School Pastime for Young Children, Or, The Rudiments of Grammar: In an Easie and Delightful Method, for Teaching of Children to Read English Distinctly, and Write it Truly, in Which, by Way of Preface, a New Method is Propounded, for the Fitting of Children First for Trades, and Then for the Latin, and Other Languages, Volumen1
Printed and are to be sold ... by Robert Walton, 1669
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Página 12 - Let it be given to children into their hands to delight themselves withal as they please, with the sight of the pictures, and making them as familiar to themselves as may be, and that even at home before they be put to school.
Página 12 - I. Let it be given to children into their hands to delight themselves withal as they please, with the sight of the pictures, and making them as familiar to themselves as may be, and that even at home before they be put to school. II. Then let them be examined ever and anon (especially now in the school,) what this thing or that thing is, and is called, so that they may see nothing which they know not how to name, and that they can name nothing which they cannot shew.
Página 32 - OUR Father, which art in Heaven; Hallowed be thy Name. Thy Kingdom come. Thy Will be done in Earth, as it is in Heaven. Give us this Day our daily Bread. And forgive us our Trefpafles, as we forgive them that trefpafs againft us. And lead us not into Temptation ; but deliver us from evil : For thine is the Kingdom, and the Power, and the Glory, for ever and ever. Amen.
Página 13 - Certainly the use of Images or Representations is great : If we could make our words as legible to Children as Pictures are, their information therefrom would be quickned and surer. But so we cannot do, though we must do what we can.
Página 12 - Where again, the very looking upon the thing pictured suggesting the name of the thing, will tell him how the title of the picture is to be read. And thus the whole book being gone over by the bare titles of the pictures, reading cannot but be learned; and indeed too, which thing is to be noted, without using any ordinary tedious spelling, that most troublesome torture of wits, which may wholly be avoided by this method.
Página 32 - BELIEVE in God the Father Almighty *• Maker of heaven and earth, and in Jefus Chrift his only Son our Lord, which was conceived by the Holy Ghoft, born of the Virgin Mary.fuffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead and buried.
Página 1 - John. 1669. School Pastime for Young Children: or the rudiments of grammar in an easie and delightful method, for teaching of children to read English distinctly, and to write it truly. In which, by way of preface, a new method is propounded, for the fitting of children first for trades, and then for the Latin, and other Languages, by John Newton, Doctor in Divinity, and one of his Majesties Chaplaine.
Página 12 - ... reading cannot but be learned; and indeed too, which thing is to be noted, without using any ordinary tedious spelling, that most troublesome torture of wits, which may wholly be avoided by this method. For the often reading over the Book, by those larger descriptions of things, and which are set after the Pictures, will be able perfectly to beget a habit of reading.