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Grade V, 3 periods, (a) Readings: simple readings about the history, geography, culture, and social life of Germany; selections from Goethe's Dichtung u. Wahrheit; narratives (Aurbacher, Hebel); selections from Voss's Homer; songs (Goethe, Heine, Lenau); ballads and romances (Goethe, Schiller), (b) Grammar and written work as in the Gymnasium.

Grade VI, 3 periods, (a) Readings: prose narratives (Tieck, Freytag, Keller); descriptions and essays; songs (Eichendorff, Morike, Storm, Liliencron); lyric poetry (Schiller: Lied von der Glocke, Spaziergang); Goethe's Hermann u. Dorothea, Songs I, II, IV, VI, VII. (b) Grammar and written work as in the Gymnasium.

Grade VII, 2 periods. Same as in the Gymnasium.

Grade VIII, 2 periods, (a) Readings: selections from Schiller's Wallenstein and Goethe's Faust, H. Kleist, Novalis, Grillparzer, Hebel, Ranke, Mommsen, Kant. Summary of the history of German literature, (b) Grammar and written work as in the Gymnasium.

French Language and Literature Aim: Same as in the Realgymnasium.

Grades III-IV, 5 periods, (a) Readings: simple descriptions taken from the daily life of the pupil, stories, dialogues, letters, proverbs, poems, memory work, (b) Conversation on the basis of the reading, (c) Grammar: pronunciation, reading, elements of forms, auxiliary, regular, and irregular verbs, (d) Written work: copy, dictation, composition, translation.

Grade V, 4 periods, (a) Readings: simple readings about the geography, culture, economic and social life of France; narratives, and poems, (b) Conversation, (c) Systematic grammar, synonyms and idioms, (d) Written work as in previous classes.

EDUCATION IN HUNGARY

Grade VI, 4 periods, (a) Readings: French history, narratives, and poems. (6) Conversation, (c) Grammar and written work as in previous classes.

Grade VII, 3 periods, (a) Readings: selections from nineteenth century prose writers (Mérimée, Balzac, Flaubert, Daudet, Maupassant, France, Loti); dramatists (Augier, Coppée, Rostand); lyric poets (Béranger, Lamartine, Hugo, Leconte de Lisle, Sully Prudhomme, Coppée, Baudelaire). Study of romanticism and realism. Elements of French prosody. (6) Conversation, (c) Review of grammar, {d) Written exercises; composition and letters.

Grade VIII, 3 periods, (a) Readings: selections from seventeenth and eighteenth century prose writers (Pascal, Mme. de Sevigné, Fénelon, La Bruyère, Montesquieu, Voltaire, Rousseau);

dramatists (Corneille, Racine, Molière); fable writers (La Fontaine).

English Language and Literature Aim: Same as in the Realgymnasium.

Grades III-IV, 5 periods, (a) Readings: simple descriptions from the daily life of the pupils, stories, dialogues, letters, proverbs, poems, memorization. (6) Conversation on the basis of the readings, (c) Grammar: pronunciation, reading, the elements of form, auxiliary, regular, and irregular verbs.

Grade V, 4 periods, (a) Readings: simple readings about the geography, culture, economic and social life of England, narratives, poems. (b) Conversation. (c) Systematic grammar, synonyms, idioms, (d) Written work as in lower classes.

Grade VII, 3 periods, (a) Readings: selections from nineteenth century prose writers (Dickens, Thackeray, Scott, Irving, Kipling, Wilde) and poets (Byron, Moore, Shelley, Wordsworth, Tennyson, Poe, Longfellow). Study of important literary tendencies of the nineteenth century. Elements of English prosody.

(6) Conversation, (c) Review of grammar, (d) Written exercises as in previous classes; also easy composition and letter writing.

Grade VIII, 3 periods, (a) Readings: selections from the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth century prose writers (Goldsmith, Johnson, Fielding, Sterne, Swift, Defoe, Spectator) and poets (Burns, Scotch ballads, Pope, Thomson, Gray, GoldSECONDARY EDUCATION 101 smith, Milton, Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Bacon, Sidney, Dryden).

Study of important literary tendencies, (b) Conversation, (c) Grammar, (d) Written exercises as in previous grades.

Note. The language of instruction, whenever possible, is English.

Italian Language and Literature Aim: Same as in the Realgymnasium.

Grades III-IV, 5 periods, (a) Readings: simple descriptions from the daily life of the student, stories, dialogues, letters, proverbs, poems, memory work. (6) Conversations, (c) Grammar: Pronunciation, reading, elements of form, auxiliary, regular, reflexive, and irregular verbs, (d) Written work: copying, dictation, composition, translation.

