Instead of one word at a time, it suggested dictating or saying the words to the class in more of a combination using rhythm.
In another part of the book (page 71), it says "A musical tone and a swinging rhythm will increase the speed of learning on the same principle that a melody is learned more quickly than poetry, poetry more quickly them prose and a serial group more quickly than single words."
"is it any wonder that men set about making lines that would picture the sounds of speech--man's most valuable asset?
First they drew pictures, but that was too tedious; besides, we could not all draw pictures. Then they made letters, known as the longhand alphabet; but these are too slow and clumsy for speed of present-day business, so the single-stroke, symbolic alphabet, called shorthand, entered the race... You will enjoy this method of sound picturization; it will give you pleasure to learn the art of making these forms for yourself...
But the first thing I want you to do is to keep saying to yourself over and over again, "sound in pictures," "pictures of sound."