Annual Report of the Normal, Model, Grammar, and Common Schools in Ontario for the Year ...: With Appendices

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Hunter, Rose & Company, 1869 - Education
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Page 38 - IN a right-angled triangle, if a perpendicular be drawn from the right angle to the base, the triangles on each side of it are similar to the whole triangle, and to one another.
Page 10 - ... as well as of that which is to come. I prefer the order of Providence, and the...
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Page 9 - Christ, for honor, for cleanliness, for work that never ends, having the promise of the life that now is, as well as of that which is to come...
Page 130 - Council, compatible with the objects of the public school libraries, to introduce into them controversial works on theology, or works of denominational controversy ; although it would not be desirable to exclude all historical and other works in which such topics are referred to and discussed, and it is desirable to include a selection of suitable works on the evidences of natural and revealed religion. " ' 3. In regard to works on ecclesiastical history, the Council agree on a selection of the most...
Page 38 - L, CL is perpendicular to BF. 21. If a line be divided, as in Euc. II. 11, the squares on the whole line and one of the parts are together three times the square on the other part. 22. If in the fig. Euc.
Page 129 - In order to prevent the introduction of improper books into libraries, it is required that no book shall be admitted into any public school library established under these regulations, which is not included in the catalogue of public school library books prepared according to law...
Page 141 - Superintendent, in order that such party may have an opportunity of transmitting any explanation or answer deemed expedient. 2. To state expressly in the appeal that the opposite party has been thus notified ; as it must not be supposed that the Chief Superintendent will decide, or form an opinion on any point affecting different parties without hearing both sides — whatever delay may at any time be occasioned in order to secure such a hearing.
Page 11 - Arithmetic, and the simple rulos of Written Arithmetic, and be able to answer the most important questions in Geography, and shall have a sufficient knowledge of English Grammar to parse common sentences in prose. A knowledge of Latin Grammar shall be considered equivalent to that of English.
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