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Board of Instruction. 1898 1899.

NORMAL Ft.:J·:D (~0\11:'\l:.

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11 Plenty Street

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261 lkuefit Stn:d .4-:-l Baru1.:,.; Street

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199 W illiams Street .

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69 Carpt:llter Str1.:d, 30 Tohcy Street

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117 :\"iag-ara S trct:l.

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CRJTICS. '\I \RY E. BO!-i\\"Oin'H. Ed~n !'ark . ;; .\ug-(;]1 Plact:. '\lnu .\. lk,hTI·:.\D, Cherry St ...'io SumHtit St.. l'a\\tllckct L'l .. \k.\

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175 Broadway.

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j. \\"u.Lu,rs. l'iani,.;t

ll nracc E. Chadwick. Enginl."cr.

. . . . .. 31 Franci,.. Stn:<:t

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T ower Street.

.. ·.i .\m dom Street. . .

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lkudit Street

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. .l-l-9 Onns Street . 6_::, Por rd Stn:et.




Students. ~ Se nio r Cl ass A. ({UIIf'/dtrf(our.\t/IIIIIIIIIT2f. t8(_J() .

Cou\\"ay. :'llary Katharine

_:;;; ::\.:\l ain St. \\"oou:-;ocket

CO\u.:ll, llcllril:lta :\"o\\'<:11

Little Compton

Cr<lig-, :\l:lry :-o.Iurdock

Rin~rpoint

lh:ul<;r,.;_ Clam J.ordw

.. -97 Colt: Stret:t. Central Fall-;

lh:mer .... :'ll:lry .\gnes Doylt.·. Sarah .\tu:

97 Cole Stret:t. Ce1Hral Falb ;>::?Central Stn:eL Ct:ntral Falb

Farm.:,.,, :'ll:lry Eli;ahcth

llall,.\lice:'llaria

:\[acdouald. Jo:,.;klla Chri ... tiun ..

Shubenac:.l(\ie, :\". S

Smith .. \unie :\leli-.•<1

\\' hippk. Carrie :O.Iahd \\' ood11·ard

Ch:~pin .

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Cole. !! dell Jo,..t:phine Co-.g-ron:. Fr:Htce ...ca de Sayh:..:. Donnelh .. \n uie Elil_:illcth .

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Orrhard Strl·t:t

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Fanuing:. Su,;an ( ~ertn11k ltitdll'<>d;:. Ethel I.oui-.,•

1/ollt:n. :\faril· Cclt:-.tial

40 Cothlitution Strcl.:l

I !onghtnu . .\Jar~ Etizah..:th

•() :·k·qon Street

hdkhl·r. (;r:tl'l· Edith

1 Cypre:--" Strt.:<:t

hdlc_\·, .\larg-arL·t Clan·

_;,; lkndit Strel·t.

l,\lllan,Elnilyll:bting--.

l,lj Cott).(Tl'-"" . \\ 'l' llllt:

],\·on. lk-.sil· Contl·lia

t.'io Clt..:"\1111\ ,'-;trt:l·t

:\{\kitts, j..:lllli<.: Br..:niJa!l

14 J)artmouth .\\·cnuc.

O'Toole, .\nnicjohtNm

r.o llarold StrL·ct

Padicn. su ... an .\11u

qs

Park..:r l!arri ct. .Jj

l'l-iTl--..:. hittic Loni,;c ..

1/:nuntond Stn:et 132

Rose :\laud HcmiCl'

Oxford Stn:ct .\rliugton

Stafford. Elizabl:th Rhode-..

1 1/umholdt

\\"abh. 1\:atharine Clotilde

\\"illard. Laura

julian Street

25 .\lowry Street

l't:ircl·. Clara lmog-cuc

.\\·enne

.J9.) 1'rairie. \ \·e u uc

.\ debidl·

-70 heuyon .\n.:~11Lte

Senior A Class. Bate,;, Edith Etlcn Browudl, Charlotte Dicket~:<ou.. Burr . .\largucrita \" <:mon

. Scituate Little Contpton l<ichmond St.. \\'oon:<ockt:t

Cam phd! . .\lary .\gnes

Lo u ...dalt:

Carpeuter, Emma jan<:

J-:a,..t l'nl\·idencc Ccntn.:

Cochram·, .\tl\onia .\l aude. 216 Som<:r ... t:t .\ \·c .. T atttl\Ou . .\I a;-;;-; Conl<:y , 1\:atharillt.:: lr<:11e . . :.>_;6 :\ . .\l ain St .. \\'oon ... och.:t Callag-hcr.J·:llza.\xnb ·i99 X . .\Jain ~1.. l'a\I'Utck<:l Carland .. \1111 jane .i5 Clifford Street. l':mtuckct Critlt...lw.w, Edyth .\l;nDcxto..:r Strt.:cl, \\'oon-.(J<.:kct llick .... Carrie l.oui:--a ..'i6 Colo..: Street, Pal\tllcket.


llolt. Elizabeth

Da\-~

Jack,.;ou. Jeanel\e

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l.iglllhowu. \lary \'erouica . :\lalu.:r. Lilli..: .\g-ue.;..

l.ou,.;(]ak. 32 Olin:r Strb::t john ... tou

:\!c\'t.:igh. :\largarct :\1:'\ry

:\lniu .zo.~

\ k:-tghcr. Ellen Cl·cclia. \l orpcth. Rachel \l:1y

Str~~t.

l.on,.;(i:tk.

1·:;1,.,\ .\\·cunc. Pa\\'tuckct.

62 Carpeuter Street. l'a\\'tucket.

Po\\'er,.;. \larg-arct ll deu

Ceutral Falls

Pn:nti,.;,.;, \lary .\l ice

:\ onh \\' t:ymonth. :\la,.;s

Reed, Ethel l,mli"L'

T al!ll\Oil, :\lass

Shermall, je.; ... ie

\\"e,._t :\lan.;ficJd. :\las"

Sm ith. I.illia11 l·:tta

·5 \\"c,;to.::m S tre(;t. \\"oon.;ocket

Sp:mldiug, .\lice Foll..:t.

1.;6 Cro.....; Street. Ceutral Falb

\\"illiam". Flm'e!K<.: l·:thlyu

. . \nhnm

Senior Class B. Brayton. \ melia I.oui ...:l

:\[ oo,..up

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Corrig:lll. l.oui,.,e jane .

.\ttlehoro Fa! b. :\]a,.,,.,_

l i:lmL·rtoB. :->arah [ ... nhd

_i-:!.7 :\1:\p!t: Street. Fall Ri\·er. :\J a ,.,,.,

J..: ihl~L-.

\{nth \\"oo<i

\ 'alle\· F alb.

:\ lcC a 1111, \l ary Ett a

Bri,..tol

:\litc hcll. lkmice l'e:u·l \ 'ia!L \l :md .\ dakll..: T a\·lor, Bnrbara

64 Kceue Street .\ulmrn .

Chri~ti a,

Junior A Class.

* Brnytou.

:\l arr .\lice ..

.Carroll. Cathcri11e Camillius

.Cn.>t:ll\·ille

... Phe nix .


Corrig-an

.\lie~

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305 Sonu.:r-.et .\\·..: .. Taunton. :'> Ia-.-.

!lay .\g-m:s Regina .

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Latham .. \uu:t :'>labd

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... !l ope

:'>latti-.on .. \hhic .\ddi:t

.\rmington Street. E d)..:"c\\"00<\

:'>!cC:uig-an. :'>larjory Cecilia

.\ uhurn . E:bl l' rO\·idence.

:'>lonahan. Delia Lorette Xichob. Ellen :'>land

\";nick

Phillips. jennie :'>Iahd Sweet. Flon.:ncc Sophia \\"e-.lt.:~

.\lt:lia Etht·l

Junior B Class . :'>I:Ju ... fidd. :'-1:1-.s

.\ngell. Ethd :'>laud

. \\ "c-.tcrl~

Bahco(:k. Cbra Elizabeth Bdchcr. Jul ia Fi~hcr

l .akc\\"00<1.

Bmnuon. C<~.tlu:-rinc l.ucina..

. i 9 Eag-le StrceL

Brcit"chmidt. Id:t l.ouisa . .

202

Coug-hlin. :'>l:lry EYa

Smith Stn.~t :'>l an tou

Crumb. \"irginia :'>!organ

J< i,·cr,..idc

Cutler, :'>!attic Fmnct:s Gordon. Dresser. :'>laud Eloi,;e

r ro~ \\"e,..tmi u,..tt.:r Street

Es,;cx. l! attie :'>l ay . .. Ford .. \ lma (;(;isd, Jnli:l. Grant. Pear](". Crecrr(". Ccrtrudc F rance.s l l ix.sou. Crace E le::anor

r 15 C:rmp Street . iO C h apel Street. Saylc.s,·i ll e . Sha ro n , :'>l a.s,;.

l lolmes. Emma F rauk

. . \tt lchoro F a lb. :'> Ia-.:-.

ll mll. Carrie /,a,·inia

. 1·::-t.st Crccuwic h


It! W ilE

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:.;OH.\1

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1 :i

. S6 H olden Street

Knoop. Ella Sophie

25 Leu:t Street

Laney .. \nnie Lauretta ~l oon:. Zilla Clark

72 jefft:r-.;011 Street

.\ uhurn .

1\:rry .. \n ua. \ ng-u-.;ta ..

.\tt kboro FalJ,,

Ridy, Julia .\ g-uc-;

Stone,

~~ ~Jbdle

~Ia,.;,.;

Ea .. t :ll achia,, :lit:. \\'ickford

Sa nhom. Lucy Fo .. tcr * Spink . ~lyr a lkrti ue .

:l lan.-;fit:lrL :lin-;-;

Fraucc-.;

.\ttkboro. :1\ a ,.,,.,

Sweeney .. \nua C ertrudc Tho rnt on, Fl oreuce J..a bd \\" ickltmd. Irene Elizab<.::th * Y oung .. \l ice L:t\i ui a

City A Class . . \rnold. Lena ~lay .

Brag-g-.

~l alx:l

·392 Kn ight S treet .67 ( ~ oddnrd Stn:et

.\lice

Chacc. \.i ZJie 1·:\la.. Conlon .. \nu i(' F rance.. .

59 Jefft:r,-on St reet 18 ~J arrin Street. l'nwtuckct

Coouey. :ll adch:i n e l·:ucheri::t

.115 Rin J,.:" Stn.:t:t

Curren. :1\ ary F ranet:" Cnrrit:r. :ll ary l.e na

107 Jack,-ou .\\·enuc .12 ll oward .-\n::n\1.;:, l'awtuckct

lhilt:y. \\'inifrcd .\nn.

121 \\' ilbrd

[)o n)..:"htuy.

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.\nn C...:ne\·icn: .

J)ttnn c. J•:li !.abl"th Thcn::-;a 1! :-~zard .. \lice ~lan fk ..

!ln g-IH: ...:.. Cr:-~ce :ll ari..: Zit a . !lu rk~. 1\c ku jo,-..:phiuc

Lclm O!L J-:,.thcr \ "cronil":t \.''OIL J•:lb (~ ..:rtrude .

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lkl:mcv. Cora .\ (k\aidc

1-:lhow Strt:d . 66 Bat..:-; SHeet

..J.(>6 Branch .\ n::nttc.

r6o \\" ...:nddl SHcct

-1-:;8 E a1'-t ..-\\·eltm:. Pawtucket. . .; 6 E :t:<t C<-·orgc Stred . 96 Pond Street. l':l\\"tnckct 180 Che,.umt Street


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\1.:!111, Jknridta Clara

tOz Do y lt: .\ ,·emu.:.

\kt..aht:.R,.,..dJa _\\ict: ..

r 1 ll o ward Stru·t.

\Jd...:t:mt:t. :\lary Lordta .

. . y'l Cypn:ss Stn:et.

\lilJ....p.mgh. \laud .\hbott

-liZ

.\luHtH.:gk. Lillian Gcrtrudt: . . :\lurph~·.

:\t:al, (;race

:\Jar~·

1 .~ 1

l'cirec. Elizabt:th I l atha\\'a~ Sh~.:a.

\\'illi i'l ms Stre<:t

. l<J J,i,·in g-.. to n e Str<:ct

:\lary Loui"1:

:-iu!Ji,·an, llekn

ll:lll'kins S tre(;\

'2 i l! :lnHnoud St re(;\

:\largard \Iary

-.)S Cargill St r(;et

Esth~.:r.

. 6o Cknh:llll St re(;\

Tracy. Elizahl'lh j oy.

126 Syca mo r(; St red.

Turhitt. KatlH:rim~ .

4 1 Kos-..nth Str<:d

City Class B. . \!my. !l t:lcn \!arion ..

Blad\\'il!. l rt:ue l'i~rc~.: ..

.n \\':1 rr<:u St red . . 6 r \\'hitm:l rs S t reet.

Co ..tello. \l arg-a rt:t Loro.:tto 1) '.\rcy. \l argarl.:t \I ary.

