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Textbook of Printing Occupations (Classic Reprint)
by:Clifford Wilson Hague
With the growing demand, in the vocational and 4a public schools throughout the country, for the instructs tion in shop subjects based upon the analysis of the trade, there is the necessity for textbooks presenting classified material. It is with this end in view that the author has compiled this text on printing. Printing, which may well be termed a...
With the growing demand, in the vocational and 4a public schools throughout the country, for the instructs tion in shop subjects based upon the analysis of the trade, there is the necessity for textbooks presenting classified material. It is with this end in view that the author has compiled this text on printing. Printing, which may well be termed a specialized trade, offers unusual opportunity for blocking the operations into classified groups for the learner. This treatA ise, based upon extended trade experience, teaching experience, and the results of trade analysis, includes only the branches which are practical for school instruction, and standard equipment. The book contains little that is new in content, but rather the new organization of old material to cooperate with, and meet the qualifications for federal and state aid in schools. It is primarily a students textbook, and should be the most important tool in the hands of all part-time and full-time students learning the printing trade, or those taking this subject in pre-vocational classes. It may also be used as a reference book for instructors of printing as a guide for the proper sequence of presenting material to classes. The three major divisions, Composition, I mposition, and Platen Press Work, are so arranged as to treat each as a complete occupation independently of the others in part-time classes. Further, the separate groups within these divisions may be taken up, if necessary, disregarding sequence, after gaining a thorough knowledge of the general information preceding the groups. It is advisable, however, when the student is to learn the complete printing trade, to follow the given order of divisions and groups, so that his progress may be based upon the increasing difficulties with each succeeding group of operations. The exercises included with each group are typical of the trade op(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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