Waterford Township High School - Waterlog Yearbook (Waterford, MI)

 - Class of 1959

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Sharon Frink reads a speech to be recorded by Bernie Greenwood. Self-Expression In Speaking and Acting "To speak much is one thing, to speak well is another." Speech class is designed not only to help students speak well but also to help them gain confidence, self-expression and poise in speaking effectively with and before others. Students achieve this purpose through parti- cipation in trials, panels, discussions, skits, de- bate, radio skits, interpretative Reading, club or- ganization, composing and presenting different types of speeches, conversation, pantomime, pre- senting plays for children such as "Sleeping Beauty," and by judging TV, radio programs, movies and plays. Speech students are preparing themselves for various phases of life other than public speaking or announcing. Expression of thought and idea are developed through speaking well. Jim Luzod and Chuck Bain paint V Miss Patty Looman and Robert Alexander scenery for a speech production.

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Rene' Cook Carlene Cook Linda Murphy Batons, Personalities and Energy I Adding interest to our high school band this year were seven skilled maiorettes. In Their new uniforms of white slacks and crew necks, They marched at'all of our home football games ancl performed in a special program tor our annual Homecoming game. They also had the privilege of being chosen to march in the Fire Prevention Parade and the Police Parade in Pontiac. This being the last year for Rene' Cook and Linda Groves, only Carleen Cook, Linda Murphy, Janet Wohltiel, Donna Gracey, and Norma Bailey will be returning next year to continue their twirling and marching. gg ,Wy Janet Wohlfiel Linda Groves Donna Gracey No,-ma Bailey



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Explaining the types of para graphs to Mary Robertoy is Connie Olive. Ciss Roberts and Dave Wilson portray Lady Mc- Duff and McDuff during the study of Shake- spea re's Macbeth. Reading aloud to classmates qives students more self BSSUTBDCE. "To climb a steep hill takes a slow pace." Eng- lish is one of the steepest hills for students to climb, requiring four successfully complete years before graduation. To hasten the pace a college preparatory course is available to students with rapid comprehension. Complex grammatical concepts such as dia- gramming an infinitive or a gerund, coniugating a verb, denoting parallelism, or defining a simple, a compound, or a complex sentence are introduced in the field of grammar. A major emphasis is placed upon composition skills and techniques, a good paragraph development, or- ganization of thinking, and good sentence struc- ture through the writing of themes and research papers. Reference works, library, reading and vocabulary are stressed through the use of the Readers' Guide, card catalog. Shakespearean theaters, costumes, and cus- toms are portrayed by students during the study of "Julius Caesar." "The Telltale Heart" by Edgar Allan Poe and "Silas Marner" by Eliot provide ample opportunity for interpretive reading and comprehension of thought. Grammar and literature are closely knit to- gether to prepare students for proper communi- cation with others and to enable them to work together by understanding others.

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