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rAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1965

PAGE EIGHT TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12~ 1965

The B'nai Brith Hillel Found
jointly with Beth Israel Congr

ation
egation

Medlin Teaches the History of Education in French

Dedicates Its
SABBATH SERVICE to "ISRAEL"
TONIGHT
November 12-THIS WEEK ONLY AT 8:00 P.M.
AHARON S. KIDAN
Noted Israeli Statesman and Journalist, will speak on
"Israel's Immigrant Population; Cultural Pluralism or Integration"

(Continued from Page 1) filling the requirements for a Medin admits that the material the student gains and may pass
background. His education i teaching certificate. could be covered more quickly in on to his future students makes
The course is a two-credit elec- English. He takes more time than the slow pace worthwhile.
the University of California and tive. usual to prepare the lessons. He She Agrees
macter's~ a rndctor~a degees frmj Historical Survey finds that he must go over the Judy Gelfand, '66, a Frenchr
mster's and netA r~a. Thecouseeresntsaosrve -oI -.

The course presents a survey ofI
Lausanne University in Switzer- the practices and main thoughts
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Alice Applebaum
Sima Ju

Student Participants:
Barbara Becker Steve
uliar Shirley Tanner

n Goldberg

Same Course
The school offers a similarx
course in English in which ap-
proximately 120 students are en-
rolled in five sections. These are
taught by other professors.
The new course sprouted from
an idea that Medlin had to enrich
the school's curriculum. He col-
laborated with Prof. William G.
Merhab of the School of Education
and the Romance Language de-
partment.
In his double role, Merhab was
able to aid in establishing the
main objectives of the course,
constructing its general outline
and suggesting materials to be
used by the students.
Good Opportunity
Medlin sees the course as an
opportunity for prospective teach-
ers to be exposed to cultures and
educational systems of other coun-
tries while at the same time ful-

on eaucatio nrom ree wes,
including Roman, Renaissance,
'French and American educational
systems, with emphasis on French
education. The course is also de-
signed to show how "historical
and social changes are manifested
in education," and to "supply his-
torical, cultural understanding to
the practice of teaching," accord-
ing to Medlin.
One of the subjects analyzed is
Plato's "Republic," in which Plato
discusses what is most valuable
in education and who should be
educated. The students also study
the spectacular growth of Euro-
pean education since the Renais-
sance and its similarities and dif-
ferences with the classical sys-
tems.
The remaining problem facing
Medlin and Merhab was whether
the students would be able to suf -
ficiently master the material in
French.

readings more carefully in class major who hopes to become aI
to insure student comprehension French teacher, feels the same
and that he must give slightly way. "I enjoy the informal sem-
shorter reading assignments. inar atmosphere of the class and
Randee Cossman, '67, a student find the adult level of thinking
in the course, agrees. She finds challenging." It is a pleasant
that the class gives her "good change from the usual ed school
practice in writing and speaking course," she declares.I
French, but it hinders the learning Medlin's plan has received the{
of the material a little." encouragement of the Romance
However, this slight variation .languages department here which
in the course was expected - and has cooperated by informing stu-
does not shake Medlin's faith in dents that the course is available.
it. "When talking about another The undergraduate and graduate
culture, it is better to speak in committees for teaching education,
the symbolisms of that country," the curriculum committees of the
Medlin explains. He believes that education school, have also given
the intangible appreciation which their support.

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Each committee, composed of
six members of the faculty, advis-
ed students and organized the stu-
dent teacher program.
Prof. Lowell Beach of the edu-
cation school and chairman of the
undergraduate committee says
that the success of the idea will
depend on continued student de-
mand for the course.
Not Offered in Winter
The course will not be offered
next semester but will be available
to interested students next fail.
Next year Medlin will be teaching
at Lausanne University in Switzer-
land in exchange with Prof.
Georges Panchaud of that univer-
sity.
Panchaud will conduct Medlin's
classes at the University, including
the history of education-in
French, naturally.

John Planer, Jules Gardin, CANTORS with THE HII,.LEL CHOIR
Reception, Oneg Shabbat, and Discussion follows Service.

