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Summer Session 1958

Pacific Lutheran College TACOMA 44, WASHINGTON

Bulletin



SUMMER SESSION BULLETIN

SCHOOL CALENDAR SUMMER SESSION-1958

Re ,istration begins 8:00 a.m. Classes b<;gi n 7 :30 :Ull . ... .

........ ........ Friday, June 9 to

14-

.. .............. .....Monday, June

16

Independence Day, a h oli d ay .... First Term ends �'('('ond Term class.-'s b"gin 7:30

a.m.

...Friday, July

4

. .. . Wednesday, July

IG

.... Thllrsday, July 17

�"llllll(T S ess ion doses..

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A u g us t 15

FIRST SEMESTER -1958-

... Monday, Sept

Rl'gistration and Freshma.n Days ...

Classes begin 7 :50 a,m, ""tid-scm'st('\' Thanksgi"ing Recess begins 1:.'::10 p.rtI.

. .. Wl'dn<',dny, November 2G

Thanksgi\'ing ]{(,ccss <'IHls 7 :.'i0 :\.1'11. Chri stm a s Recf'ss

J:i - Saturday, S('pt. 20

..Nlon day , September 22 ..... Saturday, NO\'l:mbcl' 15 .Nfonday, Dceernber

begins :1:30 p.m.

1

........ Friclay, December 19

-1959-

.. M on d a y, Jan ua ry

Cllristmas Rec"ss ends 7:50 a ,Ill,

SClllcster ('nds ......

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..Thursday, January 29 SECOND SEMESTER -1959-

.. Saturday, Jan. :J I and Monday, Feb.

Registration for nl'W students.. . . :lassl;'S Irgin

.. ... Wednesday, March 25

East'r Rt.:eess begins 9:00 p,m. Easter Recess ('nus 7:50 a.l1I . ...

\1 id-s(,mester.......

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T ue sday , Mar c h 31

.. .. . ... ....... .... Saturday, April

't

. . Saturclay, May

30

....... Sunclay, M[\y

31

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Memorial Day, a hol iday.. ... }-;nccalaul'cate S ervi c!' s

2

. .....Tuesday, February

7:5 0 a,lIl.

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11 :00 a.lll . ..

Commencc;ment ::1:30 p.m . . . . ... .... .

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.... Sunday, May 31

.

..May 28, 29 and June

Exarnina lions............... .

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PACIF'IC LUTHERAN COLLEGE BULLETIN MARCI-I 1958

VOLUME XXXVIII

Publishecl

quarterly

by

Pacific

Luth('\':llI

Coll('ge,

NUMBER I

Tacoma

44·,

\¥ashington.

Jl Ia t t J'l' S('p1t'lIIher 1, 195:1, at thl' post officI' land, Washington, unckr th(' Aet of COllgress on :\ugllst 24, 1912.

Entered as second-cbss

at

Park­


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SUMMER STUDI ES FOR . . . • Those desiring special studies in Liberal Arts. • Teachers who wish to meet requirements for certificqtion and/or Cldministrative credentiCils or who desire additional training for promotion and self improvement. • Graduates working towClrd Cln advanced degree, Master of Arts in Education or Bachelor of Education. • Undergraduates working toward

bachelor's degree.

CI

• Enter.ing Freshmen who desire to initiCite their col'lege ca· reers. • School Administrators seeking practical cour'ses which will (lid them in their specialized tasks.

Administrative and Other Officers

President

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S. C.

EASTVOLD

Dean of the College............. ..................... ............PHILIP E. HAUGE Business Manager

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S. C. EASTVOLD

Assistant to the President in chorge of Finance ....... CECIL O. VANCE Registror

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Dean of Men

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Dean of Women

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Director of Teacher Education Librarian

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Director of Public Relations Director of Foods

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LESLIE O. EKLUND

MARGARET D. WICKSTROM

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PH III P E. HAUGE

.

ANNA MARN NIELSEN

FRANK HAMILTON HALEY ROY E. OLSON

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FLORENCE QUAST


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VISITING FACULTY EVE LYN BUCKLEY B.A., M. �d., University of Washington. Educational Psychologist, Shoreline Public Schools, SeattlE'.

HARO LD J. EVANS B.A., Pacific lutheran College; M.A., Columbia University. Administrative Assistant, Franklin Pierce School District, Tacoma.

ANG E L O G I AU D R O NE B.A., M.A., Washington State College; Ed.D., Harvard University. Superintendent, Tacoma Public Schools.

HAR O L D F. GRAY B.A., Pacific lutheran College; B.Ed., M.A., College of Puget Sound. Principal, Clover Par'k High School, Tacoma.

JAMES M. HAGEN B.A., St. Olaf College; M.S., Washington State College; Graduate work, Washington State College, University of South Dakota. Veterans Administration Trainee, American Lake Hospital, Tacomo.

IRENE HA I R B.A., Black Hills Teachers College; M.A., Colorado State College of Education; grad· uote work, University of Minnesota. Curriculum Director (Elementary), Pierce County.

R OBE R T HA L L B.A., University o f Washington; graduote work, University o f Washington. Superintendent, Fife School District, Tacoma.

MA R G ARET A. KEBLBEK B.A., Western Washington College of Educotion; M.A . , Central Washington College of Educ.ation. School Psychologist, Tacoma.

A L BE R T S CH I MKE B.A., Eastern Washington College of Education; graduate work, University of Wash· ington. Driver Education Teacher, Franklin Pierce High School, Tacoma.

ELEANOR VO LBER D I NG M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago; post.doctoral. Ohio State University and University of Vienna. Professor of Educatian, Narthern Illinois University.

KATHE RYN E. WHI TE B.A., Western Washington College of Educotion; M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University. Principal, Burien Heights Elementary School, Highline School District, S..attle.


SUMMER

SESSION

BULLETIN

REGULAR FACULTY ELVIN M. .... KRE, B.A., M.A.

......History

HERBERT M. AXFORD, B. Comm., M. Comm., Ph.D.

.... Economics

GRACE ELEANOR BLOMQU 1ST, B.A., M.A.

....English

VERNON C. CARLSON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.

....Educotion

OSCAR R. DIZMANG, B.S., M.A.

......Economics

LESLIE o. EKLUND, B.S., M.A.

. ...Psychology

HELEN ENGER, B.A., M.A. .

.Physicol Education

.

R. BYARD FR ITTS, B.M., M.Mus.

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JOHN EDWARD GAINES, B.A. , Petro Engr.

Music

. .....Geology

GORDON O. GILBERTSON, B.A., M.M.

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AP-NOLD J. HAGEN, BA, M.Ed., D.Ed . .

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. . Music .

. .......Education ..General Science, Mathematics

OLAF M. JORDAHL, A.B., M.S., Ph.D. THEODORE O. H. KARL, B.A., M.A.

....Speech

LARS EVERETT KITTlESON, B.S., M.S., M.F.A.

. ..............Art .............. English

RAYMOND A. KLOPSCH, B.S., M.A. ERICH CARL KNORR, B. A., M.A., Ph.D.

..Political

Science, Sociology

ANNE E. KNUDSON, B.A., M.A

..... English

JOHN G. KUETHE, A.B., B.D., S.LM . ..

.... Religion

OTTILIE ELISE LITTlE, A.B., M. A., Ph.D.

. .....German

ELINE KRAABEL MORKEN, B.A., R.N.

. ...... ....... . Health ........ _Music

GUNNAR JOHANNES MALMIN, B.A., B.M. I-.NNA MARN NIELSEN, B.A., M.A.

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.Education . .History

MAGNUS NODTVEDT, B.A., A.M., Th.B., Th.M., Ph.D.

.Chemistry

ROBERT C. OLSEN, B.S., Ph.D. .... BURTON T. OSTENSON, B.A., M.S., Ph.D.

.. .Biology

ARNE KENNETH PEDERSEN, B.A. in Educ., M.A.

.Education

JESSE P. PFLUEGER, B. A., B.S., C.T., D.O., L.H.D.

Philosophy ..English

t'ERBERT R. RANSON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. KELMER N. ROE, B.A., B.Th., M.Th.

.

CEORGE ROSKOS, B.A. Art Ed., M.A.

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.

.... Religion

. ............... Art

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JOSEPH E. RUNNING, B A., M.A. H. MARK SALZMAN, B.A., M.A..........

.

.... General Science, Mathematics ...Physical Education

.

WALTER CHARLES SCHNACKENBERG, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.

........ History

THEODORE C. SJODING, B.A., M A., Ph.D.

..... Education

JANE G. SMITH, A.B., M.A. KRISTEN B. SOLBERG, B.A., Ed.M., Ed.D.

.......... Speech .

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.Psychalogy, Education

WILLlIAM L. STRUNK, B.A., M.S., D.Sc.

. .... Biology

HAROLD M. TETlIE, B.A., M.B.A. VERNON A. UTZINGER, B.A , M.A., Ph.D. RHODA H. YOUNG, B.A., M.S.

...... Economics .

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.

...... Speech

... Physical Education


S U M M E R S E S SIO N

B U LL ETIN

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SPECIAL FEATURES R E ADI NG C E N T E RS June 16

-

July 16

Experienced teach TS are l o oki n g for pracli al c ou r s es during the summn sessions. They want s Ol ll e th i n g that can be used din.:ctly in the dasHoonL It has been the p oli cy at Pa ci fi c Lutller'ln College to lllak<; the COlllplcte progrant of this naturl:. Two courses are being offered this suIllmer that should be of particular value to the tcachers wishing help in thL' teachir,!;. of reading for the child whcl has had difficulty. These L'OllrSeS arc: '

Educ.

