Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1926 Page: 18
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work. Text: LaRue, The Child's Mind and the Common
243.-Elementary Educational Measurements. A consideration
of the. development and use of standard tests and scales in
the measurement of schoolroom instruction for the elementary
grades. Texts: Monroe, Measuring the Results of Teaching;
Hines, A Guide to Educational Measurements.
393.-Advanced Child Psychology. A study of the psychological
basis of educational procedure; the predispositions of
children, conditions of improvement, the application of the laws
of learning to education. Text: Starch, Educational Psychology.
213.-Introduction to Religious Education. A study of the
principles underlying religious education; administration of the
Bible school, grading pupils, course of instruction, officers, supervision
and training of teachers, equipment, etc.
IX. DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE.
115.-Beginners' Course. Reading, conversation, grammar.
Correct pronunciation insisted upon from the first. The vocabularies,
idioms, and gramatical principles are fixed in the memory
by intensive use of Spanish conversation; this causes the student
to acquire a living language, not a mere book-language. The
class will read such short stories, novels, and plays, as best show
forth Spanish and Spanish-American life, customs, and ideals.
Each student will be required to, read during the year at least one
book from the Library on these customs, manners, and ideals,
as collateral reading.
125.-Continuation of 115.
135.-Continuation of 125.
225.-Spanish Masterpieces. Study of the best Spanish
drama, novels, poetry. Spanish composition and oral reproduction
in Spanish. Conducted chiefly in Spanish.
Prerequisites for 300 courses, Spanish 215, 225, or 235.
313.-Cervantes and other prose writers of the Golden Age.
362.-Teachers' Course. The Spanish language, its origins
and developments. Readings of Old Spanish selections such as
Ford's Old Spanish Readings.
Other courses in Spanish or courses in French or German
will be given if there is sufficient demand for them. Courses
in Latin may also be given.
A~BILENE CHRIBSTIAN COLOILEGEL;
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