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Page 27 text:
A wide range of audio-visual aids equipment,
under the direction of Mr. Shapiro, is available to
supplement daily classroom lessons in all subjects. The
chief aids, effectively lending interest to studies, are
sound-motion picture projectors and films, Hlmstrips
and phonographs. Tape recorders are used in lan-
guage and speech classes. Four television sets are
available and may be used in any classroom. Arista
recently watched Mr. Sehlumph, chairman of the
Math Department, when he appeared on a State
Regents program. In addition to materials supplied
by the Board of Education, equipment donated by
the Parents Association of Andrew Jackson High
School is regularly used by various departments.
Mr. Shapiro is assisted by senior Leonard Druyan fleftj and
junior members of the Au-dio-Visual-Aids Squad.
Our role in world affairs is discussed by Mr. Vinitskyls history class.
HUMAN RELATIONS DRAMA WORKSHOP: First Epstein. Second Raw - Irwin Pisk, Kenneth Salsman,
Row - Hope Kennison, Shari Aber, Mary Woods, Rosa Elliot Glirkler, Howard Halyard, Stanley Shaw, Mitchell
Weiss, Aura Figueroa, Susan Altman, Mrs. Wigler Cad- Persons. Third Row - Robert Kamen, James Frost,
viserj, Ruth Leibowitz, Jayne Altsehuh, Dolores Gallo- Steven Samuel, Milton Forrest, Paul Schlosslrt-rg. Stephen
way, Beth Rosenberg, Susan Goldman, Carol Lewis, Ruth Kaplan.
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MRS. VERONICA MOONEY
DEPARTMENT CONFERENCE: Seated - Mrs. Sadie Mrs. Ruth Heekman. Standing Mr Herbert Katz
Yanuck, Mrs. Anne Siegal, Miss Shirley Fleming, Mrs. Mr. Richard Siewert, Mr. Dorah Kelleher Mr Abraham
Natalie Wigler, Mrs. Louise Grehan, Mrs. Jeannette Amery, Zelen, Mr. Milton Tropsky, Mr. Charles Heckman
MEMBERS OF THE SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT marking History Regents
'VI Ceor e Kaviar Mrs Phyllis Watson Mrs Isabelle Woolley, Mr. Sidney Vinitsky,
exams: i r. 1 g , - , - -
Mr. William Ross, Miss Joyce Denig, hir. Rlilton Greenbaum, Mr. Seymour Schneider, Mrs.
The Social Studies Department attempts to prepare us to become active parti
Chaifmfm cipants in our democracy. Wle are given an understanding of the world and the
people around us in courses in world geography, world history American history
and economics. A newly organized History 12 class concentrates on special politi-
cal, social and economic problems. Visual aids are used to supplement the usual
class recitations. In addition, outside sources of information, such as the Social
Security Agency, are tapped when their contribution can augment our over-all
knowledge of society.
The Human Relations Drama Workshop, in cooperation with the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews, promotes better inter-group relations within
the community through the presentation of short dramas depicting brotherhood
themes. At the end of each 'open-end' play, given in schools and community centers,
the audience has an opportunity through informal discussion to clarify its views on
various social problems and to suggest solutions.
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1456419 ' 4
MR. HARRY GOLDMAN
Mr. Goldman demonstrates to prove a law of physics.
PHYSICAL SCIENCE FACULTY: Seated-Mr. Wil-
liam Housman, Mrs, Dorothy Calderon, Mr. Harry Goldman
Miss Edith Calson, Mr. Irving Horowitz. Standing-Mr.
Miss Carson is about to illustrate a scientific principle.
Through courses in earth science,
physics and chemistry, the Physical
Science Department seeks to provide a
basis for understanding the impact of
modern science on society and to foster
a sound appreciation of scientific con-
cepts and principles. The advanced
chemistry course is designed to give
science-minded students a taste of the
content and principles dealt with at the
X college level. Non-Regent students are
offered special classes in applied chem-
istry and applied physics. Students who
wish to give service may join the Light-
ing and Amplication Squad or the in-
dividual chemistry or physics laboratory
Herman Schwarzenbach, Mr. Walter Ross, Mr. Thomas
Touhey, Mr. Fred Schering.
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