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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1899-1900-745

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FACULTY OF ARTS Discuss the following propositions What is con- sciously got up for some temporary purpose drops out of the mind and leaves no trace Fitch By what practical measures may the teacher avail himself of the laws of mental suggestion Assuming that you desire to enable Standard VII to realise the main conditions of the English poorer classes in the time of Edward III how would you go to work What are the chief requisites of school-room from the point of view of Hygiene Describe and illustrate the kind of note-taking you would expect from elder scholars Cf eon antt Practice of Ceacijing Junior Answer three questions in each section Section Illustrate the kind of service which Logic and Psycho- logy respectively render to Method Select typical form of loose or inaccurate teaching indicate its faults and describe better mode of procedure What is Induction Describe in order the various steps of the process of Induction Give an example of sound analogy and of fallacious analogy What are the strong and the weak points of analogy as logical instrument Section II '1 What are the causes of the difficulty commonly found in teaching children to read English What devices tend to minimize the difficulty How would you teach Subtraction" so as to give children an understanding of the operation Make an outline showing the order of presentation of the subject matter to be imparted in complete series of lessons on the geography of Scotland
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