Medina High School - Mirror Yearbook (Medina, NY)

 - Class of 1946

Page 13 of 78

 

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Accuracy MATHEMATICS In elementary and advanced math, accuracy is stressed. Through problems and exercises based on true-to-life questions and on formulas connected with new scientific discoveries, the student is given the opportunity to improve his accuracy and increase his speed in solving problems. The usual method employed in the math classes is explanation of new work, followed by class work on the lesson at hand with in- dividual help by the teacher for those needing it. Previous work is continually reviewed through daily quizzes. Typing copy for the H. S. News" is the weekly job of the secretarial practice class. l l Laura G. King Melvin H. Miller A.B. g A.M. jzmior High Mrzfbezmzlirr Sfbrml Alrlfflffllcllffi Students who plan to enter the field of engineering, science, or aviation as their life work discover that these occupations depend on math. In order to meet the needs of students preparing for these fields of work, elementary and intermediate algebra, plane and solid geometry and trigonometry are offered. The study of mathematical instruments is offered in the Math Club. A new feature in elementary math was the use of mimeographed units of work. In trigonometry class, prospective engineers study the transit. In the Business Department the characteristic of self-reliance is developed through activities in and out of the classroom. For example girls in secretarial practice classes served as secre taries to various teachers and in the school ofiice, thus gaining actual experience working as stenographers. Students in retailing classes worked in local stores for a minimum of fifteen hours a week for which they received one unit of school credit. Jie. Laura Engelson Olga L. Hinckley Ralph W Wilt A.B.g M.A. B.S. B S Bu.ri11e.r.v Snbjerfr Guidrwre Bufifzefs Subject: Remilizzg The informal method of teaching is mod ernized by the use of the latest systems in teaching shorthand and typing. More emphasis is placed upon skill to meet post-war competi tion. Several projects have been carried out in the business department this year. The retailing A classes arranged an Easter display in the show case in the lower front hall. Members of the Commercial Club visited local ofhces and in dustries. A new feature introduced in the typing classes was the awarding of certihcates of merit to students with fewer than fixe mis takes on a speed drill. COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS Self-Reliance 9

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