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Speech was one of the many
electives that erghth graders at
fPl.Jl-l had the option to take Mrs
llignttle our speech teacher got very
tnyolved wrth her work There were
two, different speech courses e- the
semester class and the full year
class The Semester class per
formed many different krnds of
speeches such as Introduction
demonstratron and persuaslve
They also made u p thear own com-
rmercrals and sales talks Durmg sec-
ondquarter the classes malnly
worked wlth drama t pantomrme
and tdrtterent plays Duong thrrd
fclufartter the students aiso learned
about stage presence The ad
yanced class learned about Parlra
mehtary procedure debate and
citations. l lt s rmportant an these
classes to acoomplrsh ay feelmg of
jselit esteem t and self confrdence an
torrent ofa group said Mrs Lrttle
yrgTrfsg2Students especralty DeNe1l Gary
really jengoyed therryspeeoh class
DeNell l took thas class be
geause 1 wanted the acting part and I
ttroughtrlt woutd be alot oflfun.
class also teaches melhow
to speak an publlc wltha sense of
intelligence and contldence One
yeffE3eNerll srgoals was to learn how
its-speak effectnvety amongst the
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faettng career ID the future here s
some advrce from Mrs Lrttle Be
sore you take as many classes as
'passable an hugh school audrtlon alot
for parts and learn how to dance
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Page 21 text:
K . A
Typlng wlthout glanctng at the keys IS trylng for Steve
ln the typtng classes at Pleasant
Lea Juntor l-hgh students were try
ang hard to accomplrsh goals whtch
they set for themselves earlter rn the
year Mrs Bowles our typtng teach
er at PLJH hoped that her students
had learned as much as posstble ln
the buszness world and had learned
to type accurately and qurckly Mrs
Bowles sand that approxrmately
8096 of all robs offered today tn
volve typlng skulls
Mark Bruno a student rn the ad
vanced typrng class sard l hope an
the future to be rn the bustness
world and rt as necessary to know
how to type well Mark also sand
that he enjoyed hrs typrng class be
cause Mrs Bowles was a great
There were two typtng courses of
tered at PLJH tor the etghth grade
level The full year class produced
the school newspaper and learned
about typtng and computers The
semester class learned the basrc
skulls for typrng By Emrly Akers and
Home Economtcs was a class
that many students enjoyed Mrs
Brlggs taught Home Ec t and Ms
Bard taught Home Ec ll The classes
were comprehenslve and taught a
wrde vartety of subjects tn home
maktng Some of the dttterent unrts
tncluded foods clothlng chrld care
groomrng, and personal care
l took thus class to learn mo e
about myself and also to learn how
to cook commented Amanda
Whrte Amanda entoyed thus class
because she was able to make more
trrends wrthnn her class
Mrs Brugge hoped that her stu
dents had become more mature,
more independent, and developed
good homemaking skills.
f Q ,WW
7 Mrs Mary Ann
Home Economlcs students enjoy a guest speaker
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