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'19- peech nd Typing: A Selective Elective
Speech and typing is an elective class for eighth grade only.
In speech people learn to write speeches and demonstrate them,
and also give orations. In typing you have to memorize the
keyboard, take different amounts of time tests and also learn to
type term papers.
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P ysical Education: ne mall Calorie!
Physical Education is an alternate
class with Art Music. During the course
of the year a student learns many dif-
ferent sports, including soccer, flag
football, co-ed volleyball, shuffleboard,
track, basketball, softball, and gymnas-
P.E. helps students develop good
sportsmanship, many different skills,
and it helps them to concentrate on
The student's grade is based on skills,
tests, citizenship grade, and written
tests over the different units studied
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ocial Studies: if J
PLJH students study World and American his-
tory in seventh and eighth grade, respectively.
The eighth grade unit centerd primarily on ear-
ly American history, the beginning of our nation.
This year Mrs. Barbara Moore attended the York-
town Bicentenial in Yorktown, Virginia. The oc-
casion was the 200th anniversary of the surrender
of the Britich general, General Cornwallis, to
General Washington of the American troops. It
was a four day celebration with special honored
guests such as President Regan and the President
of France. Mrs. Moore said the experience re-
newed her faith and love of our country.
Seventh grade students studied the beginning
of civilizations through the end of the Middle
Ages during the first semester. The second semes-
ter they studied the culture of the eastern hemi-
Among the special events that occurred in the
social study department were the Boston Tea Par-
ty and the International Dress Day. The eighth
grade enacted the Boston Tea Party with the help
of the PTA. They entertained with British tea and
lots of cookies. The seventh grade dressed up from
their original country and sampled several differ-
ent dishes of foreign foods.
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