The reformed school by John Dury.

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The reformed school by John Dury.
Dury, John, 1596-1680.
London :: Printed by R.D. for Richard Wodnothe ...,

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Education -- Early works to 1800.
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Concerning the Manner and way of Teaching all these things, to Each Capacity.

In the Manner of Teaching, experience will bring the way unto perfection, if it be prosecuted, according to the Maximes, and

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Rules heretofore mentioned, in a Constan Course. And to be able to put the design in Practise; three main things must be ordered: first the taskes of both the lesser and the greater parts of the work must be determined accord∣ing to times and seasons; what and when every thing is to be done.

Secondly, the way of proposing to the Schollars that which they are to receive, and of entertaining them to dwell upon it, till it be fixed in their mindes, must be regulated.

Thirdly, the meanes and instruments wher∣by, all taskes are to be performed on all hands, both by those that propose, and those that receive and entertaine Learning, are to be had in a readiness and ordered for Use.

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