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Keeps Cln Typing
The business education department offers accounting,
business law, general business and typing.
Accounting is available to juniors and seniors for one
semester. lt is a valuable subject to acquaint the student with a
basic understanding of the bookkeeping cycle. lt also
familiarizes the student with data processing terminology.
Business law was offered for one semester to juniors and
seniors. This course was taught to help the student live in the
everyday world, and to learn his rights and obligations.
General business for freshmen and sophomores, was a
basic business course that aimed to further an understanding
of our business system. lt stressed the importance of money
and banking, credit, savings and insurance, in addition to other
economic aspects of our society.
Typing could be taken by sophomores, juniors and seniors in
any of three ways that fitted into their schedule: a one-
semester plan, a two-semester plan and a new shop sequence
course of nine weeks, four times a year. This broad program of
typing enabled all students to avail themselves with this
ln the near future a new course will be offered, consumer
lpersonall finance. This course will be a new Oregon
graduation requirement for the class of 1978.
ABOVE: The typing class learns the different keys of a typewriter from Mrs
Hamilton, UPPER RIGHT: Steve St. Clair works on his assignment in typing.
LOWER RIGHT: Mrs. Tonsfelt talks to her business law class. FAR RIGHT:
Larry Christensen, Jim Kelley, and Ken Nelson look at their copy while typing
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For over fifty years the Benson Educational Media Library
has provided students, teachers and others with one of the
Nation's outstanding collections of technical educational
Students who completed the credit course in
EDUCATIONAL lVlEDlA TECHNOLOGY may have expected to
learn: actual production of TV-video programs, microfilm and
microfiche, books and pamphlets, audio recordings, technical
filmstrips and motion pictures, the care and adjustment of
educational media equipment, and the techniques of media
retrieval and systems of information storage.
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