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Image from page 116 of "Notes of lessons on the Herbartian method (based on Herbart's plan)" (1902)

Identifier: notesoflessonson00fenn

Title: Notes of lessons on the Herbartian method (based on Herbart's plan)

Year: 1902 (1900s)

Authors: Fennell, M

Subjects: Teaching

Publisher: London, New York [etc.] Longmans, Green, and Co.

Contributing Library: The Library of Congress

Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress



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F.S.Weller.F.R-GS III. Association. Illustrations. Contrast war of1644 with BoerWar as to (Map of England, showing strength of opposing parties in 1643.I Pictures of relics of the battlefield ; style{ of armour, and arms in use. Command of forces. f swords,Arms, method of fightings guns, (.cannon. „ ,. . , I uniform, Condition ot army - J I armour. Commissariat. 102 Notes on Herbartian MctJiad IV. Recapitulation. What were the immediate causes of this battle ? Theforces engaged ? The chief leaders ? What action savedthe Parliamentarians ? What act was fatal to Royalists ?Who was against fighting and who for it ? Why is thiscalled the battle of Runaway Generals ? Who showedspecial bravery ? Who came out best after the battle ? What were its final results ? In how many ways maywe compare the warfare with that of the Boer War ? etc. PROCEDURE. I. Question class as to conditions of opposite partiesin the Civil War. What parties were gaining ? Why ?Did the Parliamentarians realise their



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