509-514 HOMILETICS (I, II, III, IV, V, VI) considers the writing of sermons and their delivery before the class, constructive criticism, study of outstanding homi­ letical texts (I, II); the fundamentals of public address with a thorough ac­ quaintances with the choicest texts of this field, practice in outlining and writ­ ing the full manuscript of messages, preaching before the class followed by criticism, and analyses of sermons by masters of the art (III-VI). -Dr. McGee, Mr. Kennedy, Miss Ender

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ORIENTATION AND CHRISTIAN ETHICS acquaints the student with the spe­ cific problems of adjustment and growth incident to Bible Institute life, and the facts of Christian culture and behavior necessary for living a good testi­ mony in the world. -Dr. Sutherland BIBLICAL PEDAGOGY includes the study of the principles of teaching, the use of illustrations and questions, the preparation of, and presentation of a Sun­ day School lesson, thus better equipping the teacher who would make the Bible clear and cogent to a class. -Mr. Larson BIBLE GEOGRAPHY, CUSTOMS AND MANNERS gives the student a knowl­ edge of the geography of the countries concerned, and of the manners and customs which prevailed in Bible times, thus throwing important light upon otherwise obscure passages of Scripture. -Mr. Hillis CHILD STUDY AND EVANGELISM includes a study of child psychology with a view to understanding the child in the various periods of his development, thereby finding the most effective ways of leading him to an intelligent ac­ ceptance of Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour. -Mrs. Hooker




604 METHODS OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION sets before the student the most effective methods of presenting Bible material to each age group in the Sunday School, emphasizing the use of the story, recitation, and discussion methods, and the intelligent use of visual aids, such as chalk talks, Scripture­ graph, and charts . -Mrs. Hooker 605-606 PRACTICE TEACHING (I, II) makes a practical application of the laws of pedagogy and the methods of teaching. Students teach lessons suitable for children from the Cradle Roll through the Junior Department (I), and from the Junior High Department through the Senior Young People's Department (II). Constructive criticism is given in class. -Mrs. Hooker, Mr. Larson 607 SUNDAY SCHOOL ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION deals with the organization and administration of the Sunday School and its various ac­ tivities, including the Junior Church and the week-day Bible Class. -Mrs. Hooker 608-609 DEPARTMENTAL SPECIALIZATION (I, II) is a study of the organization of each department in the Sunday School from the Cradle Roll through the Junior Department (I), and from the Junior High through the Young People's Department (II). Worship services, and both regular and special programs are worked out, and materials best suited for each department collected. -Mrs. Hooker, Mr. Larson


DAILY VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL AND HANDCRAFT gives instruction in the organization and administration of the Daily Vacation Bible School, and also in the planning of a daily program centered around a theme. Practical material is collected and instruction is given in correlated handwork. -Mrs. Hooker

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