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- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
- [In German, the letter A is pronounced
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
- example, instead of presenting the child directly with letters
- has become the letter M.
- the child to sound only the first letter, in this way obtaining
- the letter F. And so, from these pictures, we lead to
- abstract letter forms.
- finally derive the actual letters from them. In this way we
- method of making words by adding single letters — a
- pupils learn to identify separate letters, such as P,
- N, or R; they are taught to pronounce the letters
- the letter forms have been gained through painting drawings and
- depend largely on our soul nature. When we pronounce letters,
- such as the letter M, for example, we actually say
- today, we make the sound of a letter by proceeding from the
- added to a consonantal letter is pronounced either before or
- Middle Europe today we often make the sound of a letter
- Anthroposophic Press, Hudson, NY, 1992.] Thus the letter
- The forms of the letters that express vowel sounds do not
- conventional pronunciation of the letters. Instead, the child
- will gain some experience of how letters came about, and this
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
- loosely, which can happen, nor too tightly, as if each letter
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
- these letters were missing, the omission of which indicated his
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