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Page 15 text:
The Language Department of Hanna High consists of a
second-year Latin course and a three-year French course.
Under Miss Elizabeth McCown's instruction, the Latin stu-
dents study, not only the language of ancient Rome, but also
Roman civilization. Recordings are used to improve the stu-
dents' pronunciationg filmstrips, projects. and parallel further
their knowledge of human culture,
The French courses, taught by Mrs. Carl Epting and Mrs.
Gene Metz, stress aural-oral method of learning foreign lan-
guage. The aural-oral method is based upon the natural process
of language learning-hearing hrst, then speaking, then later
reading and writing. To implement the process of hearing and
speaking French extensive use is made of tapes and records
so that the students will be exposed, not only to the teachers
pronunciation, but also to that of native Frenchmen. A different
series of films is presented each year in order to enrich the stu-
dents in French traditions, history, culture, and geography.
Miss Elizabeth McCown: Latin, English, Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor . . . Mrs
Elisabeth Epting, French, Sponsor Societe Honoraire de Frangais . . . Mrs
Mary Metz: French, English, Sponsor Le Ccrcle Frangais, TIDINGS
Miss Betty Callaham: History, Government, Psychology, Advisor to HANNASGALS,
International Relations Club Sponsor . . . Mrs. Ruby Grant: History, Psycholofxy,
Sponsor Artist League, Junior Class Counselor, International Relations Club Sponsor
. . . Mrs. Louise Rankin: History, Personal Typing, Retailing, Sponsor International
Relations Club, D. E. Club Sponsor . . . Miss Emma Cunningham: History, Govern-
ment, International Relations Club Sponsor.
The Social Studies Department of Hanna
High offers five courses: World History,
United States History, Geography, United
States Government, and Psychology.
World History, open to sophomores, is a
study of the great civilizations of the world.
United States History, usually taken by
Juniors. is a required subject at Hanna High.
United States Government. which is re-
quired of Seniors, is a study of our nation's
administrative system. It may also be classi-
Q'L'T , . . .
fied as a course in citizenship.
Psychology, the science of human be-
havior, gives us a basic knowledge of how
to achieve a sound, wholesome, mature life.
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MR. HIRAM W. SANDLIN
Hanna High School
Mr. Hubbard: Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Senior Science . . . Miss Major: Biology . . . Mrs.
Huey: Biology, Sophomore Class Sponsor.
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MRS. VIVIAN MORRIS
Secretary to the Principal
Hanna High School
The Science Department of Hanna High
serves every group of students, regardless of
their future plans. Biology is enjoyed by every
student in the tenth grade. Chemistry is an
elective open to juniors and Seniors, and is
primarily for college preparatory students and
future nurses. Physics is a Senior elective for
college preparatory students. Our newest course,
Senior Science, is a general education elective
course. The several courses combine laboratory
work with lectures so that students may apply
the ideas they have studied.
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Long before Sputnik a strong mathematics
department was considered vital at Hanna
High. College preparatory students are urged
to take Algebra ll, Plane Geometry, and Senior
Algebra and Trigonometry. Commercial stu-
dents usually take Applied Mathematics, Con-
sumer Living, and Advanced Business Arith-
metic. At least two units of mathematics are
required for graduation.
A new mathematics course-Advanced Al-
gebra-will be offered beginning 1960.
Miss Gladys Cromer: Algebra, Geometry, Dramatics Club Sponsor . . . Miss Faye Jenkins:
AlgebrafTrigonometry, Geometry, Sponsor Allied Youth . . . Mrs. Nancy Hensley: Algebra,
Practical Mathematics, Geometry . . . Miss Elizabeth Jones: General Mathematics, Advanced
Business Mathematics, Practical Mathematics.
THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
The English Department of Hanna High seeks, not only to teach a
basic knowledge of English, but also to arouse the interest and apprecia-
tion of the student for our native tongue. There are various supplemen-
tary devises to aid teachers in their presentation of the courses. The
student has an opportunity to hear Macbetb, AIIHKOIZE, and other poetic
and dramatic selections read by well-qualified speakers. Records for
vocabulary development are also extensively used. For the girl who
desires extra help or needs practice in addition to classwork, drill work-
books are kept in supply.
Out faculty recognizes that creative work is necessary to offer the
student a well-rounded, balanced English course. Creative writing is en-
couraged by many and varied contests, and lucrative rewards add special
attraction to the competition. The S. C. High School Literary Yearbook
and the National Poetry Association also encourage youthful literary
Mrs. Young: English, U. S. History, International Relations Club
Sponsor . . . Mrs. Cobb: English, Art Appreciation.
Miss Ruth Boggs: English . . . Miss Elizabeth Richardson: Librarian, Library
Assistants Club Sponsor.
Miss Marietta McCown: English, Algebraffrigonometry, Senior Class Sponsor,
Senior Class Counselor, Business Editor of TIDINGS, Sponsor of Quill and
Scroll . . . Miss Margaret Hood: Enfzlish, Chief Counselor, Sophomore Coun-
selor, Advisor of Student Council, Sponsor National Honor Society.
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