3 edition of comparative study of the play activities of adult savages and civilized children found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||LB1137 .A7 1910a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 94 p.|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||15004038|
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Comparative study of the play activities of adult savages and civilized children. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Appleton, Lilla Estelle, Comparative study of the play activities of adult savages and civilized children.
Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, (OCoLC) Excerpt from A Comparative Study of the Play Activities of Adult Savages and Civilized Children: An Investigation of the Scientific Basis of Education If the comparison of phylogenetic and ontogenetic play activities has taught us anything, it is that physical and mental life are so closely cor related that the type of the one cannot be Author: Lilla Estelle Appleton.
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Estelle (Lilla Estelle) Date: The Elementary school teacher: ISSN: OCLC: A Comparative Study of the Play Activities of Adult Savages and Civilized Children L. Estelle Appleton. Book Review:The. Description: Current issues are now on the Chicago Journals website.
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"The Educational Problem. Its Relation to the 'Submerged Tenth,'" c "The Many-Sidedness of Interest," n.d. Lilla Estelle Appleton, A Comparative Study of the Play Activities of Adult Savages and Civilized Children, An Investigation of the Scientific Basis of Education (Chicago, ), 4; George E.
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BALTIMORE, MD. INTRODUCTION ~ L scientific curiosity keeps in wholesome flux by regenerating itself constantly or in spurts through the discovery of hitherto unknown facts, the reshuffling of facts already known, the establish- ment of ever more relationships and Cited by: - Children progress from animal savagery to civilized adults - children progress from being savages.
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