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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Department of Speech
College of Arts and Sciences

Offers a Concentrated Program of Study I


Correction of Speech Defects

and the

Training of the Hearing Handicapped













In conjunction with the
1945 SUMMER SESSION

First Term June 7- July 20
Second Term July 20 August 31
1945
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UNIVERSITY


ADMINISTRATIVE


OFFICERS


JOHN


TIGERT,


M.A.


(Oxon.),


LL.D.,


Ed.D.,


D.C.L.,


D.Litt.,


L.H.D., President of the University


TOWNES RANDOLPH LEIGH, Ph.D., D.Sc., Acting


Vice-President


and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences


JAMES


WILLIAM NORMAN, Ph.D., Dean of the Summer Session


THOMAS


MARSHALL


SIMPSON,


Ph.D.,


Dean


Graduate


School


KLEIN


HARRISON GRAHAM,


LL.D.,


Business


Manager


RICHARD SADLER JOHNSON, B.S.P., Registrar

INSTRUCTIONAL AND CLINICAL STAFF


*H. P.


CONSTANS, M.A., LL.B., Head Professor of Speech


*L. L. HALE, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Speech


R. E.


TEW


, M.A., Assistant Professor of Speech


MARGARET C.


MCCLELLAN, B.A.E., Clinical Assistant


SPECIAL


LECTURERS


M. ANDREWS


, B.A., State Director,


Vocational Rehabilitation


Service


C. BEASLEY, M.A., State Supervisor,


Vocational Rehabilitation


Case Service


EARL R.


CARLSON,


Director,


School


Corrective


Motor


Education


ALFRED CRAGO, Ph.D.,


Professor of Educational Psychology


CHARLOTTE DUNN, M.A., Teacher in the P. K.


Yonge Laboratory


School


. M.


HALL,


M.D.,


M.P.H.,


Director


Alachua


County


Health


Department


DONALD


MORRISON, D.D


Orthodontist


WALTER E. MURPHREE, M.D., Assistant


University


Physician


STUART SCOTT, M.D.,


Otologist


M.D,,







LECTURE


SUBJECTS


are


group


glad


experts


able
fields


announce


closely


that


related


we have


speech


secured


who


deliver a series of lectures on


selected


phases of


work.


The
The


History
Mental


and
and


Philosophy
Emotional


Special


Problems


Education


Phy


ically


Handi-


capped


The


Social


Problems


Physically


Handicapped


Speech
Speech
Types


Correction
Correction


Oral


Methods


and


at the


Primary


Surgery


and


Orthodontic


Therapy


Physiotherapy


Correcting
The State',


Relation


Speech


Spastic
Spastic


Program for the Education


Paralysis


of the


Phy


ically


Handi-


capped


The
The


Nature


Measurement


Operation


and


Vocational


Recording


Rehabilitation


Sound


Case


Service


The Etiology


of Hearing


Losses


The
The


County


Health


Program


Service


and


Phy


ically


Handicapped


Handicapped


School


the Deaf


will


Oral


Malformations


Level


Hearing


1I


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PRELIMINARY


STATEMENT


For


a number


years


Department


Speech


University of Florida has been working steadily in the develop-


ment


a three-fold


educational


program:


testing


entering freshmen for speech and hearing handicaps; the diag-


nostic


and


remedial


treatment


speech


and


hearing


handi-


capped persons


(this includes children and adults who are not


enrolled
training


as students


personnel


in the


University)


work


with


and


professional


handicapped


children


in the public schools of this State.


Moreover,


we have carried


on a program of teaching spoken English to the Latin American


students who are enrolled in


University.


The demand for


the professionally trained person is a present and ever increas-


one;


definite


attempt


meet


this


demand


offering during the Summer Session of 1945 an opportunity to


properly


qualified


persons


receive


concentrated


the correction of speech and hearing handicaps.


training in
Our offering


this


concentrated course


made


possible


largely


through


very substantial support given


by the


Florida Society for


Crippled


Children


and


Physically


Handicapped


Persons,


Inc.


with


headquarters at


Miami,


Mr.


Philbrick,


President,


and Mrs.


Margaret Z.


Brown, secretary.


LEGAL


PROVISIONS


FOR


THE


EDUCATION


PHYSICALLY


HANDICAPPED


CHILDREN


The


1941


Legislature of the State of Florida


passed a


(Chapter 20910, Laws of Florida)


providing for the education


of the physically handicapped children in special classes.


This


forward-looking piece of legislation


enables the


State


Depart-


ment of


Education


provide


funds


toward


cost


each


instructional unit.


Two of the types of physical handicaps in-


eluded


law


are serious


speech


defects


and


hearing


ficiencies.


CERTIFICATION


- -


TEACHERS


THE


PHYSICALLY


. L.


