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Definition of Acquisitional
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Literary usage of Acquisitional
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1. Method in Education: A Text-book for Teachers by Ruric Nevel Roark (1899)
"acquisitional STUDIES The child spends the early years of his life in acquiring ... acquisitional exercises. — The earlier school exercises that are chiefly ..."
2. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1904)
"First, the acquisitional. During this period the young child is occupied with acquiring material — accumulating the raw sense data of perception from which ..."
3. Psychology in Education; Designed as a Text-book, and for the Use of the by Ruric Nevel Roark (1895)
"Approximately stated, in the primary and grammar schools the proportionate division of time would be, to acquisitional studies one half to two thirds, ..."
4. Economy in Education: A Practical Discussion of Present-day Problems of by Ruric N[evel] Roark (1905)
"The rich content of the acquisitional subjects furnishes the material for use in the ... and both the acquisitional and ..."
5. The Indiana School Journal by Indiana State Teachers Association (1897)
"All preceding training, acquisitional and reflectional, culminates here in the expressional, with which they are coordinate ..."
6. Outlines of Psychology: Designed for Use in Teachers ̓classes, Normal by Henry Graham Williams (1895)
"The reflectional is impossible without the acquisitional. We must seek to train the mind to receive knowledge through sense-perception. ..."
7. Elements of Religious Pedagogy: A Course in Sunday School Teacher-training by Fred Lewis Pattee (1909)
"The acquisitional Period. We have seen that until about the age of twelve or thirteen the acquisitional powers of the child predominate. ..."