Title: Annual catalogue of the Indiana Normal School of Pennsylvania
Year: 1907 (1900s)
Authors: Indiana State Normal School (Indiana, Pa.)
Subjects: Indiana State Normal School (Indiana, Pa.) Curricula Catalogs.
Publisher: Indiana State Normal School (Indiana, Pa.)
Contributing Library: Indiana University of Pennsylvania Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation
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alysis ; Simple Interest; Discount; Longitude and Time. 2(1 Term—Percenta.q;e and A])plication : Square and Cube Root. 3d Term—Mental Arithmetic. 4th Term—Thoroui^h drill in all practical sul)jects. Senior Year—Review of the Subject. Algebra.—Tn Algebra thoroughness is demanded at each step. Studentsare rec|uired to discuss topics, to state principles and definitions in good lan-guage, and to demonstrate the most important propositions. The entire courseaims not only at training in methods of operation, but also at the developmentof the reasoning powers. C Grade—Subject comjjleted as far as the Greatest Common Divisor. B Grade—To Theory of Indices. A Grade—Elementary Algebra completed. Graduates of High Schools may enter the 15 Grade Algebra without exami-nation. All others desiring to enter this grade should come prepared to beexamined on the C Grade work, especially on the subject of factoring. 93 PENNSYLVANIA statV >iobmal scHooir iill Among the CampusFlower Beds
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9 1^ Geometry.—The work required in the Regular Course covers the groundoutHned in Wentworths Plane Geometry. A substantial jjart of the class work consists in demonstrating original exer-cises. Special attention is given to accuracy of statement in demonstrations.The aim is to develop clear and rigorous reasoning. Trigonometry and Surveying.—The modern methods of treating thesesubjects are used. The latter part of the term is devoted almost entirely to fieldwork and the use of surveyors instruments. DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE Mr. Hickman,Mr. James.It is the object of this department to secure to the pupil the distinctive advan-tages which result from correct Science study. These we believe to be thepower to observe quickly, clearly and comprehensively, and the ability to deducelegitimate conclusions from the observations thus made. With these ends inview it is the aim rarely to tell the pupil what he can find out for himself byobservation or exijcriment. The whole department is now in
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