E mmons .. \nni(' Fra nci.:S. F roberg, J·: lku h :tro u(' ]] a C a nno t!, I.u cy Etta l!urllsl!laJJ, 1/el('n I-IO\\'ard J..:illoran. I·:l!(;n Louise :\lanch(;ster. Emmn Frances . . O'Connor. :\lary josepllil](:

Preudtrgobt. :\Llrgaret Butk·t Sa yt:r. /u('z \ 't:rnon Seton. :\Jar,· ll d('tJ Shar!l('y, :\Iary l· r,.,ula \rillii'lnJS. \label Eug('uia

67 Eg:m Strl'<:l . .S t Co lf:lx Street

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I l:ltTi ...; .\ n .: nue.

.,; 6i .-\n)(dl Str<:et

.62 Po.::k in Street .l.) \l:J rs hal! Stre(;!

II,'\ KrJOII'k:s Strcd 26;; Charles Street 9 .S.S Smith Str<:et.

1179 Ellll\\'()(Xl .\\·t:uue . Sr Putu am Stn.:t:t 6o P ro,·idcl!C"L· Stred


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Clas~.

Potu.:r II ill.

Biddies. :\[arion Ethd .

2"\ orfolk. :\Ia""·

Bmg-, Eden :\ l im;tta Br:-ty\011, Bertha :\ lny.

.\ttl~boro.

Capron. 2"\ dli..: :\J ason .

2"\orth

C:-trgi!l,jnli:-t En:lyn.

2"\ onh Attleboro. :\Ia,.;,.; Golcls1nith

Cron in , :\! argaro.:t Rq.{ill:-t

:\las-;

.\\·~nne.

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Cobb

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Str~d.

Ea,.;t Pro,·idcnce. Oakb\\"11 l-:(;nyou

.. :\latttOIL :\bry Sweet 100 Lockwood Street :\ lcCarthy. Clar:-t \"t:rouica :\lcl krmott. :\lary E llett .. ·9-1-3 S. :\In in St .. Fall Ri\·cr. :\1:-t,s

* :\ bt!H.~\\""()1!.

:\l cDonongh. Faith \ "erouica.

..

22

I.ncrctia St.. Olm::yYillc.

:\! nick. F raucc" \ "dina * Qr,..\\"c\1, l·:mdinc .\ my. * Peirce. Lydia :\lny lbth h uu . J c u uio.: ]."Joreucc. . Rl..'il! y, J·:li z:-tbcth .\nn

S lwrou. :\ Ia,,.; . 2~ :\lt .

Street

\ "(;f\1011

\\" ickford. F i"kc\·il!c. . Blac b tonc, :\ b,;,;,

* !~ o bc rt ". :\l ar thn J a n o:: Roc he, l! on ora \l o uicn

\! eshn nt ictll Fall Ri\·cr. \Ia,;" 5 1 jo,;cphiue Street. Roth o.: mich. Ca ro liue J ose phine . . . 90 Stnmmcr St. . Centra l Fall,; Ro wa n. Ca roly n Elinu,.;

* Shc:-t. \ian· l"lri cn. * Ski iT. Corn \l :w gan.:t Smith , .\h:1 j nnc Sp:-t t!ld ing. G race \l abel . St ra tto n , \l abd \1:-t n·

.:\"!no n

·90 ll a no \·cr Stn:ct \\" rc nth nm.\l a,.;s 104 .\mcr icn

Str~ct

. 2~4 :\twc\1 ",; .\\·cm1c.


]!;

\\ll ("lflct"I..\H 01"

Term Two Class. \rnohl. E\·.1 Elmira

l l:lrri.-,\·ilk

C:Jrroll. Elizabeth \·cronica

Plu:nix

Cok .. \g-atha :\lny

CraJhtOn

!Jono\·au. :\Tary .\uu

.\ nthou~

!!arri.~.

:\lary En:h·n.

.. c ~ utr~dal~.

Iiebert l.oui,.:a Desucige,.:.

.\ rctic Centre

llokau,.:on. Edith jo-.ephinc

. . Rumford

Latham. Edna \\.iniin:d .. l.anph~ar.

Syh·ia \\"ai\·e.

l.illibridg~·. I! attic

:\iartin.

i{ ock\·ilk.

:\!arion ..

:\brgar~tta

:\:nick ...... Cl yde

:\lown· .. \licc

:\ ort h Su1ithfidcl.

so

l lt::n h Stn.:Tt

l.ittk Compton

Sixth Term Cl(1ss. Bufl"ingto r1. Ethel i,yndon

Qu id nick ll orto ll\·illc. :\I a . . . . .

Chace. J·:t!10l :\l aud ..

lk Blois. :\lary Elizabeth Gillie.~ .. \ nita Crcgory

. \\.an\ ick . R in:rpoiut

( : rceue. :\l abel Gertrud<:

R i\·crpOJnt

Criffin. l.or~tto :\!:1bd

.. E a . . \ ( : ree u \\"ich.

ll opkin,;. Bertha Ethd • \\"ithdr.,.,·n fr<>m -..h<><>l cluriu~ ,.,..

:\ onh Scitnat•:

P.'"

yur


I:HOI IE 1:0:1,_\:>.1) '\OIDI.\1. :O:('HOOL

17

Rin~rpoiut.

:-.I cGuirc, .\gucs :-. lnrit: :-.I orinrt,·,

Cntlu~rinc

France.;, 29 Oak Hill ..-\\"(::nue .. Pnwlllckct ~ onh Scittwtc P hillip,.,, jo.;t:phiuc \'ictori:~ P:~,.,cong

Rt:illy. :-.I nrg:~rct :-.l ar~ \\"h itford. lo:: :~tc (';n~cnc.

PcrryYillc.

Fourth Term Class

ll nnky. Cnthcrinc Ell en .. !l orrignn, jo,.;cphinc OJi,·c. . * Little, :-.tnlX:l Lucy

. Pn,-cong. 120

·9-F :-.ln!Jton An~nnc. Park .\ ,·cuut-. \\"oon,-ockct.

*Sc:unn n s, Edna Pra~

Quidnick

St(.-..:fC, Smith Oli,·cr .

Chcpnchct

\\"nlkt:r, :-.J ary Edith \\ ":~rncr, Ru th .\rrcnn .

Rumford. . Bridgeton

Kindergarten Training Class. Bi sh op, :-. J :~q.:u~;;rit<o: J,o u i,.,~::

10

105

COO! lC, ·, .\unit: F mnc<:s Donn<:, Hertha

lm og-~:nc

83 \ "t:rnon Strcd. jS Cong-don Strt:<o:t.

Brcunnn , :-. Jollie Cl:1.rk. :-.Jattit: :-.J :lrit:\ 11.: .

\ \"ood Stn::t:t Dn,·i:-:

Stn~ct

Ri, ·~;;r,-ick

L o1b<blt: . * Kdly.

C~:n<o:\'i~: \·c .\ gucs

Ricbrd. :-.ln ry Du rft:c.

. q :-.I ulbcrry Str~:ct . Park .\n:;nuc .. \u hurn


:->:tlm.:. lk,ltric~ \rhitiH.!.!"

. /')Camp Stn:et. ~~ Park Place. Pa\\tLtcket

:->mith. llo.:ku L'hristiua Stl·W.trt_ \lary Esther

!/ Di\·isiou Street. :\'e\\']Xlrt !// Fril·ndship Str~t:t

Sw.nt. Fannie \\'heaton.

\\';dkt.:r. \LHHi J-:bit.:

/.i \"ilt\0!1 Stret:t

\ricklund. Julia Christina..

--IS (~ron· .\\·entte. \\"(:sterly.

\\"oodward. \linuil· Su11t11er

')I r Bro:1d Strt:d

Special St udents. lkH,.on \Jan

\hhil·.

Blinn. Lillian :\Ia~ "'<~rigor. Edith :\larian..

r:!,\ Ch<.·.,tt:r .\\·<.·uut:

3-1- l'mcha ... ~.: Strl.:l't. T:HtiHOll, \i:J.,...,

. . :\'orth .\ttlt:horo. :\Ia.,,

Pea\·t:~·- C:o:rtrnde :\lay..

Ft. Fairfidd. :'lie 55 \\"oodward Road. CraJbtOIL

Sain .. IHJry, :'llt:!i,..,.,.'l "'\"t:a\\-, Ethd Hunt

Summary. S~.:nior Cia.,.,.\ compkto:d cour:-;c january~~- !S<J<J Cit~

Senior Cia.-;.-;.--\ Senior Cbs.-; B jt111ior Cia:-;., .A Junior Clas:-; B . .

30

City Cia:-;:-;.\ City Cla.--s B

'"

Sub-jtmior Class Fourth Term Class •Withdr.•w~ from so:hool during th•

p.:>.•t

r•~r


HII O HE l:-.1.1\lJ \flll\1\1. S(IIOOL

S\路cond

T~rm

Cia-.-. ...

Kimkr_!.!"arkn Traiuin).{ Cb-.. .... S p\:\'ial

Stud~nt-.

T otal \\'i t h drawn from school during tht.: past yt:ar

J \)


Architects' Description of the Building. ill·: Rhode J,;bnd ~ onnal School. th~ bt)~t:"t ,.;chool

D

building in tht: Stak. :1nd om: of tht.: brg-c~t in the country.

tract of nearly

,.;j;x

,.;t;I!Hb

upon

th~:

mo,.,t e[,.;T:l\ed portHl11 of a

ami orH.;.half acn.:,.; of bud. -.m-rotmdcd h~

fin.: :-tn:et.". in tht' heart of the city of l'ro1·ideucc. 1~. I.

From

it,.; counnanding po,.;ition th..: huildi ug on.::rlook -. the g-n:!ltl·r

portion of the city to tlH.: l·a,.,t and -.outh The .'\ormal School j,., adjacent to the State Capitol.

ll0\1'

iu

procc.:.-. of erection. alHI the hca11tiful l:nnh and g:round-. of the two building,.,, -.cparatcd only hy n ,..tr<.:•d. will han: tht: appear:mce of a puhlic park, nttmcting- the att<:ntion of 1~r son-. arri1·ing at the l'nion St:~tiou . which i-. :--ituatt.:d within a fc11· minute< 1ralk of the school 'J'h<.· building wa,.; ,.;tudied aud plac(;d. \\"ith rdcrei!C(; to the capitol. so that the dfect o( the gTOUlHI and the '>111TOtmdings II'Otdd he as p](;a-;ing :~,.;possible. Ground

1\':J,;

brol.:en for the CO!t.,.,lrttction of t he ll<.:\1" Rho<!<.:

bbnd :\'orma! School building on th<.: qth day of :\l ay in th(; yo:::~r 1X95. aud the: -;tntcttHC wa,; (;n \ir(;ly contp kt<.:d and occupied on the b<:giuuing of the school year. S<.!ptember JSyS.

1 zth.

Th(; coutracts ior th(; const ruction ,;tipu latL"<Ithat the

buil<ling should be completed in ahout t\1"0 year... but 1·arion,; d(;lays occurr<.-..::1 po,;tponing the date of completion The conditions gon:rniug thL· R hode bl:md :\'ormal School differ<."<! from tho:->(; obtaining in other and brg<.:r state": the


t:IIODE 1~1..\:-.n :-.oU\l\1. :-<!'IIOOL

~]

StalL' heing ... mall. but OllL' huildi11g is TL'(]Uired ami llL'CL'""a~ rily such a buildiug: nm"t ho.: of large size to accommodate the \·:uious departmo.:nh and hranche--. and the trustee" wi ... el~ dL'Ci<kd to build in e:-o;<.'o.:ss of preseut needs. allowing fm future gT011th. a ro.:quiro.:meJH to \\"hich but little attemion is g:i1·en in the con ... tnKtion of tho.: majority of :-;chool buildings The <.·:-o;terior of the lmilding: is simple in desig-JLrenais:-;ance in character, the u ... nal "el·t_-rity of school-hou~c facado.:s being relio.:1·o.:d in thi,; ilbtallCt: by a g:roupin.l{ of pnrt:-; that is effecti1·e. ami hy the iutrodncti<'ll of ddicato.:ly modded nrchit<:ctural detail at til<.: emrauco.:,.; and upon tho.: facade. The central portion of tho.: building:. cont:1ining

it doe:-; the stmh· hall,

library. mH-.o.:mn. reception room .... tru-.H::e,.;· rooms and offices. i" L'lllj)ha-.iz•.:d by sli.l{htly more elahorate treatment and by an iucren,cd hei.l{ill. 1\ hilc the 11 ing:s. contniuing the cia:-,.; room,; an~

and recitatiou room". an:: k:-;-. oruntc am\

balanced agaiu-.t

the CL'ntral motif ami joined thereto by the ,;tnir hall cOII· IIL'Ction-.: nnd all of the"e interior

~trucwral f~ature"

prc,...,...ed as they -.honk\ ho.: in the exterior treatmem !11 irom of the buildiug i:-; a wide terrace \\"ith ha\u-.trado.:~.

