monitorial

[ mon-i-tawr-ee-uh l, -tohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF monitorial
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Unfortunately at Roslyn the monitorial system was not established.

He had not been seen since his escape from the monitorial fangs after morning school.

Had he not once offered to quit from his monitorial work to help in the shop and had not his offer been firmly refused?

The nation is a monitorial school, wonderfully contrived for the education of the people.

He also adopted the monitorial method, but, as a Quaker, omitting the Church teaching of the Bell schools.

Further, the same causes which reduced the control of masters, also embarrassed the upper boys in their monitorial duties.

The two worked independently, but Lancaster was the first to apply the system of monitorial teaching on a large scale.

But in the early stages of national education the monitorial method served a valuable purpose.

"You press me closely," with an amused scrutiny of the captain's monitorial face.

The monitorial system is practicedone child hearing the other recite his lesson and assisting him to learn it.

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