6 edition of Manual training : first lessons in wood-working found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Alfred G. Compton.|
|LC Classifications||TT185 .C7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 188 p.|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||08031408|
CONTENTS. calSuggestions,.., 7 CHAPTER I. UseofTry-square,Gauge,Hamnier,Saw,Plane,Bit,Chisel,etc.9 aroundapiecewith atry-square. This manual "contains illustrations and directions for the making of models in wood, cardboard, wirework, Venetian iron, chip carving; with chapters on book mending, woods of the United States, tool instruction, equipment in manual training shop and a bibliography prepared .
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First lessons in hand and eye training, or, Manual work for boys and girls / (London: O. Newmann, ), by Gustav Kalb (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Practical education. Treating of the development of memory, the increasing quickness of perception, and training the constructive faculty. Manual training first lessons in woodworking () pages Mechanical exercises, or, The elements and practice of carpentry, joinery, bricklaying, masonry, slating, plastering, painting, smithing, and burning () pages.
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(Alfred George Pages: woodworking books on several topics. Wood Working - Wood Carving - Wood Turning - Patternmaking - Using Hand Tools. Carpentry for Beginners - Things to Make,by J. Adams,pages.
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Manual Training: First Lessons In Wood-Working | by Alfred G. Compton The series of lessons in wood-working here presented is intended, principally, for use in schools in which hand-work is pursued as a part of general training. The order of sequence is designed to lead the pupil from one tool to another of larger capabilities, and from one.
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Alltid bra priser, fri frakt från kr och snabb leverans. | Adlibris. BASIC WOODWORKING. EVALUATIONS. Introduction. To further help students comprehend the subject matter presented in this text and the corresponding lab work they are required to prepare for evaluations by reviewing the material, processing it, and presenting what they learned to the instructor.
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Lesson IX. Hammer And Nails. Putting A Box Together. IN using the hammer, the first thing to learn is to swing it with a free movement of the arm from the elbow rather than from the.
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First lessons in manual training and carpentry, (Freeport, Ill., The Craftsman's home study schools, [c]), by Freeport Craftsman's home study schools (page images at HathiTrust) The American house-carpenter.
(New York, J. Wiley & son, ), by Robert Griffith Hatfield (page images at HathiTrust). For Use in Manual Training Classes.
This course in woodwork is intended for use by pupils who have had no previous experience with wood-working tools. It is planned to develop the subject in a systematic manner in harmony with well established pedagogic principles.
The first lessons should be thoroughly mastered so that the interest and. Manual training first lessons in wood-working - A. Compton () Manual training for common schools; an organized course in wood-working - E. Allen () Manual training for the rural schools; a group of farm and farm home woodworking problems - L.
Roehl () Manual training in the grades - F. Halstead () Manual training, first. Chapter 1 and Before - Education Programs that Support the Growth of Amateur Woodworking Chapter Part D The First Real Instructional Woodworking: The Russian System.
I deny that the introduction of manual training does of necessity force out any essential feature of. Page iii - A COURSE of simple lessons in the use of the universal tools: the hammer, knife, axe, plane, rule, chalk-line, square, gauge, chisel, saw, and augur.
The lessons are so amply illustrated that any bright boy will find the book alone a great help in his endeavors to learn 3/5(1).Manual training: first lessons in woodworking. Exercises in wood-working; with a short treatise on wood; written for manual training classes in schools and colleges.
Elementary turning, for use in manual training classes. Handbook in woodwork and carpentry, for teachers and normal schools.
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