Tennessee Military Institute - Radiogram Yearbook (Sweetwater, TN)

 - Class of 1971

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ENGLISH IV: Principles and rules of usage, sentence structure, punctuation, and effective writing applied in various types of themes, culminating in a research paper of some length. Vocabulary develop- ment continued. English literature studied. A Shakespearean play and an English novel read in class, SPELLING AND PUBLIC SPEAKING All students in Tennessee Military Institute are required to study Spelling and to have practice in Public Speaking. Spelling classes are taught on Wednesday and Saturday of each week. The practice in Public Speaking is secured through oral reports on research work done in the Library in classes in English and His- tory. While these courses do not count as a unit toward a diploma, we regard them as very valuable in preparing our boys for their work following school days. MATHEMATICS Mental growth finds its beginning in the power to concentrate and to reason. A man's ability is determined by the extent to which these powers have been developed. The relation of the study of Mathematics to this growth and the mental discipline derived from a mastery of its principles justify the importance which we give this subject in our course. Every cadet in Tennessee Military Institute is required to study Mathematics, four full years' work being required in the course leading to Diploma "A". For Diploma "B", designed to satisfy the requirements of the less exacting colleges, this requirement is reduced to three years, two in Algebra and one in Geometry. For further information concerning Mathematics requirements, see outline of courses on page 57. SOCIAL SCIENCE We believe that no man can consider himself broadly educated without some acquaintance with the record of human achievement in the generations that have preceded him, no matter how well informed he may be concerning contemporary developments. An adequate course of study in the Social Sciences is essential to proper educational development. We are offering currently a com- prehensive course composed of Civics, World History, Geography, United States History, Government, and Economics. These offerings give the student a choice of courses suitable to each of his four years of high school work. BIBLE A knowledge of the Bible is one of the greatest educational assets any man can have in addition to the moral and spiritual values resulting from the study. In an earlier paragraph, we have expressed our conviction that character develop- ment is the most important work of a school. No other course offered in this school affords so great opportunities for laying the foundation of good and sound character. Page Forty-two



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Our course in Bible, designed for juniors and Seniors, is an elective which may be substituted in lieu of any History, except American History, or elective Science credit toward a diploma. LATIN We urge all our pupils whose ages and circumstances permit to get a thorough course in Latin. In recent years most of our boys study Latin in the freshman and sophomore years and then substitute French or Spanish in their third and fourth years in preparation for the Modern Language they plan to continue in college. MODERN LANGUAGES Courses are offered in French and Spanish. Our teachers are masters in their respective fields, and seek to make the work in foreign language both profitable and interesting to their pupils. The courses offered in this department are intended to give the pupil thorough mastery of the fundamentals that are necessary to an intelligent understanding of the foreign language, and a thorough grasp of the significant contributions of each nation studied to the development of western civilization. The specific aims of the courses are: to give the pupil a correct and ready pronunciation, mastery of the essential principles of syntax, ability to read and write the language studied, facility in simple conversation on everyday topics, and aural training that will enable him to understand the foreign language in the classroom to such degree that he may successfully pursue the courses in for- eign language offered by our best colleges and universities. During the summer of 1962 a Modern Language Laboratory was installed in the new classroom building. This equipment is of the latest design and is proving most useful in enriching the language courses. The addition of this equipment makes it possible to place the accent on the actual speaking of the language at the same time the usual language skills are being learned. SCIENCE The work in Science includes courses in General Science, Biology, Chem- istry, and Physics. A standard text is used in each subject along with Lab- oratory Manuals to guide laboratory work. Frequent lecture-table demonstra- tions by the teachers are used in connection with instruction. The scope of the work in each course is that necessary to establish the foundation for con- tinuing work in Science in the better pre-medical and technical schools. Page F arty-four

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