Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 54
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54 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
222C.-The Teaching of Art Appreciation. A course dealing
with the masterpieces and lives of the artists suited to each
of the grades and the best methods of teaching to appreciate the
best in art. Text: Stories Pictures Tell, Carpenter. Not open to
223A.-The Teaching of Music in the Primary Grades.
Topics: Outline for three years work; scale studies; oral dictation;
meter and rythm; music reading; metric dictation; tonal
dictation; intervals; syllables; song materials; rote songs; the
child-voice. Texts: Complete Manual for Teachers, Dann. Progressive
Music Series Teachers' Manual, Vol. 1.
223B.-The Teaching of Music in the Elementary Grades.
Prerequisite: Ed. 223A. Topics: Tone production; sequentials;
dictation; dotted beat-note; original melodies; scales; written
lessons; voice culture; sight reading; monthly outlines. Texts:
Complete Manual for Teachers, Dann; Progressive Music Series
Teachers' Manual, Vol. II.
223C.-The Teaching of Music Appreciation in the Grades.
Topics: Learning to listen; national music; history of music;
the orchestra; opera and oratorio; analysis of records. The
Victrola will be used extensively. Text: What We Hear in Music,
Faulkner. Not open to freshmen.
232.-The Teaching of Geography and History in the Grades.
Topics: Units and type studies; projects; problems. Practical
problems will be worked out during the course. Reports are
required of every student. Units and Type Studies by McMurry
will be used.
233.-The Teaching of Reading in the Grades. Topics: Oral
work; stories for each grade; method; exercises and lessons;
value of literature; use of masterpieces; class-room method;
illustrative lessons. A study of various reading texts will bemade.
A term paper is required. Text: Special Method in Reading
for the Grades, McMurry.
242.-The Teaching of Spelling and Writing.-A study of
the best methods with special reference to the Horn-Ashbaugh
method in spelling and the Palmer method in writing.
142.-Observation. A course in observation in the Training
School. Thirty-six hours of observation will be required. Written
reports. Texts: Maxwell, The Observations of Teaching.
Class limited to twenty.
245.-History of Modern Elementary Education. Special
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