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STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, BRIDGEWATER.

II.

Kindergarten-Primary Department

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— Concluded.

First Year.

Second Year.

Third Year.

Weeks. Periods.

Weeks. Periods.

Weeks. Periods.

:

Science

General Science

Gardening

1

Nature Study

1

Nature Study

3

Geography

1

and

.

2

.

and

2

.

13

3

26

2

.

.

.

26

2

.

.

.

13

2

2

26

2

19

4

Teaching: Directed Observation

26

Intensive (training school)

.

Extensive (outside schools)

.

2

13

2

26

15

13

15

13

25

DETAILS OF THE COURSES OF STUDY.

DEPARTMENTS

I

AND

II.

Taken only by the kindergarten-primarj- department.]

[*

(**

Omitted by the kindergarten-primary department.]

Arithmetic.

Arithmetic First year.

1.

Elementary course.

Mr. Jacksox.

Thirteen weeks, three periods a week.

Organization of the knowledge needed The aim is to make the and accuracy in their use, and to make rather than mechanical. Emphasis on methods of doing so. ing arithmetic.

Arithmetic Second year.

2.

Method.

by students

in preparation for teach-

processes rational, to promote speed

the solution of problems thoughtful the need of checking work and on

Miss Newtox.

Thirteen weeks, one period a week.

This course consists of a comparative and detailed study of the methods of teaching numbers to young children; (6) teaching the fundamental operations, common and decimal fractions, percentage and its simple applications and problems. (a)

Bridgewater State Normal School. Massachusetts. 1923 [Catalogue]  

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