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- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
- called walking, speaking, and thinking.
- are learning how to walk, speak, and think.
- walk, speak, and think? The capacity to walk comprises far more
- characteristic way of walking. An inner adjustment underlies
- learning to walk; there is an inner orientation of the young
- because the child stands within it. While learning to walk,
- commonly called “learning to walk,” as everyone can
- find out. The expression “learning to walk”
- learn to walk is to learn to experience the principles of
- child, work in full coordination in walking, while the body's
- Better still, to learn to walk is
- is what learning to walk is all about. But through the fact
- development. Thus, the child who is learning to walk adapts
- arms and hands. Consequently, if a child walks with firm and
- even steps, if its walk does not tend to be slovenly, you have
- this refers to the time when the child learns to walk and talk.
- children are encouraged to learn to walk first, that is, if one
- can walk. Speech has to be developed on the basis of the right
- kind of walking and of the free movement of the arms.
- third faculty the child must learn on the basis of walking and
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- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
- in learning to walk, speak, and think — the three most
- walk.” I have already mentioned that a part of this
- hold of in learning how to walk, there lives yet something else
- way the child also learns to walk.
- when walking is also is due to imitating the father, mother, or
- how the child's life circles are expanded through walking,
- meet in the child's threefold activity of walking, speaking,
- one can observe clearly, it will be found that when walking,
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
- forehead, nose, eyes. He has legs. He walks, and he holds
- fewer men would be walking around with bald heads!
- being is a creature that walks on two legs and has no feathers.
- “This is a human being! It is a creature that walks on
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
- absent-mindedly walks off with the blackboard towel around his
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
- for a walk or for an outing, and the role of gymnastics will
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