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    • 1908, page 21

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    • 21 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Fourth Year. First half. Second half. Rhetoric 3 3 Psychology 3 Pedagogy……………………………. 3 History of Education 3 3 9 9 Any of the following subjects may be taken to make up nine hours as...
    • 1909, page 24

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    • 24 SOUTHERN BRANCH GENERAL HIGH SCHOOL COURSE. First Year. First half. Second half English a 4 4 Algebra a 4 4 Physical Geography 2 2 Oral Expression(4 recitations) 2 2 Free Hand Drawing (4 periods) 2 2 Latin or German or French 4 4...
    • 1910, page 26

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    • 26 GENERAL HIGH SCHOOL COURSE. First year. First half. Second half. English a 4 4 Algebra a 4 4 Physical Geography 2 2 Oral Expression (3 recitations) 2 2 Free Hand Drawing (4 periods) 2 2 Latin or German or French I 4 4...
    • 1907, page 19

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    • 19 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. and either Domestic Science or Manual Training. But one of the two subjects, Manual Training or Domestic Science may be offered as credit towards graduation. Third Year. First half. Second half. Accounting 3...
    • 1941 33

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    • 32 BRANCH AGRICULTURAL C O L L E GE 4. VERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY. The same general plan as given in course 3 is followed in the study of the vertebrates. Some attention is given to the local fauna. Five credits. Spring. Sargent 2. GENERAL ZOOLOGY. This...
    • Page 37

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    • MINDSETS AND YOUNG STUDENTS 37 It was interesting to listen to the comments of the students and how some of them have changed over the course of eight weeks. There were two particular students who appeared very wary at the beginning. They did not...
    • Page 44

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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 41 Appendix A Student Consent Letter Dear Parents, We are asking your permission for your child take part in a research study about school-based mentor programs. Melinda Monson their teacher and a...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 42 Appendix B Introductory Handout for Recruiting Mentor East Shore Mentor Program Youth mentor programs can be found throughout the United States. These programs occur in a variety of settings, and...
    • 1958 29

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    • 56. Introductory Soils. (5 :S) Prerequisite: Inorganic Chemistry. 103. Forage Crops. (4:S) Alfalfa clover, grasses, and other farm forages; classification and meth­ods of production, harvesting and storage. Attention is given to ro­tation, soil...
    • 1958 41

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    • sales. Practical problems and ex­perience in selling. One-Year Clerical Training Program Fall Quarter English 1 ---------------------------------------- 4 Business Communications 30 ____ 3 *Beginning Typewriting 41 ________ 2 Business Machines 90...
    • 1957 30

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    • 30 DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE 103. FORAGE CROPS. Alfalfa, clover, grasses, and other farm forages; classification and methods of production, harvesting and storage; meadow and pasture management, are discussed. Attention is given to the place of...
    • 1957 31

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    • 31 125. SHEEP PRODUCTION. A study of both range and farm sheep, with emphasis on range production. Includes methods of production of lambs and wool, grading and marketing practices, feeding and studies of the breeds of sheep and their adaption to...
    • 1957 69

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    • 69 COURSES IN FOREST, RANGE, AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT I. FOREST MANAGEMENT: SuRVEY AND ORIENTATION. A survey of the profession of forest management, and relation of conservation and multiple uses of wild land resources to the welfare of the state...
    • 1957 75

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    • DIVISION OF INDUSTRIAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION DEAN PETERSON, USU Dean, College of Engineering and Technology CHARLES B. COOLEY, Chairman, Professor EUGENE HARDY, Associate Professor VICTOR DAVIS, Instructor 75 Terminal courses have been arranged...
    • 1957 85

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    • 85 SOc. THEATRE WORKSHOP: CosTUME DESIGN Ar:m MAKEUP. Those work­ing on costume design and construction and on makeup for the CSU Drama Department productions register for this course. Prerequisite: S&D SOa or consent of the instructor. A...
    • 1956_001 40

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    • ,, CEDAR CITY, UTAH 35 116. MARKETING LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS. A class designed to study production and marketing factors as -they relate to the marketing of livestock and livestock products with special reference to Utah conditions. Three...
    • 1956_001 41

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    • 36 CoLLEOE OF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. For students who plan to enter livestock production, county agent work, vocational agricultural teaching or some similar work, a minor in Agricultural Economics, Agronomy, Dairy Husbandry, Poultry...
    • 1956_001 70

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    • i .. ,. CEDAR CITY, UTAH PHYSICAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM FOR MAJORS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR MEN AND WOMEN FRESHMEN SOPHOMORES F .W .S. Group F .W.S. Phy. Science 31, 32, 33 . 4 4 4 Phy. Sc. Literature .. .... ... .. . Group 6 Eng. Sociology 70, ....
    • 1956_001 80

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    • CEDAR CrrY, UTAH 75 50a. THEATRE WoRKSHOP: AcTING. Those taking roles in the CSU Drama Department productions register for this course. Prerequisite : consent of the instructor. A Humanities course. MWF 3-5, Fall, Winter or Spring. Two to six...
    • 1956_001 97

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    • 92 CoLLEGE oF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. DIVISION OF INDUSTRIAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION J. E. CHRISTIANSEN, Dean, School of Engineering and Technology CHARLES B. CooLEY, Chairman AUTO MIDCANICS FARM MECHANICS METAL TRADES MACHINE TOOL...

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