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some


one


instances.


year


only


requirements


as the


such


may


State


certificates
e extended


Board


valid


compliance


Education


may


a period


with


such


make.


FACILITIES


AVAILABLE


THE


UNIVERSITY


FLORIDA


The Department
play-back equipment


Speech


anatomical


microphone,


and


physiologic


recording
al charts.


and
dia-


grams
stacks


and
the


models;
standard


and


an audiometer


textbooks


The


field


Library
speech


adjacent thereto as well as a rather complete file of


and


those


professional


periodicals.


DESIRABLE


FOUNDATION


TRAINING


While


previous


desirable,


experience


and


formal


is more
purpose.


instruction
important t


should


in speech
consider


and


interested


allied


fields


individual's
in teaching


as a profession,


should


expect


acquire


a degree,


and


should


have
well


an academic


above


that.


record


that


student


is at


least


is deficient


average-preferably


in academic


back-


ground,


should


only


willing


actually


desirou


increasing


knowledge


enrolling


such


courses


are


deemed


advisable.


CONDUCT


THE


COURSE


term


Summer


Session


which


each


course


is taught the class


a class


will


discussion


meet
from


daily
2 to


from


8 to


on Tuesday


and


I morning
Thursday


afternoons or


equivalent


time


clinical


observation


and


prac-


tice


and


lecturers


for a one-hour period


will


presented.


on two


Individual


afternoons
conference


when


will


special


held


regular


intervals.


DESCRIPTION


THE


COURSES


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will


presented


articulatory


, quality,


following


pitch,


dialect,


types


delayed


speech
speech,


defects:
infantile


perseveration, cleft palate, stuttering,


bral


palsy,


and


emotional


instability


paralysis,


The


dysphasia,


course


will


cere-
con-


ducted by the lecture, class discussion and clinical


demonstration


method.


The


students


will


observe


and


work


with


patients


the Speech


and


Hearing Clinic.


GRADUATE


COURT


Sch


519.


Advanced


Speech


Correction.


6 credits.


Hale.


study


of the


pathologies of


speech


together with


the diag-


nostic


and


therapeutic


procedures


clinical


procedure


; prep-


aration of a


working manual and a clinical


program for a given


area.


This


course


will


offered


with


Sch


419


with


extra


readings,


reports,


and


research.


SECOND


Sch


413.


TERM


Training


(JULY


Hearing


-AUGUST 3:
Handicapped.


6 credits.


Hale.


Prerequisite


Sch


417


or Sch


419


or consent


structor.


course


designed


train


persons


work


with


hard


hearing


sound,


hearing.


and


and


Methods


deafened.
a anatomy


testing


study


and


physical


physiology


hearing with


aspects


organs


special


emphasis


use


audiometer.


Middle


ear,


nerve,


tone,


and


range


deafness,
be studied


auditory


aphasia


diagnostically


and


and


other


hearing


therapeutically


handicaps


Special


will


attention


will be given to improving the speech of the hearing handicapped


following


methods


moto-kinaesthesia,


phonetic


place-


ment, mechanical hearing aid, and lip reading systems.


will


observe


and


work


with


hearing


handicapped


Student
patient


Speech


and


Hearing


Clinic.


GRADUATE


COURSE








SPEECH


AND


HEARING


CLINIC


connection


with


concentrated


courses


study


scribed


above,


Department


Speech


will


conduct


a Speech


and


Hearing


Clinic


UniverSity


students


and


non-University


patient


Children


and


adults


from


surrounding


area


who


have
ance.


been


receiving


Persons


from


treatment
anywhere


in the


Clinic
state


will
may


in attend-


come


during


Summer


Session


and


receive


diagnosis


and


treatment.


The


work


Clinic


Department


will


Speech


supervised


who


will


ya staff
assisted


member


experienced


clinician
diagnosis


Persons


with


and treatment in


a speech


or hearing


handicap


desiring


the Speech and Hearing Clinic should


addr


inquiries to


Hale


, Department of Speech,


Univer


of Florida


Gainesville


Florida.


OTHER


SPEECH


THE


COURSES
SUMMER


OFFERED.
SESSION


DURING


CSc 33.


Effective


Speaking.


3 credits.


Offered


each


term.


Sch


301.


Advanced Public Speaking.


3 credits.


Offered


first


term.


Sch 404.


Dramatic Production.


3 credits.


Offered first term.


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Sch 311.


Speech Training for the Radio.


3 credits.


Offered


second term.


Sch 420.
Persons


Teaching of Speech.


desiring


further


3 credits.


information


Offered second term.


Program


Study
courses


Speech


in the


Hearing


Department of Speech


Handicapped


should address


other


such


quiries to Mr. R.


S. Johnson, the Registrar, or to Professor H. P.


Constans,


Head


Department


Speech,


University


Florida, Gainesville, Florida.




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