- from a scientific perspective? Our attention is drawn first to
- may find that drawing and writing carry the correlation
- than half the children who are gifted in drawing also have a
- coefficient of .2, arithmetic and drawing .19,
- and so on. From this it can be seen that arithmetic and drawing
- are the least compatible partners, whereas writing and drawing
- tongue and for drawing is found to be equally present in
- that they can recognize the origin of the skills for drawing
- drawing or the skill for their native language. Here,
- drawing in children who have recently entered school, one must
- now let us consider this question of writing and drawing.
- drawn toward all that belongs to the bony system, to everything
- This is not merely a question of drawing three lines in space,
- to drawing. When the teeth change, this becomes a soul activity
- geometrizing, for drawing, and so on.
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
- stages in life, in order to draw conclusions about education
- which conclusions are drawn with regard to the healthy human
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
- the change of teeth withdraws inward, takes on an entirely
- with strong inner opposition — is to have to draw on a
- numbers, drawing, and so on. But reading and writing are
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
- or even complete words, you draw something looking like
- we might draw something looking like this.
- understand that, after having introduced writing by drawing a
- painting and by painting a drawing (it is good for children to
- involved. Writing, when evolved through painting-drawing, is
- circulation. The way these are drawn is very suggestive,
- and, consequently, cannot be drawn in fixed outlines. Now you
- the letter forms have been gained through painting drawings and
- drawing paintings, and if one has gone on to a kind of phonetic
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
- efforts toward drawing with colored pencils from which writing
- painting, drawing, or similar activities; all of the work, the
- astral body not only draws in space but — strange as it
- sounds — it draws in time! It has the quality of leading
- to draw helpful drawings on the blackboard or to take up a
- draws in whatever is in its way. Indeed, in this context, it is
- to experience something distant — something that draws us
- fixed tasks in drawing or painting. Of course, if you force
- such feelings can be drawn out in children's souls, one enables
- that, if you use the method of painting-drawing and
- drawing-painting, the child will not learn to read as quickly.
- example, if they are strongly drawn to Wagner's music (and in
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
- such as in drawing or eurythmy, but these, so we are told, are
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
- draw any benefit from their dreaming. Yet, if one knows that in
- Whether a teacher draws substance to nourish the souls of
- organism whose lifeblood was being drawn out, or that was
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
- impression of eurythmy. It is an artistic movement that draws
- of form in language — which must draw out what the
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