arc cx-

ma,...:-;in~

th t.: huttn;,...,...c:-; of \\"hich arc "urmo unted by bronze

lig:ht ,...t:mdard.-., and from thi~ tt.:rracc wide ,;t~p~ de ~ceml to the beautiful _I{J"Otllld,; The g:rou1Hb han: bt.:cn dc\·dopt_-d by !al](l:<capo.: archito.':ct,;, :1ud

tr..::c~. ~hrubbcry.

and flowo.:r,; han: b<.'ell planto.:d. g-i1·ing

promi,;e of delig:htful ,;urronmling-,; ll"ho.:11

the~e

th ing,; obtain

a more 1·igorou,; gro\\"th T ho.: building: i~ entiro.:ly of m:1,;oury and ,;teo.: I construct iou, fireproof withiu the mo.:aning of the word a,; applied 10 mO<km T he g..::nt_-ml

CO!lt0111"

of the land , tho.:re being a difference

in gmde from front to rear lot of

thin~·- fi,·e

n..::Ct_-s,;itatcd au exl>CH,...in.; foundation.

nnd 011e-half fL'd,

qnick,;~md

at .-c\·cral


I L1 to 11.dl 11 ,111. 11 ,, wal~

th~

difficultic,.;, a ll o f which were

ol _,toll<: !Kirt

·ou,tnJCt~~l

\(J

on~rconH:

retaini ng: wall ami part fo undatiou

the grade lin e.

l'ortiOJJ, of t!Ji,.; -;tone

e tiiTllty lt:t·t below the .;.urfacc of ground as it ex ish

to da1 1-'rom th~ grade lim-,.. tht· e ;.;te r ior w[lJl -"tll'faccs of buildi ng:

art·

cxL·cut~d

iu buff brick. nml the tritllllling:-; and onJalHt.:llta l

ddail an.: oi tt:rra cotta of a b u ff color. hamtoui~.ing with th~;: 1\';'lll\\'ol'k .\t the g-rade le1-cl i:- iut rod uccd. all arottttd the lmildiug. a J.::r:lllite damp cotJr :-~: at!d to pr~n: t1t Jnoi:-\111'1.: fro111 l>Cttt.:trat iug tht· onhide walb are laid up with an "ir 'ipac~. nud the ithide face :- of all walb arc cour,cd with hollow brick, m a k in,g-the walb ab , o\ut~:ly da m p proof.

.\11 interior wal!:- a m\

partitimh nrc of :-<olid brit'kln> rk . The floor ,.; are frnmed ellt irdy 1rith "t <:cl girder .... :md bcat1h, filled in betwceu 1rit h hollow tcrrn cotta floor arche:-- co 1·erin g the beam .;. at all poi11t " a nd fo rming lc,·cJ ceiling" iu roonh hdow. T ht.: top" of arc h c:- an: ]e,·~lcd up with ciudcr con crcte to n:ccin.: tlH.: floo r:-. The roof,.; being ucarly flnt arc framed and fireproof~(\ in :- imilar mannt.:r hnt of lighter con:-trnction It will be und;,:rstood from the foregoing that all the 11·al1,.,, partitions, and ceiling:- are of ma ... 0111'Y. :!ltd upou th e:-e "urfac<.::-- the interior Cklll<.:llt pla,.;t~riug- is directly appli<.:d, an·ord iug- a durable wall fiui ... lt upon a solid g-r()tJudwork Two wide iron 'itainray-;, 11·ith marble tread .... and la11dit1g"S of ea,.;y a:--cem. connect tht.: St:l·t:r[l] floors, ll'hilc .-.:e1·cra l otla:t '!mibr :-tairca:-ks COHH<:ct hetll'e<.:n two Ooor:--.

Two plung~r

d..:1·ator,.; abo comnll1Hicate with all floor ..... a ttd in the gymna '>!llm \\'iug a stairca,<: of 11'00<\cu construction k:td:-- to the \'arious floor" of that \\'ing'J'hi,.; wing i,..COHstrncted 011 the :-low-burning principle. with


hard pint: ginlo.:r-. am\ plank floors. without hiddcu ,.,pace,.: for T ht.: interi01· fini-.h throughout. ~~-ith the ~.:xccption of tlH: gy lll ua-.ittlll 11 in g. is of autique oak. and all of the fixed furui tun:. cabinf.:t,.,. ctc .. are of the -.amc umtt:riab. The g:ynma ,., itml win g i-. fmi,.,hed throughout iu hard piue . :'>l ost of the roo n1 ,., an.: ,,·ai n scoto.:d to tho.: black hoard ](;,·d. ami tht: black The fl oor" th ro ughou t t ho.: b u ildi n g, [l\)0\"(: ha,.;<:mt:nt. are of ha rd pi m:. !~tid in narrow 11 idtlh. stai ued and fini,.,hed. with th e f.: x cept ion of Ja,·atori..:". laboratorit.:S, and room -- dc1·otcd to ,.,J><:ci:ll u-...:,.,, wht:ro.: ,·itro.:Oil,., tik or othN floor:; arc requin:d T he pla~·room floor,., in ba,.,..:ment art: of asphalt concrue. tht: other ha-.em\:111 floors of Portl:lnd ccmt:nt or of hard pine. :lccordi n g- to the 11.....: of 1'001\h T ht.: ll":lli ,.,urface,., thmughout tho.: building a1·t: tintt:d i11 oil in broad flat <.·olol's. with a n y point.

1\t)

attempt :ll f.:bhoraH.: dt:coration :ll

T he t•olor" ha r monize plt:a ,.,:wtly t hroughout th t:

b u ild iug and add not :t link to tht: genera l df<.-ctil·t.:ue:-s of th t: iut er ior t r..:at meut Tht· :-y ,..t ctu of ph11 nh iug th ro ug ho ut th<: b u ildi u g i... ade· qn:lte and mo<krn in e1·o.:ry n.:,.,pt:ct.

The Ja , ·at o rie" a re cott ·

, ·euio.:tllly loca to.:d a nd [l ro.: wd i o.:quippcd : th t: floor :- iu a il ca ,.,<;s and the \\·ain,..<.: otiug· h..: iu g- o f 1·itn:ou:-; tile, the ,.;Jah.., [llHl com partliH.:nl partiti1)llS of marhlo.:. :1.1td all porcelain fixture,.; of , ·itreOit :' 11are . whik all thl! mt:tal fittiugs :lrt o f the late:-\ pnttent and ho.::t,·ily nic kel pla ted .

Cold water i:; :-upplit'd to

all part:- o f tho.: huil d iu .~ . am\ h ot \\'a tcr to <.:erta in room:- a nd At t11·o po inl:- in th<.: main corrido r:- o n each n oor are loc:lted ma rble driukin ).('· \\':lter fonm a iu".

to

ll'hieh c hilled ll':lte r

j..,

eirc u!a t..:d thro u g-h tin -lined pi pes fro m i<.: ..:: coib located in


:!I

(_\T\1.11(;["/-" _\'\ll I'JI:ITJ\It Ill' Till:

111 k-. 1 low th<.o ha~<.ollh:nt floor-.. Th~: ic~: i-. not plac~:d in ,1.~_ atn_ :-imply a~ain .. t th~: <.·ircnla tiugcoil-. Till· ~Y,.l\:m of h~.:ating" ami n~mibtion i-. wdl pb!JJJ~.:d :111<1 11'-t,iliL·d. and th~.: r<.·,.ult" ohtaiued ar~: 1·cry ,.ati"factor~ J..:tm·roth IJll<llltity of fre"h air i" COII"tantly l:lll\:riug till" 1riot1" room". nnt k"" tha11 thirt_1·-fi1·\: en hie k·\:1 p\:r mintn<.· pu- pupil. aud the foul air i" r~:mo1·\:d from l"OOIJh iu lik(: Four l~nri;-:onta l tubular hoikr,.J.::\:11\:r:tt\: ,.tc:on th:ll i.-. circu btL·d throug-h mile." of piping- in th\: form of a lJJ:tnJllloth ,.tUllll ('oil. formiug- a kiud of p:lrtition h~.:tlr\:ell th(· eold air and fan roouL-. in ba'-'1:rnent.

The cold air

j,.

tak~:u iu til roug-h a large

11all opt·uing from a eoun on the nurth -.ide. :n1d tlu.: :1ir is dra1111 through a filter bag. which remo1·e,. all dit-.t and

oth~:r

impuritit:". am! pas"<."!< o1·n the he.:atinJ..:" <.oil-. wiH:rc it is warmed to about S\:I"I.:JHy d~.:g-rec": from the h~:ater it Jl:l""Cs to the fnn or blower of large capaeity. which fon.·e,. th~: :tir to th~: rnaiu horizomal duct lf:ll"tf'-'illg- tiH.: whole leng-th of build ing hcl\n:~cJJ the floor of fir.~t ,.tory and the ceiling of ba,.~:m~:lll From thi-. duct the :lir l"Ht<.or"

th~.:

1·enical" :tnd

pa""~"

into :Ill

roonh throug-hout t ht buildiug, cxc~.:pt la\·:Jtorie-.. di -.dJarg-i nginto tht: room:- through regi"t\:r

fan~-..

11 ith

difl"u -.~:r-.

IO<.·ah:d

ahout eig-ht fct:t abo1·c the: noor. Cold a ir ca n h<.· f(J]·ct.:d into roonh in !'lllll JJlt:r b y th i.-. JJ H:tllod if d\:"i n.:d For usc: in <: ;..;trc mtly cold 1\·catht·r . co ib of d irect radiatio n arc: pbcl•d o n th e t x poscd s ide.. n f most of til ~: roo m": tho.:s<.· coib are COJlt rol!td by

t!J ~.: flJJ Ost:t t s

in o.:ac h roo m . a ctuating a

dbphrag- m 1·ah·<: a ttach ed to <:ac h coil. hy whic h the to.:mpc ra-

tur~.: of

each roo m ca u be acc u m td y r<.·g: nl a tc:d to a ny (k·gr\:C (k-.ircd . T ht h umi d ity of th e a tJll O-.phc rc th ri) U,!.( hOll\ the building i-. abo reco rd<:d. a nd

a rm n g-e m~:nt... a r~

"te:tul may ho; mi xed 1\"ith the incomiug comc-. O\"~.:r-htmed o r too (lry.

fr~:-.h

lll :t(k "o t h:lt

:ti r 1\"IH: n it lx:-




111101!1: 11'1.\~D ~0101.\L S( 11001..

~;;

\"cutilatioll i-. accompli,..l!t..il hy the \"itiatcd air pa-. ... iug o11t through rcgi ... tcr face... in the -.ide wall,.; at floor lcn:l. and iuto n~rtical

flue"

11

hich ri ......- to a foul air duct located bctll"t.::en the

ceiling of the upper -.tory all(] the roof: from thi:-; duct the air pa-..-,c ... Ollt into space through three largt n:llt opcuing:s \ "<.:ntilation by thi-. .system is po:-.itin:. ina,...lllt\Ch as the foul ~"lir i" <irin:n fron1 the rooms by the curr011t of fresh air cntcr-

ing:tmc](::rf:lllj)res-.ure. T he boiler-. not only fumi.-.h ..team for the lt0atiug. but for th0 fau engine. pump-.. cle1·ator pumps. and for hot 11·ato:::1 hcatill).{ The build ill).{ i-. win:d throughout for electricity. tht: wiro:::-. lx-iug pbc<.::d throughout in irou armon.·d couduit, and the ~y .... tcm

i.... arraugcd iu circuit" so that a portion or all of tht:

bnildiug can h<: coutrolh.:d from the -.witch-board. ll"hile all tin.: light,.. iu each of the room .... arc comrollt:d by one or more .;-,\\"itch<: . . locawd in th~.: room" The huildiu).{ is piped throughout for g:a" The ga,. aud

~.:lcctric

li~lning

fix tun·" arc from ,.:.pccial de-.igu" of old

bra-.-.. :-imp!<: ami ani ... tic l.ocatt:d in the prim:ipa\"" offict: i" tht: prog:ramm<: dock -c0utro!liug- the g:oug ... locat<:d in tho.:: corridor,; throughout th1.: building:: :111d comlt:Cted ll"ith this dock is a rt:gulator controlling the c!ot·ks loc:1tl:d in in ).{. (:IISIII"illg t'OITI.:Ct

tim~

~.:aclt

room throughout tht: build-

ill all r00111"

In thi,.. offic<: j,.. al...;o locat<:d the city telephone and the

sll"itch-hoard, controlling

th~ ,..~·,..ttc>lll

of local telt:phone:: con-

nectiug with each t:ud of the main corridor on each floor, and with the principal'" rc)Om-. .\s

:1 ,..:~fcg-u:trd

a_({aiu-.t liro.:: thcrt: i-. located :\ pri\":\le fin.::

alarm box iu t he hoilcr-room couuectiug with the city -.y-.tcm. and thnm).{hont the corridor,.. :\l"t: pbecd ehentieal lir<:-o.::x-


Rhode Island Normal School. PI{OVIDENCE,

R..

