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    • 1905, page 11

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    • 11 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. games and out of door sports, but it is also taking an interest in other phases of physical education. CITY GOVERNMENT. The student body of the Branch Normal is self-governing. An organization known as...
    • Page 42

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    • WINONA HUNTER MILTON JOLLEY HENRIETTA JONES QUINN JONES IONE JACKSON RAE JOLLEY D. ELDON LUNT DONALD LAMOREAUX GEORGE LAWRENCE PAUL LUNT IRENE MOSDELL MAUDE MUMFORD Lack not in musical or dramatic ability . . . . provided leading characters for...
    • Page 79

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    • Symphony Orchestra Every morning at eight, students carrying violins, cellos, horns, and various other varieties of musical hardware, felt their way through the darkness to the sci-ence building where, for an hour, under the capable and inspiring...
    • 1910, page 14

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    • 14 be taught in these meetings, the necessity of honesty, virtue, temperance and upright attitude in all walks of life is inculcated and emphasized as the fundamentals to success in life. Besides the ethical training received, the students have...
    • Page 104

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    • 97 events. After observing and interviewing all students in the creative project, the instructor realized that the boys often became frustrated and tired of repetition, like converting measurements for the scale drawing project and making numerous...
    • 1905, page 24

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    • 24 SOUTHERN BRANCH. side. Abundant practice in simple composition is given with a view to encouraging students to express themselves freely. Some simpler classics are also studied. Four hours per week throughout the year. English...
    • 1905, page 25

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    • 25 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Harmony and Composition. This course consists of instruction in the practical application of the principles of harmony as employed in actual composition, the theory of music, musical form and expression,...
    • Page 125

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    • 118 NAME _ Clau Period, _ ASSESSING YOUR LEARNING STYLE Instructrons: For each lItatement below please rellpond with one of the five choices. Write the numberthatbe&t dascribes you in the blank. 1 very lifIIe IlIce me 2 a IItIe liJce me 3 somewhof...
    • Page 126

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    • 119 1 very litlle like me 2 a litHe like me 3 somewhat like me 4/ikeme 5 a lot li/(e me 23.__I like to setup little 'what if" experiments (fur example ¬∑What lNOuld happen if I put a grasshopper in a jar with a spider?"). 24. I enjoy dong jigsaw...
    • 1910, page 37

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    • MUSIC. Mr. Tollestrup. Miss______________ Vocal Music. Instruction in the vocal music class will consist in reading the Scale, Sight-Reading to enable the student to read at sight any of the simpler musical compositions, writing from...
    • 1910, page 38

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    • 38 A deposit of five dollars must be paid to become a member of the orchestra. Band. Two practices per week. Young men who have ambition to become band leaders may develop themselves in that art in this organization. A deposit...
    • Page 128

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    • 121 Learning with Sty{e Learning Style VerballLinguistic: Mathematical/logistical VIsual/Spatial Ii Bodily/Kinesthetic Musical/Rhythmic A Interpersonal Inlrapersonal Strategies READ notes. SEE the words as you SAY the text out loud. HEAR your study...
    • 1912, page 41

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    • 41 The social institutions of the English people will be carefully considered, with a view of learning the lessons to be drawn, from the great social, religious and political changes in the History of England. The Norman conquest, the...
    • 1912, page 42

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    • 42 Musical Theory, Harmony and Composition. This course will consist of practical application of the principles of harmony as applied in actual composition, theory of music, musical form and expression ; practice in composition, criticism of...
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    • ( ollege Opera . . . "The Red M i l l . l)\r Herbert . . . . . directed by Mr. Manning, \ \ l i o i o n tinually sho\\ liis ability by producing better operas . . . displayed outstanding musical talent or Branch College . . . a splendid perrorman<...
    • Page 74

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    • High School Opera . . . "The Count and the Co-ed" . . . directed J>\. Manning . . . first high school production for sev-eral years . . . a fine performance, display-ing musical talent of our high school classes. 75
    • 1906, page 11

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    • 11 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. At this period students in Literature and Science have opportunity to demonstrate that they have power in public speaking and debate. STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS. All students are invited to become members of...
    • 1906, page 12

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    • 12 SOUTHERN BRANCH society comprises "the choral," (an organization devoted to chorus singing) the gentlemen's quartet club, the ladies' chorus, the mandolin and guitar club, the orchestra and the band. The musical public has opportunity to...
    • 1906, page 24

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    • 24 SOUTHERN BRANCH ENGLISH. Mr. Fox. Mr. Decker. English a. This course consists of a thorough study of English Grammar, special attention being paid to the practical side. Abundant practice in simple composition is given with a view...
    • 1906, page 25

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    • 25 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Vocal Music. Instruction in the vocal music class will consist in reading the Scale, Sight Reading to enable the student to read at sight any of the simpler musical compositions, writing from sound, Choral work,...

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