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School Books

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Khelsea Jenkinson

on 10 January 2013

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1.The Hornbook
2.New England Primer
3.McGuffey Reader Books Of Education
By: Khelsea Jenkinson The Hornbook The hornbook included a
hole, so that a piece of leather string could be put through it so the children could put the Hornbook around their neck or hook it to their belt. The information on a Hornbook was usually handwritten on a piece of parchment and tacked to the board.
The horn of oxen or sheep was used to make the laminating structure, so the books couldn't be soiled by the children. -The Hornbook was originated in England in 1450. The Hornbook was made of a wooden paddle with lessons tacked on and covered by a piece of transparent horn. The Hornbook usually consisted of several different topics including, the alphabet, vowel and consonant combinations, the Lord's Prayer, a form of a cross, and a praise of the Trinity. http://www.ux1.eiu.edu/~cfrnb/hornbook.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hornbook The New England Primer McGuffey Reader The New England Primer was reading primer
designed for the American Colonies. It became
the most successful educational textbook
published in the 18th century. Was first
published between 1687 && 1690 by
Benjamin Harris, who had come from escaping
the brief catholic ascendancy under James II. It includes the alphabet, vowels, consonants, double letters and syllabariums of two letters to six letter syllables. The work usually contained religious maxims, woodcuts, alphabetical assistants, acronyms, catechisms, and moral lessons. The New England Primer was made with a thin sheet of horn or paper shellacked to a wooden board, which also sometimes contained a
handle. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_England_Primer William H. McGuffey created the series of books. He was a Midwestern teacher, he taught reading to school children. The series appeared in the 1830's. In the 19th century it was used a lot and some schools still use them today. McGuffey's Readers the some of the first textbooks in America the got progressively more challenging with each volume. The word repetition was used a lot in the text as a learning tool. The first book contained fifty-five lessons, second one; eighty-five lessons(reading and spelling),
third; fifty-seven lessons. There are about 7 books. http://mcguffeyreaders.com/1836_original.htm http://www.answers.com/topic/mcguffey-readers
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