Antoinette B. Hollister
1902 The Elementary School Teacher and Course of Study  
as studies of physiography, geology, botany, zo*logy, and meteorology. (2) Parts of selected areashill, valley, dunes, ravines, cliffs, lake, shore; work of waves, winds, etc.; swampsvegetation, animal life. II. Schoolroom work.-On return from field excursions the landscape paintings will be repeated, of course without the presence of the objects. (I) Specimens collected on field excursions studied and painted. (2) Painting of roots showing adaptation to varying conditions of moisture. (3)
more » ... ge, its adjustment to light, moisture, and temperature; function of color. (4) Structure of stems : (a) stems that resist strong winds; (b) trunks of trees; (c) aquatic plants; (d) underground stems; (e) cross-sections of stems. plains, mountains, rivers, glaciers. The next topic for attention will be pictorial or panoramic representation of larger sections of surface, as, for instance, river basins, mountain chains, plateaux, bird's-eye views of the 'This outline has been adapted largely from Mr. Thorne-Thomsen's syllabus of last summer.
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