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The Thinker, a Moral Reader: Containing Selections from the Gems of the Language, Arranged on a New and Original Plan; Designed to Arouse the Minds of Three in Part, Vol. 1 of 3 (Classic Reprint) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 28 ago 2012

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No one can be really eminent without constant mental discipline and solid thought. A discourse clothed with gracefulness of language, alone, can at best be compared to a beautiful tree full of leaves, but without fruit. The constant effort of any one to instruct others without thinking, is like dropping buckets into empty wells, and growing old in drawing up nothing. The marginal words, and all those designated by figures, are designed as drill exercises for teaching pupils to think. For example, the figure 2at the end of many of the marginal words is always intended to ask a mental question, to be optional with the teacher. But, as there cannot be found any two families of exactly the same size always preferring precisely the same kind, amount, and quality of food; so there cannot be found any two schools exactly similar in every respect always desiring the same sort of questions. Hence, by pursuing the plan of this book the teacher and pupil alike, form the habit of constant attention. The interrogation point at the right of every engraving may ask the pupil to describe the picture minutely ;or to draw an outline of the subject intended to be elucidated; or to tell its beauties ;its defects ;the way in which it might be improved. The interrogation point at the top of every marginal column may ask the pupil to pronounce the marginal words; to pronounce their equivalents indicated by the figure 1; to spell the words; to spell them by syllable; to spell them by letter; to tell the reverse of the marginal words; to tell the various parts of speech in the marginal column; to tell the primitive, or the derivative words; to trace the words back to their roots, or to follow out their derivatives ;to form simple sentences in which the marginal word shall be used with its specific, or its various definitions; to tell what other words may be used instead of those in
(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)

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