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IV. WRITERS The courses in the School of Expression have been the means of unfolding the creative energies and of developing individuality in style of able writers. Dramatic courses are as helpful to writers of plays as to actors. Style in writing is developed by systematic and progressive stimuli. Laws of writing are deduced from a study of the universal principles of art and are applied to the writing of themes. Rules of rhetoric and grammar related to universal laws are thus relieved of their mechanical tendencies.
V. PUBLIC SPEAKERS
(Public Speakers' Diploma) Practical courses to develop the power to think when upon the feet and to secure a vocabulary of delivery as well as of words. The student receives practical exercises and studies to awaken a true ideal of oratory. These develop mental power and grasp, logical method and control of feeling, as well as of voice and of body. Laws of expression applied to oratory and style in delivery.
Courses: 1. Conversations. 2. Extemporaneous Speaking. 3. Story-telling. 4. Discussions. 5. Debate. 6. Oratory. 7. Voice. 8. Platform Art. a. Preachers
The development of the preacher is a peculiarly difficult problem of education. Mere knowledge will not do the work. Mind, voice and body must be thoroughly trained and brought into unity; imagination and feeling must be awakened and spiritual powers realized.
9. Naturalness established to correct mannerisms. 10. Bible Reading. 11. Literary Interpretation of Poetry.
Special classes and work are arranged in both the summer and winter terms. (See Special Circular.) b. Lawyers
Lawyers have found the courses in the School of Expression of great advantage, and several courses on Saturday afternoons and on certain evenings during the week are arranged for members of the legal profession.
Courses: 1. Extemporaneous Speaking. 2. Voice. 3. Discussions. 4. Methods of Orators. 5. Art of Speaking. 6. Argumentation and Debate. 7. Oratoric Style. c. Lecturers
Those preparing to become lyceum lecturers and entertainers are recommended to take the courses for Public Speaking and Dramatic Expression. Special courses are adapted to individual needs.
VI SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS In addition to the preceding courses prescribed for graduation with different diplomas, special work in class and with individuals is arranged for those who have peculiar difficulties, or are hindered from taking diploma courses. Work in any subject is given when needed, to suit, as far as possible, the convenience of students. Many persons now filling high positions were thus started in their preparation by the School.
I. PREPARATORY COURSES Preparatory Courses, to make up deficiencies, either for Advanced Standing or for regular requirements:
a. All summer work counts toward regular diploma courses. (See March number of “ Expression.")
b. Special September Preparatory Term opens the first Tuesday in September. (See March number of “ Expression.")
c. Four hours on Saturday for students and teachers occupied during the week.
d. Special evening courses. (See Evening Circular.)
II. CLINIC FOR DEFECTIVE SPEECH For years the School of Expression has been correcting defective speech by the methods of the School, with excellent results. We are glad to announce a Clinic in the school, with the following Consulting Physicians: Edward B. Lane, M.D., 419 Boylston Street, Boston; Isador H. Coriat, M.D., 416 Marlborough Street, Boston, Eliza Taylor Ransom, M.D., 197 Bay State Road, Boston, and Clara E. Gary, M.D., 416 Marlborough Street, Boston.
Cases requiring specific work in voice receive expert examination and diagnosis, and special courses of training are arranged for individual cases.
Stammering, Impediments of Speech, Defective Conditions, Pathological Conditions, Sore Throat Caused by Misuse of Voice, Loss of Voice, are laboratory cases. (See Special Circular.)
III. TEACHERS OF THE DEAF Harmonic training, vocal training, articulation, programs of voice exercises for deaf mutes.
IV. DEPARTMENT OF SONG For Singers desiring the advantage of School of Expression methods a course has been arranged. PRIVATE LESSONS, AND COURSES SUITED TO INDIVIDUAL NEEDS.
Arrangements may be made by those desiring to take only individual lessons or special subjects. Also special groups of subjects may be taken. Chorus work in public schools. For further particulars apply to
DEPARTMENT OF SONG
SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION
V. PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS AND OTHERS Elective courses, Saturday morning, afternoon, and evenings. (See Circular for Public School teachers.)
VI. CHILDREN'S CLASSES Saturday afternoon. Courses: 1. Reading and Recitation. 2. Simple Harmonic Exercises. 3. Fancy Steps. 4. Gymnastics.
VII. PUBLIC SPEAKING Special course in Public Speaking for men. (See Public Speaking Circular.)
VIII Dramatic League courses for ladies, including reading of plays, and dramatic criticism of plays.
IX. PHYSICAL TRAINING
The various courses in Physical Training are open to special students, and full normal courses for teachers of Physical Culture are given. A general course for health and grace: 1. Fancy Steps or rhythmic movements in dancing. 2. Corrective work. 3. Medical Gymnastics. 4. Playground Course, including Folk Dancing, Story Telling, Games, etc. 6. General training for children and adults. (See Organic Gymnastic Circular.)
