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In this he famously eschewed books, saying the world is one's book. Numbers represent nouns, while operational signs (+, -, x, / ,=) serve as verbs. Starting from the sixth day, retire and add two (or more) cards per day. You and your students can explore ideas on what is remembered over time, what is forgotten because it was never understood and/or is not used, and how past learning helps in relearning. Traditional forms of teaching and syllabus design concentrated more on the teacher playing a central role in the classroom, teaching also focused much more on form rather than meaning and there was a great importance given to testing and assessments.

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