26 SOUTHERN BRANCH OF THE
Third year. First half Second half.
Mineralogy, Elementary 3
Geology, Elementary 2 2
nglish c 2 2
Physics, Elementary 4 4
General History 3 3
Physiology b 2 2
Fourth year. First half Second half.
Educational Psychology 4
English a 2 2
Pedagogy 2 2 2
Training 4 4
Drawing b 1 1
History of Education 2
Manual Training 1 1
Reading b 2 2
School Accounts 2
NOTE.--Educational Psychology and History of Education of the fourth year may be given in place of Mineralogy and Chemistry of the third year.
SUBJECTS OF INSTRUCTION.
ARITHMETIC.-The fundamental processes of arithmetic are thoroughly considered, including common and decimal fractions, the metric system of weights and measures- simple and compound proportion, percentage, powers and roots.
Required of first-year Normal students.
3 hours per week, first half-year; 2 hours per week second half-year.
ALGEBRA..-This course includes a thorough treatment of the fundamental operations: use of brackets; simple equations factoring, highest common factor; lowest common multiple; simple and complex fractions; involution and evolution; the theory of indices, with applications. surds. (radicals), simple and compound. imaginary quantities; quadratic equations; theory of quadratic equations; indeterminate equations of the first degree; inequalities; ratio, proportion and variation; arithmetical, geometrical, harmonical progressions.
Hall and Knight's Elementary Algebra is the text-book used.
(a) Required of first year Normal students:
2 hours per week first half-year; 3 hours per week second half-year.