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The attention of the Teachers of California is solicited to the following TestBooks, by G. P. QUACKENBOS, A. M., widely used and everywhere commended. The Grammar, U. S. History, and Natural Philosophy, received the indorsement of the Star'E TEACHERS' INSTITUTE, and were adopted in the Series for the
COMMON SCHOOLS OF CALIFORNIA.
AN ENGLISH GRAHA
12mo. 288 pp. 75 cents. Clear; philosophical; accurate: consistent; thorough; well arranged ; lucid in detinition ; brief in rules; original in its view's; radical in its reforms ; happy in its illustrations ; practical in its exercises ; interesting to the pupil ; labor-saving to the teacher ; simple enough for the young, suth comprehensist für the more advanced; bold in meeting dilliculties; ingenious in explaining difficult construe tions; singularly simple in larsilig and Analysis; makes the learning of Grammar an intel ligent exercise; makes the teaching of Grammar a POSITIVE PLEASURE,
Such is the verdict pronounced on this new Text-Book by our best educators,
FIRST LESSONS IN COMPOSITION
12mo. pp. 182. 63 cts. For many years this book has been a favorite with the public. There is nothing like it for interesting beginners in the study of Composition. Indend in the strongest terms by Prof. TAYLER LEWIS, of Union College; tion, A. C. BAREY, State Superintendent of Wisconsin, and many others prominent in the educational world.
ADVANCED COURSE OF COMPOSITION & RHETORIC
Embracing the origin of the English Language, Punctuation, Taste, Pleasures of the Imagination, Figures, Style, Criticism, etc. 12mo. pp. 450. $1.25.
Used in almost every school where Rhetoric is taught. Its practical exercises give it life and vigor, and insure a thorough nuderstanding of the subject.
Illustrated School History of the United States
12mo. pp. 473. $1.25. Clear, spirited, interesting, fair, national, well condensed, splendidly illustrated with pictures, maps, and plans of battle-fields. It is extensively used, not only as a Text-Book in History, but also as a School-Reader, and is found far more entertaining, efficient, and instructive, than the ordinary Reading-Books.
PRIMARY HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Beautifully illustrated Child's Quarto, pp. 192. 80 cents. Simple in style; abounds in anecdote; just the thing for beginners.
A NATURAL POILOSOPHY
Embracing the most recent Discoveries, and exhibiting the application of Scientific Principles in every-day Life. 12mo. pp. 450. $1.25.
Accurate ; judicious in its selection of matter; brought up to date; full in experiments and illustrations; equally adapted for use with or without apparatus; a peculiarly pleasant book for the class-room. Those who have once used it will use no other.
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The Fifth Term of this Institution commenced on the tenth day of January, 1865, and will continue five months. Tuition free.
I. All pupils, on entering the School, shall be required to sign the following declaration of intention :
“We, the subscribers, hereby declare that our purpose in entering the State Normal School is to fit ourselves for the profession of Teaching, and that it is our intention to engage in teaching in the Public Schools of this State.”
II. Male candidates for admission must be at least eighteen years of age; and female applicants at least fifteen years of age; and all must possess a good degree of physical health and vigor.
III. Examinations of candidates for admission shall be held during the opening week of each term, and in such form and manner as may be prescribed by the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees and the Principal, and the candidate so examined shall be admitted to such classes as their qualitications may entitle them to enter.
IV. The Principal of the School shall be authorized, under the direction of the Executive Committee, to examine and admit applicants at any time during the term, when it shall appear that such candidates could not present themselves at the opening of the term.
V. No pupil shall be entitled to a Diploma who has not been a member of the School at least one term of five months; but certificates of attendance, showing character and standing, shall be given to all who pursue an undergraduate or temporary course of study.
GENERAL REMARKS. The object of the California State Normal School is to provide for the Pablic Schools of the State a class of well-trained professional Teachers. The course of study as adopted for the School in its present stage of advancement, may seem very plain and unass
assuming, compared with the more pretentious lists of sciences and languages pursued in many private institutions ; but it should be borne in mind that the aim of the Normal School is to teach thoroughly what it assumes to teach, and that its purpose is to fit Teachers for the actual duties of our public school-rooms, rather than to graduate mere literary scholars.
As the maximum number the School can accommodate is not yet reached, pupils will be received from any county in the State, without reference to the county apportionment allowed by law.
