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Image 35 of Catalogue of the Officers, Studies, and Students of the State College of Kentucky, Lexington, (1908-1909)

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1 · '?if";il’·{il€,t i li GENERAL INFORMATION 29 ) English History, as given by Cheyney’s Short History of Eng- 1 land, Walker’s Essentials, or \Vrong’s British Nation. Mediaevol and Modern History, equivalent to \rVest’s Modern i _ - History, which emphasizes the nineteenth century. , · Hrsronv AND Civics (ELECTIVE)-TWO units. American History A ’ . and Civil Government (Civics)—one-half unit each—should be · pursued in the last year of the High School, each serving to illus-- Z { * i trate the other. In Civil Government the pupil should know the ` * ‘_ relations and functions of the county, city, state and national I . governments. , — In addition to this unit, the candidate may offer one elective ` I [ unit from the required courses described above. . r ’ I ` ' _ anottsn. · The three units that must be offered in English are these: _ Advanced Granznzar. First Year. One unit. i - R/mtaric and Composition. Second Ycar. One unit. . I t . . . . ` , ` Reading and Practice. T/zzrd Year. One—half unit. For 1909 , L · and 1910 the books prescribed are these: Shakespeare’s The Mer- ‘ chant of Venice and Macbeth; Addison’s Sir Roger de Coverley - T i papers; Irving’s Life of Goldsmith; Coleridge’s Ancient Mariner; , Q ‘_ Scott’s Ivanhoe and Lady of the Lake; Tennyson’s Gareth and U ` ` i i Lynette, Lancelot and Elaine, the Passing of Arthur; Lowell’s i » Vision of Sir Launfal; George Eliot’s Silas Marner. · Study and Practice. T/zird Ycar. One—half unit. Preparation . , includes the thorough study of each of the works named below; - a knowledge of the subject matter. form and structure. In addi- _ ~ - tion, the candidate may be required to answer questions involving ‘ "' . - ` the essentials of English grammar, and questions on the leading facts in those periods of English history to which the prescribed p . works belong. For 1909-10 the books set for this part of the work 1 , are these: Shakespeare’s julius Caesar; l\iIilton’s Lycidas, Comus, . - L’Allcgro and Il Penseroso; Burke’s Speech on Conciliation with ‘ . . the Colonies; Macaulays Essays on Addison and Life of johnson. . · Unless pupils have had daily or weekly exercises in Composi- , { tion and Theme—writing throughout the three or four years of _ 1 ·. · ~I it 1 : l i g.,·¤ . I ° il} .,,, ,,,13 in v_ ‘ i · l , ,..» , _, ,, _ · _ _ · __ _·‘M·>