449-Reading Center Workshop

Two hours

Clinical study of reading problems and suggested eOIT'ctivc measures. To be taken concurn:ntly with Educ. 469. Educ. 469-Directed Teaching in Readin(j Centers

Directed schools.

obscrvatlon and

To

be .taken

teaching

concurn:ntly

in

'SUlIlIllfT

Four hours rCll1f'dial classes

in pu blic

with Educ. ++9.

Tlw reading C 'lllers and wor ksh ops will bl' hrld at two lorations, The one in the Shoreline district will be at tht: Crornw 'll Park Eknwntary S c h ool 18009 Corl iss Seattle :53, and the: ont' in the Highlin!;" District at th' Gr egory Heights Eknwn tary School, 162](;-19th Ave, S,W., S e att le 66. ,

,

The!'e will bt: scvnal gr ou ps of c hild re n at each of th' centers ranging in age frolll third grade to beginning high school. The coll·ge students will be as;igl'lf'd to a classrOOlll tcaclln at the Center ;lf1d will work with a small group of childr 'n, for the four and one-half week session, uncler the sUlwn'ision of the classroom teacher, th' supl'l'visur of the reading center, and the c o lle ge super­ visor. The work is carried on frolll (l:QO a.lll. to 12:00 noon daily. At 2:00 p.m. the students meet again in workshop (Gducation <1'1<)) fur a cli ni cal study of the lcading problcnlS

a nd to

work on

sugt!,'stin'

t.:OlT(·ctivl· nleasures.

l'he super­

"i,ors will be ·Mrs. Evelyn Buckley at Shordine and Mrs. Katheryn White at Big-hline.

d that plans Illay he compktf'd before the op 'ni.ng of the r('adin" it is necessary to han' 'llh-anced rr·,!{istration. f\ d epos i t fcc of five dol­ tars should be paid bdor' May 15 and not later than June I. At the time this deposit is made tbe st ud ent should givc' his first and se c ond choice of age groups for the ctnter. Registration lIlay bf' c o m p lete d at the Collcg(� or by mailing in the form on page �j 1, In ('ithf'r Case ITL(istration should be completed by June G, In or er

centers

T E ACHI N G WORLD U N D E R S TA N DI N G IN TH E

E L E M E NTARY

SCHOOL - July 21 - August 1

featurc Dr. Elranor Vulbnding, who is presently at nivrrsity and has had a wide pr eparat i on for the field thro ug h classroolll f�xperient;" and travel and study a broa d Topics to be con­ sidered arc the psychology amI sociology undf'rlyin,' the t[,aching of world This workshop will

!\orthern

IlLillois

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understanding to children; impl("lIwntation of tht:H' ideas In the curriculum; ,md concrete plans for the classroom teacher's usc. DRIVER EDUCATION FOR INSTRUCTORS August

18 - 29

NIL Albert E. Schimke, presently with the Franklin Pi 'rce School District, He has had "xperience and considerabk advanced

will conduct this workshop.

training. The course is planned to prepare teachers to conduct driver education classes in the public schools. Included are lectures, d'Inonstrations and prac足 tice teaching in a

dual controlled automobik. II. certificate of profici 'ncy frorll

the American Automobile Association will be r .. ceiwd by thc students upon s;ltisfactory completion of the courSe. ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION WORKSHOP June

16 - July 11

U neler the din:ction of Dr. II.ngeio Giaudronc, Superintendent of th.. Ta足 !:oma Public Schools and a well known na tiona l and local educator, this work足 shop will s(;rvc the interests and Iweds of the

students.

Typical topics arC r 'Ia足

curriculum planning and adjustment in line with present needs, public tions programs, pCfsonnd }Jl'ograms.

problems

and financing building and educational


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GENERAL INFORMATION LOCAT I O N

Pacific Lutheran College, the only Lutheran senior college on the entire Pacific Coast, is located in Parkland, a s u bu r b of TaClJllla, an attractive city of about 160,000 inhabitants; it is n 'ar Mount Rainier and the i':arrows Bridge, third largest suspension bridge in the world. campus is situated in the heart of the

The 125-acrc college

Evergreen

Playground where there is a healthful climate and beautiful sce ne ry . Rail­ roads and highways lIlake the college easily ace 'ssible frolll all parts of th.· country. TacoIlla city bu,e� run regularly to and from downtown and stop in front of the campus. ACC R E D I TAT I O N

Pacific Lutheran College is fully accredited by the :'\iortliwest Asso iation

of S ec ondary and Higher Schools as

a

fou['-vear

aeCl'edited by the State Ooard of Education offering

a

as

liberal arts college.

It is

a teacher education institution

complete program for prospective tcaehers in the dcrnentary and

secondary schoob. Pacific Lutheran College reCl.llllIll(·nds its graduates to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction for certificates. The College is a

membcr of the Association of American Colleges, the Americiln C ou ncil of Education, and the National Lutheran Education�1 Conf,'rence. REG I ST R AT I O N

Students who arc not within commuting distance of the college register by fillirl'" out tlw form on page :J I and mailing it

to

Illay

pre­

the Office of the

Rf'gistrar. This form must reac.h the college not bter than June 11. Students within comrnuting distance rllay registt'l' at th" college any time during th(; spring months. Stud 'nts who desire

a

transcript to be ",·aluat-·d or who nee d

a

pro gress

chart brought up to date must call at the office prior to june 10. Registration for the first term r nu st be cOll'pietr'cl by Saturday, June Registration for th

14.

second term must be 'ornpleted by W(;dncsday, July 16.

Students plannin.'· to attend the entire sumrrH'r session should complete reg­

istration for both tnrns at the timc of the initial registration. Refer to the calendar on page I for opening dates of classes. CHA N GE OF R E G'IST R AT I O N , W I TH D R AWA L S Any addition or withdrawal fro[[l a course must be made I n the Regis­

trar's office.

A fee of $1.00 is charged for

a

schedule change made af ter completion of

registration unless such change i� requested by the college authorities.

Students who register for first term only and later decide to enroll for th s('(;ond term may do so by adding tht; dt'sired courses and pa)'in� the balance


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of the full session f",·s. Students rCf,(istcn'd for uoth terms who decide not to continue in thL' seconcl tnlll Illust IIlak,' ;U1 official withdrawal from the sec­ Ulld le rnl coursf'. Official withdrawals will Ix gin'n any tim dent

doing satisfactory wurk.

is

will

infonnino' tilt· RC'gistr"r's office

during the s('ssioll if the stu­

course at. any t;IItC \vithotlt L)(' classified 011 the record as all "E."

Dropping a

EXPENSES Tuition, pel credit hour . ._ . ... . . . . .

..

... ..

.

.$IS.I)(I

Ylalri("lIia tion f(T

5.IlO

Audit fcc, pcr Cl't'dit hOllr. ....

ti.O()

DiploJll<l and graduation fc.:c for ('ach ckgrc(�

10.00

2.5() Private instruction in pia110, or��11l or instrunH'nt, pcr lh-hour kssoll Rcnt fcc for pia flU, P"" tnlfl (I hour per day). 2.50 5.0() Rent fer' for org;III pt'l' lL'1I1i (l hour per day) Board and roulfI, pn klTn (:2 in rooll1 ) _ .... 67.50 7S.nO Buarci and WOIll, p"r t<:I'm (I in roorn) Laboratory and Class Fees: \.11215, :111, :11�, 316,

::.>\ +�cl

L.OO

Biology �I(I

2.00

B i o l""y :12 I

5.00

Ch"lIlislry 20 I, :'>02.

5.00

EducaLioll 11:'i

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.

2.50

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G "ology S I ( ) 1 ................ Science 1 L 2h

5.UU 1.50

S TUDE N T LOAD Ten hours constitute;; n'gulJr

full

load f()r the SUlIlIlIer S"ssion: five to six

ilOlirs ('oIlstitutl' .1 n',�1I1(lr 1(J�lcl for Olle ll'l'IH.

CLASS HOURS

All courSl'S

will I1ItTl daily.

BU I LDI N G SYMBOLS: AB

An Buildillg

BA-l

llusiw'ss A(hninistralion

eMS

Chap,·I-Music-Sp, ... ch Building

L

Lihrary

Iv[

:Main Building

S

Seirnct' Hall

Building

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SU M M E IA S ESSION B U L LETIN

ADMISSION F R E SH M E N

the State o f Washington shoulu which is on file in the high school prin ­ cipal' s offic(', The Public Rdation, "ffi,'(' ill Iflf' (:olk,l(t, al"" will forward the L1ank to others on n'qucst. In addition th(' (:oll<-,'r: r(,quires two character ree­ ulIllllf'ndations fn)nl individuals who ;11',' p,'r,onall acpuaint,·'d with th(' ap pli ­ (';'nt. These form, may b" obt" i nt: d hy w riling to th(' P uhl ic Relations office. ,raduates of, n

fil l Ollt til("

g 'nerni

accrcdited high

schuul ill

applic�tion IJlank

R E GULA R STU D E NTS, A D VANC E D STANDING

P; ci f i e Lutheran Coll,'ge are ;,cLmillcci under I'he 1'111"$ scm"sIT!'. Students who hil\'(' done work in a no ther ae 'l','d­ ikd colkgt: wil1 be gr;ltll,'r! a d van c e d standing for p,n'ious work, Such credits will be ac c e pte d lClward a degref' insofar as work taken is equivalent to the curriculuttl in which the student wishes to ,<;r"c1u:H,', TransCI-ipts of work from other institutions should be sent to tht' Rc"iSlrar ' of fice, ",her' an e\'al" ation of r.r ed its will he made o n request. Rt'gulal sl.ud,'nts of

Ihal. apply for an)"

T R ANSI ENT STUD ENTS

Transient studl 'nts

who

enroll for the '''llIllIel" s( 'ssion only, withoul' inten­

d l',l�l't " , from this institution or for a teaching Cer­ tificate, will not be required to file transcripts froll1 other institutions attt:nded, Instead tllt')' ttlay file a kttn of aeadelllic s tan d i ng from the last previous tion of wOl'kin,� tow: nd a

institution attcndr:d or "iv,' other c,.-idencc uf b,-ing prepared for college work, They may ,'nroll in :lny coursc for ",hi"h they

klve

tilt' nct:t'ssary prerequisites,

COLLEGE FACILITIES Th,- C olkgc mJintains

dOllnitories

for

students,

for mOlns in any of these dorlllitories an' re q u ire d throul(houl.

thl'ir

til"

tenn,

The dormito ry

roOlns arc

;\11 students to

continue

f urnished ,

regis te rin g

in th(' same

Students

provide

own pil lows: Jnattrf'S� COvers, blankl,ts, shee ts , pillow cas('s, towels, rugs,

and otl,.. r furnishings to their own t:lst,', Occupants :trt' h eld responsible brcaka,g"!"' or dalilage to

thr'

for

1'00111 or its furnishing·s.

