Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1924-1925 Page: 67
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
113 (f)-Introduction to Religious Education. A study of
principles underlying Christian education; demonstration of the
Bible school, grading pupils, course of instruction, officers, supervision
and training teachers, equipment, etc.
213 (s)-The Adolescent. A course dealing with the facts
and principles of physical, mental, moral and religious development
throughout the period of adolescence.
233 (f)-Offered in 1925-26. Principles of Religious Education.
An interpretation of the problem of education as it applies
to training in the Christian religion.
253 (w)-Elementary Methods. A course in which an attempt
is made to fit the instruction to be given in the church
school to the needs and capacity of the elementary child.
303 (f)--How to Teach. A course having to do with the application
of the principles of education in teaching in the weekday
303A (w)-Continuation of the above course.
303B (s)-Continuation of the above course.
323 (w)-Offered in 1925-26. Religious Education in the
Family. A program of religious instruction under the supervision
of the parents from earliest childhood through adolescence.
362 (w)--Present Day Problems in Religious Education. The
newer movements will be taken up and discussed. Special attention
will be given to the discussion of the church school.
X. DEPARTMENT OF HOME ECONOMICS.
113.-Clothing. This course deals with the fundamentals of
plain and machine sewing, the operation and care of the machine
and attachments. It deals with the use of commercial patterns.
The students plan to make under garments, and a simple dress.
Lecture and recitation one hour, laboratory six hours per week.
123.-Clothing-A continuation of course 113.
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