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ERIC Number: ED023783
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 179
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The High School Vocational Stenographic Program: Tentative Report (Report on the Curriculum Workshop, June 14 - July 2, 1965).
The purpose of the study was to develop a set of guidelines for the implementation of the Vocational Education Act of 1963 as applicable to the stenographic area in business and office education at the secondary school level in the state of Ohio. Part One presents the history and present status of government-supported vocational business education and the forces affecting the demand for this program. Part Two gives the nature, philosophy, and functions of the high school vocational stenographic program. Part Three gives the content of the high school vocational stenographic program which includes three plans: (1) 15 hours of instruction per week for 2 years in the 11th and 12th grades, (2) 18 hours and 45 minutes per week for 2 years, and (3) 22 hours and 30 minutes per week for 2 years. Each unit of instruction includes an introduction, time allotment, objectives and suggested content (course outlines). Some units covered are: (1) typewriting skill, (2) transcription skill, (3) filing, (4) mathematical skills, (5) business machines, (6) duplicating processes, (7) the American business and economic system, (8) bookkeeping, (9) legal terminology, (10) human relations, (11) proper grooming, (12) self-improvement, and (13) upgrading stenographic knowldeges. (PS)
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