The Story in Primary Instruction
Sixteen Stories and How to Use Them
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The Story in Primary Instruction Sixteen Stories and How to Use Them

By Samuel B. Allison, Hannah Avis Perdue
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  • THE STORY IN Primary Instruction
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • THE STORY IN PRIMARY INSTRUCTION.
      • THE MASTERY OF A VOCABULARY NOT THE MATERIAL OF INSTRUCTION.
      • A WIDER CIRCLE AND PURPOSE, GROWING OUT OF THE CHILD’S LIFE AND NEEDS.
      • LANGUAGE TEACHING.
    • THE SELECTION OF THE SUBJECT-MATTER.
      • PHASE OF MIND ACTIVITY IN EARLY CIVILIZATION.
      • A THIRD ELEMENT OF THE RACE PRODUCTS.
      • THE LEGENDARY AND THE MYTHOLOGICAL THE CHILD’S NATURAL FOOD.
      • HOW ARE WE TO DISCRIMINATE AS TO MATERIAL TO BE SELECTED?
      • NARRATIVES SELECTED AND THE BASIS OF SELECTION.
      • THE FOUR STORY GROUPS.
    • THE PROBLEM OF CORRELATION.
    • SUGGESTIONS.
      • THE TREATMENT.
      • REPRODUCTION.
      • THE PREPARATION.
      • THE NARRATION.
      • THE DEEPENING.
      • THE NATURE-MATERIAL.
      • THE ETHICAL MATERIAL.
      • READING.
      • DRAWING, ETC.
      • DRAMATIZATION.
      • CONSTRUCTION.
    • THE SEVEN LITTLE GOATS.
      • THE MOTHER GOAT.
      • THE WOLF.
      • THE WOLF IN THE HOUSE.
      • THE MOTHER GOAT’S RETURN.
    • THE STARDOLLARS.
      • AT HOME.
      • IN THE FIELDS.
      • IN THE FOREST.
    • LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD.
      • AT HOME.
      • IN THE WOODS.
      • AT GRANDMOTHER’S HOUSE.
    • THE SWEET RICE PORRIDGE.
      • THE LITTLE GIRL AND HER MOTHER.
      • THE WONDERFUL POT.
      • THE MOTHER WELL AGAIN.
      • THE FLOOD OF RICE.
      • THE VALLEY FILLED UP.
    • MOTHER FROST.
      • THE LOST SPINDLE.
      • THE MAID IN THE WELL.
      • THE RETURN HOME.
      • THE IDLE MAID.
    • SNOW-WHITE AND ROSE-RED.
      • THE HOME.
      • HOW SNOW-WHITE AND ROSE-RED PLAYED.
      • THE BEAR.
      • A DWARF IN TROUBLE.
      • THE DWARF FISHING.
      • THE DWARF AND AN EAGLE.
      • THE BEAR AGAIN.
    • THE COCK AND THE HEN.
      • ON THE MOUNTAIN.
      • THE TRAVELERS.
      • AT THE INN.
      • THE INNKEEPER.
    • DEATH OF THE COCK.
      • DEATH OF THE COCK.
      • THE FUNERAL.
      • CROSSING THE RIVER.
    • BIRDIE AND LENA.
      • HOW THE HUNTER FOUND BIRDIE.
      • THE COOK.
      • HOW BIRDIE WAS SAVED.
      • THE SEARCH.
      • THE SERVANTS GO AGAIN TO THE FOREST.
      • THE COOK PUNISHED.
    • THE WOLF AND THE FOX.
      • AT THE FARMYARD.
      • AT THE FARM HOUSE.
      • IN THE CELLAR.
    • THE STREET MUSICIANS.
      • HOW THE MUSICIANS CAME TOGETHER.
      • IN THE FOREST.
      • THE ROBBERS RETURN.
    • THE STRAW, THE COAL, AND THE BEAN.
      • THE MEETING.
      • THE JOURNEY.
    • CINDERELLA.
      • HOW CINDERELLA GOT HER NAME.
      • THE FAIR.
      • THE BALL.
      • HOW CINDERELLA WENT TO THE BALL.
    • THE WONDERFUL TRAVELER.
      • THE TRAVELER.
      • THE KIND MAN GRANTS WISHES.
      • THE PROUD MAN OVERTAKES THE TRAVELER.
      • THE PROUD MAN’S WISHES.
    • HANS AND THE FOUR BIG GIANTS.
      • THE HOME IN THE COUNTRY.
      • LEAVING HOME.
      • HANS IN THE CITY.
      • THE KING’S PALACE.
      • HANS STARTS ON HIS JOURNEY.
      • HANS MEETS A SECOND GIANT.
      • HANS MEETS A THIRD GIANT.
      • HANS MEETS A FOURTH GIANT.
      • HOW HANS GOT THE NECKLACE.
    • THE FIR TREE.
      • IN THE FOREST.
      • THE WOOD-CUTTERS.
      • OTHER TREES GO FROM THE FOREST.
      • THE FIR TREE HAS ITS WISH.
    • ADDITIONAL SUGGESTIONS.
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