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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • gives me great joy to welcome those of you who have come from
    • people say about their own education. And here I want to give
    • now I shall give you another example from Tagore's memoirs of
    • were given in the evening, and his subject was English. I am
    • wanted to give his boys a special treat.]
    • coefficient zero is given. The idea of this method is to
    • and I must give evidence for the state of my health, and so on.
    • that hardens the human form to give it structure and support.
    • from human nature itself. If I had my way, I would give
    • themselves. To do this is my goal. We must not give mere lip
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • between hunger and eating. The teachers' response to a given
    • absorb in this way? Think of how the potential to give form to
    • human being during the first three years of life is given over
    • gives us the opportunity, one might say, to go for a little
    • sure that as young children they were not given enough sleep.
    • From this you can see how knowledge of the human being can give
    • life. I will give you one.
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • detect them. And when Herr von Osten gives his horse an
    • actions and general behavior, to give the child the possibility
    • psychologists shudder inwardly and give them metaphorical goose
    • There is no need to give the child sweets to foster intimacy.
    • everything that gives form, in relation to both plastic and
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • our primary goal is toward practical application, I can give
    • organs, entirely given over in a bodily-religious way to what
    • to follow given instructions. All they want is to copy what the
    • to give them some very simple sewing or embroidery to do.
    • whole point of a preschool is to give young children the
    • Give a child a handkerchief or a piece of cloth, knot it so
    • a doll or a kind of clown. With a few ink stains you can give
    • you give the child one of those perfect dolls, possibly with
    • you doing if you give the child such a doll? You are preventing
    • give it a simpler name — manifests in the most diverse
    • your lessons properly, you will be able to give your students
    • People with a materialistic outlook give too little attention
    • have to be considered, but each theory, in isolation, gives
    • give your pupils a lively description of animals in this sense,
    • given with a certain breadth from many perspectives
    • formed. In this way the possibility is given of receiving
    • are given religion lessons by our own teachers. The surprising
    • Protestant teachers. In this sense, Waldorf teachers who give
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • forces. When given this opportunity, children reveal a
    • being develops, and about how we have to give appropriate
    • will give students something that will serve their later lives.
    • tremendously revitalizing effect on one's life. We can give
    • finished concepts, but give them concepts that can grow and
    • expand further. We must give them living concepts that can be
    • do not want to go into details now, but merely give you a
    • strength one must give to children at this stage, so that one
    • A question is asked regarding music lessons given to a
    • be right or wrong. After puberty reasons have to be given
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • elders feel as they receive what is freely given by their
    • love, reaching the physical level, is given only during the
    • experience in the subjects for which they are given their
    • inevitably give the impression one is trying to crash through
    • about only if the teachers — forgive this rather pedantic
    • to be humorous, should never induce them to give a frivolous or
    • third occurs, is the possibility given for (how shall I call
    • situation was not understood properly. Let me give you an
    • quantity of firewood within a given time, or whether — if
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • difficult to give it a proper name, but something bad or
    • compromise” — forgive this term, I cannot express
    • lessons are given. It becomes transformed into the teacher's
    • actual teaching experience, are freely given and received.
    • from nine to ten in the morning, given to the third grade, is
    • healers who give medical treatment in places where this is not
    • different course of treatment should be given from what would
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • that equal consideration be given to everything pertaining to
    • example, a child with a melancholic disposition. If you give
    • Because of all this, I felt it necessary to give a seminar
    • supplementary courses were also given.
    • through talks given by Waldorf teachers such as Dr. von
    • lessons. I would like to give you an example.
    • aside from the most obvious. What gives such a class its
    • of a child's gall — forgive this expression, but it is
    • temperaments. First, one would give a description of these four
    • the published version of the first training course, given to
    • than necessary today. Forgive this somewhat drastic way of
    • course given in Stuttgart, could also consult a later course
    • a common message running through both courses, given in two
    • Thus, the educational course given here at the Goetheanum just
    • that what was given at an earlier date may receive further
    • students might typically be given a geography lesson from 8 to
    • of the following terms, it will build on what was given during
    • genius of Earth, gives them the enthusiasm they need to face
    • give another example: not long ago, during one of our teacher
    • when first given eurythmy exercises and then directed in doing
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • Once again we would like to try to give you an
    • being poets want to give to the world what they bring down into
    • or because of an attempt to rise above a given situation. One
    • these last few days, and is therefore unable to give us
    • from one another — the prose meaning is usually given
    • priority to be given the rebuilding of the Goetheanum and to
    • shadow cast by light. In order to give light its proper
    • it gives me all the more joy to have witnessed how so many

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