Departmental Notes: Biology
by Departmental notes - 1902
The outline of the Course in Botany, given in the Horace Mann School, as published in the TEACHERS COLLEGE RECORD, Vol. II, No. 1, agrees very closely to the standard entrance option in botany adopted by the College Entrance Examination Board as far as the topics and amount of work is concerned. The Horace Mann outline, however, embodies in addition the doctrine that there should be given first a synthetic course on the structure and physiology of plants, followed by a study of types. The treatment of the subject of Ecology, which in the entrance option is outlined separately from the remainder, is planned for in the Horace Mann outline in connection with other topics. This, of course, is what is contemplated by the Entrance Board.
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