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From Childhood to Adolescence
Maria Montessori

From Childhood to Adolescence

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Emphasizes the educational preparation, needs, and concerns of the adolescent and views the function of university education

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Dr. Montessori first analyses the characteristics and needs of children from seven to twelve. It may be said that veritable metamorphoses takes place during this period and constitutes one of particular importance for moral education, the concept of justice and social adaptation; the passage to abstraction, the role of the imagination and ‘going out', the key to culture. She also discusses the education of Adolescence, the ‘Erdkinder' and at the University.

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Montessori Education
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ISBN
977-6010-60-1-
Author
Maria Montessori
Translator
Malk Morsi Hammad
Original Language
Italian
Language
Arabic (Translated)
Series
Dr. Maria Montessori Works
Format
Paperback
Publishing House
Maktabet Dar El Kalema Publishing House
Number of Pages
134 pages
Product Dimensions
0.5x12.0x20
Product Weight
106 gm

an introduction

1.  Successive levels of education

2. Transitions

3.  Moral characteristics of a child from

Age seven to twelve

4.  The child's needs from the age of seven to twelve

5. Shift to abstraction

The role of imagination, or "launch," is the key to culture

6.  water

7. Some chemical experiments

8.  Carbon in nature

9.  Some thoughts on inorganic chemistry

10. Some ideas on organic chemistry

Conclusion

Appendices:

A - Children are the children of the Earth Erdkinder

B - plans for study and work

C - University job