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Latin II students are learning fundamentals of sentence struc- ture. eiier Gomman cahon Knowing well two languages, one ' s native lan- guage and a second or foreign language is known as being bi-lingual. To do our part towards world communications, we should strive to be bi-lingual and if at all possible tri- lingual. Becoming bi-lingual affords a new vantage point which permits an appraisal and comparison of the native culture, language and literature with that of the foreign language. Like an astronomer measuring the stars or a mariner plotting his course, the person proficient in two languages has two points rather than one from which to calculate the achievements of humanity and from which to contemplate the problems of the world. Thus can society add to the pools of potential that serve our national needs in the economic, the mili- tary, the diplomatic, the spiritual and the academic worlds, by ability to communicate one with another. orei n iDan ua e or Mrs. JuliaM. Bundy, the French teacher, and Mr. Mal- colm Doubles, the Latin teacher, test " les econteurs. " C--V French III students participate in response drills. 26
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QIn cfersi an c in a Although Shakespeare ' s MACBETH is not easy to understand, Seniors recall the theme, " To be too ambitious can lead to disaster. " The secondary school English teacher es- tablishes a program developing the many separate skills involved in reading growth. Constant atten- tion to vocabulary building, comprehension de- vices and pre-reading ' ' hints” are integrated in a program to improve reading skills and literature appreciation for each student. This program should challenge the strong. Stories and plays give insight into the com- mon problems. They lead one to see the familiar in a new light — a quiet scene in nature or a cas- ual meeting of people. Poetry has been treasured by people of all countries, and story telling poems and some of the brightest gems in the literature treasures. Grammar provides the terminology with which one learns to discuss languageproblems; a know- ledge of grammar is part of the equipment of an educated person. Finally English expresses our search for the good life and sustains our faith that we can achieve it. Mrs. Adams ' students are striving to become proficient spellers. 25
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Mr. Earl Bryant, Mr. Paul Helvey, Mrs. Lucy Gilmer, and Mrs. Alma Buckles are exploring aides for social studies. We do not study American History and World History " only to learn the facts”; but we study history for the sake of the light it can shed upon the problems of our times. Students are led to an understanding and appre- ciation of the cultures of peoples in other lands, and also to build desirable values that will provide a basis for their judgements as citizens in a democracy. Various methods are used to add to the information given in the regular history books used in the courses; such as historical novels and pictures from the town library that describe vividly a period in the past. His- tory in our school is used to help the student build and broaden his own point of view, and his own outlook on the world. Mrs. Alma Buckles ' world history class is studying geographic conditions of European countries. Mr. Earl Bryant lectures his geography class on South America. 27
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