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TEACHERS Will find it profitable to assign lessons from different portions of the book instead of having these selections read in succession. There is no reason, except tradition, for reading "through" fourth and fifth readers. Selections, chosen for their relation to topics which are being studied in geography, history, or biography, give added interest to the reading lessons of the week.
Anniversary" readings, chosen for their special connection with the birthday of a noted individual, lend zest to the assignments for a given date.
Let pupils sometimes choose passages from their favorite authors, selecting paragraphs or stanzas to be read with comments by members of the class. Students should be encouraged to recognize and commend beauties of thought and diction.
LILLIAN H. PICKEN.