Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 61
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
of today; the aspect of geography; natural regions a basis of
teaching; human geography; problem and project methods
of study; maps, pictures, exercises, outlining; comparison of
present day geography texts. Special work in the Training School
Department. (Same as Ed. 325.)
335.-Teaching of High School Geography. This course will
emphasize the course of study, the aims, the methods of teaching,
and the results of teaching geography in High Schools. Special
opportunities are given in this course to observe the methods of
teaching in the geography work of the Academy. This course
will count also as Education. (Same as Ed. 335.)
345.-Business Geography. This course emphasizes the geographical
principles in business and business relations as evolved
among typical communities and stresses the business of the continents
with an intensive study of the business of the United
States and Canada. This course gives the student a survey of the
trade of the world and a knowledge of the business of the nations.
355.-Geography of the South. A course dealing with the
geologic history, the physiographic regions, climate, and natural
resources of the South. The influence of these factors upon the
social and economic conditions and the industrial activities of
the people of the South. A special study is made of Texas to find
out the various influences of the physiographic factors on the
human activities of the state's people and the possibilities for
365.-Geography of Europe. A study of the development
of the nations of Europe, emphasizing the influences of topography,
climate, coast lines, natural resources, and other factors,
geographic and non-geographic. The geographic influences of
the World War will be emphasized. The commercial and industrial
development is contrasted with that of the United States.
375.-Geography of North America. A study of the natural
regions of the continent, physiographic, climatic, industrial, and
the reaction of man to the geographic environment of each region.
Canada, Mexico, Alaska, and the United States will be
382A.-B. C. Geographic Problems. Each of these problems
is studied intensively by those students majoring in Geography
and by those who are planning to do some original work. Various
problems of geographic interest will be studied along lines of
individual study and research.
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