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Today's Junior High School, William R. Oliver Aug 1950

Today's Junior High School, William R. Oliver

All Master's Theses

The writing of this paper provides a means for the survey of the principles of organization and the ways of meeting the needs of junior high school students. It is the intention of this paper to present the functions, the principles and the methods of instruction prevalent in the junior high school.


The Classification And Annotation Of Free And Inexpensive Health Teaching Materials, Patricia C. Miller Aug 1950

The Classification And Annotation Of Free And Inexpensive Health Teaching Materials, Patricia C. Miller

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this paper is to classify and annotate free and inexpensive health teaching materials that might aid the health teacher in choosing those materials that would best fit a particular teaching situation. Since the health teacher has such an excellent array of source materials, the problem seems to be in the proper selection of these materials. Included in the paper are suggestions concerning; determining needs for health teaching materials, the techniques employed when requesting health materials, and the use of health materials. There is also a brief history and philosophy on the health education movement.


Teacher-Pupil Relationships, Lela Virginia Watson Aug 1950

Teacher-Pupil Relationships, Lela Virginia Watson

All Master's Theses

Do teacher personalities affect the behavior of pupils? The problem of this investigation is twofold. (1) To study the teaching procedures in the elementary grades of the South Kitsap Schools. (2) To determine the effect of teacher personalities upon the behavior of pupils.


A Critical Analysis Of The Training Of The Homeroom Music Teacher, Ivan A. Hill Jul 1950

A Critical Analysis Of The Training Of The Homeroom Music Teacher, Ivan A. Hill

All Master's Theses

A study of the background and development of the teaching of homeroom music shows that there is an ever-increasing need for an understanding of the many problems which face the administrators, the teachers, and the teacher education institutions. This study of the training of the homeroom music teacher was made for the purpose of defining and analyzing these problems, as they apply to situations in the state of Washington, and determining, from the opinions of teachers and principals now concerned with the situation, what might be best done to improve present conditions in order to insure effective continuation of the ...