Scientific Methods As Applied To Child Education In "the Children's Houses"

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LANGUAGE IN CHILDHOOD              325
writes words, repeating their sounds which he translates separately into composed or written speech;
(d) Gymnastic Exercises, which comprise, as we have seen, both respiratory exercises and those of articulation.
I believe that in the schools of the future the conception will disappear which is beginning to-day of " correcting in the elementary schools" the defects of language; and will be replaced by the more rational one of avoiding them by caring for the development of language in the " Chil­dren's Houses "; that is, in the very age in which language is being established in the child.
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