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STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, BRIDGEWATER.

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CURRICULA. courses of instruction and training are grouped in four

The

distinct departments, as follows: I.

Elementary Department (Two Years).

— For

those pre-

paring to teach in elementary schools, including the grades only, or in rural schools of II.

all

first six

grades.

Kindergarten-primary Department (Three Years).

those preparing to teach in the

ment prepares

for

teaching

first

little

three grades. children

in

— For

This departthe

primary

grades with a proper use of kindergarten methods. III.

Intermediate

Department (Three Years).

— For

those

preparing to teach in junior high schools, including the seventh, eighth,

and ninth grades.

In this department students elect

certain major groups of subjects in which to prepare for de-

partmental teaching.

The groups

usually elected

comprise

English and history (including community civics), English and

geography, English and modern languages, geography and his-

mathematics and science, science and geography. Advanced Department (Four Years). A course leading to the degree of bachelor of education. Graduates of two and three year courses in residence in Massachusetts normal schools may enter a third or fourth year. New students may enter at once on the full four-year course. tory,

IV.

Bridgewater State Normal School. Massachusetts. 1923 [Catalogue]  

Catalog of the State Normal School at Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 1923.