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Image from page 145 of "Mental development and education" (1921)

Identifier: mentaldevelopmen00oshe

Title: Mental development and education

Year: 1921 (1920s)

Authors: O'Shea, M. V. (Michael Vincent), 1866-1932

Subjects: Child development Education

Publisher: New York : The Macmillan compay

Contributing Library: University of California Libraries

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nce the parts of each object were repre-sented. In some cases studied, children would build a houseand then put ground under it; or they would make the furni-ture of a house and put the sides and roof around it after-ward. Quite a number of the children observed made the skyfirst, and then seemed to fill in everything else as they happenedto think of it. One restless girl without much power of appli-cation, but possessing some native brightness, proceeded thisway in making a human being: she first made a round head,and then a loop for a body; then one leg and dressed it withpantaloons; then she made the ground for the leg to standon; then she made the other leg and dressed it with panta-loons and made the ground for it to stand on. Then she madethe arms and dressed them. Next she put in the eyes, ears, noseand mouth in the order given. This illogical method of pro-cedure corresponded in a way to her incoherent manner ofthinking in all her studies. 124 MENTAL DEXELOiMENT :\KD EDUCAllON


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Fig. i6. — Illustration for Johnny-Look-in-the-Air- (Sec exercise s, p. 328)



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