I.

The Aims of the Schoo l and the Sco pe of its Work.

The -.dwol

j,.

maintained for the -.pt.:cific purpo-..,; of o.:du

(':Uiug-and training:to.:-achcr-. for the -.clJOol-.ofthc State. TllF DE,!_\C\D

J'(ll<

Pl<OFE:<-.HI:'\.\J.l,\' r•Dt"t'.\'I'EIJ

'J'E\CIII·:RS

Tho: !lc<.:-d of t:ducatcd and trained kachcrs h:1-. come to he fdt irr mo,.t qua ncr-;. and the \'alm: of <Hh:q uatt: -.p(:c inl pro.:-

p:uation for thi-.; importnut public -.o.:rdco.: is coming: to he app reciated .

l!r our own StatL· public -.cntim\.:nt in thi:< rc-

g-nrd hns ad\·anccd sub:-<tantially withirr a iur ~ · c:rr:-;.

T h<.·

duua ud for grHluatt:s of the :-;chool i-. g:n.::rtcr th:nr can be

m<ot :md lw-; hc1:n incn.:;1:-;ing- :-;h;:ad ily for so.:n.: ral ~ ,_-;r r,.,, Tl h..:y an.: -;ought for out:-;idc of the St a to.: as well a-. within it

It i-. a fact not 1-(eJJ<:rally appreciated th at. \\'hilt: in lllO:-<t cnlli ngs th<:n: is po.:rhap-. an t:xco.:-.s of capahlo.: \\'OI'ko.:r-.. tho.:ro.: is at prb<:Jlt l:lck of <]ualificd to.:ac ho.:r...; for d ...·JueJitary -.chool work.

:'\lauy positiou:-; art: ht:!<l by pt.:rson ... 1\'ho arc 11\H fitto.:d

hy nature o r pn.:paration for ... uch \\ork. ho.:can ... c qn:difiL"<l t<:achcr ... art difficult to find


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The State.

then:fon.~.

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27

haxing proYitkd for the education of

to.:a<.·ho:rl', l'o.:ekl' to :ntract into the profc,.,ion of teaching :md into the -.en·ice of the public ~(._hoob young men am\ yotmg women who hy nature are adapted to thil' ,,·ork, and

offer~

them the mean,. of thoroughly qualifying themseh·e.;,

The :"Chool cauuot crento.: talent for de,·c lop

:~nd tr:~iu th:~t

t<:::~ching.

It on

which it,. ,..tllCI<::ut,.; po""<::""·

indi!<J>Cil!<abl<.: ctHlowmo.:tlt-. and acqui,.;itiotb of

oul~

There

o::::~rly

:~n:

life 1\·hich

tho"<.: who will be "uccc ..,-;ftd in a cour"e of pr<::pantiou for \cachin g nl\ll't bring with them to thl: :\ormal School. \\'ho.:n the la-.t J)(ll'l'ihk pro,·il'iOtl ha,.. been

m:~dc

for thc

de1·dopment aud tho.: training of tht: t:J.lt:nt for tcachiug. the .-.ucce!',.. of the '>chool !'till do.:]>CtHb upo u the quality of "tudo.:l!\ makrial which como.:" into it.

It i,.; of the ntmo"t importaucc

th:J.t there !<hall bo.: a COJ!-.taut !<Upply of young

mt11

am\ young

,,·omen. who po.-.-.c"" the health. the character. the tali:nt,._ the habit!<, whieh eon-.titutc tho.: ba,..i-. o f the capable tcaeh<::r (:radn:llc!< of high !<Choo],.. 11·ho han~ attained good ,..tandiug for character and :"Chobr,..hip aro.:: inYited to 1:11\er the :\ormal Sehool :md prepare th<.:m,_d,·o.::~ by a conr,..e of proft:l'.-.ion:ll l'tudy :1mltr:~iuing for a career of great n,..efnln<:l'." in tho.:: work of o.::duc:1tiou. .\ -;iugk ycar',.; 1rork in the "'t:hool will c nahk ."Itch l'tlld<.:nt,.; to t e:~clt ing" "ci..:nc~

if

th~.:y

Th e~

mak~

a tt·,.;t of their adaptation to

a,.; a calliHg'. and will g·i\·c tho.::nl a traiuing in the

and

:~rt

-.honld

of o:ducation 1\'hich ,..honld be inYaiuahlc. "~.:<.:

call!<(; for turning

to

~.:\·cn

:'Olllt" oth<.:r calling

!<hould not como.::. holl-e\·cr. expecting to fully <.:quip

them"d\-el' for \<.:aching in a yo.:ar. or to find the work light ami ea-.~ Tho.: 110rk of tho.:: :t<h·anc<.:d cow·,..c r;:quir;:,.. the l'tr~:ngth to

and di,.cciplino.:: 11hich a high ..;chool

conrl'~.:

i-. do.::-;igncd

de\·clop. :md in Ill !'It i-. del'igued to de\·clop new power and


IL·)'Ul<llllCt 111 th 1'1'-t it: II'

Tlw majority ~car"

~~-ho

han· <.:IHL'r<.:d thL· ,;.chool

ha1·t: het.:n high ,;.elmo! g:radu:lt<.:"

T :Kh ·-. \\'ho rL·:tlizt: tht: nt:ed of fnllcr prt:paratio!l may fin 1 hL·rt: thL· opportunity and hl'lp thL·y tlt.: ... irt.:.

Th e~

\\'ill

fin(\ in thL· "Chool ... tudent" 1d10 h:n·c h:ul COihidcrablt.: t:X]X:rinet iu teaching-.

Young ]Wnpk- who h:J1·c not the opportu-

nity of hig:h "chool education :111d \\'ho h:ll"l' dccidt.:d to prepan· for tL·achiug. if

th<.:~-

ha1·<.: attaiucd th e r<.·t]Ui."ite

matnrit~

am\ "chobr"hip. arc illl·itcd to <.·nt<.::r tht: denu.:nt:H'y co11r~c. \moug- tho.-.e who ha1·e comL· from 1·:n·iou,.; part-. of the Stat<.: iu tim<.: ... p:ht with only au t:!cmentary t:ducation and han: ,t;on<.: through thL" 11·holt: c-our-.e. art: many of th<.: mo-..t dlicieut t<.:acht.:r" of the ~tate. all(] -..omL· of the lllth\ worthy men and wom<.:n no11· filling other importaut pl:H'b in lift:

Tht: Xonnal ~choo\ i-.. Hot a hig-h "<.'hoo] or a colle}.('t:. but an ill"titution ha1·ing- a "pt:cific fu11ctiou. namely. tht: preparation of \l:achL·r" for their work.

In aceomp\i-..hing: thi-... h01n.:1·cr,

it lll!ht "t:cnre to it" -..ll!dt:lll" hroad. accurate. and thoro11g:h ,.,dlO!ar"hip. ll"hich i" the t:""t:ntial ha"'i" of proft.:"''ion:d trainin,R"foranyca!ling,bjK--..:ial!y fortc:Jchin,R" .\n important elt:mt:Jl\ iu th~ education of tht: tea..: her i-. the <.'ttlti\·ation of tht: charactt:ri-,tic hahit" and ahiliti<.:-.. of the sncct:ssfnl swdc:nt.

Throu~hout her cour"i: of preparation

tht.: normal -..tudent nt:t:ds to ht: pur~ui11_R" t:nt:rg-ctic:llly _.;ub-..tautial -..u hjt:ct~ for ht:r own dt:\•t:lopmt:IJ\ a11tl culture.

T he

Xormal ~chool UJtht cultil·att: a li1·dy intL-r<.:-.1 in "tudy and inl·btigation and an cmhu"ia ... m for learning w!tieh ouly th<: 1·igormt" pur"uit oi \\"Orthy -.uhj~:ct-.. can t:Jl _R"i:IHh.:J Tht: courst: of ~tutly. th~u. IHJJ.;t !X; rich in matt.:ri:ll ami "uited to challt:ugc effort ami nouri-..!t inter~~\. ftJrni"h prof~:-..;ional itt ... trtlction.

:1-.

1\dl as

It 1\ill !)<: ol)"t:!"I"NI i11 the




l:llOilE 1"1.\\ll \OI:~J.\1 . .;.q[OOI.

otttlitH:

:l!l

,,f the C<Htr"e" follm\ing: that ..;uh,..tantial acqtti ... itilm..;

in ... cio.:tKe. lito.:raturo.:. hi-.tory, and art. art.' proYidcd for T ltroug:hout cadt of the t·our-;e-; the ... tudt"nt pur-..ne ... ior eultnre :tnd di-.ciplinc -;uhjecb that n.:qttire for tht:ir ma ... tl·r~ attl·ntin: oh-.cn·ation, patient n:..;earch. and ... trong thinking:

Tlt..: pnrpo..;e of th..:..;chool ducrmine,.;what its ..; pccific 11·ork

lll\l'it bt:. r

It mu ... t lk·g:d the ... pirit nf the t<.:acht:r It 1\Hht n._·,·e:tl the nature. aim .... :tud nKthod -; of educatiou .

T hi-. it can do by the ... tttdy of m:m and th<.: proct:"" of hi,; dt:n:lopnwnt. and of hi-. rdatiou to naturt: and to -.ocidy

It mtt,.,t euabk the -.tiHlt:llt to

g:r:~ -..p

and

a n aly~.t:

-.ubject...

of ... tudy :md th..: proce"" of thinkiug by ,,·hich knO\d,,:dge i-. attained .J.

It mtht put the -.tude\1\ in po ......e ...... ion of :tbili ty to in ... pirc :ttl(\

guid..: the proc..: ....... of learniug in tht: c!J ild

It 1\ltht g-h·e the ,.,tudcut

:111

itllt:ili).!;etl t :~cqu ai nt a n c..: wit h

princip\t: ... :t rHI mdhO<b of in ... tntc tion :tnd of --c hool adtlllltl-.trat iott 6

l t mtL"t furni,.,h \lpportuuity for practic~ in tht: an o f te:t.ching unde r ..;u g:g..:,.,til·e :111(\ in -;tructin: condition:>


1.\ L\J.(ot , (

\\ II (JI;Cl'l.\ll 01' TilE

COURSES. The following cmlf"'-'" an~ dt:,.;igncd to furni,.;h the in-;tnu.:tion and tminiug n:quirt:ll hy the :'i.:\'o.:r:~.l cb:-.,.,b of :-.tu<lt:nb -ho t:ntcr the ,.;chon!. Po"\ gT:ldll:lto.: and :-.po.:cial work 1\'il\ be :J.rrang-t:d a-; lll:l.Y ht: dct:mL·d ach·i:-.:1hh: for tho,.;c who \\-i:-.h

11

to pur~ue -.tudie• in education beyond wh:lt i:-. herL: pro\'ided 1 THE REG UlAR NOR,."'AL TRAINING COlllliE

/-irs!

tiou.

'li.,-m-Pedagogy.-Imrod\\Ctor~

Conr:-.e: Oh..,en·a-

:'llt:tbod~of ll~c-truction: Reading. :\'attln: Swdy.

l'h)

,.,ic~. Drawing-: Biology: Singing: Langu::~ge: CeogT:lphy:

.\rithmetic: Dra\1·iug .\'.-rom/ '!Inn.- P,..ychology:

Pmcticc- Cia:-.:-. Teaching:

lln~ieue and Sanitation: Ci1·ic-.: Literature: Sing-in).:": Phy,.;i-

cal Culture

l-int 'ltnn.-1'cdagogy-.\d1·am:cd Course

:'lh:thod-, of

ln-.\rtlCtion--.\d\·anced Conr"c: :\'aturc Study. l'hy:-.ic,.;. Drawing-. :'llathematics. Reading and l.itcr:nnn:. .\(·roll((

Ceology: :'lliuer-

'll:n11.-Half Tcrm- l!i,.,tory of Educa tion: Teach -

ing of !Ji,.,tory: Teaching of Language: .\ . . tronomy.

l !alf

Term- Practi ce in the Training School Thi,.; cour-.c

j,.,

a di,tinctil·eiy 11onn:tl tmining cour:--e (k-

,.,ignl..·d 10 afford the be,.,t pos:-.iblc general pn.:par:ttion for tc:1ch-


111,1{

'l'ho-.l: who -.uccl:-.-.fully eompkt<.: it art: ).{raduatt:d. <~JHI

with the ~:1\Ktion of the St<~t<.: ar..., awankd th" diploma of th..., -.dwol In onkr that the ohjcct of tlw ('ollr'>(' may he -.ncl't:""full~ attained. it

j,.,

uece~"ary that tho-.c who l:lltcr 11po11 it !~t: fnlh

prepared. T he preparatiou rt:qni,it..: iududt:" 1. Sn Hici<.:lll health aod maturity of hody aud milHI 2. (~0\1(\ ,.,tron~ 1noral clwract('l ·'· .\ -.trong hig:h -.chool co ur"<.: IH·ll and fully ma~tt:rcd. 01 it" ..:qui1·alent. It i-. impli..:d that ~1Kh hig-h ~chool cot1r,;•:

includ..:,., ,.,llh"tantial "tudy. h~· "o1md nH:thod". of natnral ,.,ci<.:nc..: and "om..: form of manual art. at ka"l drawing. a" well a" mathematic". langnaf.{c. litdatnre. and hi-.tor~ \· Proficient t:leun:utary ,.,cholar-.hip. It i" e-.p(:cia\1~· rt:qui,.itc that the -.ttHknt of th..: ,.ciencc and an of teaching: -.\Hluld han· acquired \lla.;.tL·ry of th..: ..;,nhj..:Ct"' of th..: cl..:nlcnt:lry "chool conr:c.e.

