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ENGLISH SPEECH AND LANGUAGE
MARY MC CALLUM
MADE LINE KERNS
One effect Sputnlk and the extension of our world's boundaries 1nto
out er space has had on English as such is to make the publlc more aware
of the need for better communlcatlon It has long been and will contlnue
to be the goal of the Engl1sh teacher to develop effectlve communication
sk1l1s in the student through the teaching of readlng speaklng llstenmg
and writxng To promote these larger obJect1ves we stress through drlll
the fundamentals correct spellmg usage structure punctuatlon capi
tallzatxon and penmanshlp
We further strxve to develop d1SCI'lII11Il8t1l'lg taste m the use of mass
c om mumcatxon media by crit1cal analysls and study of magazxnes news
pap ers books radlo, telev1s1on movies and plays In conJunct1on w1th
thls goal the department has sponsored several trmps to h1t plays thls
Through llterature we seek to teach an appreclatxon and understandmg
of the d1gn1ty of the 1nd1v1dual ln all ages and parts of the world and to
gulde the student 1n developmg worthwhlle personal values
Mrs M McCallum
The Foreign Language Department fits very well 1nto a future to be
shaped by Sputniks and Explorers As we go mto th1s era certainly the art
of communication IS most xmportant Our Foreign Language Department
feels that xt is adequately provldxng for these future needs
Inorder to encourage the daily use of the language IH conversation the
speakmg of English IS kept to a mlnimum ln class Through the use of the
tape recorder and phonograph students have an opportunity to hear native
speakers so that they w1l1 have the correct accent, pronunclatlon and enun
c lat ion In additlon the students come in contact with the heritage of the
countrywhose language they are studymg by learning their songs and folk
Dur lng the past few years the average young man graduate from our
hig h s c hool has found himself stationed IU a foreign land Certalnly his
stay ls enhanced in proportion to his ability to communlcate w1th the peo
ple among whom he is living
T h e de p a r t m e nt anticipates a growing emphasis on the mastery of
languages other than Englxsh and hopes that ln the near future our students
w1ll benefit from a four year study of forexgn languages
Miss C Brenon
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ALEX ARNUQ LORRAINE LEWIS
MATH AND SCIENCE
The Math Department aids the student ln
his educational growth by providing hlm with
the opportunity to learn and develop the cer
tain m a t h ematlcal skills, techniques, and
processes found in arithmetic, algebra geo
metry andtrigonometry to have the student
r e all z e th e u sefulness of mathematics ln
everyday llving and to point out the many oc
cupations available to today's hxgh school gra
duates that require competence ln mathema
tical skills at various degrees
It is our hope that the student who gra
duates from Fitzgerald will have a sufficxent
background in mathematics so that he will be
properlypreparedto obtalna good Job or con
tlnue his education wlthafeellng of confidence
in his mathematical skills Jobs today are
b e g l nn l n g to demand more skills from the
worker ln the fields of mathematics and sci
ence To meet this demand we are offering
an accelerated program in math and science
whlchwi l allow the above average student to
le arn and develop even more skills in these
We hope that this curriculum will do much
toward meeting the challenge of this science
R AYMOND DEDO
lst row, l tor , A
Noble, C Boggie, J
Hobbs 2ndrow,l tor ,
T Spencer, C Spencer 5
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