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FIFTH WEEK. Lesson 21.-Learn for Monday Morning. PSALM XIX., Verses 7 and 8; OR ELSE LEARN
HYMN. Now that my journ-ey's just | What sor-rows may my steps be-gun,
at-tend, My course so little trod ;
I can not now fore-tell; All sin-ful fol-lies let me shun, But if the Lord will be my friend, And give my-self to God.
I know that all is well.
Lesson 22.–Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.
EUROPE, Asia, and AFRICA form one large piece of land, and are often called “The Old World.”
AMERICA is divided into two large pieces called North America and South America. Europe is the continent in which we live. Asia is the largest continent. The Atlantic is the ocean nearest to us. The Pacific is the largest ocean.
Or write 25 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 10.
Lesson 23.-Wednesday Morning. Work
these Sums. (1) Add 9,421 ; 896 ; 69,847 ; 83,716 ; 7,879; 98,298.
(2) Find the difference between 69,847 and
Lesson 24.-Thursday Morning. Grammar. Write.
EXERCISE. — Write out six NOUNS, the names of BOYS, as, John, &c.
DICTATION.—LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.—Lime is an-oth-er sub-stance we get out of the earth. In all parts of the world there are vast moun-tains of lime-stone. Some-times the stone is of a dark co-lour, at other times it is very hard and white; it is then call-ed mar-ble. The dark kind is oft-en brok-en up into pieces and spread on the roads to mend them. Lesson 25.-Friday Morning. Work Write and these Sums.
Learn. (1) Multiply seventy-eight thousand, four hun. 11 x 7 77 dred and ninety-two by eight.
11 X 8 88 (2) 38,795 x 7. (3) 38,795 x 5.
11 x 9 99 Write each word twice and Learn.
11 x 10 =110
11 x11 =121 Con-ceive. Con-ceit.
11 x 12 =132 Per-ceive. De-ceit.
SIXTH WEEK. Lesson 26.—Learn for Monday Morning. PSALM XIX., verses 9, 10; OR ELSE LEARN
HYMN—(continued). If all my earth-ly friends should die, Should I be rich—0 guard my
And leave me mourn-ing here ; heart, Since God re-gards the or-phan's Temp-ta-tion to with-stand ; cry,
And make me wil-ling to im.part O what have I to fear.
The boun-ties of Thy hand. Or Write and Learn (Silent letters.) doubt. knife. knight.
thieves. crumb. knives.
knuc-kle. piece. thumb. knock.
pie-ces. Lesson 27.-Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.
PARTS OF THE LAND.*
EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA, AMERICA, and AUSTRALIA are the five continents. * In giving these lessons a good blank Map of Europe should be used, and the children should be made to point out portions of land fulfilling the definition. A map specially prepared to illustrate the definitions is not
LESSON 27-Continued. A Coun'-try is a part of a continent.
ENGLAND, SCOT-LAND, and IRE'-LAND are countries in Europe. Every continent is divided into many countries. An Is'-land is a piece of land with water all round it.
GREAT BRITAIN, IRELAND, and the ISLE OF Wight are islands. Or write 25 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 10. Lesson 28.-Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.
Write and (1) Twenty-five thousand, three hundred and Learn. seven + nine thousand and seven + three thousand and seventy-five + six hundred and nine + nine 12 x 1 hundred and eighty + three hundred and sixteen. 12 X 2 24 (2) From 50,607 take 890.
12 X 3 36 (3) Multiply 86,754 by 9.
12 X 4 48 Write each word twice and Learn.
12 X 5 60 Ac-quit. An-cient.
An-guish. 12 X 6 72
All the names of animals are nouns.
EXERCISE.—Pick out the NOUNS the NAMES OF ANIMALS.—The horse eats hay. Cows give us milk. Mary had a little lamb. Bees make honey. The donkey drinks only clean water. My dog caught a rat. Pussy is playing with a mouse. Do you see the funny monkey pulling the bird's tail? The whale is not a fish, it is an animal ; it eats small fishes, and lives in the sea. The elephant is the largest animal living on the land. The finest ones are found in the forests of Ceylon, an island belonging to England.