:\\ort: tha11 :1 g:o<)(\ grammar "chool pupil'"

undcr"tandin).!' of tho.:"e ,.,n!Jjt:ct,; i-. Jlo.:c..:,;~ar~· for the tcachcl Th e \ll:tturity aud di,ciplint: which the hig-h ,;chool cOIII'"o.: ha,.; dc,·dopt:d -..honld ht: hrou).:'ht to hear IIJXm arithmetic. g:..:og:raphy and the Eug"\i..;,h lang:na).:'c for th..:ir fuller 111:\"t..:ry hdon:

the -.tndt:llt i" ready to ).!:il·..: hi-. attclltion t:"'J)t:Cially lO mdhod-. of ilhtl'IK'tion .\11 ,,]lo l:IH..:r upon thi-. a(h·am.·cd cottr"t: arc L'Xamino.:d iu J•:ug:l i-.h

including:

n:adi11){. pcnman,.;hip. compo-.itiou and

)..(!':1111111:11', hi:c.tory of th<.: l'Hitcd ~tatL·,;, g-.;og-raphy. aud ar ith Jllcti c. \11 thi." ..:x:11uinatiou the ohject -.\lldL'Ill·., >'llb,..t:lntial .,;\·dyd,l~ than what can lx: ination.

-.]lo11

n

;b

to a-.c<.:rtaiu the and ability r:ttht:l

till' rc,..lllt of ,..tndying- for t:xam-

The ,.;tncknt mu-.t he pro.:parcd for ,.;11eh a t<.:,.,t 11p011

apply in).! for admi ....ion to thL' Junior cia,..-. (~nduato.:>' of accrt:ditcd hig-h -.dHx)\,.; arc admillctl w tho.: ,.;chool 11p011 tht:ir diploma-.. h11t t:1k..: thi" tc"l of their prcpa-


r

11

on

!<

r

att in.~ itmuedi:ltd y upon t he :l<h ·a n eed cou rse.

t:nk-.-. h~-~ chou"<.: to r~:\·ie\\ th<.:,e "ttbj<.:ct -. before e ut erinl-(

upoll th~- a(h- Hn: I conr,.,e (lpp•lr\Lmit,· will he :t!Tonh:d tho-.e who n eed to -.tr~· ttgth ell thcir ~-h:m~·ntary pn:paratinll to study in a thorou g h matmer. umh:r n·ry compctt·nt teac-hcrs. :-trith metic. geogTaphy. t h~· English bn.l{nap;c. tho.: hi,.tory of the l'nitcd State,.,, and. if

dcsir:~.bk othcr subjcch of the ele menta ry cour:-.c.

For thi s

purpose a Sub-junior year'." work i_,;, arra ngcd and is here outlined. for auy part oi it e\·idencl: of :-;c-hobr.-.hip \\'ill bt· accepted. /its/ 'lln11.-.\ritlundi<:: Zoiilogy: Phy-.ic_,;,: Engli-..h Cnm

mar and Compo-.itiOII: :'l!oderu llist ory: Dr:-t\\'ing .\'(rom/

'l/Tm.-Biology: 1\:nmalbhip: (~eo)..:'r:lphy: ll i-..tor~

of the l'uitcd State": Reading all(\ \'oice Train in).;': Drawi11g

IL

THE ELE~t ENTA RY COURSE

T he dcmeutary cour,.,e is dc,.,igm:d to an·ord tho-.e 11ot '' ithiu the reach of :~. high :-;c-hool the opponu11ity to ~pin a good g-e11eral educ-ation and pn:paratiou for the a<kanced course Tlm'ie \\'hO pa-.-. th<.: entra!ICe(;xaminatiOIIS :-tnd comply with the terms of admi:-;sion ha\·e th<.: prepar:ttion l'd[Ui:-.ite for cllt<.:l"· ing upou thi-. c-our,.;e.

\\'hell a<llnitte<l. :-,tudeul:-. arc c\a'i~ilied

according to their ability to go for\\'ard 1\'ith th~.: 1\'0rk.

'J'h o:->e

who ha\·e accomplished in other schools the cqui\·ak nt of au~ part of thi,.; course should present the e\·id•:1Ke oi the amomtt and <Jilality of ~uch \\·ork. th:"Lt they m:-ty he a:---.ig-ned ~uch ad,·auced ~wading as they arc prepar<.:d to maintain .\ certificate i_,;, gin~n those 1\'ho complete thi-. com·-.c in a ":"Lti~f:"Lctory

mamtt·r




;~:~

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COURSE IN PREPAII:ATIO:>. fOil: CI TY TII:AI:>.I'\Co

SC HOO~

Thi:-- cour:--c i" clc:--i).{ncd c:--pecially for tho,;e who. ha,·iu:.::~cqnirecl

,·iew

:~

a hig h ,;chool education or its equi,·ah:nt. h:1n.: in

course of p rac t ice in a city training- ,;chool.

It em

braces the theoretic professional work of the ad\·auced uormal training course. including th e ,;uHly of met hod,; illu -.;tra tcll h) ob,;cn·atiou of work iu the -.;e, ·eral _g rade,;.

It d ocs not in

el u de practice teaching and crit ic ism The prcparatiou requi,;ite is identical ,,-ith that for the regular normal training conr,;c

GYMNASIUM. The locker room is equipp(.-<1 with commO<Iio u,... locker,; a m\ dres.s.ing--room:--. and the baths. tweln: iu !HIIllbtr. ar~' o f the latest and hc:-.t desigus T he gyuma:-.inm equipment i:-. :~ckno'' ledg<.-"<1 10 he the mo ... t in_geniou,; in the couutr~

.\pparatus of utility. arraugcd fo1

large nlllllher:-.. desi).{l!td for ,_afc c:-::crci,;c, and in accordance ,,·ith apparatus now u,..cd in out-door play-ground,; h:~\·e h ccu fmni:--hed \ "cntilatiou and lighting are perfect Th e work of the _gymna,..ium dcp<~rtment,.. includes march ing:-. aud class form~llion,; to .sccure di:<cipline. free L·xen:i,;e for imprO\·in).{ health. carriag-e, a1~d powers of motor co-onli

stn:ngth

<111d agilit~

PJay,.. :mel g:uue,; T he practit·:~l :--tudy of the work and tht application of

th~.:ory rcstdting fro111 the eonr:--e,.. of ,..u,die, in other depart


1 \f\].{)(;{"L _\ \ II !'I IUT I .\1: 01' Till'

DOM ESTIC SCIENCE. I.

Cooking. Th~· ,1im

n! the cnur,.;o: in cook in){ i-.

to

gin~

a bt:tt<.:r

knn\\lt:llg~· in the choice ;m <l p re pa ration of food 'l'h~· ~·o11r"e indnde -. theory a nd p racti ct: , for it means not

on\~ the pro:paration of " im ple d i-.he". hill abo a di-. cu-.-.ion of their dige-.tihility a n d food valu..:. the h..:-.t

mdhnd nf pr<.:parat ion. ami the practic:tl and ,.;cientific rea-.on-. fnrtha t mdhod

Foods. To follow th<.: cour-.<.: in cooking- and con.-.ido:r more in <kta il -.om<.: o f the im portant food" a" th<.: '"'tan:he". -.ugar.;. mil k , a m\ butter 3.

Emergencies and School Hygiene.. T he e m o.:rg<.: nc ~ · cour,-e inclu de-. talk-. on tho: tro.:atm ent of c ut .;, h urn" , -.praiH,.;, and ...o m..: ol the mon: -...:rion:-; acci dent.., which m:ly

h:~pptn

to the ..,c]wol children

The school h~·giene \\"ill include t:dk.; on the light and n~ntilation

4

nnd care of the .;chool -room

Sewing. The -.imple -.titche.., are t:lll){ht

SnLall model" are made,

tlu:ir con-.truction oftell illu-.trated by m..:an:-- of paper folding




DRAWING. Tht: aim of the in..;truction in thi..; departnl<.:nt i..; to lead the p u pi\-. to :t fim:r perception oi beauty am\ greater ability to tml to n:pre..;ent beautiful thing::-; EL.E,Io\ I: NTARY COURSE

In thi scours~.: in..;tnKtiou i..;g:i1·~.:uiuskt::tching:from uatltr~.:. nwking- decorati l"l! :uT:tll).{l!llll!llh of flo\\"er :-;. berri~.:..;. etc .. iu g-eo metric fig- u n:s:

mode! am\ object drawing::

i\lu:-;tra t in:

skt:tc hin g: u pon the black hoard and paper: nH:chanical dr;111 in g:. incl udi u ).{ th~.: tl"~.: of the rule. compa,.;,c...:..;_ drawing--kit. h i-,toric orwuuent. and do.::cor:ttin: and con..;tructin.· de

NOI{,\\,\l HAII'I'ING CO URSE.

In thi -. cour..;c the aim; ... to pn:pare the pupib to to.::ach dra,,-. in ).{ in a n y o ne of the primary or grammar grade,;, and abo to g:i1·e t ht•m pow..:r to i\1u-,tr;lle freely a n y -,ubjcct 11 hcrt i\lu-. t ra t ion wou ld he helpful The cour-.e i" a ..; fo llow-, : Skt:tc hing: from natu re. ma k ing: deco ra ti1·e :trra ng:emctH-. of flo wer.-.. hc rric,.:;., t::t c .. in ).{COmct r ic ftg: ure.-. : nwdd a n d object d ra 11 ing-: skt::tching: from tho: m o<k ·l po -,ing:: illu,.:;.tra til·o.:: sko.:tching npo u the blackboard and p:tpo.: r: mec hanical drawiug-. inc \ndiug: proj~::ction <~nd working: drawing:,:;.: con,..tru cti l·e d..:sig:u: hi .-.,tori c orn a ute nt and dt:corati l"t: dt·sig-n.

] n:-;tnKti,)n in t ht: mcthod,.:;. of pre:-<enti ng: th..: differ-

e nt hr:w c hc:-< of drawing- i,.:;. gi 1·cn throug-hom th..: cour-,t.:: . 1\I NI)ERG ,, RTE N TI{;\ 11<\' ING COU RSE

T hi:-< c-our-.c co 1-rc-,po ucb quite clo:-<dy to the reg-ul<~r no rma l cour:-<..: ~::xccpt that the mo rt: ach·:~ nCL'"<I mo.::chanical drawing: i:; o mi\1..:<1. :m el clay moclt:ling: -,nh,..titntecl.

T he in,..tr nction iu


nlt:.ht>t\ ...

1

pplie.., principally to the teachi n ).! of \·o.:n · lin k·

chihlro.:ll SlJB-JlJ \:IOR COURSE

.\ cunr..,e de..,ig-m:d to fit the pupil ... to do t he \rork of til<._· rq.:ular uormal ~'tl\lr,;...:

The work i ... ,..elect~·d from

tbo.:

t.:lt.:lllt.:llt:lryt.:O\lrSt.: CITY TRAINING COURSE

~L·kl'tt.:d parts of the reg-ular nornw.l co ur,;e .

:1.., 1HI1 C h

a,..

tho.:timeallm\·.., In all clas--.e ... the f0te da \·" oi th<.: year,;. are remembere<l. :md the pupib arc taug-ln to mak e ,;.im pk g ift,.,. ,..u •.:h a--. d ecora ted c1h:miar,;., book-marker'" . and cn n dy hox t:'" Talk,.. upon picture,.. ami t he (kcornt ion of t h e --.c hool-n )t J\ll

an: gi\·en to all cla -.-.e,.. a s often a-.. once a mo nth BIOLOGY AND NATURE STUDY DEPA RTME T.

Th is de partment ha ,.. th ret: room ,;.. n a mel y: a !t:ctn r..:- room. ami two laboratories fo r bota ny and ziiol og~ n:-.po.:ct i\-d } Tho.: lt:ctllre -room conta in,c. reading--tah\e,; and th<..: four hun -

dn:d book-. of the depa rtmt:Ht. and i.., fittcd up for :-.t~·reopticon wo rk The laboratori~:-. are well lighted :utd well equipped.

T h~;;y

have the u:-;uallabor:ltor~· furuiturc. :-<ink:-< with rttlming- wate1 ca-;t:-.. cabin<..:t:->. tilt:-topped tabk.-. with draw.-.:n; t\H iu,..trtlHietlt:-<, micro,;cope. locker,;. etc.

