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PART SECOND.

On Method In General.

36. Method—defined 79

37. Method—refers to subject-matter 80

38. Methods of Business—customary use of Expression.... 80

39. Methods of Business—illustrated. .From "The Nation" 81

40. Three distinct Elements in an Investigation—(1) Object-

matter, the end; (2) Way in which faculties pro-

ceed; (3) State of Investigator 82

41. I. Object-matter of Study—considered—ends in System. 83

42. II. Ways of Procedure of Mind—considered—Are modes

of method 85

43. (a) Analysis—defined 85
I. On The Theory Op Methods Op Teaching.

PART THIRD.

58. Introduction—Need of Better Methods From Maine 96

59. Theory of Methods of Teaching—based upon Psychology

and nature of subject-matter 98

60. Nature of Faculty—defined 98

61. Characterof Faculty—defined... 98

62. Psychology—defined 98

63. Psychology—province of From Stewart 98

64. Objects and Limitations of Present Investigation 101

65. Knowing—forms of knowledge From Ueberweg 102

66. Form and Matter From Thompson 103

67. Form and Matter From Jevons 105

68. Form and Matter From McCosh 105

69. Form and Matter From Newman 107

70. Form of Matter—(a) Illustrated... From "The Nation"

(6) Illustrated From Rousseau 107

71. Knowledge, Learning, Erudition—defined..FromCrabb 108

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72. Knowledge—defined From Day 110

73. Knowledge—defined From Day 111

74. Knowledge—aim of, is truth From Ueberweg 112

75. Knowledge—stages of, in acquiring: (1) Source of—re-

sides in mind; (2) Rational way of procedure is

under Will; (3) End of activity is Knowledge 113

76. Teaching—defined 114

77. Self-Informed is Self-educated—defined and amplified.■. 114

78. Teachers are a Necessity to Learners—Teacher, what is

—Adjust, denned From Smith 115

79. Teaching—denned 116

80. Teacher—duties of, to analyze and separate subject-

matter 117

81. Teacher—duty to note both form and matter of knowl-

edge in mind of learner 117

82. How to Teach ?—is great question 118

83. Teaching—Conception of, requires examination of: (1)

Mind of learner—learner; (2) Mind of teacher—

teacher; (3) Things to be learned—subject-matter.. 118

84. Teaching—Conception of, resolves itself into: (1) Teacher

must know subject-matter; (2) Teacher must know

mind; (3) Teacher must know Way in which mind

proceeds when learning—Constitute Profession of

Teaching 119

85. Recapitulation of §§82,83 120

86. Pbovtnce Of Methods Op Teaching—that of Princi-

ples of Adaptation of Subject-matter to Faculties of

Mind 121

87. Principle—defined From Fleming 122

88. Principle—defined From Smith 122

89. Methods of Teaching—require system of subject-matter. 123

90. Systems and Methods—compared 123

91. Province of Methods of Teaching, not that of Pedagogics

or Ethology 125

92. Ethics—defined From Sidgwick 125

93. Teaching is Handmaid of Education... 126

94. Methods of Pedagogics, Scope of—equivalent to Meth-

ods of Education 127

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