1912. A handbook for teachers and for self instruction. Nitchie, principal of the New York School for the Hard-of-Hearing, has embodied both his system and methods into this book, which is the result of years of study, and of experience in teaching. They were all carefully worked out, even to the smallest detail, and arranged in accordance with the newest psychological principles. In fact, the book has been pronounced psychologically perfect. Partial Contents: The Eye as a Substitute for Deaf Ears; Teaching Aims; To the Friends of the Deaf; Conversation Practice; How to Use Stories; The Study of the Movements; Vowels; Consonants; Word Practice; Sentence Practice; Mirror Practice; and more.