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Page 81 text:
Detailed Courses Cloud
Minds Cf History Buffs
Appellations of people and
places both famous and unfamiliar
invaded the minds of seniors in
western civilization. Affects of
manifold rulers, wars, and social
changes were grasped in full per-
spective. Covering the same
Films, an enjoyable medium of
knowledge, are used by the Travel Club.
Susan Driver and Brenda Roof show one.
Sneaking a peek at democracy class re
veals some interesting and varied
methods of individual study.
Distributing the necesary books for his
class, Mr. Coker performs the task effi-
material, world history took a lex
detailed route. From prehistoric
days to modern wars the narrative
of man was unfolded.
Freshmen taking citizenship
obsenfed the governmental system
while studying national and local
Travel Club members were
familiarized with faraway people
and places around the world
through films and oral reports.
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Colorful, explicit maps aid Mr. Coker in
conveying the routes of Marco Polo to
his world history class.
After viewing filmstrips pertaining to
Western Civ, Mike Spence and Lou Lang
rewind and pack the film for shipping.
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Conlroct Teaching Employed
Combined into a one-year
course were psychology and soci-
ology, each previously nine-month
subjects. Psychology was instructed
first semester, conducted experi-
mentally under contract teaching
during the first weeks. To obtain an
34 ', students were required to com-
plete extra assignments and reports
in addition to the regular work.
In November, three bus-loads
totaling one hundred and fifty stu-
dents visited the S.C. State Hospi-
tal. Lasting approximately three
hours, the tour allowed psychology
novices to obtain a first hand view
of conditions around the mentally
Experiments, such as mental
telepathy and trial and error learn-
ing, were performed frequently to
assist the educational process.
For those students interested
in furthering Christianity, the
Agape Club supplemented the or-
ganizations of previous years. Guest
speakers delved into controversial
subjects, encouraging student re-
Pointing an admonishing finger at mem-
bers of the Agape Club, this speaker tells
them of hardships he has faced.
Unforeseen visitations such as those of
the principal, do not seem to disturb this
family living class discussion
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