Excerpt from Advance Sheets of Syllabus for Secondary Schools, 1910: Home Economics
T'his syllabus is planned for the general high schools in vil lages and small cities rather than for manual training, technical. Or vocational high schools in the large industrial centers of t... he State. It consists of (i) a general course of garment making. Complete in itself and (2) a more advanced course in dressmaking and millinery for those schools which desire to give two years to domestic art. Each course is supposed to cover five periods throughout the year, four laboratory work and one quiz. The gen eral course can be placed in either the first or second year. In schools where cooking: has been taught in the grade immediately before the high school the sewing and dressmaking are often placed in the second and third high school years that cooking may be in the first. Thus giving the students two consecutive years of each subject. The syllabus shows the instruction to be given by the teacher and the work which the students are to do.
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