Educative Geography

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    IT is to be hoped that this little book may secure a wide circulation among teachers of geography in elementary schools and the junior classes of secondary schools. It should convince all who read it that lessons in geography become both more valuable and interesting when they include simple practical exercises to be worked by the children themselves, and that the provision of such work is neither expensive nor unduly troublesome.

    Educative Geography.

    A Note-book for Teachers. By J. L. Haddon. Pp. 76 (London: G. W. Bacon arid Co., Ltd., 1915.) Price 1s. net.

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    Educative Geography . Nature 95, 449 (1915) doi:10.1038/095449d0

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