302. PRINCIPLES AND CURRICULUM OF SECONDARY EDUCA TION. (2) The development, scope, and function of Public Education as it re lates to the secondary school. Consideration of rural and urban schools, curriculum, vocational education and special education programs. Attention will be given to the teacher as a professional person. 303. CHILD AND ADOLESCENT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT. (4) The physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual growth and de velopment of the individual during childhood and adolescence. Tech niques of studying these ages applied. Special consideration given to, the social forces affecting behavior and to the mental hygiene and per sonality development of th e individual. Prerequisite: Psych . 205. 305,306. OBSERVATION AND PARTICIPATION. (1,1) Directed observation in the public schools, introduction to adminis trative personnel, survey of school services, six grade-level (kinder garten through e ighth)· participative teaching contacts during the two semesters, with evaluations by district and college personnel. Pre requisite: Ed. 301,303, and Psych. 301. 307. GENERAL LANGUAGE AND READING METHODS. (3) Methods and instructional materials for the development of compe tencies in the four facets of Language Arts; Listening, Speaking, Read ing, and Writing. Consideration given to developmental programs hav ing a functional integration of the language arts with the entire cur riculum, methods of appraising growth, corrective techniques, and current issues and trends. Prerequisites: Ed. 301,303, Psych. 301. 309. TEACHING OF ARITHMETIC. (2) Study of arithmetic from th e point of view of meaning, uses and history. Curriculum and methods of elementary school arithmetic. Introduction to the newer approaches to arithmetic. Prerequisites: Ed. 301,303, and Psych. 301. 312. SOCIAL STUDIES AND SCIENCE METHODS. (3) Emphasis given to the materials and procedures used in modern Elementary School Social Studies and Scie nce programs. Unit con struction. Consideration of curriculum trends and the function of So cial Studies and Sc ience in an integrated program. Prerequisites: Ed. 301,303, and Psych. 301. 314. AUDIO-VISUAL. (2) The scope and function of Audio-Visual Aids in teaching, with special emphasis on methods of using audio-visual materials and equipment to improve instruction. Sources of materials and operation of machines.
320,321. ELEMENTARY METHODS AND CURRICULUM I AND II. (5,5)
A course which combines Ed. 301 , 305-306, 307, 309, 312 and 314 into two 5-unit blocks. Five hours of classwork and one morning of obser vation are required each week . Prerequisites: Ed. 303 and Psych. 301.
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