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This short book has been concerned with the main tool of learning: language. Many children, particularly those in the industrial areas of the country, start their educational lives with this tool blunt, and live their early years in home circumstances which often conspire to keep it blunt, with the result, as the young sixth-former wrote in Chapter One, that even he 'becomes increasingly conscious of his lack of fluency', which may become 'the most prominent manifestation of his embarrassment and discomfort.' To avoid this, to give the child the confidence, which derives from ease of speech and

writing, is surely one of the prime tasks of the country's schools. There is no single recipe for a way to do this well, but it may be helpful to consider the conditions, which appear to be common to the primary schools whose work has been quoted.

 

 


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