To Know Oneself and to Control Oneself
(An Exploratory Draft Programme)
Classes I and II
I. Stories and plays to illustrate the following themes:
1. The ideal of truth:
To speak the truth, whatever the consequences.
2. Aspiration for perfection:
whatever you do, do it as perfectly as you can.
3. Dreams of the new world:
Where truth alone prevails, where beauty and goodness pervade.
II. Special exhibitions on the above themes.
III. Teachers may recommend the following exercises and help each child to practise them:
1. Exercises in remembering and repeating noble aspirations and thoughts.
2. Exercises in observation and accurate description (leaves, plants, flowers, minerals, scenes, animals, figures, human body, artistic pictures, musical pieces, buildings, objects, events).