Excerpt from Lesson Studies: To Accompany Canby and Opdycke's Good English
Only through the medium of language does civilized man make others see as he sees and act as he wishes them to act. The sooner the realization of such power comes to the pupil, the better. Rhetoric in ... the earlier days aimed to accomplish this by discipline plus instruction; rhetoric to-day makes use of instruction plus stimulation. The subject matter is now presented with such application to life that drudgery is lost sight of in eagerness to reach the goal. Welcome, then, to whatever means will help to develop in the mind of. The first year high school pupil the idea that through the medium of words mind acts on mind.
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