The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 16, 1961 · Page 5
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Nason On Education A Student Must Organize Learning Into Knowledge By LESLIE J. NASON Professor of Education, USC You say you're having trouble with your school work. As many other students have done in the past, you come to me protesting, "Dr. Nason, I just can't seem to remember a 11 those dates, all those names, all those facts." First, let's establish the necessity for doing something about this Then we'll diagnose you r diffkultyr Final ly, we'll recom mend a relative ly painless kind of treatment. And it will worn. Your trouble probably is a lack of organization, not necessarily organization of work habits but of the other. Let the left side of the line represent the beginning of any period you are studying Let the right side represent 100 years later, or even 200 years. 2. Put on this line all of the dates that you know from your history lesson which fall into this period. Label these dates with names and places. 3. Refer to your text for other dates which you can add to help Stray Postcard Irks Nigerians By ROBERT M. LINDSAY IBADAN, Nigera (AP)-A postcard that went astray has given the American Peace Corps its first black eye in the field. Nigerian university students demanded Sunday that the corps unit sent to teach Nigerians !>e "With all the training we had, we were really not prepared for the squalor and absolutely primitive living conditions rampant both in the cities and the bush. "We had had no idea about what 'underdeveloped' means. It really is a revelation, and once we got over the initial, horrified expelled because of criticism of ( sn ock, it is a very rewarding ex- learning itself. We'll test this in j primitive living conditions in this j pe r j e nce. Everyone except as ». minute. But, before we do, let! year-old African republic written! ]j ves j n the streets, cooks in the streets, and even goes to bathrooms in the streets." Fill up the line. Throw the whole thing away and do the same thing again tomorrow. Time lines are just one means of helping you organize those errant facts that seem to be so elusive when you're trying to recall them to answer questions. Here's another sure-fire way of organizing learning into knowledge. 1. Read the first chapter of one of your textbooks and from memory write a one-page outline of what was covered. What did the author talk about? Keep your out' line in short sentences. 2. Check this against the table of contents and the chapter heads. What did you leave out? Correct your outline. 3. Now try to incorporate the second chapter with the first and still keep your written-from-mem- J Pakistan Camel Cart Driver Gets Gilt-Edged Treatment I President Adolfo Lopez Mateos., Bashir's trip originally was scheduled for July 4 but was delayed until after the visit of the Pakistan President. Johnson—to ' whom Bashir re- JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AV)- fers as « the d t king"-first Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson plans today to give a Pakistan camel cart driver the same gilt- edge treatment that has charmed heads of nations. Bashir Ahmad, 44, who sports a flowing black mustache, and Johnson • arrived at the latter's central Texas ranch Sunday night. The camel driver then was whisked to the ranch house in a jeep flying the Pakistan flag. The vice president planned to take Bashir on a tour similar to sightseeing trips given President Kennedy, German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, Pakistan ident Ayub Khan, and Mexico's met the camel driver while the vice president was touring Pakis- THE OTTAWA HERALD C Monday, October 16, 1961 * tan last spring. As he shook hands with Bashir, Johnson said, "Come over and see me." and Bashir accepted. American business men made the trip possible under the People-to-People program. LOOK AT IT THIS WAY ... A Northwestern Mutual life insurance policy is a contract that obligates our company to complete your financial affairs. ROBERT L SHIELDS SPECIAL AGENT Bennett Bldg., 3rd and Main Phone CH 2-4460 or CH 2-2065 The Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co. "Because there IS a difference" me say that what you <;ct at by an enthusiastic—liut "thought- school is learning which must be organized into knowledge before it is much good to you. If you don't know how to organize learning into knowledge, then you arc in trouble and you will continue to be until you learn how to put unrelated facts into the proper pigeon holes. Now let's consider your case. If I ask, "Do you study ahead?" You probably will answer, "No." less"—girl in the group. Her postcard home, dropped accidentally on the campus, stirred 1,000 students at Ibadan University College to an angry demonstration denouncing the American volunteers as "agents of imperialism." Which of the following answers i in« the "thoughtless card" and Ike Approved Sale Of Jets WASHINGTON (AP) - The i Washington Post said today it had Margery Michelmore, 23, Smith j learned p res ident Kennedy was College honor graduate from Fox- j assure d by former President boro, Mass., quickly apologized to the university authorities for writ- Admits Killing Two Former Pals ory outline in just one page. Check the new outline against the book j and correct as necessary. j 4. Start over and include still another chapter — but prepare the same page-length outline. 5. Perhaps this brings you up- to-date in the course. Then there's just one more thing to do: Read ahead one more chapter. would be your reason for studying ahead? not] offered to resign from the corps j in an attempt to quiet the up- 1. It's no use. The teacher i roar, doesn't follow the text. 2. The course seems like a lot of "stuff." Dwight D. Eisenhower that the shipment of surplus Saber jet fighters to Yugoslavia was in the national interest. "Gen. Eisenhower is said to have told President Kennedy," I Peace Corps Director Sargent; the Post story said, "that the I Shriver said in Washington he planes shipped to Yugoslavia were , 3 The teacher is alwavs ask- i ' " ' talked to the Nigerian ambassador and "he did not seem dis-! If you need to know how to organize learning, these things will help you. In conclusion, a word of consolation: You aren't the first student to experience organizing trouble and you have a great deal of present company. (You can write Dr. Nason in care of this newspaper, although obsolescent and and would never he will be able to answer only for little details turbed - He said H was the ^'P 6 {uture - ' n a major war of the 4 He expects us to have ev-' of thin S >' ou could ex P ect in this 1 The State De P artment said the erything memorized, including all (killd , of operation, and I agreed j purchase agreement was com,. J H °V I with him." jpleted Jan. 15, five days before inose aaies. i , Ke|inedy succeed Eisenhower. 5. If I studied ahead, I'd prob- The anti-American demons)ra-; Kenned ;, coulc i have canceled the questions of general interest in his column.) COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP)-A moody youth—shot by state troop- j ers as he attempted to flee from : his Adirondack Mountains hide j out—has admitted he killed two former chums, police report. The youth, Charles E. Warner. 16, seriously wounded by police fire Sunday, is in a hospital here "We had a fight a long time ago," he said as he reportedly ; admitted the fatal shooting Satur ' day night of Philip Lindroth and ; Howard Lindstadt, each 17. The violence began between twu ! banks on the main street of this : picturesque resort community— • noted as the birthplace of base- i ball—and ended at an Adirondack j cabin on Big Moose Lake. i Herbert Warner, father of j Charles, said he did not have "the slightest idea what brought this about." I None of the boys had been in 'trouble previously. Extra $ 10 Discount an a flame-free ELECTRIC DRYER -Clip and present this Coupon on a Flame-Free ELECTRIC DRYER This certificate is worth ten dollars ($10.00) on the purchase of an Electric Clothes Dryer. As an authorized dealer we will honor this certificate on any specified brand named 240-volt Electric Dryer we sell when installed on lines of K. C. Power & Light Co. on or before November 30, 1961. 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