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Experimental Work in Elementary Schools: Teaching Children How to Study History


by George Edward Marker - 1904

A class of sixth grade pupils of the Speyer School, averaging in age twelve and one-half years, was placed in my charge for a period of ten weeks. Part of the time we were limited to four periods a week, each recitation period being thirty-five minutes in length. Later, we were given five such periods per week. Owing to the number of daily recitations outlined for these pupils, I deemed it advisable to assign very little work outside of the regular recitation period.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 5 Number 3, 1904, p. 20-33
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 9799, Date Accessed: 5/27/2020 11:12:12 PM

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