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THE

CANDIDATE'S

AND

PUPIL TEACHER'S YEAR BOOK

For Candidates, and for the Five Years of Apprenticeship, containing all the Subjects of Instruction required in Pupil Teachers' Schedule (Revised Code), arranged in consecutive Lessons, with model Answers to Questions already given by the Government

in 5 books;

BY

H. MAJOR, B.A., (HONOURS, LOND.,) & F.R.G.S.,

Author of Science Questions and Answers; Editor of Extra Subject

Series; Science Manuals; Educational Appliances, &c., &c.

CANDIDATE'S BOOK,

ls. Od. PUPIL TEACHER'S BOOK I.,

2s. Od. II., - 2s. Od.

2s. Od. IV. & V., each 2s. 6d.

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Usual Discount to Teachers.

MANCHESTER :-J. HEYWOOD, 141, Deansgate.

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LONDON :-SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, & co., and J. TACEY.

NOTTINGHAM: H. MAJOR, Mansfield Road.

By H. MAJOR, B.A. (Honours. London), F.R G.S., First-class Honours in Physical Geography and Animal Physiology, Science and Art Department; Editor of Science Questions and Answers,” &c.

Physical Geography, Animal Physiology, Theoretical Mechanics, (Natural Philosophy,) Political Economy, English History, Grammar, Geography, Latin, French,

and German, Magnetism and Electricity, Algebra. Paper, 6d. ; those marked in italic, 9d.; Cloth, 8d.;

those marked in italic, Is.

POLITICAL ECONOMY.—Definitely arranged and attractively rendered. As with others of this series, they are peculiarly fitted for the teacher: it contains the gist of the whole matter without circumlocution or verbosity; teachers could not have a book better suited to their purpose. -National Schoolmaster.

Excellent Class Books.-Victoria Magazine.

We like the little book because it is thoroughly systematic, well compiled, well arranged, and well printed.-Educational Reporter.

Poetry.-Selected with judgment and good taste : suitable for the purpose for which they were compiled.-National Schoolmaster.

The selections are admirable: the work is carefully edited, with exp'anatory foot notes. We can heartily recommend the volume. --School Board Chronicle.

History.-Graphic and telling incidents of English History: most valuabie and useful.-Nottingham Guardian.

Perfect marvels of cheapness.--Schoolmaster. Science Examination Series of Questions & Answers, Set by the Science and Art Department, 1867-73, in Animal Physiology,

Physical Geography, Theoretical Mechanics, Applied Mechanics, Mathematics, Acoustics &c., Inorganic Chemistry, Magnetism, &c., Geology, Steam; Elementary & Advanced, each subject in separate books 5d. each, Post Free from the Author. Also,

SCIENCE MANUALS,

FOR SCIENCE AND Art Classes, GRAMMAR AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS, CANDIDATES FOR OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE LOCAL UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS, Upper Classes in BOARD AND NATIONAL SCHOOLS,

Government TRAINING COLLEGES, &c. 1. Acoustics, Light, and Heat

4. Inorganic Chemistry 2. Animal Physiology

5. Steam 8. Physical Geography

6. Plane and Solid Geometry

7. Mathematics. Each subject will form a complete book of 224 pp., 2s.6d.; or Elementary 96 pp., and Advanced 128 pp., for is., and is. 6d. separately: Specimen copies to teachers, post sree Complete Book is. iod., Advanced Book is.3d., Elementary ed., from H. MAJOR, Sherwood House, Nottingham. Ready Sept. 1, 1873. Orders received by the above.

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This series is being prepared to meet a great want which has for some time existed in Sunday Schools. It will possess the following distinctive features :1.- Part I. will consist of Old Testament Lessons for the

morning, and New Testament Lessons for the afternoon. These will be arranged so as to commence and carry on through the series a continuous and complete Bible History, until the Bible is placed in the hands of the

class. 2.-The lessons will be GRADUATED, commencing with mono

syllables, and advancing no more rapidly in difficulty than the pupils can follow insensibly, without turning the

Sunday School Lessons into mere Reading Lessons. 3.—There will be questions at the end of each Lesson, and a

Hymn, suited both in difficulty and wording to the different classes; and it is hoped the difficulty arising from junior and, in many cases, imperfectly educated

teachers, will be thus reduced to a minimum. 4.-A long experience in Day and Sunday Schools as

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Certificated Teacher has been made use of in compiling this series, and the best features of the many recent excellent

Day School Reading Books have been imitated. 6.-While the books will be issued in paper covers for the

very poorest Sunday Schools, they will be bound in a

strong and durable form, as being the cheapest in the end. 6.- The questions have been so cast that the book can be used

as a Home Book for the children to purchase themselves, and prepare their lessons during the week. The writer thinks this, for many reasons, an important feature, children prize their own books, and a school stock car

supply the wants of the poorest. 7.—The type selected is bold and new, and the price still

leaves them the cheapest in the end yet in the market. 8.--The Lessons occupy just a quarter of 13 Sundays, so that

they may form an exact quarter of the year. 9.—The books are suited for systematic Bible instruction in

DAY SCHOOLS, according to STANDARDS.

T. FORMAN AND SONS, PRINTERS, NOTTINGHAM.

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