Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1920-1921 Page: 97
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the study and pointing out the demands in the field of religious education
today. Same as Education 372.
Two hours a week.
C. The position and work of the Christian in his community. It is
a study of the individual and the church; the individual and the social,
religious, educational, and other movements about him; the responsibility
of the individual Christian to the various movements of fields of
Christian activity. Positive suggestions are given as to how to develop
in country, village, or city needed reforms. Personal experience
is considered, and suggestions are made as to "team work" properly
to be encouraged. A definite ideal to be made the criterion will be
offered, and the vital and essential elements will be related in a practicable
fashion to the several problems that must be faced in real
situations. Same as Sociology 312.
Two hours a week; usually in last term. Credit: Two hours.
A, B, and C. This course is the same as Bible 343, 352, and 362.
The best manuals are read, and practice teaching lasts throughout
the whole year. Details of the work are considered in the winter term.
Christians here learn the most efficient ways of teaching the truth.
TWP hours a week; fall, winter, and spring. Credit: Six hours.
First Year-Sight Singing
A.-Fall Term: A study of Length of Tones, Clefs, Rest Lengths,
Keys, Scales, Beats or Musical Pulsations, Measures, Accents.
B.-Winter Term: A study of Pitch, Musical Notation, Voices,
Vocal Compass, Middle C, Voice Parts, The Musical Tie, The Hold
Unison, Sharps, Flats and their usage, Scales, Intervals, Key Tone,
Minor Scales and Keys, Transposition.
C.-Spring Term: A study of the Powers and Quality of Tone and
Music. With this course the student will be instructed in the art of
conducting choruses, and congregational singing.
Second Year-Harmony and Composition
D.-Fall Term: The study of Intervals, Common Chord and its
Positions, Formation of Simple Melodies, Dispersed Harmony Struc.
ture. of a Composition, Omission of Chord Tones, Inversion of the
v' *imon Chord.
E.-Winter Term: Study of the Dominant Seventh Chord, Its
Rsolutions and Inversions, Minor Chords of the Major Key, The
Diminished Chord, Sequence.
p.-Spring Term: Study of Passing Tones, Appoggiaturas, Suspensions,
Anticipations, Chords of the Ninth, Secondary Chords of the
Seventh, The Minor Key Modulation, Augmented Chord, Pedal Point,
The Chords of the Sixth and their Resolutions.
These courses amply equip one for writing Gospel Music and Songs.
SE1SSION OF 1920-'21
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Abilene Christian College. Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1920-1921, book, June 1920; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth45935/m1/99/: accessed August 16, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.