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" I saw especially that preparatory movements could be carried on, and reduced to a mechanism, by means of repeated exercises not in the work itself but in that which prepares for it. Pupils could then come to the real work, able to perform it without ever... "
The Montessori System Examined - Page 55
by William Heard Kilpatrick - 1914 - 71 pages
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Bulletin, Issues 13-22

Education - 1912
...they become mechanical, so that when the children come to the actual work of writing they may be " able to perform it without ever having directly set their hands to it before." These preparatory exercises are classified in three periods: To the first period belong exercises tending...
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The Montessori Method: Scientific Pedagogy as Applied to Child Education in ...

Maria Montessori - Dummies (Bookselling) - 1912 - 377 pages
...really find the way to teach the child how, before making him execute a task. I saw especially that preparatory movements could be carried on, and reduced...ever having directly set their hands to it before. I thought that I might in this way prepare for writing, and the idea interested me tremendously. I...
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The Doctrine of the Great Educators

Robert Robertson Rusk - Education - 1918 - 294 pages
...had previously been unable to perform. The general principle which she deduced from this was that " preparatory movements could be carried on, and reduced...ever having directly set their hands to it before." 1 Writing, according to the Montessori view, is not a mere copying of head lines, but significant writing,...
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The Montessori Method

Maria Montessori - Education - 2002 - 377 pages
...really find the way to teach the child how, before making him execute a task. I saw especially that preparatory movements could be carried on, and reduced to a mechanism, by means of repeated exereises not in the work itself but in that which prepares for it. Pupils could then come to the real...
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The Montessori Method: The Origins of an Educational Innovation : Including ...

Maria Montessori, Gerald Lee Gutek - Education - 2004 - 295 pages
...really find the way to teach the child how. before making him execute a task. I saw especially that preparatory movements could be carried on, and reduced...ever having directly set their hands to it before. I thought that I might in this way prepare for writing, and the idea interested me tremendously. I...
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