Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 55
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
reports and much outside reading will be required. Leonard and
Gertrude, Pestalozzi. Emile, Rosseau. History of Modern Elementary
242A.-Meets three times a week. Instructions in marching
calesthenics and floor exercises, Indian clubs, etc.
242B.-Meets three times a week. Continuation of 242A.
242C.-Meets three times a week. Continuation of 242 B.
Folk games of England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Sweden, Norway
and Hungary will also be studied.
243.-(w)-Elementary Educational Measurements. See
253.-Child Psychology. (See Psychology 253.)
293.-Advanced Child Psychology. (See Psychology 333.)
325.-Teaching of Geography in Elementary Schools. Same
as Geography 325.
(c) For Secondary Teacher Training.
112.-Secondary Education. An introductory course having
to do with principles and methods in the field of Secondary Education.
Special attention will be given to methods of teaching
high school subjects. Text: Mills, The Teaching of High School
113.-Principles of Secondary Education. This course deals
practically with the organization, management and control of
high schools. Methods of instruction in high school will be considered
to some extent. Text: Principles of Teaching in Sec.
ondary Education, Foster.
235.-Methods in High Schools. An advanced course in high
school teaching. Relatively more attention will be given in this
course to those general principles upon which good high school
teaching is based than to particular methods.
312.-Teaching High School French. Same as French 312.
322.-Teaching High School French. Same as French 322.
333.-Teaching High School Sociology. Same as Sociology
335.-Teaching High School Geography. Same as Geography
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