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Page 7 text:
THEIR PLACES IN LIFE
Practice makes perfect and also permanent, so it Holds
true in relationship to commercial courses. It is only by
patient endeavor that the student attains skill in typing and
in shorthand. Thus the quality of patience is stressed.
In English courses the skill of reading well with a rapid
rate and with comprehension is stressed. Work is also done
along the lines of speaking well and correctly.
To stress the phases of political life and of participation
in government of the people, Civics, United States Govern-
ment, and Economics are taught. Here trips are taken to the
polls at election time, and time is spent in studying ballots
and such important phases of one's active membership in
All in all, the school blends its curriculum into one in-
tegral unit intended primarily to meet and to satisfy the
needs of the students.
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PREPARING THE YOUTH FOR
The school has several functions. The chief purpose of
a school is to prepare the student for his place in life. By
means of an education, he is better able to assume his duty
as an active citizen in a democracy.
In order to interpret certain phases of educational
work, trips are taken and certain projects are performed.
For example, history becomes more alive if we are able
to have actual dramatizations of important scenes. The
death of Caesar and the famous speeches of Antony and
Brutus become more real if portrayed.
Chemistry and Physics take on new meanings when the
student actually sees the brown ring form in a nitrate test
or actually smells the odor of hydrogen sulphide. He is
more able to comprehend the scientific development in the
modern world if he sees them portrayed in panoramic form
by a visit to scientific centers.
Page 8 text:
BLUE AND SILVER
LILY OF THE VALLEY
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