All the principles of pedagogy discovered by educators in the last half of the nineteenth century and now in use in our best schools, were practised by the Great Teacher in his three years' work among the children of men. Every good teacher has always followed certain laws in relation to his pupils, but only as the novice sings; it was without understanding why these rules were followed and without knowing that he followed them.
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