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Joint Seminar-Depts. of Engineer-
ing Mechanics and Civil Engineering.
Dr. Charles Jaeger will speak on "Rock
Mechanics," Room 325 W. Engrg., 4 p.m.
Biological Chemistry Colloquim: Dr.
R. T. Holman will speak on "Metabolic
Interrelationships between Fatty Acids,"
Fri., Nov. 12, 4 p.m., M6423 Med. Sci.
Bldg.
DIt A M O N D RI N G S
General Notices
Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Nominees
are invited to a meeting on Fri., Nov.
12, at 4:10 p.m. in the E. Conf. Rm.,
Rackham Bldg. Campus representatives
will speak briefly, and answer ques-
I tions concerning the criteria for selec-
tion, the nature and purpose of the
interviews, the choice of schools, the
intellectual biography, and other cre-
dentials submitted by each candidate
which will most clearly indicate to the
Foundation his or her quallificationsI
for a fellowship.
Doctoral Examination for Dorothy
z Elizabeth Klein Barber, English _Lan-
guage & Literature; thesis: "The Struc-
tures of 'The Lord of the Rings'," Fri.,
Nov. 12, 2601 Haven Hall,. at 1:30 p.m.
Chairman, W. G. Rice.
Enquire About
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Joint Judiciary Council: Petitioning
is now open for five student members
of the Joint Judiciary Council and
two student members for the Univer-
sity Committee on Standards and Con-
duct. Deadline date, Nov. 17, at 5
p.m. Interviewing will be on Nov. 21
and 22 in the SGC Rm., Third Floor,
SAB. Petitions are available in Rm.
1011 SAB.
Doctoral Examination for Charles Ed-
ward Siewert, Nuciear Engineering;
thesis: "Radiative Transfer Problems in#
Plane Geometry," Fri., Nov. 12, 315
Auto. Lab., N. Campus, at 10:30 a.m.
Chairman, P. F. Zweifel.
Student Governmenit Council Approval
of the following student-sponsored
events becomes effective 24 hours af ter
the publication of this notice. All
publicity for these events must be
withheld until the approval has become
effective.
Approval request forms for student
sponsored events are available in Room
1011 of the SAB.
Sigma Delta Tau sorority, spaghetti
supper, Nov. 14, 1405 Hill.
Events
The following sponsored student
events are approved for the coming
weekend. Social chairmen are reminded
that requests for approval for social,
events are due in the Office of Student
Organizations not later than 12 o'clock'
noon on Wednesday prior to the event.
FRI., NOV. 12-
Acacia, Open-Open; Allen-Rumsey,
Michigan,. Couzens, Closed Mixer; Al-
pha Delta Phi, TO, Alpha Epsilon Pi,
Open-Open; Alpha Gamma Delta,
Theme Party; Alpha Tau Omega,, TG;
Chi Phi, TG; Collegiate Sororsis, Win-
ter Dance; Delta Gamma, Pinafore Par-
ty; Delta Upsilon, TG; Evans Scholars,
TG; Evans Scholars, House Party; Phi
Alpha Kappa, TG.
Phi Delta Theta, Open-Open; Phi
Epsilon Pi, Open-Open; ° Phi Gamma
Delta, Open-Open; Phi Kappa Psi,
Party; Psi Upsilon JB; Reeves, House

Dance; Tau Kappa Epsilon, TG; Theta
Delta Chi, TG; Theta Xi, Cuosed Mix-
er; Theta Xi, Open-Open; Zeta Beta
Tau, TG; Chi Psi, TG.
SAT., NOV. 13--
Acacia, Dance & After Concert Open-
Open; Alpha Delta Phi, Party; Alpha
Tau Omega, Party Open; Anderson,
EQ, House Open-Open; Beta Theta Pi,
Open-Open Band Party; Chi Phi, Open-
Open; Cooley, EQ, Open-Open; Delta
Tau Delta, Band Party, Open-Open;
Evans Scholars, House Party; Fletcher
Hall, Dance; Frederick, S.Q., Open-
Open; Frost, Robert, Open-Open; Goin-
berg, SQ, Open-Open; Greene, EQ,
Open-Open; Hayden, EQ, Open-Open;
Kappa Alpha Psi, Party; Kappa Sig-
ma, Pledge Formal; Lambda Chi Al-
pha, House Party; Lloyd, Open-Open;
Michigan, WQ, Open-Open; Phi Delta
Theta, Party; Phi Epsilon Pi, Open-
Open.
Phi Gamma Delta, Open-Open; Phi
Kappa Psi, Dinner &.Party; Phi Kappa
Tau, Party; Phi Sigma Delta, Open-
Open; Phi Sigma Kappa, Pledge For-
mal; Pi Lambda Phi, Pledge Party;
Prescott, EQ, Open-Open; Psi Upsilon,
Pledge Formal; Reeves, Open-Open aftf-
er concert; Scott, Markley, Open-Open;
Sigma Alpha Mu, Closed Open-Open;
Sigma Nu, Pledge Formal; Sigma Phi,
Party (open-open); Strauss, Open-
Open (pajama); Theta Chi, Open-
Open; Theta Chi, Pledge; Theta Xi,
Open-Open & Pledge Formal; Tyler,
EQ, Hayride-Broadview Farms; Tyler,
EQ, Open-Open; Wenley, Open-Open
after concert; Zeta Psi, Pledge Formal;
Zeta Beta Tau, Open-Open,
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
f
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student orga-
nizations only. Forms are aailable in
Room 1011 SAB.

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Baha'i Student Group, Fireside, Pri,
Nov. 12, 8 p.m., Doom 3545 SAB,
Baptist Student Union, Discussion:
"Resistance or nonresistancy?" Fri.,
Nov. 12, 7:30 p.m., 1131 Church St.

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Chss Club, 5th round of tournament,
Nov. 12, 7:30 p.m., Room 3-D, Michi-
gan Union,
Drawing Club, Sat., Nov. 13, 11 a.m.,
Room 3-D, Michigan Union.
Folk Dance Club, Folk dance witli in-
struction, Fri., Nov. 12, 8-11 p.m., Bar-
bour Gym.
Guild House, Friday noon luncheon
discussion, "The University and the
Student," Nov. 12, 12-1 p.m., Guild
House, 802 Monroe,
Michigan Christian Fellowship, Reg-
ular lecture, Rev. Donald James of
Pittsburgh will speak on "Faith That
Works," Nov. 12, 7:30 p.m., UGLI Mul-
tipurpose Room.
Newman Student Association, Com-
munity mass and supper, 5 p.m.; fire-
side chat, 7:30 p.m., "Is Man a. Unity
or a Mixture of Body and Soul?"'
Sister Loysius, Nov. 12, 331 Thompson.
ULLR Ski Club, All campus mixer,
featuring the Knights of Harmony,
Nov. 12, 8-12 p.m., second floor, Mich-
igan League.

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