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General Science: First Course

    Naturevolume 105pages352353 (1920) | Download Citation



    THAT a pupil's first view of science should be a broad one has been more generally recognised inthe United States than in this country. The routine of measurements and weighings, which is all that somany of our children know as science, fails to arouse enthusiasm except as a relief from work which isstill more dull. Teachers who are breaking away from this system have been helped by more than one recent American publication. Their attention is confidently directed to the volume now under review.

    General Science: First Course.

    By L. Elhuff. Pp. vii + 435. (London: G. G. Harrap and Co., Ltd.) Price 5s. net.

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