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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1912,
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TnP Prnnrr Spahncr nf PrniJS should be separated, and what seats
the several pupils should occupy.
The seating should not apply to a
few pupils only, but all seats should
be formally assigned. This will
avoid the giving of offense.
The more fully and wisely the
foregoing results are attained in
the seating of a school, the easier
will be its control, and the more
satisfactory the progress of the pupils.
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An important result to be secur
ed by such seating is the obviation,
as far as practicable, of all occasions
for disorder, and especially of all un
necessary temptations to disorder. An
ounce of prevention is worth a
pound of cure.'' '
One of the advices for securing
this result is the seating of pupils i
in such a manner that those in the
Alternate same class may not sit
Clat adjacent to each other.
Seating. When, for example, a
school is composed of two classes,
the pupils therein may be seated al
ternately, or in altinate rows: i.e.,
a row of pupils of the first class,
and next a row of the second class;
and so on. The advantages thus
secured are obvious. The pupils
who are preparing the same lessons
are separated from each other, thus
securing more independent study,
and also greatly lessening the temp
tation to communicate about lessons
and other matters. It also distri
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What A Teacher Really Is
"A school teacher is a person
who teaches things to people
when they are young," says the
"The teacher conies to school at
8:30 o'clock, and when she has
gotten enough children for a mess
in her room, she teaches them
reading, writing, geography,
grammar, arithmetic, music, draw
ing, cooking, board sawing,
crocheting, deep breathing, bird
butes the pupils remaining in the calls- scientific eating, patriotism,
room for study when the other pu-
GEO. G. GUILD, Vice-Pret & Mgr
pils are reciting; and the advan
tage of this is specially obvious
when pupils pass to another room
or occupy separate seats in class
This plan of seating is most easi
ly carried out when there are but
two classes in a room, and it is
perhaps least helpful in an ungrad
ed school, containing several
classes. But the principle can be
more or less utilized in any school.
Another result to be secured in
the seating of pupils is the separa
tion of those who are especially
Separation weak in each other's
of Weak presence. .Nearly
plain and fancy baking, forestry,
civics and other sciences too
numerous to mention. V h e n
school is out, she stays behind
with five or six of her worst schol
ars and tries to save the state the
job of reforming them later on.
After that she hurries home to
make herself a new dress and
snatch a hasty supper before going
back to attend a lecture by an im
ported specialist on the history of
tribal law in Patagonia, which the
superintendent thinks may give
her some information which may
be useful in her school work some
day. A great m a n y lecturers
roam the country preying on
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PupiU. every school contains- school teachers and some of them
pupils with such common weak- are very cruel, talking to them so
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tions, that they are an undue temp
tation to each' other. It is not
wise to permit such pupils to sit to
gether. There are other pupils
who need the special assistance of
the teacher's eye, and it is a help
to them to sit "well to the front"
not to be watched, but to be seen,
and thus helped.
It requires good judgment, and
not a little tact, to secure these
desirable results without giving
Tint-Day offense, and thus doing
Seating, harm. The writer has
advised many young teachers, tak
ing charge of a strange school, not
to seat the pupils the first day, ex-
sit up until morning, when they
get home, to get their daily test
"School teachers' salaries range
from $30 a mouth up but not far
enough up to make them dizzy.
On her salary the teacher must
dress nicely, buy herself things
for her work which the city is too
poor to get, go to twenty-nine
lectures an'd concerts a year, buy
helpful books on pedagogy, pay
her way to district, county and
state institutes, and enjoy herself
during a three months' vacation,
which her salary takes every year,
In addition, the teacher is sup-
cept temporarily, but to make the : posed to hoard away vast sums of
tile more permanent SCcUUiy UVcli iliieiucj, w mat nutu nut un.um I
the close of the week, or even later, j too nervous and cross to teach, at
A few days of observation will en- the age of 50 or thereabouts, she
able the teacher not only to classify j can retire and live happily ever
the pupils, butto learn what pupils ! after on her income.".
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121. HOME lEl
Pammw Jlt-nie lnd'V'17 'IH
Under a new kind of land lease,
the Anahola and Kamalomalo
lands were bid in at . Public
auction by the Makee Sugar
Company the only bidder at the
sale.' The lease went for the up
set price, which was $4,332.80.
It covers a little over three thou
sand acres of land. The lease now
being finally drawn up for execu
tion is abont the most complicated
affair of the kind yet drawn. It
is based upon a rental of $4 per
acre for the cane land and twenty
cents an acre per year for the pas
ture land, the government reserv
ing all sorts of rights to withdraw
anv of the land at any time, for
The lessee is pretty well tied up
by restrictions and agreements in
tended to pave the way for home
steading. The lessee is required
to expend not less than $20,000 in
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improvements, parucuiauy iui in
creasing the supply of water and
making it available for all of the
laud. The, rental is to be applied
to the payment of the improve
ments for four of five years.
It is not likely that this land
will be wanted soon for homestead
purposes, an there are lare areas
of better homesteading land a t
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cluded with the land that would
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The plans, methods of construc
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plated improvements are subject
to the approval of thevgovernmeut
and all improvements revert to the
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Rev. J. M. Lydgute, pastor.
Church Service II a. m. Except
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Lihue First Church, Hawaiian
Rev. Wm. Kamati, pastor.
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