Monitorial instruction. An address by John Griscom

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Statementpronounced at the opening of the New-York high-school, with notes and illustrations, by John Griscom.
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LC ClassificationsLB1029.M7 G8
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Pagination216 p.
Number of Pages216
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Open LibraryOL6973737M
LC Control Number06030232
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Monitorial system, also called Lancasterian system, teaching method, practiced most extensively in the 19th century, in which the older or better scholars taught the younger or weaker pupils. In the system as promoted by the English educator Joseph Lancaster, the superior students learned their lessons from the adult teacher in charge of the school and then transmitted their knowledge to the.

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The Psychology of Monitorial Instruction () Each lesson as soon as said, is marked in the monitor's book; and the sum of these daily lessons, and of the other daily tasks, together with the individual proficiency of each scholar, are entered in a register book.

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DOCUMENT RESUME ED SP AUTHOR Ediger, Marlow TITLE The Lancastrian Monitorial System of Instruction. PUB DATE 23 Sep 87 NOTE 9p.

PUB TYPE Reports Descriptive () EDRS PRICE. MF01/PC01 Plus Postage. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Griscom, John, Monitorial instruction. New York, Printed by M. Day, (DLC) (OCoLC) The chapter focuses on “monitorial education,” schooling built on a pyramid system in which one master teaches several students, who teach several more.

Two British teachers, Joseph Lancaster and Andrew Bell, each developed his own version of this pedagogical strategy at the end of the eighteenth century. In Britain, the question of whose system to use became heated: nonconforming.

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Free shipping for many products. The Lancastrian Monitorial System of Instruction was devised in the late eighteenth century by a teacher in England, Joseph Lancaster, who found it necessary to keep educational costs down in order to continue teaching poor people in the area. This system was organized so that one master teacher could instruct from to 1, pupils at one time.

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And A. M., and LIGHTFOOT'S MANUAL OF THE LODGE OR MONITORIAL INSTRUCTIONS 5/5(1). The Monitorial System, Madras System, or Lancasterian System was an education method that took hold during the early 19th century, because of Spanish, French, and English colonial education that was imposed into the areas of expansion.

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The term originates in Michael Schudson's book The Good Citizen. Schudson. Monitorial instruction. (New-York, London, Printed by M. Day, ), by John Griscom (page images at HathiTrust) Manual of the system of primary instruction, pursued in the model schools of the British and foreign school society.

The Porch and the Middle Chamber: The Book of the Lodge / Albert Pike A Manual of the Lodge: Or Monitorial Instructions / Albert G. Mackey, Ronayne's Handbook of Freemasonry, Illustrations of Masonry / William Morgan, Information for Master Masons, n.d. Containing Monitorial Instructions in the degrees of Entered Apprentice, Fellow-Craft, and Master Masons, with Explanatory Notes, Emendations, and Lectures; together with the Ceremonies of Consecration and Dedication of New Lodges, Installation of Grand and Suborninate Officers, Laying of Foundation Stones, Dedication of Masonic Halls, etc.

instruction and other adverse effects that outweighed the advantages. The influence of monitorial schools declined in America during the first half of the nineteenth century with the development of public schools. Key Words: educational history, group instruction, historical period, learning theory, music teacher, student teachers, teaching method.

books; and a monitor-general looked after all the other monitors.7 Monitorial instruction required little more than a bare room, since for most lessons pupils stood, grouped about "stations" along the schoolroom walls where they learned by rote the informa tion their monitors had earlier received.

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Andrew Bell, the most popular means of elementary education during the first half of the nineteenth century. A manual of the lodge: or, Monitorial instructions in the degrees of entered apprentice, fellow craft, and master mason, arranged in accordance with the American system of lectures, to which are added the ceremonies of the order of past master, relating to installations, dedications, consecrations, laying of corner stones, etc.Monitorial System Last updated J The Monitorial System, Madras System, or Lancasterian System was an education method that took hold during the early 19th century, because of Spanish, French, and English colonial education that was imposed into the areas of expansion.

This method was also known as "mutual instruction" or the "Bell-Lancaster method" after the British. Examining the origin and accomplishments of the Lancastrian monitorial system of instruction, this paper discusses the influence of that system on American education.

It gives a brief history of how Joseph Lancaster became involved in reading instruction and how he was a pioneer in emphasizing a reading curriculum that was written down. It then describes the monitorial system of instruction.

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