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Glenville State Teachers
College, A.B.: West Vir-
ginia University. M.S.
x 6-g T
Ricky Bushy, and Fred Stresau in physics class.
Robert L. Gillette
B.S.7 University ot Ken-
Howard B. Leer
A.B.7 Purdue University
Lunik Put Future Scientists on Their Toes
Students who wish to continue taking science atter com-
pleting the required year ot biology may talce chemistry and
physics. General chemistry classes this year correspond to
last year's college prep classes. Advanced chemistry is de-
signed to challenge gitted pupils. An up-to-date lcit ot
instruments, worth 5200, tor measuring radioactivity has
been donated to the chemistry department by the Federal
Civil Detense Administration. Chemistry students use the
instruments in learning to detect radioactive taltout. A spe-
cial sicence assembly included a demonstration by otticials
trom the American Museum ot Atomic Energy in Oak Ridge.
A completely new program has been introduced through
the physics course this year. The Physical Science Study
Committee turnishes all equipment, boolcs, and tests. This
new program is based on practical application ot theories,
eliminating all memory worlc.
John C. Mathews Ellen G. Nelms Robert Prim
Physics Chemistry Chemistry
Chemistry Georgia State College Fairmont State Teachers
Emory University, B.S.: tor Women, B.S. College. A.B.
Dulce University M.Ed.
Making no bones about it, this biology class partici-
pates enthusiastically in class discussion.
. ' ' .
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Tifraiing an acid during his fiifh hour chemisiry class, Clark
Conglefon seems engrossed in his work.
"Oh, do l have io?" moans Edirh Liboiie as her bi-
ology class prepares 'lo bisecf "pickled" crawfish.
Experimenfing wifh refraciion are Dave Thompson
Sputnik, utnik, and
"AHen'rion, World!" When +he Russians senr aloir Jrheir
earih saielliie, Spuinik, The world did sir up and lake noiice.
This revolurionary lilnlle ball oi insirumenis helped bring
aboui an unparalleled emphasis on science. Educaiors every-
where now see ihe need for advanced science courses in
schools. Much has already been done in our schools lo meei
l'he challenge of modern socieiy To produce minds able io
cope wirh iis complex problems.
Fi. Lauderdale High is doing iis pari io siep up science
educaiion and io encourage more siudenls +o rake science
courses, ln 'rhe biology seciion, Jrhe advanced classes place
more emphasis on deiail. Siress is placed on ihe planr and
animal kingdoms and Jrheir relaiionship io man. These classes
sludy exiensively ihe siruciure oi ihe human body and
la+es'r research discoveries in +he field oi medicine. Exira
reading, noiebooks, proiecis, and research papers are among
Jrhe reguiremenis in advanced biology.
Yale Universify. BA.
Blanche Baza nos
Georgia Sfaie College,
Roberf C. Beale
Temple Universiiy, B.S.
lla Mae Bryani
Florida Siare College
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Music, hamburgers, everyThing as in America," exclaimed Ahmid Mowlana, visiTing iournalisT Trom Tehran, lran, as he describes The
likes OT Teenagers in his counTry To The journalism sTudenTs, in a Talk which included many oTher inTeresTing Things abouT himselT
and his counTry.
Students 'Ponder Wealq and Weary, Over
"Why is English a required course?" gripes The
average high school sTudenT. WhaT he doesn'T re-
alize is +ha+ English is The mosT imporTanT subiecT
he Takes. The abiliTy To express his ideas clearly is
a skill ThaT will come in handy ThroughouT his life.
Being able To read, speak, and wriTe English eTTec-
Tively is necessary in every course oTTered in any
school. lT makes communicaTion possible. To be a
success in any Tield requires a basic knowledge OT
The English deparTmenT here aT Lauderdale High
School includes a varieTy OT courses. These oTTer
The basic TundamenTals and applicaTions OT The
wriTTen and spoken Torms oT The language.
Sophomore English emphasizes The diTTerenT Torms
OT liTeraTure wiTh deTailed concenTraTion on The
shorT sTory. The TenTh graders also receive an in-
TroducTion To Shakespeare's wriTings as They sTudy
his greaT play "Julius Caesar."
ln The iunior year, English includes a review OT
grammar and a Thorough course in The develop-
menT OT American liTeraTure. Some classes use a
special word book TO improve Their vocabulary Tor
College Boards and NaTional MeriT Exams.
English I2 concenTraTes on The origin and evolu-
Tion OT English liTeraTure. Seniors Trace The gradual
TormaTion OT The English Tongue Through prose and
poeTry. This pasT year, Mrs. Spencer's TirsT hour
class Took on as a proiecT The producTion OT Shake-
speare's "lv1acbeTh." The play was presenTed aT a
special English assembly.
ln addiTion To These basic English courses, The
school oTTers Business English, which is especially
designed Tor sTudenTs who are planning To aTTend
business school when They graduaTe.
The division OT English classes inTo regular and
advanced secTions is an innovaTion This year. Ad-
vanced sTudenTs are required To read books on a
high vocabulary level. Classics are required reading.
The qualiTy OT work, noT The quanTiTy, is sTepped up
Tor advanced sTudenTs. They are given increased
oppOrTuniTy To express originaliTy and iniTiaTive in a
varieTy OT ways.
Speech and Journalism come under The English
deparTmenT's iurisdicTion. Journalism Teaches news-
paper wriTing and managemenT. Speech deals wiTh
spoken English. STudenTs learn To Talk beTOre a
group. Speech ll is a course in drama.
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