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Excerpt from Handwork Construction
In some schools a teacher is able to prolong courses in basketry or knotting or weaving or embroidery thru many grades, employing that one subject in applied design thruout. In other schools a new subject is taken up each year, or again, handwork is used only by the art - teacher in the design courses, where only one, two or three problems occur each year and the greatest stress is laid upon the design and planing out of the work. I see no reason to quarrel with any of these 'methods; a great deal can be attained thru any one. In all cases, the teacher must consider the processes of development in construction, pattern-making and design. Every problem of handwork presented in any school should be reached by preparatory stages, and should itself be recognized as a definite stepping - stone toward a future subject.
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bound: 128 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (April 21, 2017)
isbn: 1332135293, 978-1332135295,
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