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Pacific Lutheran College PARKLAND, WASHINGTON

Normal Bulletin

STATE ACCREDITED NORMAL

SUMMER QUARTER 1927 June

13

to August

26


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ACCREDITATION The

Normal Department is accredited by the

State Board of Education. The two·year course leads to a Standard Elementary Certificate. This Certificate will be granted to those students only whose individual achievement is satisfactory. The Normal gives a full school year of four quarters. The regular academic year is divided into two semesters which are accepted as equivalent to the three state-accredited quarters. Students may begin any of the regular curricula during the summer session or may continue a currI­ culum already begun.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS The Summer Session is open to all students qual­ ified to pursue the subject to advantage. Students

who desire

to

obtain regular

normal

credit toward a diploma for their work must be graduates of an accredited high school or its equiv­ alent.

RENEWAL OF SECOND GRADE CERTIFICATES Holders of Limited Elementary Certificates may have them renewed by attendance at the normal school for the full summer session.

LOCATION The Pacific Lutheran College is located in Park­ land,

a

suburb of Tacoma.

nature of its scenery.

The name indicates the

Take either Spanaway or

Parkland street car from the city.

FACULTY The Faculty of the Summer Session is composed of members of the regular teaching staff.

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REGISTRATION Regular registration will be held Monday, June 13th. EXPENSES A tultlon fee of $2.00 per credit hour is re­ quired of all persons attending the Summer Ses­ sion_

This fee must be paid at the opening of the

Summer Session. A library fee of $2.00 will be charged at time of registration. No reduction will be made to stu­ dents attending less than the full quarter. fund will be gIven.

No re­

ROOM AND BOARD The girls' dormitory will be open for occupancy. The room rent for the summer is $20.00.

The

rooms are furnished with a bedstead, mattress, dress­ ing table and student table. Whatever else is need­ ed, the students furnish_ Board can be had at reasonable price.

COURSES OFFERED The number of Courses available for credit will bl' determined by the demand. Other courses will be pro\·ided if five or more request it. Educatioll 3-Educatiollal Psychology This course deals with the psychological principles involved in education.-Five quarter credits. Education 5-Educatiollal Measurements A course dealing with the methods of scientific measurement of children's general ability and class­ room achievement, the knowledge and skill neces­ sary to apply scientific methods to the study and improvements of teaching.

Students will be given

an opportunity of testing pupils, scoring papers and interpreting results.- Three quarter credits.

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Education 6-Principles o f Education The aim of this course is to give a unified view of the whole educative process, a guiding conception a�

to the aims, values, and content of education.­

Five quarter credits. Edrlcation I2-Current Educational Problems A

discussion

of

current

educational

problems

based upon educational books and magazines of the past year.-Three quarter credits. English I2-lbsen This course will be a brief summary of Norse Literature, and conditions in Norway, leading up to and influencing the work of Ibsen. One or more of the plays of Ibsen will be studied I:,

translation.- Three quarter credits. Fine Arts 1, 2-Normal Art Our aim is to develop a certain amount of tech­

nical skill in handling the ordinary problems of the grades. This includes freehand drawing from nature, still life and figure, simple landscape composition, applied design, weaving and construction, stick printing, clay modeling, paper cutting, needle and raffia work, booklet making, stenciling, poster making, freehand persepctive cardboard construction, modeling and decorating of ornaments, and the use of pencil, crayon, charcoal, water color, oil and enamel as mediums. -3 to 6 quarter credits. Health Education I-Hygiene This course centers around the hygiene of the school child and includes a study of hygienic school equipment and environment as well. It also aims to make the school a center of influence for health work in the community.-Three quarter credits.

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Library Science I-Library Instmction Elementary course in preparing books for shelves, care of books, accessioning, care of shelves, use of catalog and reference works. Classification and cat足 aloging will also be touched upon.-Three quarter CI

edits. Science 6-Biology An advanced course in biology, in which the reo

lation of plants and animals to man, and eugenics are especially stressed.-Five quarter credits. Science 7 A-Physical Geography An intensive study of geography as a foundation for teaching the subject in the intermediate gram足 mar grades.- Three quarter credits. Science 9-Nature Study A study of forces, things, and conditions which will function for the teacher as material for nature study.-Thre.e quarter credits. Sociology-Introduction to Sociology A general survey of sociology in the attempt

to

gIve the student a knowledge of the principles un足 derlying social actions as forces.-Five quarter credits.

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CPacific Luthe ran College Parkland (Tacoma), Washington

Fall Session Opens September 13, 1927

JUNIOR COLLEGE c.NORMAL HIGH SCHOOL "'�QJI-+-

For Information Write To

CPH. E. HAUGE, Registrar Pacific Lutheran College PARKLAND (TACOMA), WASH.


1927 Summer Quarter Catalog