The Schoolmasters Assistant

Being a Compendium of Arithmetic, Both Practical and Theoretical ... to which is Prefixt An Essay on the Education of Youth, Humbly Offer'd to the Consideration of Parents

Author: Thomas Dilworth

Publisher: N.A


Category: Arithmetic

Page: 38

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The Schoolmasters

Author: N.A

Publisher: Cavendish Square Publishing

ISBN: 9780761404804

Category: Education

Page: 48

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Describes what education and the schools were like in colonial times.

Kitty of the Sherragh Vane and the Schoolmasters

Author: Thomas Edward Brown

Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC

ISBN: 9780559282478

Category: History

Page: 148

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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.

The Schoolmaster

Author: Wil Mara

Publisher: Marshall Cavendish

ISBN: 9780761448013

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

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"Explore the life of a colonial schoolmaster and his importance to the community, as well as everyday life, responsibilities, and social practices during that time"--Provided by publisher.

The Schoolmaster

A Commentary Upon the Aims and Methods of an Assistant-Master in a Public School

Author: Arthur Christopher Benson

Publisher: John Catt Educational Ltd

ISBN: 190809530X

Category: Teachers

Page: 90

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The Schoolmaster, written in 1902 when AC Benson was a housemaster at Eton, teaching classics, is a book of plainly-spoken advice and stands in stark contrast to many of the jargon-ridden teaching manuals of the 21st century.

The Schoolmaster

Author: Earl Lovelace

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: 9780435989507

Category: Teachers

Page: 187

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CXC Prescribed Text for English BIn Kumaca, a remote Trinidadian village, life follows the same pattern from one generation to the next. Paulaine Dandrade wants to see progress, and helps to persuade the other villagers to build a school. But he never i

The schoolmaster

essays on practical education, selected from the works of Ascham [and others], from the Quarterly journal of education, and from lectures

Author: Schoolmaster

Publisher: N.A



Page: N.A

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Fulfilling a Vision

The Contribution of the Church of Scotland to School Education, 1772–1872

Author: John Stevenson

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1630875848

Category: Religion

Page: 188

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Education has contributed enormously to the Scottish national character. The emphasis has always been on making a good education available to all and on giving those with talent every opportunity of advancement. At the beginning of the nineteenth century, however, it was clear that the provision of schooling was failing to meet the needs of an expanding population and the growth and diversification of the economy. In 1824 the Church of Scotland began an ambitious program to tackle the problem. In setting up new schools and the first teacher training colleges, the Church saw itself as supplementing an existing system of national education for which it shared a statutory managerial responsibility. This book offers an account of the struggles and achievements of the Church of Scotland over some fifty years as it sought to control and strengthen school education throughout the country. In so doing, it furthered the model of education for which Scotland became famous. Readers interested in current debates about the curriculum and standards in school education, the involvement of parents, the place of religious education, and the desirability or otherwise of faith schools will recognize their beginnings in these pages.

Sin & Society (Routledge Revivals)

In the Seventeenth Century

Author: John Addy

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134580886

Category: History

Page: 260

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This study, first published in 1989, examines the social relationships and moral standards within the diocese of Chester throughout the seventeenth century. Using Church Court records as his main body of evidence, John Addy examines over 10 000 cases of moral offences, including fornication, brawling in church, drunkenness, adultery and concubinage, to form a picture of the moral conduct of the Stuart laity and clergy. One of the main methods by which the Church attempted to enforce strict moral standards, the records arising from the ecclesiastical courts reveal that those codes of conduct once applied to a medieval Catholic society were increasingly being shunned by a society with expanding capitalist attitudes. An important contribution to the historiography of early modern English society, this title will be of great value to undergraduate and postgraduate students with an interest in seventeenth-century attitudes towards morality and conduct.

The Schoolmaster

Or, A Plain and Perfect Way of Teaching Children to Underftand, Write, and Speak the Latin Tongue

Author: Roger Ascham,James Upton,Thomas Master,Sir Henry Savile

Publisher: N.A


Category: Latin language

Page: 252

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The Schoolmaster in Literature

Author: Various,Authors Various Authors

Publisher: The Minerva Group, Inc.

ISBN: 9781410206671

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 612

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A charming collection of English and Continental literature containing selections from the writings of Ascham, Moli?re, Fuller, Rousseau, Shenstone, Cowper, Goethe, Pestalozzi, Page, Mitford, Bront?, Hughes, Dickens, Thackeray, Irving, George Eliot, Eggleston, Thompson and others.

Godly Learning

Puritan Attitudes Towards Reason, Learning and Education, 1560-1640

Author: John Morgan

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521357005

Category: History

Page: 366

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Godly Learning attempts to establish the relationship which Puritans worked out between faith and reason in the eighty years before the Civil War. This was a period of rapid expansion of educational facilities, of a clash between humanist values of the Renaissance and the fideism of the Reformation, and of confrontations between traditionalist (primarily Aristotelian) approaches to knowledge and the more experimental path signalled by Bacon. Taking an existential approach to the question of meaning, Puritans sought their solution in the development of a covenant theology based on a life of active faith. They argued vehemently that natural reason was incapable of finding the path to salvation and only faith could regenerate reason to its proper capabilities. At the same time, Puritans emphasised the value of learning for comprehension of Scripture and preparation of sermons. Starting with a fresh approach to the question of defining Puritans, Godly Learning proceeds to delineate the infrequently studied puritan mentalité which informed the better-known public political and ecclesiological positions. Not since the work of Perry Miller has there been such a thorough attempt to comprehend the Puritan view of reason, and the implications of that view.