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Write the answers to the following questions, in full sentences:
What is the name of your school? On
 what street or road is it? Which side of the street? Between
what streets? In which direction does the building face?
PLAN OF SCHOOL GROUNDS
How many rooms has the building? In what part of the building is your room? How large is it? How
many doors and windows? How many seats?
In what direction is the school from your home? How far is it? How long does it take you to walk to
EXERCISES IN DRAWING PLANS
Draw a plan of the schoolroom on your slates. It cannot be drawn on your slates as large as it was
 on the board. So let one inch stand for ten feet, instead of for one foot; that is, use a
scale of one inch for every ten feet. Your plan will not be as large as mine, but it will show the
position of everything as correctly.
Draw a plan of the top of the teacher's table, showing two books and an inkstand upon it. First,
measure the sides. Then decide to what scale you will draw your plan.
Now draw a plan of the schoolhouse and grounds. You must measure not only the house, but the width
and length of the yard. The plan must show the size, shape, and place of everything upon the
grounds. (While drawing a plan of this kind, it is better to let the pupils face the north. The top
of the plan should be the north side of the grounds.)
Draw a plan of your own room at home, showing the table, bed, chairs, and other objects in it.
If the shape of a room is shown on the blackboard, what have we drawn? Is a plan the same as a
picture? What is the use of a plan? Mention some things of which plans can be drawn.