W O M E N'S D O R M IT O R Y

South Hall, lovely dormitory for wOl11en, has b,",'n st'l aside

or

summer s,"ssion st ud en ts ,

for the usc

Most of the rOOlllS accomnH)datr two students,

There art' thn'c single rooms,

This

dOl'lltitory has two brgc lounges "quipped with kitchenettes and td -

\'ision sets,

lounges with pulill an kit c hens , and la u nd r y

faeili!i('s

Tht'l'!' arc t\vO smalkr with autoillati,' washers

and dryers,

M E N'S DO R M I T O R Y

:'Iiorth

Hall, superbl)'

furnished and " qu ip ped dOrJllitory, will hous - 1'll,'!1

;lt tt' " d ing the sul1lmer ,('ssion, The

rooms

:1<,(,()l1llllodat"

two stucit-nts, an d al'('


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furnished with single beels, wdl'clIubs dW;('l� . ..... bests of dnnvcrs, lIwciiciIlt' cab­ inet , and two desks with hookshch'cs,

HO U S I N G FO R M A R R ED S TUDE N T S

The Colkg" Illaintains 1 2 apartment,; o n the campus for married students. ;I\'ailabl(; In Parkland and Tacoma. The Collr·gc cannot .�'uarantec hOllsin� [or its man"ied stlll"'nts: howcver, en'ry ,·[fort will br made to have suffi ;f"nt housine <1\ailahk, tudents cit-siring homing should w rit e to the D an of Men. Otlwr apartments:'lr

BOA RDIN G CL U B All student' li\'in,e: il l thl' colle�t' donnit""irs �llT nurnlally rt'quircd to ('<It in thp {'olle.Q"t' dining h<lll. EX('('ptions nl(IY hI' nl�l(!t- during the sunl1ner session, in which case a fair adjustlll<Tlt will be lll:lde on the cost of room and board pt T term.

Stud,'nt:; will

t'''1

in Ihe Colle�t' Cn;"n c1inil1l.!' hall. ]\'0 llll'als will be StT\Td

ull Satunbys or Sund"ys.

R EC R EATION The Pacific Lutlwr<ln Collcg(' C:In" us t'lIjuys the geographical advantage of bein g in the ('ellll'[ of a Iargt· recreation arca. The Colkg' is just two hlocks

off the rllain hi.�hway to Mt. R'linit'r, internationally known Inountain reS 1't. Ski art';;s, salt or fresh watn swinIrn;n,�", p icl li c grounds, nnd outdoor athlt-tic L,ciliti,>s are acccs;;ible. CHAP E L EXE RCIS E S Chnpel

exercises will Ilt' held :It '1:'iO

a .ni.

t';lclt T,lt'sc\;ty a nd

Thursday

B.orning- in the Chapel.

STUDE N T E M P L O Y M E N T

The College a in " to assist worthy Clnd nt't'dy sludents by helping thelll tLl find work ei t h er at th,' .olkgc or in Tacom;] or Parkland, Applic.ations for work should lIe made to eithe!' tht· Dean of ;'vIcII or tIlt' De a n of WOlllcn after the student ha .' heen nc('eptnl for a d m ission , Since the work is limited du ri n g tIlt' SlInImer , students should applv early. BOOKSTO R E The

Colk.lie maintains

"

boobtorc;

for th,'

eonvcnit'nc<'

of the students

whert.: books, stationery and .sehool supplies Inav Ilt' obtained. Located in the: Collcg-t" Uninn, this facility b I\ln on tht· self-sct",ie.-· principlt-. All salt·s arc on a strictly cash basis.

O U TDOOR SPO R TS FACI LITI E S One ff'atun' of the c:llnpllS i s a be a u ti ful ninc-holt-

golf course wh i ch is

open to studc'lIts ;111 Sttlllllll'l'. For tenni s plaY"IS therf' aft· four hard-surfaced courts. Beacht's 011 lakes :t1ld Puget SOllnd ;Ht' w it h i n a short driving distance

of the college.


SUMM E R SESS I O N B U L L E T I N

11

VETERAN S ' IN FORMATI ON make a pp l i ca t i o n for tra i n i ng at t hei r A d m i n i s t ra tion OfficI' or 1 0 1.. O. E k l u nd , Dean of �{c n,

\ ' c t c r a n s u n der Puh l i ' Law .') 5 0 m a y nea rest Veter a n s

w h o is t l1<' vetuans' advi s e r . If at a l l posoibk, ve te r a ns s h o u l d n o t \v a i t u n t i l t h e y come

to cul le�e to m a k e t h i s a pp l i c a t ion.

r..Ja t!'d p3fwrs, anJ documents sh ou l d he c l " a rcd t h mu 'h his office t o o b t a i n t l 1<' bpsI po. sible S J'\·ice. To make o r i g i n a l a p p l i c a t i o n a t t he co l lege , \'C t c r a n s s h o u l d C O I I'll' p re pa red w i t h d o u me n t a ry proo f of m i l i ­ All

t a r >'

prohl C I I I S,

service

or

Administration.

hring

c e r t i ficate

a

:\.fa r r i ed \'C t r ra n s

o b t a i n t; d

must

previously

subII1 i t

k.o; ; t l

from

p ro o f

th

" e tcrans

of marriage and

f u r n i s h cou n t y o r s l a tc-a u th o r i z e d b i r t h c n t i f i c a t c ; of c h i l d re n . Dela y i n f u r ­ n i sh i n g evicit' nc.l' of s t a t u s nl(:'il n s ueby i n fcc r i v i n g ;.;uhsi l\ tcncC'. Requests fo r fu rther i n fonlI<'l t i o n should b · d i re c l t ' d t o the Dean

of Men .

CERTI FI CATI ON IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON Qua l i fy i n g C rti f i ca t . ' s ma y be is>tll'd o n l y La th ose t" a c lr e rs w ho h ;l\'c b" ,' n l " ' l c l t i n <; u n d " r an " ' n l f ' r p:c n c y cnt i fi e a t c . ( Th i s is t r u e 011 ei t h e r t lw demen­ tn ry o r se c on da ry

level ) .

Three- Year E k rnc n t a ry a n d T h rr ' c - Yc a r Secondary C" rt i ficatn l 1 1 a y b<; secu red by the [cadl e I' hol d i n g a Q u a l i f y i n g C e r t i f i c ate when he has com ple ted t h e r c q u i rcfYl f ' n t s l1<'e, ·ss;",), for a B . . \. i n E d u ca t iu n dcgrt ' ( ' . A S t a nd a rd Elt.:rne n t a r y (:- r t i fica te ( formerly k n o w n as C on t i n u i n g Elc­ I ll a v be i ssued to tl .... hold('rs of " s i x-y.>;, r , . ] l ' !II C n l a ry

' " " n ta ry C e r t i f i c a t e )

" cr t i fi catc w h o C O l I l p l l ' tc t h i r t y ,''In' ' s l r'!' ho u rs i n a d d i t i o n to t h e req u i reme n ts con f o r m i t y w i t h s t a n d a rds n p p roved

t h e orig i n a l t h ree-yea r cert i f i c a te i ll

for

t he; progralll for t h e ge ne r al e;c r t i fi ­ T h i s c c r t i f i e a t " w i l l lx' val i d a s l o n g as the h ol d r r rema ins i n t e a ch i n g sen icc a nd for a pr riod of f i v e years til " n··"ft " r. A St a nd a rd S" conci a r y C n t i fica tc: ( formerly k nown as Co nt i n u i ng See-

for su pe rvi si on o f the f i f t h colk�e year in cal . . .

c,dd a r y Cert i ficate ) 1 1 1 ; I Y

be i ssu ed t n hol de rs o f t h e � i x - y c a r �\ '(; o n d a ry wi t h ­

o u t a n y ad d i t i onal col kgc: c r e d i t s a n d to h o l d , . ,., of t he t h rre-year secondary '1. nd who h a\'(' met L h , ' exper i e n ce re q u i rem l ' n t of t wo y" a rs of su ccessful i n� n" cessary for

l'onvt'rs i o n t o

n

teach­

si x-Y" � r c C ' J' t ifiC:l l C . T h i s c c r t i f i cat.-: w i l l he

\' a l i d as l o n � as thc h o l d e r re m a i n s i n

V:l e h i n'"

"Tvic"

and

for a pe ri od

of

fi\ic years t h e r e a fte r . A P rovis i o n a l G e n e r;,] C e r t i fi ca te is issued to l h os(' s t u ck n t s who a rc rec­ B . A . in E d u c a t i o n de gr('c. T h i s c e r­ t i fi ca te is v a l i d for five yea rs if t h e h o l d n meT!' S t h e r equ i rem e n ts n e cessary for renewal e a c h ye n r d u ri ng lhe l i fe of the c e r t i fi e D t " . ommended for it UpOIl com p l e t i on of t h , '

The S t a nd a rd

G e ne ra l C e rt i fi ca t c , w h i c h is ",did fnr a� Ion T a s t h e h ol d e r plu s f i \ "C Y('(I r S t h e reafter, ma y be i s s u e d t o :

ITl1la i n s i n t e a ch i n g sf'"tvicc

Persons h ol d i n g a t h IT( '-Y" ;' }" or

s i x - y t ' a r d e l l l l ' n t a r y A :\TD a s i x-yea r s('c­

o n d a ry cert i fi c a te or t he i r , ·q l.l i\·a l. ' n b.

