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German — the diseipliiie developer R. Miller, R. Toeppe. Developing mental discipline and the ability to think and concentrate are the primary aims of German along with giving the student a greater appreciation of the German people and their contribution to world civilization. There are at present two years of German offered. The first puts the emphasis on listening and speaking skills along with drills on verb con¬ junctions, genders, and cases of nouns and sentence types. Original writing and dialogue memorization are begun in the second year. German culture is constantly woven into the content of speaking and reading lessons. Projects are also assigned to develop research skills, to increase knowledge of the culture of the people, and to create interest in the German fields. Some of these projects consist of map work and scrapbooks on German musicians, artists, the German school system, family life and the symbols in the coat of arms of various German states. E. Henzler, E. Kuchcinski, D. Dowling. Page 72
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Left to right: T. Schumacher, L. Mack, J. Cooper, J. Earl. Public Speaking—the orator’s guide The art of communication is very necessary to the well-being of civilized mankind. Perfection of this art is the primary endeavor of the students of the Public Speaking classes. It is an important attribute to be able to make your thoughts understood by others, and to convey your ideas intelligently. Not only that, but the ability to listen attentively and to draw sound conclusions from listening are attributes to be treasured. In this one semester course, under the direction of Mr. John Garn, seniors are given the opportunity to study the fundamentals of good speaking and how to avoid speech errors and defections. A. Kwapich Page 71
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French — the translator’s language Class Passes Papers M. Haladyna passes paper up to S. Baker. “Zitudiez-vous pas du tout? Au contraire j’etudie beaucoup.” This is one of the common phrases learned by the students at the beginning of the French course. The first two years are devoted to the learning of grammar and its application in translating gramma¬ tical paragraphs. These students also pursue the geography and history of French-speaking countries. Third year students enlarge their vocabulary especially in the declen¬ sion of verbs. Translating famous French literature is also a major undertaking by these avid admirers of French. Students are enabled to perfect their speech in the language by speaking into a tape recorder which when played back lets the student hear his own mistakes. He can then correct them readily. French is one of the most important languages since it is considered one of the universal languages in which many documents and literary works are written. Page 73
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