Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1924-1925 Page: 55
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
123.-Winter term. A continuation of 113. Study of vocal
mechanism, and of the organs of speech. Pronunciation, enunciation
and articulation. Study of English sounds, vowels and
133.-Spring term. Vocal training. Placing of the voice.
Inflection, force, rate, volume, and flexibility. Extempore and
235.-Argumentation. A study of the principles of logic and
reasoning. Cultivation of ability in analytical thinking. Briefing
245.-Debate. A continuation of 235. Training in the detection
of fallacies in popular argument. Team competition.
353.-Oratory. An intensive study of the various forms of
public address. Practice before public audiences.
V. DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY, ECONOMICS, AND
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCE.
113.-History of Modern Europe from 1500-1815. This
course deals with the important political, economic, and social
achievements of this period. Text: Robinson and Beard, Development
of Modern Europe, Vol. I. Fall quarter.
123.-Modern Europe from 1815-1924. This is a continuation
of Hist. 113. This course treats of the Congress of Vienna,
the industrial revolution, the development of German and Italian
unities, the intellectual achievements of the nineteenth century,
modern social problems, imperialism in Africa and in the Orient,
and the World War. Text: Robinson and Beard, Development
of Modern Europe, Vol. II. Winter quarter.
135.-The British Empire. This course is a study of English
explorations and colonies, relations with France and America,
industrial revolution, political and social reforms, the new imperialism,
the self-governing colonies, and the World War.
Text: Robinson, The Development of the British Empire. Spring
143.-American History. This course is a study of the Indian
civilization and the development of our country from the
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