2 edition of Fifty hints for teachers of vocational subjects found in the catalog.
Fifty hints for teachers of vocational subjects
Moses Reed Bass
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bass, M.R. Fifty hints for teachers of vocational subjects. Chicago, American Technical Society . Get this from a library. 50 hints: survival skills for instructors of vocational subjects.
[Wilbur R Miller; Marie F Miller]. INDUSTRIAL AND VOCATIONAL ARTS HOMER J. SMITH University of Minnesota BASS, M. REED. "Fifty Hints for Teachers of Vocational Subjects." Chi-cago: American Technical Society, Pp.
46 (mimeographed). Approximately one page is given to each of fifty practical suggestions for in-experienced teachers of industrial subjects. Use apostrophes correctly.
Maybe it’s because of its diminutive size, but the apostrophe tends to be neglected and misused in equal measure. The apostrophe is used to form possessives (e.g., the school’s faculty, our family’s crest, the shirt’s collar, Bill Thomas’s house) and certain contractions (e.g., it’s, let’s, she’s.
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