But i11 addition. thert: art: running-

wato.:r aqu:tria: compouud am\ ,;,impk miCt'<l'-COpt:"' for iadi \·idual work: imbedding npparatn,.; an l micotume i\)r pro.: pariug material for micro:->copic :-.tudy: humall ,.;ko.:h::ton and manikin: di,.:,,;ectiblo: models of t:y<.::, e:tr. aud hraiu: and tho.: hc,..t Gt:nnan chart-. for both botnny and r.ilolog-~

T here j,.. a



,II


large amount of 111\htmn material for illu~trating our nati\·e b ird:--. de Sine<:: a large part of the work of the department i~ a -;tud~ of Ji,·in)..:" nature, larg<: mun\ )t:r~ of type form,;, of plant-. ami a u im ab art: ktpt ali,·~: in the laboratories. each. a-; far a-; po'"' s ih k. with it :-> o u t -of-door em·iromnent.

Salt water aquaria

contain :--ta r -fish. ~ca anem011<:~. crabs. clam:-<. uerei~. ami tht.' lib:. bt.':--id~:,; mari11e alga:.

Fre:-<h water aquaria :-<how fi,.,h of

,-n rio u :-- :-<Ort:-< . eeb . tadpole~. aewt,;,. cray-fish: dragon-fly Jan· a;. l ~:t:c h e,.,, :<Hail,;, hedle:-;:

hydrx. <:tc .. and in addition. fre"h

\\":lh:r alg:c . pond wt:~:cb. etc.

\"i,·aria- iH:-<I.:ct cage,;,. mini:llllfc

sw:t m p:--. gardc u,;,. :mel the like-coHtain caterpillar". moth,;,, b uttc rfli es . dr:~go n - flits. crickets. ants. hcc,;. :->abmander,;. frog", toad,;. lizards. t urtle". :--nake,;,. !X:side-, fern:<. mo-,..;c:-;. lichen.;. lin::!"\\"Ort" . a n d many kind" of flowering plant-. T hc rt: is ..: n : r y opportunity to ,;tndy pla nt,; all(\ a ni mab from liYing-matcrial T he ai m oi the department is to prepare teacher'"' of nature stnd y fo r g radc sch ools: to teach them to :'<:<::. to n nd..::rstaml. to int erpret: to g- i,-e th l!\11 a b road aq n a int a n<:e a nd a larg-e Jnto.;re,tlll ll at n re. ELEMEN TARY COURSE B O"!'.\ :-- Y.

:'11 0 ~1 ' !1 0 1.0( ;\· . .\:-;" ])

P 1.. \ :0:TS.

Pll\'S !O l.O(; Y OF

F r.OW ERl:O:(;

( -J. hou r:-<. )

tsl li·rm a nd 211d Quark r 1!{ 211d

/1"1" 111 .

T h e life hi,;tory of flowe riug plan\~ fro m :-<el.."<l to -..eed C o m mo n fa m ilie,; of pla n t:-- :md 1heir rclation,;hip:-< a:< showu iu seed. flo w..:r. a m\ fru it. plant ,;.

1Je,;cr ipt ion ,; a ud dra wiu g-,; of twenty

ll erh:~riutn of f1fty ,;po..">Cilllell>i.

:'.l icrO:'<:Opic ,;tndy o f

\·eg-ctahlc ccll, protopb~m. chloro phy\ls. a ud lc:tf: o f pol ku nn e\ 0\' \l lc .

tiC. :

o i root. :<tcm.

Cros,;-fc rli lization


H\ll~d

:h

pJ. Ill hr 1t, ·-~1 dam.

_\\11 CII:Crl .. \1: (>]" Till:

hour-' and,; hour,.. b.hor:uory. \

2

funll'o,

yea-'t. !llOllld.

)'011(\·-'Cillll

[1!\erte

.LnH..:b.t, hYdra. -'tar-fi-;h, t.:arth-\nJnn. loh-;to.:r :u:d

The <'<1\Lr,..o.: includo.:" rdation-; of p!:mt" to animal". of

plant,.. :uHl ;mimab to man. e\·olu tion. t.:tc ']'hi" l'ollr"t.:. tog-ether with tht- lxn;my. form ... a fotmdntiott on whid1 c:m nHbt profitahl~· he \milt CO\ll""t:" in !W.I\Lr:Jl.-,tudy.

'l'hl·

~nb-Junior,;,, H.~-

graduate" who do not beeotllt.: nH,;IIl

lwr..,of th t.: Juuior cia -.,;, ha\·t: thi" "a!Ilt.:<:Our:-;<:

\".\ T\'Hl

~Tt-Jl\"

\'-'11

:'.IETI!Oll~

hour-, and ,; hour-;

1'-'

\".\"1'\"I<F

S"J'\"D\'

~ .;

b\x)rator~· . )

.\ ... tudy, in tht.:ir -'t-a-;on:-< and in tho:ir natural rt.:lation .... of

all tho.: form". plant and animal. which can lx: u ...ed to ;1(1\·nn tage in R"r:l<i<: work.

The cour.....:. tho.:ro.:fore. ~i\·o.:..., much

laboratory . . tudy of li\·i ng material. :md much fidd \\'Ork l'rnctice i. . g-i\·o.:n in -.tocking and keeping aquaria. our !tat in: bird-; art: -;tndit:d in th~: fidd.

Forty of

So.:t.:<b. :wd bulb-;,

and hu<b: iu:-<t:ch and tht::ir dt:\"C:lopmt::nt through th~: bn·a to tho.: :~dult:

no\\"o.:r-; and tho.:: rdntion-; of floweri'i to itL---t:<:l ... :

trt.:e,.., fern-;, l"IC .. form subjt:c\S of :-;tudy lu tho.:: fir-,t half of the Junior year then.: i." :1 di-;cu .....-.iotl of the aim-. of nat11rt: :-;tudy, it i'i plac..- in a school curric ulum. all(\ it ... rt.:lation:-; to oth~r snbj~cts. grad~

.\ co\tr,.;e of :-;tudy fo1

,..o.:ri~:s of lt.::-i:-iOll-' are In th~ st:eond half of the yt.:ar tho.:re is opportunit~ to tt.:ach 11:1\tlrt: -;tmly in th~ practice school with tho.:: direct

work is made ont. am\ le-.sons am\

plauned.

ho.:lp am\ . . npt::n·i . . ion of the normal <kpartmell\. T ho.: City Training-

classt:~

han: thi:-; ...ame cour-.c. with thL"

omi...,,-iou of tho.: practice school \\'Ork



1 \T.\LOI · I-£ Y\ 11

L<'\\lf

cn:cn ..\1 : o r

Til!:

hour,; a nd _; h o ur-. bbor:'ltory. l

.?

plant form,;. yea ,;t

mo u ld . poll(\ . ,;cttlll

ln\ert e

!1r.Uc typl""· :tm<eb. . hydra. ,;tar-fi ,;}t_ earth -worm, loh-.ter :w d dam.

The l"onr-.c inclnde-. rda tio n-. of plant .... to :tnimal,;. of

plant.., am\ anim:-~b to ma n . e1·o\ution. de 'J'hj.., l"onr,;c, togctla:r with the botany, form" :1 flHtndation o!l which can most profi tably he built cour,..es in ll:ttural "tudy. T he :->u h jun ior-.. II. S. g-raduates 11·ho do !lOt he<:omc 111em hl·r,; of the j u nior cla ,;s_ han: thi,; same cottr,;c ;.:QRM,\l COURSE :\ .I T\'J.t l'

S1T !l \

'"])

:>.iET!lOD~

1:\"

2'\ .\'J'l"J.I.l•:

S"ITD\"

( ,-;

ho ur-. and:; hour,; Jahomtory. )

.\ ... tnch· . in thcir ...casotJ:-and in their natural n.:lation". of all 1he form". pla nt and ani111al. which ca n be ll""cd to ach·au t:-~ge in g-r:ule work. The cour,.;e. thcrdorc. ).(in::.., much labora\Ory -.tndy of lil-itlg" material. all(\ mneh fidd work Pmcticc i,; g-i1·cn in "tocking- and keeping" :tqu:~ria. 011r n:-~ti1·c bi rds are -.tudicd in the field.

F orty of

S eed -.. :wd bulb,.;.

and hud . . : ithccts and their den:lopment through the bn·a to the adult: tr~;::e-..

flower,.; and thc r el:-~ ti o n,; of flowcrs to in,;ect":

fenh, (:tc .. fort\l subject,; of

,;tud~

lu the fir,;t hnlf of the junior ye:tr thcre i,.; a di.-.;cu,.. ... ioll of the nim,.. of nature stud~-. it:< place in a ,.:chool c urriculum. aud it-. rdatiotJS to other subj(:Cts.

.\ course of .-.\lldy for

g-rade \\"Ork is made ont. and le,.:,;on,; and ,;eric,; of Jt:,;-,on,; :tre pb111Led.

In th~;; -.ecOHd h:tlf of the yc:tr there i,; opport1111ity

to teach nature _...tndy i11 the practit:c school help :tud

,;up~:n·i-,ion

11

ith th<.: dir<.:ct

of the nornJ:tl dcpartmcnt.

The City Tr:tining- das,...t:S ha1·e thi-; same cour,;c. with tht: omi ...sion of the practice school \\"Ork




1\IIOill·:

I~L\\11

\OB\1.\1.

~('\100!

COURSE Of STUDY IN APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY /IIIII(JJ·

H. and (

/,'

'1'\u.: \\'Ork in thi~ conr~e con~i~t~ in a ~tndy of how to train

the mind.

Tho.: object i~ to teach the student tea<..·her how to

direct the mental Jll'oee,..,.;es oi tin: child ~o that the chil<l -.hall expenenee perecption..;, ido.:a~. alHl couccpts. and -.hall lo.:arn to judg-e and rea-..on. 'i'o thi.-, end certain typ<:~ of k~..;mb are ..;tudied. and th<..· pupils practice de,·e\opiug thongllt through oh~en·atioll, ~11!{ ­ ge-..tion . :md qne~ti<ming The type" of h.--.,..on" "tudio.:d arc 1

Oh~erYatiou Jt,...4)1b

.).

Concept le~soHs :\' arrati\·e or hi,.,tory aud literature k~~011~

J·:xperimeut \o,:,..,-otb -1-

:<.laterial for tho.:~c \o,:-.,;on" i~ take11 from :my of the ~uhject" -.tudied iu ,.:.chool :\ strong eour-,c iu general and espcrimo.:ntal p,..ychology ;,.. abo maiutained 11 \STORY. T he ,..tudy of hi-.tory is contiunon~ through the ckutcutary conr,..o.:. as

thi~ -..ccm~ to

mental training. om litH:: of thl:

be ju,..tified by it" ya\m:: a-. a 1\H:au" of

Tht: \\'Ork of the fir-..t yo::ar cou"i"t" oi an

hi~tory of the ea,..tt:rn uatiou,.; and critieal ~tndy

of the history of Cret:CC aud Rome. pit:<l ,,·ith tht: ..,tudy ol· the hi,.,tory. f<.:-,..,..iou:\1

The second year is occ u-

~l iddk

.-\ gc,.; am\ of

I·:ngli,.;h

Thi~ gi,·e..; the ,.,tudeut-.. a ba..;i,.; for intdligem. pro

,.,tud~

of the hi,.,tory ami J.!On:rnment of the l'nited

St rnt.:,.; Th rou)!.·honltht: cour."e in hi ..,tory th<..: relatiousof c:tn,.:.e nnd effect nrc carefully swclio.:cl. and the profes,.;ional pnrpo,.;e of


1 \T.II.O!;n: ,\:Sil CI!:CIL.\H Ill' TilE

the 11-ork j,.; h pt in miwl. The nnion of ei 1·ic,.; with history in the third y~·.tr of the ekmeuuuy cour..;e is reg"ar<led a,.; im -

pon:wt, ont . . ide rl·adiug-. under the directio n of the teacher. and tlw dis,·u-.-.inn of eurreut topic,; in tlH: eJn ..,., ar<.: found In

be aids to enthu-.ia-.til' -;Utdy of the past.

Tho.: -.tndy of local

and family hi-.tor~- is o.:neonrag:o.:d In the fir,.;t term of the profe,.;-..ional cour,.;e, mt:thod,.; of

teaching: histor~ ;UJ<i ci1·ic.c. are illu,..trated :wd dis<:us ...,ed.

In

the ,.;econd tL·rm of thi." cot1 r,.;e, while tlH.: "\1\(h:nt,.:. an~ prac -

ticing iu the schnob of ohsen·ation. a hrid period

j,;

studi<:d

intl·n,.;i1·dy. to den:lop in the young l!.:achers the habit of sdf impron:mL·nt L'H:Il iu the mid-.t of their work.

