The first consists of a list of words, each on a separate card, with the tonic accent marked.
Even in words of two syllables the tonic accent must be strongly perceived in the first syllable.
The Greek accents on Hebrew words always accord, as Hebraists know, with the tonic accent in that language.
In fact, we have seen that, as the child reads, it is his discovery of the tonic accent that brings him to recognize the word.
Eventually he discovers the tonic accent of the word, which is then immediately identified.
Note that the tonic accent in French falls always on the last pronounced syllable.