The New England Primer

The New England Primer By Wallbuilders Press Westminster Assembly, The New England Primer The New England Primer was the first textbook ever printed in America and was used to teach reading and Bible lessons in our schools until the twentieth century In fact many of the Founders and their
  • Title: The New England Primer
  • Author: Wallbuilders Press Westminster Assembly
  • ISBN: 9780925279170
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The New England Primer By Wallbuilders Press Westminster Assembly, The New England Primer was the first textbook ever printed in America and was used to teach reading and Bible lessons in our schools until the twentieth century In fact, many of the Founders and their children learned to read from the Primer This pocket size edition is an historical reprint of the 1777 version used in many schools during the Founding Era.
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    1. The New England Primer is a fascinating little document, being one of the earliest text books in the United States It s difficult to evaluate it, as today it is nothing but a piece of religious propaganda readily discarded without a second thought So one star But still interesting to see what early colonial education was like and how we have progressed since.


    2. This was a fascinating read for me as an educator and a Catholic, and a dabbler in history and anthropology As a teacher, I m impressed with the rigor of the content It was not an easy read in either content, sentence structure, or diction It is impressive that kids can learn to read at this level, but just proves that kids can meet high standards if you expect them to As a Catholic school teacher, I have learned that Catholic schools in America came about because public schools taught religion [...]


    3. It is amazing to think about the vast difference in education children received then as opposed to now I believe children need to be taught soberly about God.


    4. Amazing to me that this was the equivalent of a first grade textbook in it s day It gives me the sense that our educational system has devolved significantly in certain respects In first grade, I was barely scraping by with See Sam run Run Sam run These kids were learning vocabulary words like Edyfying, Formidably, Consolation, and Mortification Oh how far the mighty have fallen Considering it s only rival for best selling book during the 1700 s was the Bible, I can t understand why I never hear [...]



    5. My first e book And the source of the children s prayer Now I lay me down to sleep I ll have to read this again, since I may have been a bit distracted by the format.



    6. I used to have a rather worn copy of this book in my library Alas, most of that library is gone now, and this book with it



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