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Instructions for Conducting a School, Through the Agency of the Scholars ... - Page 11
by Andrew Bell - 1813 - 83 pages
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A new and appropriate system of education for the labouring people ...

Patrick Colquhoun - Education - 1806 - 93 pages
...the diffident, the timid, and the backward; to check and repress the forward and presumptuous—to bestow just and ample commendation upon the diligent,...however dull their capacity, or slow their progress; to stimulate the ambitious, rouse the indolent, and to correct the slothfulness of the idle:—To deal...
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An Analysis of the Experiment in Education, Made at Egmore, Near Madras ...

Andrew Bell - Chennai (India) - 1807 - 115 pages
...described, carried into effect." From his place (chair or desk) he overlooks the whole School, and gives life and motion to every member of it. He inspects...however dull their capacity, or slow their progress : to stimulate the. ambitious, rouse the indolent, and make the idle bestir themselves : in short, to deal...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1807
...the diffident, the lin:ij, and the bacliuard; to check and repress the forward and presumptuous—to bestow just and ample commendation upon the diligent,...however dull their capacity, or slow their progress ; to (stimulate the ambitious, rouse the indolent, and to correct the slethfuhrcu of th; idle:—to deal...
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The Madras School: Or, Elements of Tuition: Comprising the Analysis of an ...

Andrew Bell - Boys - 1808 - 348 pages
...diffident, the timid, and the backward; to check and reprefs the forward and prefumptuous: to beftow juft and ample commendation upon the diligent, attentive, and orderly, however dull their capacity, or flow their progrefs ; to fti-r mulate the ambitious, roufe the indolent, and make the idle beftir themfelves...
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Dr. Bell's System of Instruction: Broken Into Short Questions and Answers ...

Andrew Bell, Frederic Iremonger - Monitorial system of education - 1817 - 47 pages
...greatest effrct. He is ro encourage the diffident, the timid, and ihe backward ; to check and reprei* the forward and presumptuous, to bestow just and ample...their progress; to regulate the ambitious, rouse the sloihful, and make the idle exert themselves ; in short, to deal out praise and blame, encouragement...
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Mutual Tuition and Moral Discipline; Or, Manual of Instructions for ...

Andrew Bell - Elementary school teaching - 1823 - 134 pages
...and repress the forward and presumptuous,—to rouse and animate the indolent and phlegmatic,—and to bestow just and ample commendation upon the diligent,...however dull their capacity, or slow their progress. In short, he is to deal out praise and dispraise, encouragement and warning, according to the temper,...
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Considerations on Negro Slavery

Edinburgh Society for Promoting the Mitigation and Ultimate Abolition of Negro Slavery - Antislavery movements - 1824 - 24 pages
...Pupils, carried into effect. — Prom his place (chair or desk) he overlooks the whole school, and gives life and motion to every member of it. He inspects...however dull their capacity, or slow their progress; to stimulate the ambitious, rouse the indolent, and make the idle bestir themselves) in short, to deal...
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Report of the Committee of Council on Education (England and Wales ..., Issue 1

Great Britain. Council on Education - Education - 1846
...to encourage the diffident, the timid, and the backward ; and to check and repress the forward und presumptuous; to bestow just and ample commendation upon the diligent, attentive, and orderly, howevet dull their capacity, however slow their progress ; to stimulate the ambitious, rouse the indolent,...
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Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education, with Appendices, Volume 1

Great Britain. Committee on Education - 1846
...the timid, and the backward ; and to check and repress the forward and presumptuous ; to bestow j ust and ample commendation upon the diligent, attentive, and orderly, however dull their capacity, however slow their progress ; to stimulate the ambitious, rouse the indolent, and make the idle bestir...
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The Church of England sunday school quarterly magazine, Volumes 1-2

1849
...encourage the timid and the backward, to check the presumptuous, to rouse and animate the indolent, and to bestow just and ample commendation upon the diligent,...however dull their capacity, or slow their progress ; to deal out praise, encouragement, and warning, according to the temper' disposition, and genius of the...
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