Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 56
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ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
343.-Teaching High School Latin. Same as Latin 343.
355.-Teaching High School Mathematics. Same as Mathematics
362.-Teaching High School Spanish. Same as Spanish 362.
363.-Teaching High School Latin. Same as Latin 363.
372.-Teaching High School Spanish. Same as Spanish 372.
382.-Teaching High School Spanish. Same as Spanish 382.
383.-Teaching High School English. Same as English 383.
313-A.-(f) High School Teaching. An advanced course
in high school methods. It deals with the nature and organization
of high school subject matter and the best methods of presenting
this to bring about the growth and development of the
313-B.-(w) Observation of Teaching. The course will consist
of the observance of teaching in the academy, the training
school and the Abilene Public Schools. Detailed reports must be
made of these and these reports will form a basis for class room
discussions. At least 36 clock hours of class room observation
will be required.
313-C.-Practice Teaching. At least 36 clock hours of actual
class room teaching will be required of each person who takes
this course. The teaching will be done in our own training school
and academy and will be under the direct oversight of competent
critic teachers and under the general supervision of the Department
III. DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH AND PUBLIC SPEAKING
113.-The purpose of this course and the two following
courses is to lead the student to a fuller and a freer self-expression.
Sentence and paragraph structure, punctuation, diction, and
spelling are carefully studied. Weekly and term themes are required.
Prescribed for freshmen. Text: Canby and others,
"English Composition in Theory and Practice." Scott and Zeitlin,
"College Reading in English Prose." Wooley, "The Mechanics
of Writing." Select Essays of Macauley.
123.-A continuation of English 113, dealing with exposition
and argumentation. Close study of best specimen. Weekly and
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