Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1926 Page: 19
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The work of the academy is planned to correspond with that
of the best high schools. Certificates of graduation are conferred
upon the completion of this work. But entrance into college
is the chief objective. In the summer session special attention
is given to those students who are preparing for entrance
into college this fall.
OUTLINE OF COURSES
Bible 2. The life of Christ is studied from the four gospels
in chronological order.
Bible 4. Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy,
Joshua, Judges, Ruth, and Job.
English 2. Payne's Learn to Spell, Kittredge and Farley's
Advanced English Grammar, and Herrick and Damon's Rhetoric.
English 4. Payne's Learn to Spell. Long's English Literature.
Class room study of classics. Weekly themes. Magazine
reading. Memory work. Parallel reading.
History 3. (a) American History. (b) Civics.
2.-Algebra. This course is a continuation of Algebra I.
Stress will be laid upon equations and radicals. Solution of
equations by graphs will receive a great deal of attention. Text:
Wentworth's New School Algebra.
3.-Plane Geometry. The solution of exercises and originals
will constitute a large part of the course. A note book will be
required. Text: Wentworth & Smith, Plane Geometry.
4.-Commercial Arithmetic. In this course stress is laid on
drill in fundamentals in order to make it as practical as possible.
Text: Sutton and Lemmes, Brief Business Arithmetic.
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