Persons h ol d i l l e; lrnst

one

a

PnA i,ional

yea r o f s u . " es sfu l

( ; , r1<' I',1 I ( :" r l i f i c , l l e w l t o h a n ' com ple t ed a t t h i r t y Sl'II Il·s tCI' h ou rs work t a k c n

t " a e h : n" p l , , �

u n d e r the " u i d rl ncc of tilt' rr ' C o I T I I TI t ' nd i n � inst i t u t i o n .


12

SU M M E R S E S S ION

BUL L E T I N

P R I N CIP A L S' C R EDE N TI A L R E Q U l fl E M E N TS Th,' candidate s h o u l d he g u i d e d hy th,' fo l l o w i n g :

He rn u : t meet g ra d ua t e s ta n dards for a M a .<trr's d c g rt " ', ,)

Pro"rarn f o r G rad u a t "

( A copy of t h e

S t u d y i s , , ," a i l a blc u p o n reque 't ) ,

He m u s t" i d, ' n t i fy h i mself a n d ge t " d r n i t ta n n '

to t h e progra m ,

He is respon­

sible for these initial steps in the a r :';>.ngelllcnr of his own program, The steps i nclude t h e fol l o w i nro:

a,

Declare h i s i n tc'n t i o n s to t h , ' S l l pni n t , ' n J , ' n t of Publi fornlS prov i d e d b v t h a t ti t - pa rt l ! l t ' n t .

I n s t ru c t ion o n

( Th i s c a n b,.. c1011e a f ter h is first

ycar of t ' a c h i ng ) ,

b, P rov ide, for t h e stat(' off i ce, IT(' O l l l I llt'nd" t i o m frolll t h e - school a d m i n ­ i s t r a tors, w i t h w h o m h r ' h a s worked , a n d the teac h,,!, educ� t i on i n s t i ­ t u tions w here h e has h a d gra d u a t e: work or where h e graduated or both , :) ,

P l a n n i n g a progr:l I l l of study is the j o i n t respons i b i l i t y of t h e school a d m i n­

i s t ra t or, w i t h w h om t h " c a n d i d a t e works, t h , ' collt-gc, a n d the c a n d i date, a.

The " chool a d m i n i , t ra t o r , ' v a l ua tcs his t ea c l r i n " a nd /o r a d m i n i s t r a t i v c

S U C C f 'SS and suggest. ...; a reas of s t u d y a nd ot h ( ' r e x pe r i e n ces necdc·d. h , T h , ' ('oll" ge and t he c a n e l i d a t " t h en p b n tilt' pmgrarn of study and rela ted t ' x p c r it'l"l ct , s a s n",:ded by the c a n d i d at(" "V i t h cardu l p l a n n i n g

t h , ' c a n d id a t c w i l l be ('Ii � i blt- f o r t I l t ' Pro\' i , i o n : t l P r i n c i p a l ' s cred e ll t i a l

of h is ( ' h o i c e u pon ( ' o l 1 l p h- t i on o f : ] m i n i m u m o f 3 6 semester hours of cred i t .

( Si x h O l l r s bcyond prt'pa rat ion for S t a n d a rd General tc a c h i n g

ce rtifica te ) , I-l i s plan shou ld i n cl ude t h e foll ow i n g :

(I) (�)

Courses l e a d i n g t o t h e f i f t h y e a r u n d n t h e r e g u la t ion-- fo r the S t a n.dard G e n e ra l tt'Cl c h i n z cer t i fica t e , C o u rses le a d i ng t o t l w M , A ,

ckgrFF,

( A h a n d book

g i v i n g the

d e t a i l s o f the M , A , program is a v a i l abl e upon requcst ) ,

( a ) S p e c i f i c Rcq u i rc I I II ' n t s : Educa t i o n

:inS P h i losophy of Educa t i on,

Ed u c a t i o n 5 5 1

Ed u ca t i o n a l Resea r c h ,

Educa t i o n 5 5 8

I n d i \, iclu a l RI'sea reh

or

Educa t i on 559 Tlll'sis. (b)

Conc, ' n t ra t i o n

RCC j u i rr' l I l 1' nt s-a t

k;l s t

1 0 h o u rs

( rr'kr to

M , A , h a nd book ) , (c)

M i nor A rea Req u i n ' l I l t 'nts-8 to

1 0 hou rs ( rder to tIIL .'\,

h a n d boo k ) . ( :1 )

Courses to gi \'f' a hro. . d nl t ' d al'l"'a in t h , f i e l d s n,'cded for t h creden t i a L uate

( Thl' i nd i \ ' i c l u a l ' s u n d r - rgrad u a t. e a nd previous g r ad ­

COLl rses s h a l l be c o n s i d ''I'cd

( a ) S i x teen Sf'lIl1'st('l" hOllrs

frOIll

in

o\l t h n i n g each program ) ,

cou rses here l i s ted , A t l e a s t

one courSf" f r O I T I cach a n'a .

Administration * P u b l i c School .'\clll1 i n i s t r a t i o l l P u b l i c Rela t i o n s *School F i n a n('\" Problems of th .. E lclI lI ' n t a ry S c hool P r i n c i p a l A d l n i n i s t ra t i on a n d Su pcr\' i s i o n Worbhop High School Org"a nization a n d Con t rol * * S t a t i s t i cs School S\lpe r v i s i o n


SU M M E R S E SS I O N

13

B U L L ET I N

Learning Process Ach'a ncc'd E d u c a t i o n a l P s y c h ology E" a l u a t i o n

Grow t h , Dcv e loplllent a n d Guidance

rsy 'holog)"

,\dolcsv n t

C h i ld P s ycho log y Psych o l o g i c a l Tes t i ng

P a rcn t-Teachl ' l' C o n fe rcn '('

U c c u pa t i o n a l I nform a t i o n V o c a t io n a l G u ida nce

Emotional Problems of C h i l d n ' n School G u id a ncc P rogram '.{ e n t a l H ( ' a l t h for

Tea c h

'1'5

Cu rriculum and Methods " C u r r i c u l u I l I De\"(, lopmc n t

C o re C U lTiculull1

Tc a c h i n g

S p � c i f i c H i g h School Subje cts

( a ll co u r s es )

The Teachi n g of R e a d i n g E k l l l e n tary lvl c thods Cou rs('s ( al l courses) D i a f.(nos i s of Readi n g Problems

La bo ra t o r y

W o rks h o p

Read i ng Workshop I l l 1 p roVCllIt'llt of I n s t r u c t i o n in

Ele m e n t a ry School

Background Courses I l i s tor), of Ed u c a t i o n Compa r a t i ve Educatioll Educational Sociology

L a bora t or y

'I"

;'I n d / or i n te rn s h i p t y p e a d n l i n i s tra t i v c ('xperiences a s n c (: decl are

t o be pro,· i d t ' d .

Thes('

an'

slIpcrvis( 'cl

school

a d l l l i n i s t ra t i,'c c x p e r i r'nc('s i n

schuol s i t u a t io ns a n d a J' ! ' t o b e p l a n ned w i th til t: ca n d i d a t e b y p ubl i c s c h ool adl l l i n i s t ra t o rs and

the te'a('hn e c l u c a t i o n

:l.

The candidate is re­ expcrience.

i ns t i t u t ions.

sponsible for the arrangelllent of his laboratory

C pOIl complet ion o f ttl<' (,a n d i da tc ' s progranl of s t u d y or at i ts discre t i o n t l 1 < ' t('a('h,'!" l ' d u c a t i o n i n s t i t l l t i o n i s t o s e n d h is a pp l i c a t i on a n el a l l supporting

papns a n d records of prog ress to the Supn i n tcnclent of Puhlic I n s t r u c tion with a n' cOl f l llll'ndation as to the cand idate" s cli O' i b i l i ty for the credl' n t i a l hl'

sc('b,

(i, F u r t h e r req u i re l l l e n ts a , Three

years o f

for t h e

Standard

S U C CL'ssful

( Oc ul i i s avai labk i n S ta le

Certification of

, re d c n t i a l i n cl ucl t :

p r i nc.ipal's L'xpe r i e n c e Board o f E d u c a t i o n

at t h e chosen

Bu l k t i n ,

April

le v ' I . 1 95 6 ,

Teachers and Administrators ) .

b, E i g h t semester h o u rs , l ' a rn e d after the i s s u a n c e o f t h e provisional c re­

elell tial. e. <.

Completion of thc M . A. degree.

