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Second Year. 1. To teach a class in the presence of the inspector. † 2. To answer questions in writing on the following subject :
a. The different methods of organizing an elementary school.
b. The form of, the mode of keeping, and of making Returns from School Registers.
the second year) | who do not present a certificate, signed by the mistress of the practising school
GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION.
The examples for these exercises will be taken in 1877 from the fifth Canto of The Lady of the Lake,
2. An explanation in clear and simple language of a passage from Wordsworth or Milton
+ Students of the second year who are to be examined on the papers of the first year (Article 105) must teach
3. To write plain prose upon a given subject.
Elementary facts and general outline to the accession of the Tudors.
† No questions will be set except such as can be answered from text books in common use.
All questions set will be such as can be answered from text books in common use, except that the final section
Second Year. Elementary facts and general outline from the accession of the Tudors to the present time. The papers will contain questions on the history of Scotland.
The figures must be well formed, and the sums worked methodically and as good models for
Second Year. 1. As in First Year, but defects in method and neatness more severely visited with loss of marks. 2. Simple Interest.
SEWING AND CUTTING OUT.
First Year. 1. Clothing
3. Cooking 2. Food.
3. Practical rules for the preservation of health.
who do not present a certificate signed by the superintendent, to the effect that she is satisfied with their practical proficiency in some specified portion of the work usually comprehended under the name of industrial training.
3. The scales, major and minor ; with the intervals (major and minor, perfect or other) found in
4. Transposition from one key to another; and transcription from one variety of time to another (as from i to 1).
Second Year. 1. Notation : The alto and tenor staves, and their relations to the treble and bass. 2. Time : Compound common, and compound triple. 3. Classification of intervals, as perfect and imperfect, consonant and dissonant.
4. Resolution of individual dissonant intervals.
5. Rudiments of harmony: Positions of chords; progression; inversion; discords by suspension
not passed the JIusical Inspector's examination in practical skill. Acting teachers who take this paper
(N.B.-This exercise does not form part of the December examination. Annual examinations, in draring only, are held at each of the Training
Colleges under inspection some time in November, and at the various wcal drawing schools in connexion with the Department
carried to each candidate's total, for a certificate under this Syllabus.]
1. Latin Α.
* For information respecting the examinations in Science and Art, and for copies of the Science and Art Directories, application may be made to "The Secretary, Science and Art Department, South Kensington, London, W."