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V. Anderson R. Brauch L. Campbell E. Conrad C. Ehlers English (ing ' glish) 1. The official language of the people of Great Britain and the United States. The English department has set new graduation requirements for the class of ' 82. This year ' s sophomores must pass special required English classes which are designed to teach basic grammar, writing, speaking, and classroom participation skills important for success in any course. After completion of the required courses, any student who cannot pass an English speech proficiency test must take sup¬ plemental English skills classes. Students who pass the proficiency test are free to take elective English classes during their junior and senior years. Other new poli¬ cies include 4 years of English required for graduation and a sophomore early plan¬ ning program for junior and senior English electives. Mrs. Jones analyzes Sandy Palmer ' s work. Mr. Oestreich critiques a new movie for his class. A. Milton C. Oestreich 66 Academics
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Art (art), Music (myoo ' zik), and Foreign Languages (for ' in lan ' gwijes P. Schuck C. White D. Holcolmb R. Maurus Art (art) 1. The conscius use of skill, taste, and creative imagina tion in the production of aestheti c objects. Music (myBo ' zik) 1. Vocal or instrumental sounds having rhythm, melo dy, or harmony. Foreign Languages (for ' in lang ' gwijes) 1. Language other than one ' s native tongue. Beth Hanson listens attentively to Mr. Klatt ' s advice. Mr. Maurus picks up the tempo. Frau Bowman deciphers a puzzling German assignment. M. Bowman M. Herrera C. Tsagaris Missing: H. Soukup Academics 6
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