Required by all student s working fo r the

'H Required

as

p a r t of !'!rll d u a t e

pri ncipal's crede n t i a l .

work ( i f not t ake n a s u ndl'r�raduatc )

to rCf'l' i\'(' S t a n d a rd P r i nc i pa l ' s Crcl h - J1 t i'L I .

III ordn


S U M M E R S ESSION

B U L L ET I N

T H E MA STER O F A RTS DEGREE P; , c i f i c L u t h e r a n Colkgc offer' graduat - work to t w o firoups of s t mit- n t s : T h u s e \.... l t u w i s h t o

w o r k f(}l"

g raduate d e g ree,

,I

Those who dCI not pbn tu wurk toward an advanced d e !!,., '" c k e L w o r k w h i r h w i l l n 1 < ' , ' t spcc i a l cert i fi c a t i o n rcqui'Tml'nts, A D M I S S I O N TO C A N D I D A C Y F O R T H E

,\

gr:, d u a t e o f allY a c c r e d i ted

"ut

w i sh t l '

DEGHEE

c o llege o r u n i ,' c r s i t y

l l I ay Ix accepted

for

a d m i s s i o n t o g ra t l " : l t r - s t u d y i f his u ndcr"ra. d u � ' t e record is sati sfac t o r y , T h i s r c c o r d r l i t l � t sho\v < l b l , t t e r t h a n avera r c n ' c u r d s u p e r i o r rt'rord in in

c o ncen t ra te

ficld, of

til<'

i n general ed u c a t i o n a n d a

spcci;, d i z a t i o ll in

h i s gr"d " a tc work,

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w h ich

the studt n t w i sh,'s to

a p pl ica n t whose

d u r i l l g h i s l a s t ) T <"1 f of c o l l ( ' g' ( ' \\'tiS helow

:l . 0

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point

average:

given g r a d u a te s t a t u s

u n t i l II<'

h a s d C l l l o n s t r n t e d h i s a h i l i t y t o do graduate w o r k , A m i n i m u l I J of one

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( ' S tel b l i , h g l'" d l l a tc stand i n g ,

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a e u 'p t a n ' c t u g r a d u a t " S l : l t u s

is

d e t e r m i n e d b y t h e Dcan of t h e Col l < 'g ( '

a n d t h e C h a i r man of t h e E d u c a t i o n Depart m e n t , G E N F R A L R E Q U I R E M E N TS

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t a k e n a t ;'- I n o t h c r i n s t i t u t iun t h e C r:ldua ll' C O l n r n i t k c.

I n the Depa r t l l 1 e l l t. o f Educa tion,

i n cl u d i ng a t h c ' s i s or

t'CS(,�I I'C. : h p a pe rs, a re

rcq u i re d , ll'l i no ,', a n ' offered

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history,

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speech.

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S U M M E R S E SS I O N B U L L ET I N

C O U R S E S O F I N ST R U C T. I O N Courses open t o fres h m e n and sophomores are n umhered 1 0 1 2 51 9 and are considered l o wer diuision su bjec / s . Courses open t o jJ. niors and seniors are n u mhered 3 0 0 - 4 9 9 ((nd (Ire reyarded as upper diuision subjec t s . Courses num hered 5 0 0 are open t o gra d ­ c a r e s t uden t s o n l y . T h e s t udent s h o u ld haue h i s en t e re program made up 01' s u b ­ ject s i n t he diuision in w h e eh h e classrIies. 1 n excep t io n a l cases soph o m o re s t u den t s may he asse q n e d t o an upper d i uision c o u rse d I he prere(l uisi t cs for t he CG urse haUl! been m e l . The Col lege reserues t he rig h t 1 0 desco n l inue classes in w h ich t h e regilJ l nl l ion is reyarded as I 17suf/ecicn l . and 1 0 lo i t hdraw c o urses . A i l classes mee t dail y .

Credil h ours are i n deca t ed i n pan: n l heses immedia l e l �1 a { l er t he co u rse l itle.

ART

215

C l a y Mode l i ng ( 2 )

First term

rlay. A p p l i ca t i on ()f tlWS(' lllL'thods i s mad!' to p o l t e r y and s J u a l I figu res. I n d i v i d u a l i n ­ s l r u <; t i o n is g i lTn i n pl(lstcr casl i n g . � W F i : :J O lO 1 0 :05 a . m . and T T h M r . Roskos 7 : �Hl to 9 :4 5 a . m . , A 13b.

T h i s is a cou rse i n t h e various m l ' t h o d s of llIode l i n g i n

3 1 1, 312

O i l Pa i n t i n g

(2)

First t erm

f i gl.l n;, and b n d scap(' \vork n.:. ndel'cd i n oils. E m p h ; t s i s p l a c , · u 0 1 1 compos i t i un, 1·;t ! U��, c ol or , a nd brush t e c h ­ n i q u e . Prneq u i s i t e : A rt 1 1 2 , D ra w i l1 � a n d P a i n t i n g . 1 0 : 1 5 a . m . to J 2 : 3 0 p.m., AB. M r. Roskos P i c t o r i a l a r r a n g t ' l IH ' n t s of s t i l l - l i fe,

316

A d va nced C l a y M o d e l i n g

(2)

First t erm

E mp h as i s un i nd i v i d u a l s t ud y of form and design in pott.-ry, i ncluding a n cxpcri m e n t a l study of thl: composi t i o n of

7:30 to 1 0 :05 a .l l l .

325

and TTh

7 :30 to 9 :�·5

A r t i n t 11l.' Eleme n ta r y School A coursc' pla nlled f o r lhos!

bodies a n d

a.m., A B b .

(2)

glazes. Mr.

MWF Roskos

Second l erm

\Vhn i n l e n d to teach a rt i n the e l e m e n tary

gradn;, A p p r u p r i a tl' proj ( · c t s in

d r a w i ng, c i t - s i g n and

c o ns t r u c t i on are

wnrked i n va r i o u s 1 l l ! ' Cl i a to ilIu.< t ra l!' t h e lypes o f work w h i c h a r c suit­ a b le

lO the

i n tncsts a m i a b i l i t i , · s of t h ese p u p i l s . P n'rcqu i > l t , , : A r t

F " n d a nw n l a l s

of

Art,

or c o n s e n t

of i nstru C l O J'.

Classroom Art Tec h n i q u e s All media

a .m .

to

I l l,

1 2:30

M r . K i ttleson

p.m., AB.

425

J O: J 5

cornrnon

!lwei i " AB.

a n d l<"ch n i q l l c s . :\ Iso

J : ()O to 3 : 2 5

p.Ill.,

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to th .. c L s s rn()lTI a r . s t u d i e d fo r f " l l l i s e m a n i p u la tioll not

So

CC ) J ! u l l o n to

til<" c l a ssroom a re st. u d i e d .

M r. K i ttleson


16

SU M M E R SESS I O N

B U LLETI N

B I OLOGY 222

Co nserva t io n o f N a t lH J l Resources The ( ' o n s e l'\'a t i u n of na t u ra l

n ' so u rc ( ' s

( 2)

Firsl trrm

of the

U n i tcd S t a t l · s .

to

S240

1 0 :fl� a .IlI.

8 :-i :i

S u rvey of A n a t o m y

.\

to

0 : - 1 .'i

1)('

:"'[ 1'. S t r u n k

; 1 . 1 1 1 . , S-2 1l+ .

0)

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S U IY f ' Y o f h U I J I a n � I Ja t o l l l y a t :I n { ' I t - n l t ' ll t a ry

I l l 1 s t r;'ll i o l l S .

') I 1

a nel T T h

May

y!\,\,j; 8 : -I· c)

t a k l' n for u p p l ' r d i \ ' i s i o n c ITd i t w i t h c o nse n t of i m t n l l · t ( ) r .

1:01'

1 0 : I 5 :I . 1 I 1 . t l l I

lILJn-lIIClj ors.

Orni thology

( 2)

Firsl t erm

:\ s t u d y of birds, w i th C I l l p h 3 S i s O i l loca l rorllls. Prl'l ' cq u i s i t e : Biolo�y I O:! o r I T � o r COIlS( ' l l t of i n s t l'llt'lo1'. 7 ::W t o 8 : Hl a .IlI., S-:W J.. M: 1'. O:;tl'IlSQIl

Na t u ra l H i s t o r y of Vertebra tes

Second

(4)

t erm

the v c r t e ­

C l a s" i fi c a t i o n , n a t u ra l h i s t ory' and ecunomic i l l'l)Ortance or

b ra tes w i t h t h e exccp t i on u r b i rd s . Lectures, laboratory s t u d ies a n d f i e l d c o l l e c t i o n s . Prereq u i s i t e : Biology

1 02 or

1 32 ; 36 1

t u re M W F 8 :-1 5 to 1 0 :05 c l . l l l . a nd T T l r 8 :-1 5 t o uratory

497

1 0 : 1 5 a . 1 I 1 . to I :! :�10 [J . n ! . ,

In i e pe n d e n l S t u d y

S - :! l U .

n:colll n l< ' n d e d . L c c ­

9 : �5 a.Ill.,

( 1-2)

I "' · t · .l t i ga t i o n in fields o f spcc i a l i n t e r t ' s t lTIay

work. ( )pt'I1

Uslt' nson

c' lther l erm 1)('

carried out by t h o s t '

.s t u d e n t s maj o r i n g- i n R i o l ng-y w h o h a \ ' ( ' d cm o n s t r a t c d d o i n c i t ' pe n ck n t

5- 1 1 0. Lab-

M r.

to " " l j t l l"

thcir ability to

o n l y . P r I Tt ' l j u i , i t e : C o ns e n t o f t h e

i'v1 1'. S t r u n K , �1 1'.

i nstructor.