* FIRST YEAR Qualities of Voice (Program) | Voice (Qualities) (Program) | Oral English — Story Telling Pri
(“ Mind and Voice," Parts ("Mind and Voice,” Parts ("Little Classics ") I, II, III)
I, II, III) Oral English -- Bible -- Par- | Oral English (“ Foundations Oral English - Literature Voi ables (" Imagination and of Vocal Expression ")
and Expression - Epochs Dramatic Instinct")
of Literature Harmonic Training (Program) Dramatic Thinking (Shake Voice Qualities (Problems) Com
("Mind and Voice," Parts
I, II, III) Oral English - Narrative Oral English — Speaking – Dramatic Thinking – Re- Rhe Poetry -- Recitation
Epochs of Literature
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† FIRST YEAR SPE Qualities of Voice (Program) | Voice (Qualities) (Program) | Oral English - Literature and Prit
" Mind and Voice," Parts 1 (“ Mind and Voice,” Parts Expression I, II, III)
I, II, III) Oral English Bible - Par Oral English (“ Foundations | Oral English - Problemg Voir ables (“Imagination and of Vocal Expression")
("Foundations of Vocap Dramatic Instinct")
Expression") Literary and Platform Art - Dramatic Thinking (Shake- | Oral English (“Imagination Mom Monologue ("Browning speare)
and Dramatic Instinct,' an and Dramatic Monologue"
Part II) Harmonic Training-Rhythm
Oral English - Speaking - | Dramatic Thinking – R6. Dra Co-operative Steps Epochs of Literature
† SECOND YEAR SPE Qualities of Voice (Program) 1 Oral English – Recitation Oral English - Literature and Prin
("* Mind and Voice,” Parts - Personation — Partici Expression I, II, III)
pation - Platform Art Oral English Bible - Par Oral English (“ Foundations | Art of Shakespeare (Dow-Toni ables ("Imagination and of Vocal Expression")
den's "Primer") Dramatic Instinct") Literary and Platform Art | Dramatic Thinking (Shake- Pantomimic Problems
-- Monologue (“ Browning speare) and Dramatic Monologue")
Oral English (as above) . | Oral English - Problems
* SECOND (MIDDLE) YEAR Voice (Articulation) ** Mind | Program
and Voice," Parts I, II, III) Oral English - Reading | Art of Shakespeare (Dow- Actic
(“Classics for Vocal Ex den's “Primer") HOME STUDY
pression") Oral English - Personation Oral English - Literature and Oral and Participation
Expression Co-operative Steps – Ele- | Elliptic Pantomime - Program Cowomental Actions. - Rhythm
† THIRD YEAR SPEC Oral English (“Imagination, Oral English - Literature - | Co-operative Steps and Ele- Voice
and Dramatic Instinct,” Method and Descriptive mental Action Part II)
Style — Reading from Ep
ochs of Literature Oral English-Public Speak Co-operative Pantomime Oral English Criticism XIV -- Actio ing - Discussion
Dramatic Modulation of Voice More ing and Dramatic Mono
- Elemental Praxis logue")
Principles of Voice Oral English-Dramatic Mod-1 Dramatic Thinking - Re- Program - Elliptic Pantoulation of Voice ("Classics") hearsal — Characterization I mime
* THIRD YEAR IRECT Oral English (“ Imagination Oral English – Literatura
and Dramatic Instinct," (as above) Part II)
Co-operative Pantomime Oral English - Public Speaking - Discussion
HOME DAY Criticism XVI – Unity
Methods of Teaching
I FOURTH VEA
Oral English - Literature -- Co-operative Steps and EleStare
Method and Descriptive Style mental Action Elective Co-operative Pantomime Oral English Criticism XIV ANTO
Platform Art Oral English - Literature | Modern Drama
Dramatic Modulation of Voi and Expression - Epochs
-- Elemental Praxis of Literature
Principles of Voice English Dramatic Mod- Dramatic Construction (Text- | Program Elliptic Pantoulation of Voice ("Classics"')I book "Art of Play writing" | mime Color Courses, $150 per year. † Special Courses, selected from Horarium, $200 per year: ! Tuis.
& Electives outside of course for which student in
Saturday FIN'EAR CLASS - Strategy | Principles of Training Oral English (“ Founda
tions of Vocal Expression")
hearsal — Farce — Comedy -Lo | Rhetoric - Grammar - Eng- | Recital
lish T YEAR SPECIAL COURSE - rent Principles of Training Pantomimic Problems
Oral English — Mono
Spirit - Recitation
Voice," Parts I and II)
chology of Vocal Expression va fins la Dramatic Spirit - Prose Recital
Problems in Voice and Body
Spirit - Recitation Up Tone Production (“' Mind Oral English - Vocal Ex- .Voice (Emission) (“Mind and 10 and Voice” - Parts I, II, pression - Elemental
Voice,” Parts I and II)
hearsal — Farce - Comedy | Thinking — Recitation
Problems in Voice and Body | 12 DOLE YEAR REGULAR COURSE
Principles of Voice (“ Mind | Oral English - Literature and Adjunctive English
and Voice," Parts I, II, III) Expression — The Novel Copy Action - Elliptic Pantomime Dramatic Rehearsal
Voice (Emission) (“Mind and
Voice," Parts I and II)
Vocal Expression")— Psy
chology of Expression Co-operative Steps - Ele- | Recital
Problems ("Imagination and
Dramatic Instinct," Part II)
Oral English - Literature and | Oral English (“ Spoken Eng- / 9
Century Drama) - Action - Elliptic Pantomime Dramatic Interpretation - Im- Voice (Emission) (“Mind and 10
personation — Platform Art Voice," Parts I and II) Modern Drama — Unity Oral English - Literature and | Dramatic Criticism - Char II
Expression-Creative Think acterization (Shakespeare)
ing — Epochs of Literature Dramatic Construction (Text- Recital
Science of Speech (Bell's
** Visible Speech ")
Impersonation - Platform Sketches — Comedy
Expression-Creative Think acterization (Shakespeare)
ing Epochs of Literature Dramatic Construction (Text- | Recital
Science of Speech (Bell's
“ Visible Speech ")
("Spoken English ")
Expression--Creative Think acterization (Shakespeare)
ing --- Epochs of Literature Dramatic Construction (Text- | Recital
Science of Speech (Bell's book "Art of Playwriting")
" Visible Speech") e Tuition, $50. Subject to change; especially at Second Half-Year when new courses are introduced.
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