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( After graduation from the University of Chicago, Paula taught for two years in the normal school at Valley City, North Dakota, then two years at Princeton ( Illinois ) Township High School.
We set up the Lloyd's Neck school, worked out its curriculum, and taught there.
They involve only simple mathematics that are taught in grammar school arithmetic classes.
Our conjecture is, then, that regardless of the manner in which school lessons are taught, the compulsive child accentuates those elements of each lesson that aid him in systematizing his work.
Category: Subjects taught in medical school
Furthermore, each individual speaker has their own style of signing depending on various factors, such as where they went to school, if they were mainstreamed ( see Mainstreaming ( education )), who taught them ASL, at what age they learned ASL, and how active they are in the Deaf Community.
An eminent member of this school, Georges Duby, wrote in the foreword of his book Le dimanche de Bouvines that the history he taught relegated the sensational to the sidelines and was reluctant to give a simple accounting of events, but strived on the contrary to pose and solve problems and, neglecting surface disturbances, to observe the long and medium-term evolution of economy, society and civilisation.
Though the only accounts of his lectures seem to show a sort of eccentric style and approach, he was said to have been good friends with many other masters at the school in Paris, and taught there, as well as some time in southern France, into his old age.
He was a native of Aphrodisias in Caria, and lived and taught in Athens at the beginning of the 3rd century, where he held a position as head of the Peripatetic school.
Later, he taught school and studied law in Salisbury, North Carolina.
As taught in school books, analytic geometry can be explained more simply: it is concerned with defining and representing geometrical shapes in a numerical way and extracting numerical information from shapes ' numerical definitions and representations.
Settling in Arkansas in 1833, he taught school and wrote a series of articles for the Little Rock Arkansas Advocate under the pen name of " Casca.
His father established a small school near the Abdin Palace where European, Arab and Turkish masters taught Abbas and his brother Prince Mehemet Ali.
, commonly known simply as Bauhaus, was a school in Germany that combined crafts and the fine arts, and was famous for the approach to design that it publicized and taught.
From 1919 to 1922 the school was shaped by the pedagogical and aesthetic ideas of Johannes Itten, who taught the Vorkurs or ' preliminary course ' that was the introduction to the ideas of the Bauhaus.
Category: Subjects taught in medical school
They taught a few thousand young people from elementary school to high school.
They taught a few thousand young people from elementary school to high school.
Category: Subjects taught in medical school
Indeed, Catullus was never considered one of the canonical school authors, although his body of work is on the reading lists for American Ph. D. programs in the classics, and is still taught at secondary school level in the United Kingdom.

school and only
and although it was a school for men only, it afforded Henrietta an opportunity to attend its public lectures.
A Comedy In Three Acts '', in which, under `` Personages '', Henrietta appeared as `` A Schoolmarm '', and Bertha, who was only a trifle less brilliant in high school than Henrietta had been, appeared as `` Dummkopf ''.
While Councilman Olson cited the anticipated increase in school costs in answer to a direct question from a taxpayer, the impact upon a school system does not have to be measured only in increased taxes to find alarm in uncontrolled growth.
The approval of only three members of the board of school estimate is required to certify the amount of money to be allotted to the college.
The chief, annoyed by these questions, knocks Voltaire down and shouts at him that he not only never went to any school, but never even learned how to read.
The only trouble was that he himself was tied up on the school job.
For purposes of sample selection only ( individual tests were given later ) we obtained group test scores of reading achievement and intelligence from school records of the entire third-grade population in each school system.
Yet the highly anxious child suffered a tremendous disadvantage only in the unstructured school, and performed as well or better than average in the structured setting.
Knowledge that thousands of school districts are involved and observation that school desegregation has occurred in only a handful in 1959-1960 leads to a conclusion that desegregation-from-court-order is slow.
On the one hand do we argue the Supreme Court decision required only that a child not be denied admission to a school on account of his race??
It seems like only last year that we watched them set out up the hill hand in hand on a rainy day in their yellow raincoats to finger-paint at the grammar school.
For 18 months, during 1841 – 1842, Nobel went to the only school he ever attended as a child, the Jacobs Apologistic School in Stockholm.
The Austrian School of economics is a school of economic thought positing that the only appropriate means to understand economic events is by logically studying the intentions of individual economic decision-makers, based on certain fundamental truths.
" The Germantown school, however, was faltering ; soon only eight pupils remained.
Some children attend boarding school, mostly only those in secondary school.
Josiah wanted Ben to attend school with the clergy, but only had enough money to send him to school for two years.

school and reading
Very likely it will also include a recognition that the work we are reading reflects or `` belongs to '' some way of thought labelled as a `` school '' or an `` -ism '', i.e. a complex or `` syndrome '' of ideas occurring together with sufficient prominence to warrant identification.
Children whose reading scores were at least one standard deviation below the regression line of each total third-grade school population were considered under-achievers for the purposes of sample selection.
In the primary grades, reading permeates almost every aspect of school progress, and the children's early experiences of success or failure in learning to read often set a pattern of total achievement that is relatively enduring throughout the following years.
While we had expected that compulsive children in the unstructured school setting would have difficulty when compared to those in the structured, we were surprised to find that the achievement of the high compulsives within the schools where the whole-word method is used in beginning reading compares favorably with that of the low compulsives.
Avoiding the costly alternative of attending a law school, Coolidge followed the more common practice of the time, apprenticing with a local law firm, Hammond & Field, and reading law with them.
After reading the computer's manual, Knuth decided to rewrite the assembly and compiler code for the machine used in his school, because he believed he could do it better.
He was an undistinguished student who shied away from school, preferring reading.
In 2006, the United States Department of Education released a report concluding that average test scores for reading and mathematics, when adjusted for student and school characteristics, tend to be very similar among public schools and private schools.
A third grade project growing out of the day to day life of the nearby Hudson river became one of the most celebrated units of the school, a unit on boats, which under the guidance of its legendary teacher Miss Curtis, became an entrée into history, geography, reading, writing, arithmetic, science, art and literature.
George realised the value of education and paid to study at night school to learn reading, writing and arithmetic — he was illiterate till the age of 18.
He was brought up to farmwork, but he assiduously cultivated all his leisure in reading, and when he was eighteen he opened an elementary school in his native parish.
Shy in his youth, he spent much of his time at home reading, but from grammar school through college, he played a prominent part in several school newspapers and magazines.
There was a school in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, where the basic skills of reading and writing Latin were taught ; the relative wealth of the merchant class meant that their children could be educated there along with the children of nobles – it is likely that William of Tyre was a classmate of future king Baldwin III.
She reflected on her employment experiences to a group of children in 2003, saying, " I worked as a teacher and librarian and I learned how important reading is in school and in life.
Although he loved reading and learning, he found school to be confining and began to hate having anyone in authority over him.
For example school choice may enable parents to choose a school that provides religious instruction for their children ; stronger discipline ; better foundational skills including reading, writing, mathematics, and science ; everyday skills from handling money to farming, or other desirable foci.
Scott's Ivanhoe continued to be required reading for many American high school students until the end of the 1950s.

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