Grade V, 4 periods, (a) Readings: simple reading about the geography, culture, social and economic life of Italy; narratives and poems. (6) Conversation. (c) Systematic grammar, synonyms, idioms, (d) Written exercises as in previous grades and reviews.

Grade VI, 4 periods, (a) Readings: history of Italy, narratives, poems. (6) Conversation, (c) Grammar, (d) Written exercises as in previous grades.

Grade VII, 3 periods, (a) Readings: selections from modern writers (de Amicis, Cantu, Pellico, Manzoni, Fogazzaro, etc.);

lyric poets and dramatists (Carducci, Giusti, Manzoni). Study of important literary tendencies. The elements of Italian prosody, {b) Conversation, (c) Review of grammar. (d) Written exercises as in previous grades; also composition and letter writing.

Grade VIII, 3 periods, (a) Readings; selections from early writers (Boccaccio, Villani, Machiavelli, Galilei, etc.) and poets (Dante, Ariosto, Tasso, Alfieri, Petrarch, Parini, Monti, Foscolo, Leopardi, Metastasio, etc.). Study of the important literary tendencies. (6) Conversation, (c) Grammar, (d) Written exercises as in previous grades.





Note. The language of instruction, whenever possible, is Italian.

HistorySame as in the Gymnasium.102 EDUCATION IN HUNGARY

Geography Aim: Same as in the Gymnasium.

Grades I-II, 3 periods; III, 2 periods; IV, 1 period. Subject matter same as in the Gymnasium.

Grade VII, 1 period. Same as in grade VI of the Realgymnasium.

Grade VIII, 2 periods. Same as in grade VII of the Realgymnasium.

Natural History Grades I-II, 2 periods. Same as in the Gymnasium.

Grade V, 3 periods. Mineralogy and geology.

Grade VI, 3 periods. Botany as in grade V of the Gymnasium.

Grade VII, 3 periods. Zoology as in grade VI of the Gymnasium.

Chemistry Aim: Knowledge of the physical and chemical properties of the more important elements and compounds and of the laws concerning the composition of organic and inorganic substances; on experimental basis, knowledge of the most important chemical processes in nature, in the human body, and in the home.

Grade IV, 3 periods. Physical properties of water, water as solvent; the analysis of water, oxygen, hydrogen, fire, air, oxidation, elements, mixtures, compounds, atom, molecule, chemical symbols and formulée, classification of elements, sodium, acids and bases, salts, sulphur, sulphuric acid, sulphates, hydrogensulphide lime, nitrogen, ammonia, sublimation, phosphorus, carbon, carbonates, silicon, aluminium, zinc, iron, metallurgy, metals, hydrocarbons, petroleum, flame, vinegar, fats, carbohydrates, fermentation, alkoloids, and albumen.

Grade V, 2 periods. Brief review of the work in grade IV on the basis of experiments. The molecular and atomic theory, the kinetic theory of gases, the principle of Avogadro, chemical formulée, equations and simple stoechiometric computations, the periodic system, reaction's, gaseous and solvent states, osmosis, electrolysis, elements of thermo-chemistry, chemical affinity, important methods of chemical technology.

Grade VI, 2 periods. Distribution of carbon in nature, organic SECONDARY EDUCATION 103 analysis, methods of determination, carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen, steam, freezing and boiling points, molecular and structural formula, distillation of petroleum, saturated and unsaturated compounds, homology, isomerism, alcohols, ethers, aldehides and ketones, fats, soap, tanning, paper, plant fibres, oils, resin, camphor, dyes, cyanides, tar, albumen, assimilation and dissimilation, and brief history of chemistry.

Physics Grade III, 3 periods; V1I-VÍTT, 4 periods. Aim: Same as inthe Gymnasium.

Mathematics Aim: Same as in the Gymnasium.

Grade I, 4 periods; IT, 5 periods; ITT, 3 periods. Same as in the Gymnasium without geometry and with the elements of algebra in grade III.

Grade IV, 4 periods. Review of algebra, fundamental operations, square roots, and irrational numbers.

Grade V, 4 periods. Algebra. Quadratic equations as in grade V of the Gymnasium. Planimetry: as in grade V of the Gymnasium; also application of geometrical principles. Stereometry: surfaces, determination of planes, correlative positions of planes, correlative positions of three planes, planes and straight lines in vertical position, point and plane, parallel planes, angle of a straight line and a plane, and angle of two planes.

Grade VI, 4 periods. Algebra and trigonometry as in the Gymnasium.

