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Pacific Lutheran College Parkland, Washington

NORMAL BULLETIN

STATE ACCREDITED

SUMMER QUARTER June 14 to August 27

1926


�\CCREDI'l'.-\TI()� The

Normal

Lutheran

Department

at'

the

Pacit'ic

by the

College is fully accredited

�tate. Teachers holding second grade certifi­ cates

may

once,

if

have

said

during

the

certificates life

of

"renewed

the

certificate.

the holder has attended an accredited high­ er

institution

quarter."

oC

leal'ning

(Equivalent

for

to

the

at

least

Pacific

one

Luth­

era n College Summer Quarter.)

.\ InnsSIOS REQU IHE:\J EN'l'S The dents

Slimmer

Session

qualified

to

opell

is

pursue

to all

them

to

SlIl­

advan­

tage. Students normal work

who

credit

must

desire

toward

be

to

a

obtain

diploma

of

graduates

an

regular

for

their

accredited

high school or its equivalent.

The in

Pacific

Lutheran

Parkland,

either

a

College

suburb

Spanaway

or

of

is

located

Tacoma.

Parkland

Take

street

car

fl'om the city. The

name

indicates

the

nature

of

its

scenery.

l?:\CULTY The

Faculty

eomposed of

of

the

members

SUIIlmer

ing staff. -

Session

of the regular

2

-

is

teach­


REG I S'I'R\T lOX Regular registration will June

be held Monda�·.

14.

EXPENSE/-; A tuition fee of $2.00 per credi t bour is required of mer

all

Session.

persons

attending

This fee must

be

the

Sum­

paid at the

opening of the Summer Session.

nooi\l The

girls dormitory will be open [or

cupancy.

bedstead, dent

The

mattress,

table.

fitudents

rooms

are

furnb;hed

(\('­

with

a

dr e ssing table, and stu­

'Whatever

else

is

needed,

the

furnish.

The room rent

for the summer is

$20.00.

UOArm Board can be hac! al the College for $5.[)0 pel'

week.

-

3

-


COURSES OFFERED

Thp will

number of course,; available· for credit

be

determined

courses request

will

the

by

provided

he

demand.

if

five

Other more

0"

it.

HA\"I )lCHAFT & .-\I{.'rt, 2--NO I Dlr\L .\HT Our

aim

is

to

develop

a.

{"ertain

pr o blems This

of

the

grarlef;.

includes

nature,

still

freehand

life

and

composition,

scape

amollllt

the ord i na r y

of technical skill in handlin� of

drawing

figure,

applied

from

simple

design.

weaving m odel­

and construction, stick printing, clay ing,

paper

booklet

cutting,

making,

[�'eehand

perspective

ments, c oal,

and

water

pOf<ter

cardboard

and

color,

Three

of

orna­

cl'ayon,

and enamel

____________________

work,

making, construc­

decorating

use or pen cil,

the

ra n i a

and

stenciling.

modelling

tion.

needle

land­

as

to

char­

mediums.

Rix

E(,O\"O.\ I ICS I -PHDiC I I 'L!·;S

creditti.

OF

I ·;('O\"O.\I I CS 'l'his student nomics

course with

is

designed

the

general

to

acquaint

_____________________

SOcrOLOG\-

of

principles Five

the eco-

credits

2-I\"TROInT'I 'IO\"

'1'0

SOCIO.LOGY

A

general survey of

t.empt

to

of

the

as

for c es.

give

the

pr i n c iple s

sociolo gy

students

underlying

in a

social

___________________

-

4

-

the

at­

k no w l ed ge I"ive

actions creriits


}<;DUCNrtOx

5--PRIXCIPLBS

01·'

ED{;CATJOX The doctrine of formal discipline, edu­ cational values, curriculum, agencies that educate, physiological and psychological bas­ is or teaching, etc., are discussed, Five credits ].;nl'C<\TlON 14-STA'fE �L'\NVAl-, This course is planned to acquaint the students with the State Constitution and the school laws of W·ashington. The Wash­ ington State Manual is used as a text. Three credits

___________________________

EXGLlS H

.1 0

CHl LDl l EX S

-

Ll T]� RA T{; RE

'

Thh; course aims to familiarize the stu­ dent teaeher with the literature for child­ ren in the lower gl'ades. Story telling included. Three credits ____________________

.EXGLISH ll-ENGLISH GR,U1Mf\R

A

study of the essentials of practical English grammar. Special emphasis will be placed on sentence analysis. Three cl'edits __

KEAL'rH

EDt'CATtON I-HYGJEXE

In this course students will be made fa­ miliar with the body and how to keep it in health. The study of tbis subject also aims to equip the student to make the school a center or in fluence in the movement for the {'onservation of health in the co ntm unity. Three credits ____________________

UBHARY

SCIENCE l-UBH.�RY INSTRUCTION

Elementary course in preparing books for shelves, care of books, accessioning, care of shel ves, use of catalog and reference works. Classification and touched upon.

cataloging

will also be Three credits

______________

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scn:NCE 10-SCIENCE FOH THE UPPEH. GRADES A course designed to meet the needs of students grades

who expect to

JlEGUl d . R

tember

14, 1926.

Department,

offered; and

in the uppet' Five

credits

ACAHE:\UC YEAR

academic year will open Sep足

The regular mal

teach

_____________________

Junior

Besides the regular the

followillg

College,

Commercial.

If

High

Nor足

courses

School,

iuterested

are

Music

send

for

catalog.

.-\IHUNIS'.rRATlON

O.F.FJCEHS

FOR

SU:\IMJ<JH SESSIO:\"" Rev.

O. J.

Ph. Dean

Orda!. President

A.

B.

E.

M.

A.

Hauge,

of the

Normal

Mrs. Lora B. Kreidler Dean of \Vomen

J. U. Xavier, A. B. Librarian For all information regardillg the Summer Session, address: PH.

E.

HAUGE,

Dean of the Normal. Pacifie

Lutheran

Col lege.

Parkland,

-6-

Wash.

College Bulletin, Summer Quarter, 1926  

A bi-monthly bulletin that includes information pertaining to Pacific Lutheran University.

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