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Miss Walker, for meticulous care in the preparation of the manuscript, and to the teaching staff in the Evening Elementary Classes for Adults in the Cleveland Public Schools, for their willing co-operation in testing out in the classroom the various methods and materials.
H. F. C.
The matter presented in this book is the result of laboratory experimentation in the Evening Elementary Schools for the education of adults in Cleveland.
The material herein produced is
This book is used throughout the
R. G. JONES,
XIII. THE TEACHING OF GOVERNMENT
XIV. THE TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY
XV. THE TEACHING OF ARITHMETIC .
XVI. TEACHING THE ADULT ILLITERATE TO READ AND
I. THE VALUE OF LITERARY SELECTIONS IN THE
INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED CLASSES . . 281
VI. MAXIMS AND MISCELLANEOUS LANGUAGE CON-
VII. ANECDOTES AND PARAGRAPHS FOR DICTATION
VIII. THEME TOPICS FOR THE INTERMEDIATE AND