( )s t l ' n s o n

CHEM I S T R Y 20 1

Q u a l i t a t i ve A n a l ysis

(4 j

P n ' ITq u i s i t l ' : C h e n l i s t r y 1 06 or L a b o ra t o ry

202

1 0: 1 5

a . l l i . t o 1 :! : :lO

Qu a n t i ta t ive A n a l ysis

First t erm 1 c m . Lcc t u rt · 7 : :HI p . l I l . , 5-:10 2 .

(4)

to 8: 1 0 a . 1 1 I . , S -: 1 0 5 .

M 1'. ( )Isen

Second

t erm

P I' ( ' I' t 'q u i s i t t ' :

' 11 1 ' 1 II i try 2 0 1 . L t · C! u rt · 7 : :W t o 8: I I ) : 1 . 1 1 1 . , S - :Hl S . Labora­ wry 1 0 : 1 5 a.m. t o 1 '2 : 3 0 p . m . , S - J 0 2 . 1\'lr. Olsen

497

I n depe ndent St u dy ( 1 - 2 ) Open t o s t l lcknts rn � j o r i n g i n c b e m i s t i Tl s t ru c t ( l r.

Either term tlIP M r . 01"-11

Prr',>cq u i s i t r : Const'nt of


S U M M E R S E SS I O N

17

B U L L ET I N

ECON O M I C S AND B U S I N E S S ADfvlI N I S T R A T I ON 101

Princ iples of Eco nom ics

(3)

Second t e rm

r\ a t i u l l a l incollw, t�l I l p l oYll l ( " n t , and pri c e s ; cconOl n : c

grow th,

Illal' k cts

a n d t h t ' price system, t h ( 'ury uf t h e f i n n , s t ru n u re u f i nd u s t r y , d i s t r i b u ­

\'('OnOI l l Y , 1 � : 2 0 p . n l . , B A d- I ,

t i un o f i n collle, t h e p u b l i c

I O : I :i

20 1

a . L 1 1 . tu

I n v estme n LS

l ' \ T les , t i l < ' i n l<'rn<l t i onal ('('un um)'.

�v[ 1. Tctl i "

(2)

Second t e rm

P l a c e of i n \'('slflll'nt in c c o n O l l lY, f i n a n c i a l i n furI l l a l i ull,

a n d brok - rs, f i n a n c i a l a n a l y s is, risk '

of

stock r n a r k c t s

i n Vl:-s t l l lc I l t , i n q�s t n H ' n t pol i c if's

' I I ".! ma nagelll nt, ill\'I ' s l r l le n l clllllpa n i ( · s .

7 : 3 l l t u 8 : 10

a . m . , BAd- I ,

M r. Tetli"

272

Marketing

(3)

TII\' p r i n c i ples,

First term

llll'thod:;, and p roblellls of Illark,: t i n g : lll a r k d in g func­

t i o n s ; m a r k e t i n . of raw mat l'l'ials and n w nufa c t u r e d good s ; m i dd le - m e n , c h a n nels I

414

uf d i s t ri b u t i u n ,

� : 2 0 p . llI.,

( ' os t s , pr ice' pol i c i e s ,

Gove rn m e n t Jnd B usiness A s t ud y of the rel a t i o n sh i p S t a tes MWF

bra nds.

I ll : 1 5 a . m .

to

M r. D izmang

BAd- I .

(2)

Firs t t erm

uf "'u,·cr n m c n l a n d busi n" '5 i n t h e U n i vd

w i t h s p e c i a l a t t(,l I t i u n

tu gu\c r nrlLe n t � 1 ('( ' g u Ll t i o n

8 : +5 to 1 0 .05 a . l I l . a n d TTh 8 : --1 5

to

uf business,

9 : I� a , m . , B;\d- 1 .

M r. D izma n g

44 1

S t a ti s tical M e t h o d s

(

)

firs t t erm

See Psycholos')' 4 '� I .

EDUCATION

20 2

I n t roducLion to E d u c a t i o n

(4)

i\' ine Lueehs

A s u r v e y o f educa tio n a l p roblems and i s :; u , ' s to o r i e n t IICW s t u ck n ts to

the p ro fes s i o n . A study of t h e S t a t c M a n u a l ;lllel a " projc ' t " i n vo l v i n g a c tual ""pI'I'icnc(' w i t h e h ildn'n i s i n d uckd. Sp l · c ial t c s t s a n d i n ter­ v i ews al'" s c h e d u lt-d for the g u i d a n c e of t h ,' prosP\·('t;,· c t c ' a c h e r . l : OU to 2 : 1 0 p , m " M - I !i. M r. Pcdns o n , M r. A . Hagell

307

Pu blic School S y s L e m /I.

(2)

First term

, u n' (' y o f ttl!- school laws o f W a s h i ngton ;· I S t h ( ' y a fkn the m a n a gc ­

tl1O' schoo!. Also c onsidera t i on o f p ra c t i ca l cJassro o l l t o l ',c:a n iz a t i u n . ( . ' 0 1 o p l ' n t o s t u d e n t s w h o hav,· Educa tion 2 0 2 ) , 7 ::10 t o 8 :+0 '1.I 1 1 . , L - I 1 6 . M r . Evans

m e n t a n d acim i n i s t r a t i o n o f probleIlIs i n had

312

The T eac hi n g of Reading ( 2 )

Second

term

A comp rehensive survey of the problems 01 teach i n g reading in all the " rades. Effective malniai.>, meth ods, tech n iq u c , and procedurr'S a n ' M ,-s. W h i t t · s t u d i ed . 1 1 : 2 () ,un, t o 1 2 : :1 0 p , rn . . \II -2.


'1 8

3 [ 5

S U M M E R S ES S I O N B U L L E T I N

(2)

I n s t ru c t i o n a l M a t e r i a ls ,\

surv\')' of

Secon d term

a u d i o and I' i su a [ J l I a t e r i , , [ s

and

a i d s , their usc in

the cu r r i nl ­ t h e schoo l . 2 : [ 5 to

[ U I I I a nd t h ' i l' o rg " n i l.:1 t i o n a nd acl 1 n i n i s t r a t i o n i n

:1 : 2 5 3 1 9

p . m . , S - I [)8.

M r. A . I I a,," 1 l

M a th em a t ic s i n

t he E l e me n t a r y School ( 2 )

, \ n ov'r-a l l s t u d y

of

by the t < 'a c h l ' l' i n

the' . - I " I I " · l I t a c ), "lid j U l l i o r h ig h schoo l .

ha sic

th e

St'cond t erm abiliti,'s

l l 1 a t h n l l a t i c i .l [ s k i l ls a n d

needed

Pra c t ice in

a c h i el'e l l l t ' n t t e s t s i n : l r i t h m ct i c and i n t e r p re t a t io n of scores fo r d i ag­ Ilos t i c p u rpos< · s .

lVI W F 13 : 15

to

1 0 :05

a . 1I 1 . and TTh 8 :+5 t o

405

Adolescer1 l P s y c h o l o g y S" L '

407

413

Second t errn

(2)

S c ience i n the E le m e n t a ry School des i g ned

and methods

416

Second t erm

(2)

Soc i o l o (; y -1 07 .

A course to

8: 40

a . Il l . ,

to

(2)

First t e rm l I l aterials program. 7 : 3 U M r . Ped,'rson

" c q u a i n t the s t u d e n t w i t h th,; object ives,

uf tca" h i ng M - l ti.

Paren t - T e a c h e r t\

a.m.,

Psych logy l O S ,

Ed uca t i o n a l Soc i o l o g y See

9:45

�[iss Nielsen

M- 1 6.

t he

s('ienn:s

o n fere ncc

in

an

i n t e g r a t ed

Second term

( 2)

s t u d y of Ih .. p r i n e i pks anu ll'cl i l l i q u L' s o f parent-teacher c o n k rences.

P roced u res for i n t rod u c i n g a p a rc n t - t ( ' a c h n c o n k rc nc c p rogram t o

school an d CO lTll l lu ni t y. E va l u a t i o n or

8:-1 0

423

a . rn.,

).1 - � .

l- ariOll s

the 7 : 3 U to M rs . Keblb k

grad i ng systems.

Language A r ts in the E l c m c n t a r y School A

Firs t term

(2)

cou rse d e s i g n ed tu g i v e I h, ' dCTl ll'n t ::t ry tc:aC htT, grad-'5 ont: t h r ou g h

e i g h t, an unders t a n d i n g

,A

h o w t o tca ch t h e : L a n g u a ge A r t s i n a f u n c ­

t i o n a l l I I a n ner. T he fol l o w i n g s k i lls will be c o n s i d e red : usag ', liste n i ng, speak i n g, w r i t i ng, spel l i n g and ,·oeil hula r)' b u i l d i n g .

2: 15

426

Pri m a r y Re a d i n g A s t u d y of t he a n d its rd a t i o n

429

to

:; :25

p.m.,

M iss N ielsen

M - 1 6.

(2)

m,l t c r i " l s to othtT

First term

a nd lIw thous of th,' a c t i v i t i , · s . 1 1 : 20 a . l I I .

