kept in mind by the teacher of juvenile literature and underlie the entire work. In poetry the children read to feel the music, to visualize the pictures, to be swayed by the feeling and uplifted by the power of the poem, for poetry must speak from the heart of ... In the stories in the grades, as in all narration, the fundamentals are plot, character, purpose, and setting, or life. ... In the third grade they are reading anbsp;...
|Title||:||Proceedings of an Institute of the Faculties of the Normal Schools Held at Oshkosh, December 17-21, 1900|
|Author||:||Wisconsin Normal Schools|