School Inspection

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Macmillan and Company, 1876 - Education - 93 pages


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Page 6 - Scrofula, fits, asthma, deafness, great imperfections of the sight or voice, the loss of an eye from constitutional disease, or the loss of an arm or leg, or the permanent disability of either arm or leg, curvature of the spine, hereditary tendency to insanity, or any constitutional infirmity of a disabling nature, is a positive disqualification in candidates for the office of pupilteacher.
Page 4 - If these subjects are taught to children by definition and verbal description, instead of by making them exercise their own powers of observation, they will be worthless as means of education.
Page 5 - Bain, snow, and hail, dew and mist. The atmosphere and its composition. Winds. An explanation of the terms river-basin, and water-shed.
Page 4 - Grammar and translation into English of easy narrative sentences. Ten pages of a French conversation book approved by inspector. ///. — Grammar, and knowledge of some easy French book approved by inspector.
Page 7 - At the examination for admission to Training Colleges (Article 46) additional marks will be given to candidates who pass the following examination in practical skill :— 1. Sounding single notes, or passages of two or more notes, in a given scale, from dictation ; or, naming such note, sounded by the examiner.
Page 11 - ARITHMETIC. l8mo. cloth. 4J-. 6d. THE METRIC SYSTEM OF ARITHMETIC, ITS PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATION, with numerous Examples, written expressly for Standard V. in National Schools. Fourth Edition.
Page 6 - Female pupil-teachers, before admission to apprenticeship, must produce a written attestation from the schoolmistress and managers that they possess reasonable competency as sempstresses ; and, at the annual examinations, must bring certified specimens of plain needlework to the inspector, together with a statement from the schoolmistress, specifying whether they have been receiving practical instruction in any other kind of domestic industry. The inspector, at the time of examination, or afterwards,...
Page 5 - Structure of wood, bark, and pith. Cells and vessels. Food of plants, and manner in which a plant grows. Functions of the root, leaves and different parts of the flower.
Page 7 - Marks will also be given to any candidate at that examination who, at one of the examinations held in May of each year by the Department of Science and Art,|| has taken a first class in the elementary stage, or passed in the advanced stage, of one of the following subjects, viz.

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