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Excerpt from Manual Instruction Drawing
IT is intended to consider here the widely comprehensive subject, Drawing, from one point of view only, that of the manual training teacher - an aspect to some extent restricted, and yet of sufficient breadth to demand and deserve the most careful consideration.
Drawing of any kind is in itself a form of manual training. A child's hand must acquire dexterity, and his eye must be trained to accurate and intelligent observation, if he is set to draw.
The stimulation of the imagination and the strengthening and directing of the spirit of inquiry in the child mind are of themselves objects which every teacher regards, if not indeed as the goal of his labours, at least as the hardest portion of his work; and all will agree that, when once enthusiastic attention is secured in the pupils, the mere imparting of information is as much a pleasure to the teacher as to the class.
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bound: 98 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (April 21, 2017)
isbn: 1330811674, 978-1330811672,
weight: 5.1 ounces (