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shop boys displaying techniques of planing wood Home ec girls modeling clothes supplied by local stores Home Ec, Shop — Practical Skills Attractive cookie house As apprentices learn to become masters, so the Rams learn skills to help them in later life. Boys learned carpentry skills that will be of advantage to them in the future. Girls were taught the basic skills of home man- agement to insure them of a good home later on. Is it soup yet? Jimmy Wheeler improving his vi ' oodworking skill
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Students Active in English, Languages Brad Stevenson and Scott Stauffer giving their impression of Romeo and Juliet Language arts, 9th grade English, and de- velopmental reading are the different phases of English studied at Portage. They are de- signed to help students improve their reading skills, reach a better understanding of litera- ture, and increase their grammatical ability. For the first time, German was offered at Portage, the only junior high in the city to have such a class. In addition. Portage has classes in French, Latin, and Spanish. Portage ' s first German class in its historical singing of " Stille Nacht " and " O Tannenbaum " Comparison of short stories by Sandy Krouse Student watching intently as Dave Hamilton and Randy Smith give their impression of " House of the Grape- vine " " Aha! I caught you! " says Laurie Hoffman to Marc Frankenstein in a skit for English class
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Diane Brewer, Glenda Howell, and Francie LeShore carefully dissecting a frog Mr. Amstutz and Brad Stephen- son as Brad proudly displays his insect collection Seventh grade students gathering around Mr. Cloud as he performs an experiment End results of freshmen ' s hard work — finished insect collections Many phases of science are offered to all grades at Portage. In general science, students learned by making experiments. Dissecting was done in both general science and biology. All biology students, while studying many branches of biology, were required to make insect collections. )im Wheeler and Mike Brockhaus using their skill in general science class
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