The teacher, however, should be contented with his spelling them on the book, at first ; afterwards getting him, by degrees, to try to remember their form, so as to spell without book. ... than natives, because they read the language with more attention, and never trouble themselves with spelling-books. When we come to speak of composition, another mode of improving in orthography will be developed.
|Title||:||The Teacher's Manual|
|Author||:||Thomas H. Palmer|