D i a g n osis o f Rea d i n g P ro b l e m s

( 2)

m o d e rn rc a d i n� p r o g Ta m to

l L : 30

p . l I/',

M- 1 6 . lo.'I iss Hai r

Second term

C a U S I's, prcI'l ' nL i o l l , and c u r n:ctioll of l ea d i n g d i sa hi l i t y cases clllpha­ s i ze d . V a r i ous types of rCi.l d i n g d i sa b i l i t y Cases d i a gnosed i n class. M c rn­ bers of t h c cl'lSS w i l l diagnos(" t l l t o r and com p i le a case study of a I' 'ad i n !! p ro u k l l i, preferably from t he i r Own school. P r e r e q u i s i t e : Edu­ (':! tioll 3 1 � or C O I I S e l l t of th,' i m t ru ct o r . I :OU to :Z : I O p . m . , lo.-1 - 2 . M rs . W h i t ,


SUMMER

19

BU L LETIN

S ES S I O N

- H O b E n gl ish i n t h e Seco n d a r y S c h o o l s Sec

44 1

(2)

Second

t er m

Firsl

t erm

Second

I eI'm

E n :; l i s ll 'I l Ob .

Statisl ical Methods S,'"

(3)

P s y c holol\Y 1· 1 1 .

�) 4 r Teac h i n g W o r l d U n der ' l a n d i n g i n E l e m en t a r y

School ( 2 )

The psychology a n e ! s O " i ol o;( v

u nc l . . . . I Y i n \j

L hc the t e n c h i n g of world und,'r­

stand i Il g t o c h i l d n ' n ; l I l I p k u H ' l I t a t i o n of til 'sc idt�;lS i n the c u r r i c u l ufIl : c o n c r e t e p la n s for t h e e i ; } s s r oo < l ' t o - a c hncs u � · · .

M - :l.

8: Vi

; 1 . ( < 1 . to

M i ss

J ul y 2 1 - ,\ u g u s t I .

S 4 4 6 D r i v e r Ed ll c a t io n fo r

I nstrllctorS

())

1 2 : 2 0 p.IU.,

V olbcr d i n "

Second

lee-m

T h i s course i s p l a n n e d t o p repare t ' ; J e h e r s to c o n d u n d river education classes i n lhc p u b l i c s ( ' /lC)o\-' I n c l n d " d a. ... : l e c t u res, c i e n , o ns l r a t. ions and pra c t ice t c a c h i n g i n a d u a l " on tro l lcd a u t o l l (()biI,· . :\ cert i ficate of pro­ fi c i e n c y from tlw ,\ mn i c a n !\uto!l("iJik Associ a t i o n w i l l be received by the s t u d e l l t upon s a t i s f a c t o r y CQl l l p k t ion o f the ct)ur�c. 8 : 00 to 1 L : OU a . m . , M - 3 . A U <;"lIst I H - 2,). M r. Schimke

449

Read i n g C e n t e r C l i n i c a l study

To b e t a k c n

Workshop ( 2 )

of rea d i n g problems

FirSI term

and slIggested c o r r e c t i v e measures.

c O l l e u rrc n t i y wilh Education 4 69 . M rs. B u c k! ' y ,

469

D i rec ted Teac h i n g i n Re J d i ng

Cen ters

(4)

!vlr :;. White

First l erm

D i rected obs" r v a t io n a n d t ca c h i ng i l l s u m m e r 'Twed i :!1 c l a sses i n public

he

schoob. To

473

'unc I l r r c n t l y lV i l h E d u ca t i o n -1 · 1 ') .

Mrs. Buc k!t-y, M rs. W h i t e

I n t r o d u c t i o n t o Cou n s e l i n g Sec

475

t"I;" n

P sy ch ol o gy

Emotional Problems E , nphasis

is

First l erm

(2)

4· 7 3 .

o f C h i l d re n

(2)

Firsl l erm

p l a c " d on ( ' o n l l l l U l l (' m u t i o n a l p muktns of school-age c h i l­

dn:n a n d t h e t c a d l c r\ role w h l ' I l t il C ' S l ' ;1 r i sl' in t h "

OppUI t u n i t y t o v i s i t l o c a l h el p . MWF 8: 1·5 to 1 0 : C I .1

( ' O T l l I l l u n i t y ;-' g c n c i t , s " . l l l . and

TTh 8 ,, 1· 5

cLiss rooIn . 'l'hc.re js

u f fe r i ng

lo 9 : 4 5

resourcr's

fot

;1.111., M-3.

M i ss Volbe r d i n g

476

B e h a v io r i n t h e A

trl<'

s t u d y of

to a

good

balann'd

la ssroom

means

of

le a rn i n g c1 i l T l a t e alld i t izens.

Second t erm

to thr c!e\ c! opme n t. of

conducive rrsponsiblc w e l l

E m p h a s i s is un t h e , I , l l w nta ry school.

Tcach i n g expnience or con se n t

p.w., M - 1 6 .

(2)

b u i l C! i n � p u p i l -teacher rel a t i o ns h ips

of

till'

i ns t ruct or.

Prere q u i s i t e :

I I : :2 0 a . nt . t o 1 2 : 3 0 Miss

Nielsen


20

41 8

S U MME R S E S S I O N B U L L ET I N

M c n l a l Hca l l h for Teachers

Second t e rm

(2)

P r i m a r i l y e o n c-aned wi th the a d j u s tnl l ' n t of the teacher to rOOIl! s i t l l a t i o n

S O I l ' t ' c... · l n p h i l s i s on

the

varioliS

the

class­

llwcha n i s l1 1 :'; of adj u s t ­

n,," n t . M "," !' 8 : 1 5 t o 1 0 :05 a . m . a ll d TTh 8 : 1 5 t o 9 : + 5 a . I I l . , L- 1 1 7 .

M r . J . Hagen

505

P h ilosophy of Ed uea c i o n

First t erm

(3)

A ,; t u d y of t h e rel a t i o n s of philosophy to ( ' du c a t io n a n d oj p h i l o s o p h ica l i m p l i c a t i ons a n d , · d uca t i o na l t h " nries a n d pra c t ices. 8 : +5 to 9 :45 a . m . a n el 1 0 : 1 5 to 1 1 : 1 5 a .m . , M - '.' . M r. Carlson

509

Compara t i ve E d u c a t i o n

( 2)

First term

.-\ cornpa ra t i\"l' s t ll d y oj the bac k " Touncls, dc\'( 'loprnc n ts, t rcnds, and problems o j I na jo r n a t i o n a l S),st t ' I U S of e d u ca t i on . I I :20 a . lIl. t o 1 2 : 3 0 .M !'. Carlson p.m., M-2.

546

First term

Curric u l u m Development ( 2 )

A st. u d y oj t ypes oj c u r r i c u luI l l organ i z a t i o n a n d programs and tech­

niques of c n r r i c , d u I l 1 dn'elopmcnt, w i t h a \'i,'w to pre paring the stu­

lknts for his own work un c u r r i c u l u m probkms. I :00 to 2: 1 0 p.m., M - 3 .

M iss Volbcrd i n g-

548

The G i fted Child ;\

s t u dy

(2)

Firs t t erm

uf the gifted c h i l d : h i s character i s tics an d problelllS, and schoo l

proced u res df'signr·U to fu r t h e r h i s de\Tlop l I l < · n t .

p. m . , M - 3 .

') ') 7

I l : 2 () a . l l l .

to 1 2 : 30

M iss VolbtTdi ng

Evalua tion

(2)

Seconu t erm

Evaluation of t h .. o u t coml'S of school ,·xpnicn ccs. Problellls that arise in

conn ' c t i o n

tests

with d e H :lupr n(,ll t , orga n i z a t i o n , and a d l n i n i s t r a t i on of

( both standard i z" d and tp;",her lIlad . . ) w i l l be s t n d i ,· d . Requ i red

of a l l

f i f t h year s t u d ' · I HS. l' rtTI'quisi t e :

S tudent L P a c h i n g

or

tcaching

expcri,· n('('. M W F 8 : 1. � to 1 0 :05 ,un . a nd TTh 8 : -f,'i to 9 : L i a . I I I . , L- 1 1 6. Mr. A. Hagell

') ') 8

I n d i v i d u a l Resea rch

( 1 -4)

t h o se :\1 . A. ca n d i d a te s dec ting to wri t e twu o r t h ree research pa pns. 0111' resea rch pap('/" Iml Y 1)(' i n t l1 I ' c a n d i d a te's min o r f i el d , writ­ ten u n de r th . sup,·tT i s i o n uf the m i n o r adv is, · r. Candida tes will be re­ For

quin'd

to

rev i e w t h , · i r research papns fur th,' G rad u a t ! ' Comm i t tee.

S t a ff

559

Thesis ( 2 -4) For those M . A. can d ida t e s c:lec ting to write a t h e s i s . The thesis prob­ lem will be chosen from the ca n d i d a te's arca of conc en tration. The can­ didate will bt: re q u i red to ou t l i n e and dc-fend hi, thesis tn a final oral [ ' x " ll 1 i n � ti()n ('onduct(·cl hy the G m c l u a tt' C : o l l l l n i tt(', · . S w ff


S U M M E R SESSION

58 1

21

B U L L ET I N

P u b l ic S c h a a l A d m i n i s t r a r i o n .'\

be ' i n n i n,l! cour,e- fOI

First t erm

(3 )

t l lo s , ' s t U el ' · I I t. , pLl l l n i n �

p u b l i c s c h ool a d Ill i n i s tr a rion

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(2)

First term

The place o f h e a l t h and physical education i n the s ch oo l program, aims,

objectives, content of the program, and mod e: r n trends. M\VF 8 : 45 to 1 0 :05 a . m . and TTh 8:45 to 9 : 45 a . I l l . , G-3.

1 6 ")

M e t hods a n d Ma lerials i n Teachi n g Spo r t s (Men) ( 2 )

YIr. SalWtaIl

FIrst t erm

A s tudy of J l l e thods and tnh ni quc's i n tr'aching games and spo r t s, cx­

dusiv," of major sports. 7 : :3 0 to 8 : t O a . m . , G - � .

