Definition of Mcguffey eclectic readers
1. Noun. Readers that combined lessons in reading with moralistic messages.
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1. A History of the McGuffey Readers by Henry Hobart Vail (1911)
"But what interest can the history of the McGuffey Eclectic Readers have to those who did not use these books in their school career? ..."
2. Grammar and Analysis Made Easy and Attractive by Diagrams: Containing All by Frank Van Buren Irish (1884)
"... and have made us commit to memory all the whole series of the McGuffey Eclectic Readers. " The world is always changing its courses of education. ..."
3. The Ohio Educational Monthly and the National Teacher: A Journal of Educationby Ohio State Teachers Association by Ohio State Teachers Association (1889)
"... and solve fewer puzzles in 'position' and 'cube root,' and have made us commit to memory all the whole series of the McGuffey Eclectic Readers. ..."
4. Biennial Report by West Virginia State Dept. of Education, OK Dept of Education (1882)
"After this time the firm published what is culled "McGuffey Eclectic Readers, Revised Edition." Many changes are introduced in this new work; so many, ..."
5. Benjamin Franklin in American Thought and Culture, 1790-1990 by Nian-Sheng Huang (1994)
"Lindberg, Stanley W., ed., The Annotated McGuffey: Selections from the McGuffey Eclectic Readers, 1836-1920 (New York, 1976). ..."