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By Sir Oliver Lodge

A process 4 Lectures on institution Curricula and strategies, brought to Secondary academics and lecturers in education at Birmingham in the course of February 1905 through Sir Oliver hotel, valuable of the collage of Birmingham.

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Attention and concentration should be the fruit of education inattention ; is a deadly The one thing that many schools opposite. are thoroughly successful in teaching is ina safeguard devised by It is attention. youth to dreariness, subjects, through long hours of shield it from unprofitable it protect to or rather from unprofitable by their Books to subjects mode rendered of presentation. and easy expensive and are so simple, so natural the adult. Things are so — indeed they not understood, understood, — by many an untrained teacher and troublesome and unusual are or barely at all yet the education of small children should be largely Books are in things rather than in books.

They is struck with the Catholic College of Oscott. There, to a great extent the language of daily life by much have been do reading is performed Hence it is shall ; no matter know though when they come, they this colloquial treatment that in that necessary rapidly get to they soon pick ; it, it, and know it up and thereafter the cosmopolitanism of the Church must be greatly aided by the power of its more educated priests in all countries to com- 23 Languages municate with each cellent means real on inkling of polish, It is is and typical : grades, once, and a put on later.

42 should then be handy use The " phrase eight and fourpence grouped in tens they make to mechanically for hereafter. gests things A learnt in dozens ; if " sug- grouped ten complete packets. quantity of this experimenting, enough not enough to be but useful be should precede the niceties of numeration, and serve as an introduction to the ingenious shorthand of the conventional wearisome, Arabic Adults notation. are so used to writing four groups of ten and 2 over in the compact form 42 that they forget how much abbreviation about it ; realise that 3/6, and and shorthand there they sometimes forget they might equally well write meaning three dozen and 6 over.

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