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HILL, Mary   


  • Homecraft in the classroom
  • Subjects: domestic science, teaching,

    • 1. Homecraft in the classroom / a series of lessons in "home-making" in which the work is brought under the usual school-room conditions / by Mary Hill, A.C.P. / Ranmoor Council (University demonstration) School, Sheffield.
      [1914]
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-iv] v-x [11-12] 13-183   frontis, 12 pls, 2 illus  
      GB:   LB   *LoEN  

      Date from LoEN catalogue.
      Binding: blue cloth.
      This unusual and interesting book represents the author's attempt to solve the problem of how to teach home-making as an aspect of home life, not as an academic subject. In her own words, "the work was always approached as some aspect of home-life, never as so-called "Domestic Science", which, alas, is frequently very doubtful science with nothing "domestic" about it at all' (preface). The photographs which illustrate the text show pupils at the Ranmoor Council University demonstration school, Sheffield, participating in homecraft lessons.


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