Applicants who desire further information will apply by letter to the Superintendent of Public Instruction or to the Principal of the School.
Public School Teachers, who have already been engaged in teaching and who wish to avail themselves of the advantages offered by the Experimental School for imparting a thorough knowledge of the system of Object Training, can enter the Senior Class, if sufficiently advanced in their studies, and graduate at the end of a six months' course.
SUB-JUNIOR CLASS. Arithmetic-Eaton's Common School; Mental. Grammar-Quackenbos'. Geography-Warren's Common School, and Physical ; Cornell's Outline Maps ; Map of California ; Outline Map Drawing. Ilistory of United States-Quackenbos'. Penmanship. Drawing - Burgess' System. Reading - Willson's Fourth Reader. Spelling-Willson's Larger. Oral Erercises-Willson's Charts. Elocution-Analysis of Elementary Sounds. Blackboard Writing and Drawing. Vocal Music. School Calisthenics and Gymnastics. Elementary Instruction-Sheldon's.
JUNIOR CLASS. Arithmetic-Eaton's Higher. Algebra—Davies' Elementary. GrummarQuackenbos'. Geography-Shaw & Allen's Comprehensive; Guyot's Wall Maps. History of United States—Quackenbos'. Physiology-Hooker's. Readng-Willson's Fifth Reader. Definitions and Spelling. English Composition. Elocutionary Exercises-Russell's. Elementary Instruction—Sheldon's. Vocal Music. School Calisthenics and Gymnastics.
SENIOR CLASS. Arithmetic Eaton's Higher. Algebra — Davies' Elementary. Geometry. Grammar-Quackenbos'. Rhetoric-Quackenbos'. Geology-Hitchcock's. Natural Philosophy — Quackenbos'. History - Worcester's Compend. Physiology Hooker’s. Physical Geography – Shaw & Allen's Comprehensive. Bookkeeping. Select Readings. Art of Teaching -- Russell's Normal Training; Russell's Vocal Culture ; Sheldon's Elementary Instruction; Page's Theory and Practice. Constitution of the United States. School Law of California. Use of State School Registers, Forms, Blanks, and Reports. Vocal Music. School Calisthenics and Gymnastics.
.Principal. Teacher of Natural Science.
... Assistant Teacher. Teacher of Elocution and Light Gymnastics. The attention of Teachers, School Officers, and other friends of Education, is invited to the following Standard School Text Books, all of which are new and original treatises in their several departments, and especially adapted to the improved methods of teaching which now prevail.
WARREN'S GEOGRAPHICAL SERIES.
Warren's Physical Geography. These three books form a complete Geographical Course, adapted to all grades of Schools. The maps and engravings are of the very highest order of excel. lence, and in all of the books the maps are in the same volume with the descriptive
The series is now used in most of the principal cities and towns of the United States, and has given great satisfaction wherever it has been adopted.
IF Special Editions of these books, containing carefully engraved Maps of the State, have been prepared for use in the Schools of California, and have been adopted by the State Board of Education.
GREENE'S SERIES OF ENGLISH GRAMMARS.
This Series of Grammars has been prepared by Prof. S. S. GREENE, of Brown University, and is the result of a long and careful study of the language itself, as well as of the best methods of teaching it. The system by which the principles of the language are here exhibited is simple and easy of attainment, and differs in many essential particulars from that of any other author.
Prof. Greene's connection with Public Schools, Normal Schools, and Teachers' Institutes, has given him peculiar facilities for adapting a series of text books to the wants of the different grades of Schools, and his success is best manifested by the great popularity which these Grammars have attained.
COLBURN'S SERIES OF ARITHMETICS The Child's Arithmetic. Colburn's Intellectual Arithmetic. Colburn's Common School Arithmetic. Colburn's Arithmetic and its Application. Colburn's Arithmetic, Part First (the first two books bound in one).
These popular Arithmetics were prepared by Dana P. COLBURN, Master of the Rhode Island State Normal School. They are eminently practical, and have received the warm approval of all those teachers who have made themselves acquainted with their merits.
For sale by H. H. Bancroft & Co.; A. Roman & Co.; Tyler Brothers, in San Francisco, and by Booksellers generally. Copies of these works, for examination, may be obtained, at a reduced price, from any of the above firms; who will also furnish them on favorable terms to Teachers or School Officers desirous of introducing them into Schools under their charge.
J. B. COWPERTHWAIT,