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Top, left to rignt: J. McDonald, J. Wojtowicz. Bottom, left to right; T. Kasprzak, J. Milano, M. Hogan, L. Warner, K. Prudhomme. Phvsiologv — the kev to better living The physiology classes are open to all students in order that they may learn the structure and composition of the human body. This course proves very helpful as a pre¬ paration for those wishing to enter nurses’ training, medical school, or work toward a degree in dietetics or home economics. For others who do not intend to go into a special field, physiology safeguards their health and enlightens them in regard to their various problems in school and home. General Science — the discoverer of general truths A broad outlook on the fields of science are presented to the student who takes Gen¬ eral Science. It acquaints one with the funda¬ mental principles of biology, physiology, physics, and chemistry. Along with the ex¬ planation of many everyday happenings to which we pay little attention, the answers to. Page 78 why the light shines from a bulb when we turn on the switch, or why there are leaves on trees are obtained. Each year students of this course partici¬ pate in the Toledo Area Science Fair at Toledo University, Bowling Green State Uni¬ versity and Ohio University, Columbus.
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D. Maas, S. Ehrbright, D. Mioduszewski. Chemistry—the bond of the space age Ionization, chemical bonding, crystalliza¬ tion, oxidation, and colloidal suspensions are only a few of the many varied topics studied in our Chemistry Department. Students have a choice of two different chemistry courses: CBA and traditional. The Chemical Bond Approach, introduced just three years ago, deals with the ability to predict whether or not a reaction will take place by the knowledge of chemical bonding. The traditional course, however, deals with the basic fundamentals of chemistry. Laboratory sessions, consisting of experi¬ mental work, are held twice a week for two periods, while the rest of the week is spent in lecture and discussion. Because of the highly scientific world we live in today, all future citizens and leaders need a basic knowledge of chemistry. At Central this is more than accomplished. Page 77
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C. Knack, L. Kurinko, J. Oleksiak. Biolo ofv—the science of life In the Biology class the world of Anthro- pods, Mammals, Protozoa, and Spermato- phytes are explored by the student in various ways. Besides the frequent references to the text, the students obtain their knowledge by experimenting in lab with real specimens which they gather themselves whenever pos¬ sible. The collecting of leaves, the bisecting of animals, the planting of seeds, give the pupils an opportunity of studying living things. The use of the microscope in checking on the smallest living organisms provides an incentive for further study in this scientific field. Physical Science — the science In secondary schools, today, there is an increasing demand for a science course that shows the interdependence of physics, chem¬ istry, geology, meteorology, and astronomy, and presents the material as a unified whole. of sciences This year a new science course called Physical Science, which offers to the students an opportuninty to fulfill this demand, was added to the Science Department. Page 79
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