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151 GUIDING CHILDREN’S ROUTINES. (3) I, II Staff I
Participation in supervised activities such as rest and food service in the nursery
school. Lecture, one hour; lab, four hours. Prereq: H.E. 150.
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155 THE CHILD AND HIS CLOTHING. (3) S Staff `
A detailed study of the selection, cost and care of the pre-school child’s clothing in
relation to his needs. Lectures and occasional Held trips. Prereq: H.E. 55.
156 PLAY AND PLAY MATERIALS. (2) S Staff
Play activities of young children, relation of play equipment to development, and
characteristics of good play materials. Construction of toys suitable for the pre-
school child. Lecture, one hour; lab, two hours. Prereq: H.E. 55.
157 INFANT DEVELOPMENT. (2) S Marshall
Study of development, care and guidance of the child during prenatal, natal and
infant periods. Lecture, two hours. Prereq: A. 0 P. 5.
158 FOOD FOR CHILDREN. (8) II, S Staff
Experience in selection, preparation and serving of food to your children. Emphasis
is placed on the prc—school age and the factors important in establishing good food
habits. Prereq: H.E. 6, 11, 52.
159a-c SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY
LIVING. (2 ea.) I, II, S Marshall
Intensive work on specific problems. Prereq: Senior or graduate standing.
180a,b SUPERVISED NURSERY SCHOOL PARTICIPATION. (3 ea.) I, II Staff
Experience in teaching a nursery school group. Lecture, one hour; lab, fo11r hours.
Prereq: H.E. 150.
181 NURSERY SCHOOL ORGANIZATION. (8) I, S Staff
Organization and administration, including housing, equipment, program, records,
parent cooperation. Field trips to nursery schools. Lecture, three hours. Prereq:
H.E. 150.
182 THE CHILD IN HIS FAMILY. (3) II, S Staff
Preparation and presentation of research reports of studies of family influences on
the personality and development of children. Lecture, three hours. Prereq: H.E.
53, 150 or consent of instructor.
259a-c SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY
LIVING. (2 ca.) I, II Marshall
Independent advanced work.
Courses in Home Management
61 HOUSING. (4) I, II WVilmore and Combs
The course deals with social and economic problems of housing American families
and problems of house buying and house planning from the standpoint of the con-
sumer. Lecture, four hours.
161 CONSUMER PROBLEMS. (3) I, II, S Wilmore
Consumer buying, its social and economic aspects. Analysis of problems of manu-
facturer, merchant, and consumer in order to understand the needs and responsibili-
ties of each group. Lecture, three hours. Prereq: Econ. 51; H. Econ. 61.
162a HOME MANAGEMENT AND FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS. (2) I, II, S `Wilmore
Philosophy and principles of home management. Study of the mechanics of time,
energy, and money management; personal development, and social and family re-
lationships. Lecture, two hours. Prereq: Econ. 51; H. Econ. 61.
162b HOME MANAGEMENT AND FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS.
(3) I, [I, S Wilmore and Combs
A residence period in the Home Management House is required of seniors in home
economics. Experience in the application of principles presented in other courses.
Prereq: H. Econ. 16’2a; Prereq. or concurrent: H. Econ. 102.
168 HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT. (3) I, II Combs
Electric and gas household equipment and small appliances; their selection, mainte-
nance, operation and cost. Lecture, two hours; lab, two hours. Prereq: H. Econ. 61.
Prereq. or concurrent: Physics 51a, 51b or 8.
169a—c SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN HOME MANAGEMENT. (2 ea.) I, II Wilmore r
Intensive work on specific phases of home management. Prereq: Senior or graduate
standing.
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