During- Seni or

B tdlll nH:tho<l.;, an: ag"ain di.;,ct1""C<i. thi-. timL· to g-ain a mor~ _g~nt:ral \'it:w of the n~quircment.;, in \'a rion" -.choob. rather

than to prepar..: for the 1\'ork of a particu lar g-radt: or cour,.;e of ,;tudy.

In tht: :-:.~uior A t<.::rm. and for po:-.t-g-raduate ~tu­

duus. th~·re i,.; opportu nity for the ,.;tndy of political ecoi\OH1~ This i,.; not tau ght a.; a theon:tical and ab,.;tra<.:t sc:ience. h u t

:lS

a practical e><po-.ition of such ,.;nbject,.; a:-. th~ rig"hts of capital. th(' e1·il of -.trike,.;, :1ml the duty of hont""\Y in 1noney matter,.;. It is found to lx: ont" of the most n.;dul and interesting- subjt"CI" of the cour-...: iu hi-.tory For tin: City Training"

cl:l:-<:-<,

from the citi..:-. of Pawtnck('t

and Pro1·idcnc..:, nn opportunity i,; prO\·idcd for a r..:l·ic\\' of l'nitt:d Sun~,; hi.;tory and ci1·ic-.. ,,·ith ..::-.p..:<.:i:d rden: nce to th..: prof('.;sioual 1·:due of the work for tho.;e \\'ho art: so soon to bt: trnincd to ht:

tt:ach~r"

in our cit1' schools.

For tho-.t: 1\'ho t:tllt:r from hig-h .;,ch(XIh. and fnil to

JXISS

sati,.;f:lctorily our t"X:lluination in hi-.tory. a tt:nu·s work i:-. pro\·idt:d. con-.i-.ting- of a Tt:\·it:\\' of the hi-.tory of the l 'nitt:d Statb. ,,·ith "]X:cinl ('mphn-.i,., upon th..: rdation of E uropean

history to that of our

Oll'tt

country




GEOGRAPHY At pre,;.eut the work in '>ecoud krill geography cou,;i,;.t-. iu th..: -.tudy of home -.urrounding:-. ·geographical form'>. force'>. proc..:-.-.e,;.. in repn:-.cutiug .l{eiJ.I{rapical form". in tracing tht.: more oh,·iou-. cau,;e,; and dfo..:ct,; of ob ...en·ed pho..:non1t.:ll:l, iu pre ...enting to the imagination <.."<l1Hlition,;. :md pnK'e,;,;e,; which ca unot he ob... er\"(.>d.

l'u pib u:-.ually Jearu that go..·og:raphy i-.

o111-of-doors and not in hooks-that it con-.i-.t:- iu fiudiug out how peopl<;: Ji,·..: upon the earth. De,;cripti,·e matter is read Ju the fifth term. with mort: mature mimJ..; and bt:tter kuo,dedge of related -.ubject-., tho.: ahon~ work is extended o\·er larger fidd,;. and made more emphatic The Sub-junior work include" all of the ahon: which timt: and the ability of the cJa ...:< allow. Th e junior cla,.;s ha ... had two Jc,;.:<on-. a week for half a tt:nn in method,; of tcachiug: geography. the Senior year three

J...-:-,.,011..,

Dmiu.~ the fir,;.t half of

a wet:k for half a term haYc

hcc n g-i ,·e11 in method,;. of teaching. :'-Jo,..t of their mi::lhod work consi,;t,.. in the t..:achcr,; gi,·ing le:--.on,., to the !<tndcllt:-. who a:-,..nm..: the tripk role of childrt:n. pro!<pt:ctiYe to.::achcr, and cri tic,.;.

.\ pparatn:-. :md ,,·ay,.; and mo.::au!< are di:<Ct1-.-.t:d.

Certaill text -books arc u,.;ed. and their piau,; di"c11"sed In all geogr:tphy c\:1.:-:-e:< ... ome reading. :-dected by the tc<tchcr. i,;. ro..:quircd each wet::k. and reading matter for children E:tch City Traini11g c\:1..,,; goe-.

O\"l'f

a ... much nf the abm·..:

g:rotmd :1." timt:: permit:PHYSICAL SCIENCE. l't t\"!'lC:-'. - Th c b:t-<i-. of the \\"Ork iu phy,;.ic-.

j..,

cxpcri111cnt .

:111<1 the time j,., about eqn:tlly di,·ido..:d between laboratory work


I~

C\T\l.O{<t-1-:

\\ D ('IIHT I.\1\

( 1]-"

T il l'

hy tin: pnpib ami cia~ " de mo n,.. tratio n by the tca<: h cr, a id ed hy the pupil-. .\ttcntiou i-.. cothtantly directed to t h e need of cJo-,c all(\ accuntc oll"en·atiou oi g:i\·en cond it iou-, and re-,ulting change-,. a nd the pupib arc held to a ju ~tl y lim ited inference from oh~cn·cd

phcnometla.

T ho~c

fac t-,. princ iple-,. :md laws which

ha\·c thcir application in thc coml\to \1 affair~ of da il y lift: n: cci\"t.: ,c. pecia l cothidcra tio n . a nd thc pupil"-,

p r r.:: \· i o u~

t: xpc ri -

cnce,c. a re appcal<:d to for co nfirmation or rd ttt ati o n of the co n d th io n~ dra \nt fro m thr.::ir c x pcrimem-... ~t ml y . 11<>/ rln:~';,/(1 /

."cicntilic

Th c m e thod of

disw<"O)'. i-, the pri m ary p ur po-,e

of the c :-.: peri m cntal work Co n~i dcra ti on j -,

)..!"i\·cn to de\·i ,..ing and cotJ -.truct in g: ,.,uch

:-im plc ap pa!"<\tl! " a ... will il!u ,..trate fairly well -.. udl fa c t~

prio c i plc~

and

of

phy~ics

ele m e n tal"~

as an: adapted to p rt:se nt at ion

in the grammar schoob CnE:.tt~TI< \".

! H chcmi :-;try t iH: tim e i:-; abo ut t:(pJally di,·ided

hctwecu iHdi,·iduallahorator\" 1\·ork a n d th corct ica l cla:-,; \\"Ork Th(: aim

j,..

primarily to hdp tht- pupi l-.. to a good

dcm t: nt a r ~

knowledge of the :-;uhject . both tht-ort- tica l am\ pract ica l : n nd ~(.-coudarily.

to cOThider helpful way,.. of pre-.e ut in j..!" th e ele-

llH:nt:try fact-. of chcmi-..try to you n g- pupib T h~

laboratory work

i~

a rra tJ _gtd a n d con d ncto.:d with a \·ic 11

to securing. Ott t he part of the pupib. fir:-t. a n a c qnaint a n c~::

with the Ha\ltre a m l properties o f

th~::

appa ratus aud mat.::riab

used. togt:t h er \\"ith fac ility in th e manipulation of same : :-.(:CO!ld _

th c habi t o f clo:-.e ob,;o.:n·ati (Hl of th o.: physical aud

c h ~ mi cal

a ,. a

ha -.. i ~

p ropertie,.. of th e commo u clcmenb and <:On !po und ,., fo r theoretical ch e mi,.,t n·

In cia -.-. work it i-; iu:-.i ... ted th nt tho.: pupib m a ke a n effort to o btnin a 11 iutt.:lli g-l·nt tmde rstaudiug- of a tomi c tho.:ory of tho: co n,;titutiou o f m atte r a nd of the nature o f c he mical rc -actions T o this ~nd , a free lt'ie of the blac k board i,.. made in 1\T it i ug




;nolcc ular fonttub: :1 11<1 chc!ni,·al CIJU:ttion-.. k m~ in\·oh· in~ wci ~ h ed

Ch•·mical Jm'h

quantitiL·-. oi the ,uh-.tance.-.

u~ed

form

a n import:\11\ pan of t hi-. work Each dementi-. "tiHiied topically a-. folio\\" " • ft,.. occurrence p reparat ion. u,;c~. bet~

phy~ica\ propertie~.

chl:lnical

prnpertic~. tc "t~.

ami

a~

tlw

Co mpo und,; arc tn:atcd in a ,;imi!ar \\"a y a-. far will ]X:l"ln it. t h ough morc emphasi ,;

i~

na tu rally g i\·cn to

thei r comm !.: rcial u tauuf:H: tnrc :Hid th<.·,;

ENGLISH LANGUAGE.

Ta m 1.- Thc work of the tt:r!ll in Eng\i,;h include,; l.

Tho.: hbt o ry of tho.: l·:ng\i,h bngttagc with ,..tudy in

II .

1·:11 g"li,.;h co1np<biti011 wit\1 special carc in rc~prd

to

choice o f word .. . con -.tnKtion of ,;clHt:ncc". paragraphing-. and ptmct ua ti o n.

Thi s work include" a cour,;c in letter-writing.

and abo wri ttc u excn:iso.:". which aro.: critici ,..ed by the h:achc1 in the p rc-,c ucc of the .-.tiHicllt E:-.; <;J.t:--11 CH .\\Dt \ H. -

Ii·rm .?.- In thi,; c\3."" the ,..tru ctnn~

of the Eng \i,..h l:m g-u age i,.; ,..11\d icd. :m d much time j,.. ,;pent in a u:~\y,;i,.. of .-.~:: nt c n cc " .

\\"o rk iu Eug\ i,..h C"OiliJ>O>'itiou i,.. cou-

tinm:d J-::-.;(;!.t:-;11 (~H .\~1~1 .\H . - Term 6 .- Thc strncturc of the Eng \ish lang-nag-t: i" ho.:rc more colnprdH~nsi\·e\y ,..ltldied. and

:1

broader \·io.:\\" i.-; obtrtined afto.:r a .-;\!!ely of other laugua~·c,.. and of rhetoric.

RcCel\1 gramm:tt ical tho.::ories art di.-;cu,;,;ed. and

the students lx:comc f:"!utili;u· with the hbt grmnmar,; 1·::-:< : u.-;lt CH .\~I~t .\1{. -.\·u b :/ llllil>r. - l,ikc '1\:nn 6

J-::-.;(:!.1:-;1! :0.\ HTIIOD;o;.--:lunior H. - .\ cour,;e of ,..tud~· f01 grade work in language , grammar. aud conq)():>ition wo rk j,.. planned.

Sotl!"Cc" arc iun·,..tigato.:d. and materia l and mctho<b

arc discu,..,..cd


1"\T.\I.I)(;lJ:

'i'IIJ-:\!I \\'n~<:~-.:.

\:\]) ( li!CI ]\I! O F "!Ill:

R<.:gular IHitt~· JJ paper~ ll"ith

/mlior .-1.

in(li1·idual nitici"m an: plaHHL·d forthi.,cla "" 1·::-.:~;u,;u

(;H \

\I \H

(

lfr IJ

Lik~·

Term () a11d Su b-

Junior E:-.:1;1.!:--H

:'lli·T!I<Jll:--

.J

( i/1

l.ih: Eng-li-.h :'lkthod -.,

junior B ENGLISH LITER.ATUR.E

In thL· t.:kmeutar~· l'O\Jr"t.: in Engli"h lit<.:ratur<.: th<.: aim is to ha1·c the -.tndt.:HI" g-ain a g-cut.:ral l"it.:l\" of 1h~.:: :-;.ubjt.:ct in such a \\"ay that a

lit~.::rar~-

t:bte

ma~·

he culti 1·atcd.

111 the regular norma l tmi11ing- COH I"st.:

att~.::Htion

i.. gin·n to

some of the loug-cr Eugli-.h JX>tms nnd pro-.L' work:<. ll"hich may be

stmli~.::d

ll"ith profit ami plea-.ure by tho:-;.c pupils 11·ho

ha1·c completed the dementary co urse.

Among

th~.::

forms of

literature recci1·iug- attentio n are the <.::-<:<ay. the ballad, tht. "onnt.:t. the ode, the drama. and the -.hort "tory. for childn.:11

j.,

Literati! I"<.:

di.,cus:<ed . and courses iu reading adapted to

children of differL·tlt agl:'i and of difft.:relll opportunities an.; 1rorked ont.

In ordN to encourage

1\"id~.::

and rapid reading,

the studeut-. n..:port in the da:<s on the reading they ha1·e doue that ll"a-. not pn.:.,crilx:<l.

:\ot only i-. the cnlttm.:: \·aluc of

th~.::

:-.ubject highly regarded. hnt abo its influence upon charnctc1 R.tt ETOR.IC

Rhetoric has to deal not :<0 umch with w h a t is rig ht 01 \\"rong a" ll"ith what is better or

wor~t:.

.\ ttention is gi1·en to

the judiciou:-; choice aud ..;kiJlful placing- of 11·ords. to the making of ..,t:nlt:ncc-. and of paragraph". to the d<.:tcrmin;ttiou and de\·~.::lopment of thcnu:s.

.·\"facility in writing may come

from practice iu writing. much \l"fith:u \\Ork i:-; required After "ll).:-gc .. til·e critici:--m from the teacht:r. the -.ll\dell\ re\l·rite..;.

