Individual instruction sheets in industrial arts - their value and extent of usage.

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For an instructor to attempt to write all the sheets necessary for a given sUbject is a stupen­ dous task, especially when he has no assurance the work when completed will be a success. Before the sheets can be written, it is first necessary to determine. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Selvidge, R.

(Robert Washington), Individual instruction sheets. Peoria, Ill., The Manual Arts Press [©]. The industrial arts are those occupations by which changes are made in the form of materials to increase their values for human usage. As a subject for educative purposes, industrial arts is a study of the changes made by man in the forms of materials to increase their values, and of the problems of life related to these changes.

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