Grade VII, 3 periods. Analytical geometry its in grade VII of the Gymnasium. Stereometry: review of stereometry, right angle and oblique angle, convex polyhedrals, Euler's theorem, regular objects, prism, pyramid and truncated pyramid, and the stereometric contents of grade VIII of the Gymnasium.

Grade VIII, 3 periods. Algebra as in the Gymnasium. Analytical geometry: the rectangular and polar co-ordinate system; the parameter system of equations {x = a + r cosine Θ, y = b + r sine Θ). The simplest equation systems for the circle, parabola, and ellipse. The equations of tangents of cones by differential computation. Complex numbers; real numbers and the non-soluble quadratic equivalent; the four fundamental operEDUCATION IN HUNGARY ations with complex numbers; representation of complex numbers and their trigonometric forms; Moivee's theorem; the nth root.

Geometrical Drawing and Constructive Geometry Aim: Study of the more important geometrical concepts and fundamentals and their application in constructive drawing; systematic development of the delineation of plane figures and their construction.

Geometrical Drawing Grade I, 3 periods. The simplest plane figures; study of geometrical principles; computation of circumferences and areas of planes; congruence, similarity, and symmetry. Drawing: drawing of figures used in both simple and decorative forms with the aid of compass and rule, later in India ink.

Grade II, 2 periods. Cube, prism, pyramid, cylinder, cone, sphere; their study and analysis. The diagonal, diagonal plane, angle of inclination, dihedral angles, angles of bodies. Preparation of symmetrical objects. Calculation of surfaces and volume by measurements. Drawing: drawing of the above objects in various sizes and using the principles of parallel projection.

Grade III, 2 periods. Study of distances; copying of triangles,

the characteristics of the isocèles triangle; constructions. Construction of right triangles, oblique triangles and squares, parallelogram. Circumscribed and inscribed polygon's. Drawing:

accurate drawings of the above constructions.

Grade IV, 2 periods. The circle; chords and tangents; central and peripheral angles; correlative position of circles; construction of tangents to two circles; problems in finding the centre of a circle; accurate drawing of conies.

Descriptive Geometry Grade V, 2 periods. Projection, parallel projection of right angles; system of auxiliary planes, unification of planes, points, projections of intersecting, parallel, or curved lines, projection of planes of straight lines, construction of the shadows of solids upon drawn planes; descriptions of prisms and the pyramid in its simplest positions.

Grade VI, 2 periods. Application of new planes for the determination of distances and angles of area. Description of a SECONDARY EDUCATION 105 106 EDUCATION IN HUNGARY straight line; a line and a plane in vertical position; generation and classification of surface; description of regular objects in the simplest position; description of a pyramid in common positions;

intersection surfaces of planes; their shades and shadows; construction of the model of described plane surfaces; architectural plans; their reading.

Grade VII, 2 periods. Two images and a shadow of a plane;

references of agreement; images of the circle; construction' of the points of an ellipsis related to a circle; construction of the principal axis by the Ritz method; the relation of the images of two surfaces of a prism; generation of planes around a vertical axis;

description of the sphere, spherical cone, and cylinder; their tangent surfaces; construction of the mutual points of surfaces and straight lines.

Grade VIII, 2 periods. Description of leaning cones and cylinders; cut surfaces of the sphere, cone, and cylinder; projection of a straight spherical cone, straight and leaning spherical cylinder into a plane; shades and shadows of a sphere, cone, and cylinder.

Philosophy Grade VIII, 2 periods. As in Gymnasium.

Drawing Grade I-VIII, 2 periods. As in Gymnasium.

Physical Training Grade I-VIII, 2 periods. As in Gymnasium.

Singing Grade I-II, 1 period. As in Gymnasium.

Hygiene Grade VII-VIII, one semester, 2 periods. As in' Gymnasium.

Optional Subjects The secondary school offers subjects which may be voluntarily chosen by pupils; their study is not required and students get no credit in them. They are: (a) Conversation in German in all types of secondary schools; (6) French; (c) English; (d) Latin; (e) Greek only in these types offered, where it is not SECONDARY EDUCATION 107 108 EDUCATION IN HUNGARY compulsory; (f) laboratory work in biology; (g) laboratory work in physics; (h) laboratory work in chemistry; (i) shorthand writing; (;') drawing; (k) manual training; (I) classical songs; (m) music; [n) fencing; (o) dancing. Students are permitted to take only as many extraordinary subjects as do not interfere with their regular work.

METHODS OP INSTRUCTION

The courses of study of the three types of schools define the desired goal of each subject and also emphasize the material that is to serve as a guide. For the purpose of developing this latter object, suggestions wrere issued in 1927 with the aim of providing a systematic distribution and development of each subject.



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