The -.11!dt:Jl\ aims to gain cl~.::arue-.-.. fore .... correctnc:,.;:-;,




and l!l:'>tl~ deg<lnce in writ in).:". dedce" i,.:, tan).:"hl.

The nse of figures am\ other

The four mode,; of writing-- -dc,;eription,

uarration. expo:<ition. and arg-nm•.:ntation arc di:<tingui"hecl. :md writing in each mode i.; required.

TIH: kuowlcdgc g:ained

in the <.'b ...... in rhetoric i-. applied in tht: \Hlrk in the literature

GERMAN. The work of the fir-.t ycar include-. eknH:!ltar~· (~erman g'r:! llllll:ll':

transl<ltiou of .;implc prose, both prepared :md

-.i).{ht work: dictati011: compo-.ition: com·er:-:ation.

Spccial

cmph<l-.i:-: i,.. ];1id on the intellig..:nt r•:ading- of German and upo u the undcr'il3nding of :-:poken (~ermatL an: conducted iu thE: l:mguag:c a-. br

a_,

Thc recitatio n-.

i:< practical.

The

work of the -.ccond year iucltHh::-. more a<h·anced gTammar, connL-<:tcd pro:-:c compo,...ition. and a ,tndy of one or more of the work-. c:~ch of Le:-:-.ing-, Schiller. r~nd G Okthc

Mf,THEMAT\ CS. (~1·:0~11 ·:'1'1.: \'. - Th..: fir.--1 work iu thi:< .;uhjt:ct :-tim:-: at the

acqni,ition of th<:: data and :-:impler trnth:< of g-eon>etry through lnea,...!!r<:!tlent. drawi11g'. C011..,trt1Ctim1. 3nd :--uperpo ... itiOtl.

l."icld

\\'Ork form..; tho: ba,_i.., of much of the cla:<:--·room iu:--tructiou.

(~radually the t::-t:<ier dcducti\·c proof:< arc iutrodt!Ct::d. and in the fonrth tL·nn the work i:-: whoJJ~· demon,tr:-tti\·c. Rigorou:< rea:-:onin~ and perfect form of c:-:pres.;ion are the end:-: :--011ght Tho: ... tnde nt i:< Jed to cot t,tt'nct hi:< 0 \1'11 demon:-:tration,.. of \ u:1·:11J.:. \.- T hi:< conr:--e con:r" tla: principk:-: of alg:ehr:l

throu~h :lffcctt:d qn:ldmtic eqn:ltiou". The funcl:tmcnt:ll H:ltnrc of the eqn:1tion. fmctiOn:ll :lncl 1\<.:).{:lti\·c t::q:~:.ment:<. :l!Hl mc\icab arc empha:<izo.:d.

Facility in J.:"r:l"'Ping the condition-- of

prohkm:< and qnickn<:::--" :md accnrac~ work :lft: kt:pt con '-tantl~- in min(\

in oral ancl written


.\L(;J.;BR.\

\C\11

(~1·:11\II·:TRY

:'IIJ·:TJ!()!):o>.- J•:acJI -, u bj\:Ct i:-

;HJaJytl:d with the purpo-.t.: of making a ,.;dt.:(.'tion of 111;1tt:rial for k:-.-.ou,.; iu g"r:unmar grade-.. rdation to 1lrawing. ami both arithmo.:tic

(;eOIIlt:try i-. "'uhj~:cb

l'it.:w~:d

in it-.

in tlh.:ir n.:lation-, to

\lt.:thod-.nf tlaching-are di,.;cu-.-.ed aud illu-.trated TRAINING IN TEACHING.

The School of

Oh-.en·~ltion

a!!(l

!ntroductor~

t~racticc:

i.-.

conduct~:d

in the huildiug awl con-.i"'t" of a ki!Hh:rganc: n a nd a room with a regular kach<:r for e;1ch gr;1de from t ht: fir:-.t through tht: uinth

cour"'e in

~ear,

J~dagogy

In connecti1l11 11ith th<:

introduc t or~

the -.tudent:< oi the juuior cia -.,.. han:

yi,.;itt-d and -,\lldied ... y-.tematically each room. makin).!' oral and written report.

Thc-.e

r~:pon-.

ha1·e furni-.hed concrt'le ma-

terial for the di-;<.•u-..;ion. nnd n basi.., for the ... tudy of in ... trn ction. mnwlgemt:JI\ , and gol'l::rmn<:nt. hour a day

l'rnctic(; i.-, allowed

01 1!.:

The :-;choob for prncti<.-t.: are e:;tabJi,;hed at pre,;e u t in Prol·i<knce at Smith -.tred. in l'awtncket at Chern· -,tre<:t. in C rn n,;ton at Eckn Park.

Each of the,;<: ,;choo] .. eon .. i.. t:- of room:-.

undt:r th(; ,;tl]}(;J'\·i-.iou of a training tt:ncher 1\'ho direct,; tht: 1\'0rk a11<l i" re,;pon .. ibh: for the n:«ult-.. by HH::mber,; of the St:nior cia:-"'.

T he tenching- i-. done

During the la-.t tcr m . a nd

nfter completing the ach·anced cou r"'e in p<.:dagogy nnd P"Y· cholo~y aud in mt:thocb of im;truction . e:1ch ,-;e nior h a ,.; c h nrgt: of .1 room a ... t~:ach<.:r for half a term. un clcr t he dirt·cti o n :md critici"'m of the trninin,!{ teacher PHYSICAL TRAI NING.

Phy,;icaleducntiou i:-. held to be the ba ... i-, for nil "'ound ed n Instruct ion in hygie ue i..., prO\· ided fo r in th(; eo tl r~"-'·"· and the




J:IIODt; ISL\'\1) '\Oil.ll\1. ,.;("IJOOI

17

phy-.iologit•a\ habits of -.tnd~uts han~ p~rsonal attentiou from to..·ach~r-..

the

\\"ith

th~

It is

o.:XJ~Cted

of all -.\!!dents that they com pi~

coudition,.; of health in

th~

matters of dress, outdoor

exer·t·i-.e . ..,Jeep. c:-h.:aHlino.:ss. food. o..·tc .. a..; faithfully :h they are o..'XJX:Cto.:d to perform all otho.:r duties MORAL CULT URE lrr a normal ,.;ChO<)\ it is moral-.

I~

maintfliued.

impcrati1·~

thnt a high standanl of

Ex ct.:li<:llt onkr um,..t pre1·ail: polite

heh:\\·ior. correct habits. and an upright course nmst characto.:rit.e c\·ery oue holding membt:rship in a school of this kill(\ But

th~

cxo.:rci:<<: of authority in the form of di,.;cipline

no.:1·er to he ncc<::<sary. to

Con .. picuou-. lack of will or of

ou~ht abilit~

exerci.-.o.: .- .df-control and to regulate eomlnct hy the dic-

tates of duty and propril"ly i:<

corr..,ido..·r~d

pl:rin e1·idcncc of

nnfrtw..:ss for th e ,·ocmion of to.:achirrg: _\bumbJH occasious ari:<o.: iu tho.: progrc-.:< of :<drool lift: for the to.:,.;ting of moral ch:rracto.: r and the exercisi ng of tho.: ,·irttro.:s ,,·Jtich :tre indispensable to the

tt.::~ch-:r.

The cnlti1·ation of

:-.uch q ualiti es a ..; indn ,.;try . patio.:IIC<:. g:encro,.;ity. :<elf-de ninl ami eantcst n e%

j,.;

as positi1·cly expected of the normal studo.:ut

as thc c ultil·a tioll o f tho.: into.:lk:ctnal power,;.

Th'"" intercour,.;o.:

between sw dc nt s :md betl\·een teacher:-; and ,.;Utdo:nt ..... if it i:< character i;cd by freed0111 and franknc,.;,.;, by "Y111Jl:1.thy all(\ 1111ttual ho.:lpfulues:<. l>cco111es a powcrful growth of moral charactt:r.

It

i~

iunueuce in the

hcrc a-.sumcd that tht: be"t

typc of 1110ral char<Kter is e:-."c111ial in the tnrc tcachcr CO URSES IN PEDAGOGY. l'cdagog~·

is t<Hig"ht throng-hout the comse.

.\ lithe \·arious

authorities art: u-.ed , and swdy is made of special subjects of ,·altte to pr(l .. pectil·e tcacho.:rs.


MIN ERALOGY. Th ~<

,.1

gc of •h ~·

~ 111111

nn

mm~·r.d"

.md to prt:pan: Tit~

t....... ,u-. otl nnn r d" tn dlildrcu_

"1rk 1-.

1ro\HI..:il

l.dH>r tt"r'

'['h.._.

of miu,·rih 11ith

th~

... \tui~JH-. to

tir-.t p:trt of

th~

1•r hy our 1rell-cquippcd mincraln).(ical

iution perind,., arc dt:Ulkd In the "tlld) 1·ie\\ to teaching them.

KINDERGARTEN TRAI NING CLASS. The

ki111ic1").::.lrt~·n

i-. intcn(!...'li to

~i1·

cour.;e

cnn~r"

a period of two yt:ar.; ami

'"the pupib not only a know led~<: of the

principle-. :md pr.Kticc of Froebd'-. ,.,y,.,tcm of child den:!opmcnt, hut al-.o a clear idc.t of the _-,cheme and -.cope of <:ducntion throughout t he dcmctltary -;choob. two year,.. i,.,dil"i(kd a ... folio,,-,. /-irs/ J"mr

garteu. u"ing- a-. lt:»t-book-; Kiuder~arten.

The IHlrk of the

-.\ "tudy of Froebt:\'.; theory of the k indcrand su,.,;tn

plementary rcadiug

Frochd":--

BIOI\· ...

Kric.~.::·;-;

\'t_·dagogi<.·,.; oi t he

Symbolic Education.

Child:

S up-

Bowen'-. F rodJc! all(\

Educatinu by S ..:lf-.\t·til·ity: Elizabeth

ll :~rri:-;on·,..

St ud,- of

Child 2'\ature :'. ioth..:r-PLiy, a critil·al ,.;tudy of

F ro .... bd",., great 1\"0rk.

Tht: :'.l otht:r- Play, i-. commct!Ccd thi " year a nd continued throug-hout the tii"O year.... Cift,.; ami occupatioth.lcctun::;-; u pon the the a nd :-;iguificancc of the Frochdian mat<:rial CO!Hium: throughout t h e lir,;t year X:nurc -.tudy, p-;yclwlogy, hi,.tory of t.:d ucation . dm ll"ing, and ~ymna-.ium abo form an important feature of t hi ,.; ,-ca r·s work. Throughout th~: year "tudeut ,.; ar<: oh~cn·i n g in the kiu<lergarten C0111H:t'tt:d

11 ith

the Xonna l School. a nd d uriug- the b.st




.HJ

!:llODE 11>1.\'\ll :\OIDL\1, :-;('11001..

half -.ome slig-ht practice work is required from

th~·m

under

the din:ct 1>llpo::r\'i-.ion of the training teacher and the kilJ(\ct g:artelltcacho::rs 'i<'f/11/d

tic:~l

J 'rar.·

The prittcipal work oi thi-. year i-. the prac-

applic:ltion of metho<b :md principle,.;, studied tho:: fir-.t

yo:::~r.

to actual

to:::~ching

iu kill(lerg-artetl:->.

l·:ach ... tudent i-.

requirL-<1 to 1>[><:U<\ the forenoon of each school day in ,.;omc kiudt.:r).prten to 11 hich sho:: is ddi.uitdy appoimed. :111d to g-i1·e. at tho:: di~>cn:tio u of the to::achcr. ck:mou,.,tratiOil.'> of her abilit1 to teach and :~pply the pedagog-ical priuciple" upon \\"hich ba»(;d. The afternoon -. 1rill be (h:1·oted to \\"Ork at

te:~ching j,..

th(;

~ or mal

Sc hool. which \\"ill compri1>(; the followiBg- ,..ubjcct-.·

psychology contiutH:d: pedagogy: :>.l othcr- Pby. a cotttillu:ttion of the ,,·ork commenced the fir:<t year: E dncati<m of :'ll an, continuing: throug-hotlt th(; y(;ar: dra11 ing: cla ... -.e,.. for programme wo rk

song:" and ga me:-; liB~A~Y.

Th e library is fully e<ptipped \\"ith modern rdcrcnce book,... c urr..:n t Jit..:ratnrc and book,... report,... and pamphkt,.. of general impona nco.: to the school. The da,..,..ificmion and admin· i:<tratiou of the li brary :~re t.·ntirdy ntodo.:m





Rhode Island Normal School Alumni Association. Presidt nl· :'1\1< S

[)~ J.: \ >

lit ' I~ I.E Y Ill. \ L K , ','h),

<J03 llrandt .\\·<.:11\W, !'m,·i,knn·

Vice-President :'1\J.ts. :'1\t:\:-:t•'· ])nw C11.\SF. 'Si. zss \\' illiam:-.

Str~d.

Pro,·idence

Secretary and Treasurer: 1.10 Broad Stred. l' :~wlttckcl

Treasurer of Alumni Fund :'11

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