S4 8 3 Tes ts a n d Measu reme n rs in Ph ysic a l E d u ca tion ( 3 )

IvI I'. Salzman

First l e rm

1 0 : 1 5 to 1 1 : 1 5 a . m . and I : I U to 2 : 1 0 p . m . , G- l .

M iss Enger

POLI TICAL SCIENCE S 2 5 1 A merican National Govcrnmcnr

(2)

First term

A s t u d y of the American n a t i ona l gov e r nment, i n c l u d i n g the federal c o n s t i t u t i o n a nd the:: d is tribution of governmental

powers.

Survey of

structure and procedure of national go\'crnI1len t with special attent ion

to p ractical operation and .:ontemporary reforms. I I : 2 0 a . m . to

1 2 :30

M r. K norr

p.m., C M S- 1 2 2 .

PSYCHOLOGY 1 10

S t u d y Skills Tec h n iques

(2)

First term

A course designed to assist the student 111 developing mono effective s t u d y tcchn itjucs. ElIlphasis i s given to i l lipro ing reading rate and comprehension, developing better skills of conce n t ration, planniug effe:: c­ t i ve usage of timf', taking a d e q u a te note" and preparing of w r i t ten lna tnia l . C lass work is su pplelllented by individual cou ns(,ling periods a n d /or special tra i n i ng in \l·ad i ng skills. 1 1 : 2 0 '1 . 1 1 1 . to 12 : 3 0 p . m . , M - l . Mr. Solberg

405

A d olescenr Psychology

(2)

Second t e rm

An advanced course e"' a l i n g w i t h physical eit;vciopm c n t , m(,ntal traits,

soci a l charatt " r i s t i cs 'U1d i n t(,r 'sts of adolesce n t s . Adjustllients i n hOlrw, school and communi ty. Prerequ i s i t e : Psychology 1 0 1 , 30 1 , 30." or con­ sent of i ns t r u ,tor. 7 : ::30 to 8 :4 0 a . m . , L- 1 1 7 .

44 1

Statistical M e thods ( 3 ) 'se

and

interpretation

of elementary

M r. J . Hagen

First term statistical

techniques;

graphic

represen tation; measures of cen tral tendency; simple corre lation analy­

sis, and sampling theory. 8 :45 to 9 : 45 a . m . and 1 0 : 1 5 to 1 1 : 1 5 a . m . , Iv! r. Ekluncl M- I I I .


SUMMER SESS I O N

471

27

BU L LET I N

I n trod uction to Counseling ( 2 ) A c ourse

First term

designt:d to a cq uai n t the stud e n t w i t h the various t he or i e s and

techniques of counseling. The cou rS e is meant to be a n i n t r oduc t io n to the field and nO ac tu al counsel ing w i l l be done .: however, there w ill be

oppo r tuni ty

for

simulated interviews and some role p l ayi n g in c onn ec ­

tiou w i t h the development of the thr;ori(>s

8 : 40 a . m . ,

478

and

to

M r. So lbe rg

Mental Hea l th for Teachers S,· · Education

7 :30

the techniques.

M- l .

(2)

Second term

of78.

REL IGION 1

01

L i fe of Christ The s t ud y plemented

(2)

Second term

of the lik of C h ri s t , w i t h the by

interpretative

and

l e c t u res

1 0 :05 a . l I 1 . and TTh 8 : 4 5 to 9 : 4 5 a . m . ,

20 1

The B i ble - O l d Testament

four G os pels

d iscussions.

B ible Truths

MWF

8 :4 5

M I".

L- I O + .

(2)

to

Roe

First term

A study of the di ,' in c- huIll3n encou n t e r po r t rayed me n t . S y llabus. 1 1 : 2 0 a . m . t o 1 2 : ;$ 0 p . m . , M- l i .

301

as textbook, su p­

(2)

m

the

Old Testa­ M I". Kuethe

Second term

Bible study IIll:thods as a means of d iscovering doctrinal tr ut h s . sist-'ntly Biblical c ,· a l u a t i on i s sought. The student seeks

to

A co n ­

discover

priucipal Biblical insights w i th which t o i ll u l l l i nate fundamental ques­

tiuns of l i fe . I I : 2 0

HI

a.m. to 1 2 :30 p .m . L- l U<l .

American Churches

Mr.

,

First term

(2)

The beginnings and doctrines of denominations and s ec t s ill

7 : 3U

Roe

to 8 : 4-U a . m . , eMS - I 2 2 .

America.

MI". Kucthc

SCI ENCE ( GENERA L ) 1 2 2 b I n troduction t o Ph ysical Science A s u rvey

(2)

First term

of the fundamental pri nc.iples of

chemistry, electricity and

c l i matology.

I :OU to 3 : 2 5 p.IlI.,

S 1 3 6 Descriptive Astronomy A descriptive course. Topics

S- I I O .

(2)

Mr.

Running

Second term

covered i n c l u d e the moon, t h e solar sys­

tem, coordinate systems for loca t ing stellar objects, characteristics of s t ars . MWF 8 :45 to 1 0 :05 a . m . and ,[Th 8 : 4 5 to 9 : 45 a.m., S- 1 08. Mr. Jordahl


28

S U M M E R SESSION BU LLET I N

SOC I OLOG'{

HI

Race Re l a t ions

(3)

First term

A s t u d y of i n tn-ra c i a l co ntan, and l'onfl i c t s , w i t h c l l lphasis on Amer­ ican

racial

8: 15

prohlnns.

to

9 : ·[.:') a .I l l . and

10: 1 5

to

1 1: 1 5

406

C r i m i n o logy The

(3)

n a t. u ft' of t h e

Second term

soc i a l problem of crime,

a d m i n i s t ra t i o n , a n d

the c r i l l l i n a l law a n d

its

tht p e n a l trea t l l l e n t of t he c r i mina l . 8 : 45 to 9 : '1-5

a . 1 l 1 . a n d 1 0 : [ 5 to [ [ : [ 5 a . m . , M - � .

-+ 0 7

a.Ill.,

M r . Knorr

C M S- 1 2 2 .

E d u c a t i o n a l Sociology

M r. Knorr

(2)

Second term

A s y s t c l I I a t i c v i e w nf s i � l l i fj c: a n t so ' i ol o g i c a l d a t a and p r i nciples appli­ ca ble to c d u c a tion p o l i c i es and pract i c e s . [ : ()O to 2 : I [) p.m., L- I 04. M r . Knorr

SPEECH

101

Fu ndamen lals of Speech

(3)

Seco n d term

Found:1 t io n cou rse dca l i n g w i t h bas i c cleI1le n t s of specch s i t uations, in­ c l u d i n g the

visible alld a u d i ble

a pproa c h es .

c o n t e n t . Ex tcns i v e pia tforIll work.

Some con<:c n t r a t i o n on 1 0 : [ 5 a . I n . to 1 2 : 2 0 p . m . , C�1S- 1 2 3. Mr. K a rl

206

P a r l i a m e n t a r y Law

(2)

Second term

S t u d y in P a r [ i a llll:n t:1 ry Law based upon Rohert ' s Ruks of Urdcr. Prac­ t i c a l work dOl l l i n ates. Iks i l(nl'd p r i ll l a r i l y to aid thosp who d o or will belong t o org- a n i z i l t i o n s . i : :l ( ) to 8 : -10 a . l l l . , C l\·lS- 1 2 :l .

2 'J ()

I n terpre t a tive Read i n g

M r. Karl

( 3)

First term

A n i n trod u c t i o n to t i l l ' art of i n t c rprt'tat i w ' rcad i n g . E I l I p h a s i s given to de v e l o p i n g- l o g i c a I a n d c l l I o t i o n a l rc:S[Jonsivr · n e s s t o lit 'ra t u re.

[ 1 : 1 5 ;1 . 1 1 1 . a t t ll 1 : 1 0 to 2 : 1 0 p . n l . , C M S - I ·2::1 .

Speech Pil tholog y

1 0 : [ 5 to

M i ss S m i t h

Second t e rm

(3)

A s t u d y of speech d i H i c u l t i c s , with emp hasis on i d e nt i f i ca t i o n and cause. L i l l l il!;d t o specch

majors

u r to othn persons by permission

pa r t m e n t . 8 : f 5 t o 9 : 1 5 a . m . and

l i l: [ 5 to [ [ : 1 5

a.nt.,

of the de­

eMS- 1 2 2 . M ; ' U t<e i n gn

440i

Speech i n t h e Seconda ry School

(2)

First t erm

C u rr ic u l u m c o n s t r u c t i o n , speech p h i l osoph y for t h e teachc.r. Co-curric­ u l a I' act i vi t y _

A d n l i l l is t ra t i o n

of d ra m a ,

rad i () and

fore n s i c

act i v i t ies.

MWF 8:45 to [ 0 : 0 5 a . tn . and TTh 8 : 4 5 to 9:'[5 a . m . , CMS- 1 2 ::l. M iss Smith


S U M M E R S ES S I O N B U L L E T I N

442

Speech

for the Classroom Teacher \ 2 )

s u rve), o f spe�ch p robkms t,·ache.- i n til!' <"I:1SHOOI I l . I I : ::! O

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confront the tu 1 2 ::\0 p.Ill., Clv[ S- 1 2 2 . M r . U tz i ng e r

opport u n i t i ( , s

which

o r ") ) projects a n d sp" .-i a l outside activiti," Ilndn the supervision d e pa r t me n t . E n t rance UpOIl a p p rO\'al of t h .. department.

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