Tips for teachers

United States, 1941

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Presents the three “P’s” of good teaching. Explains the place and value of the teacher’s “personality”; dramatises the importance of “preparation” and gives and example of how the “presentation” of the material is best accomplished. Analogies are introduced to show how the teacher must use showmanship, salesmanship and the ability of an actor to help shorten the learning process.


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United States. Navy

Jam Handy Organization






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