DICTATION-LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS IN THE EXERCISE.* Lesson 30.-Friday Morning. Work these Sums.
Write and (1) Multiply nineteen thousand eight hundred Learn. and sixty-seven by nine.
12 X 7
- 84 (2) 298,674
12 x 8 = 96 9
12 X 9 = 108
12 x 10 =120 Write each word twice and Learn.
12 x11 = 132 Wa-ter. Put-ty.
Use-ful. 12 x 12 =144 Fa-ther. Mod-el.
Sub-ject. nearly so useful as a model or a sketch map drawn on the board, whilst the children are looking. A good teacher should aim at drawing a sketch map quickly, and with a fair degree of accuracy. The children will be interested and their attention may easily be sustained. (See Preface.)
*When they are suitable the exercises in Grammar will be used as dictation lessons.
SE VENTH WEEK. Lesson 31.-Learn for Monday Morning. PSALM XXV., Verses 4 and 5; OR ELSE LEARN—
HYMN—(continued). Should I be poor-Thou canst And Lord, what-ever grief or sup-ply,
ill Who dost the ta-ble spread; For me may be in store, And feed'st the ra-vens when Make me con-tent-ed with Thy they cry,
will, And giv'st Thy peo-ple bread. And I would ask no more. Or Write and Learn. (Difficult Words.) gape. wage.
saw-ed. gap-ed. wag-ed.
thaw. gap-ing. wag-ing. saw-ing. thaw-ing. Lesson 32.—Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.
PARTS OF THE LAND. A Pen-in'-su-la is a piece of land with water nearly all round it.
The word Peninsula means "almost an island."
the SOUTHWEST OF ENGLAND are Peninsulas. * An Isth'-mus (ist'-mŭs) is a narrow neck of land joining two larger portions. Or write 25 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 10.
Lesson 33.-Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) 98,674 + 3,509 + 87,663 + 97 + 8,541 + 78,621.
(2) 783,294 x 7. (3) Write out seven times tables.
Thought-ful. Slight-ed. Lesson 34.–Thursday Morn. Write and Learn. Grammar.
EXERCISE.— Write out six NOUNS the names of TAME ANIMALS. Write out six NOUNS the names of BIRDS.
Write out six NOUNS the names of WILD ANIMALS.
* Children should be able to point out the Isthmus to these Peninsulas.
LESSON 34-Continued. DICTATION-LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.-Chalk is an-oth-er form of lime-stone. There are beds of chalk reach-ing from one end of Eng-land to the other, here ris-ing into hills, or break-ing off into cliffs, and there sink-ing into val-leys. Chalk was made in the sea by little insects, so small that you could scarce-ly see them, and it is still be-ing formed. Lesson 35.–Friday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) Multiply seventy thousand and sixty-nine by eight and ten.
(2) 506,378 x 9 and 10. (3) Write out eight times tables.
From one day to another; To-morrow comes, to-morrow goes, Un-til the day of death is come, And still thou art to do it.
And judg-ment is the other.
Drexelius. Or Write and Learn. (Difficult Words.) whip. flog.
bled. whip-ped. flog-ged. twice.
bleed. whip-ping. flog-ging thrice.
bleed-ing. Lesson 37.–Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.
PARTS OF THE LAND.*
LAND'S END in Cornwall is a cape. There are many thousand capes shown on the map. You only want to know the names of a few of them.
Capes have many names, as, POINT (Lizard Point), HEAD (Beachy Head), BILL (Selsey Bill), NESS (Fife Ness), MULL (Mull of Cantire). The Coast or shore is where the land and sea meet.
The Coast is generally called the sea coast. Or write 25 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 10. * Use will, of course, be made by the teacher of any natural features of the land, or waters, in the neighbourhood, to illustrate these lessons, and to impress them on the children's minds.