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Learning a new language enables you to have a broader understanding of that culture. Becoming multilingual, you have the advantage of seeing the world from different vantage points.
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This courses is for seasoned adults with very little experience with blogging.  It is time for you to share your stories with other generations.  This course, will help students to learn how to purchase their own domain name, set up a Wordpress blog, and write their own blog post.  

181SLTW2565A

Start date: 08/19/17

End date: 08/26/17

Fee: $99.00

2 sessions.

Location : KSU Center Location : 
  KSU Center.

Room :  Not Assigned



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In this course, students will focus on daily observation and Dream Journaling basics for greater creativity.  Students will learn how to use their dreams to solve problems, discover patterns, overcome fears, enjoy greater clarity and awareness, look at the world from a different perspective and tap into the personal creativity.  Eachh student will journal about their dreams. 

174SLTW2564A

Start date: 04/04/17

End date: 04/25/17

Fee: $59.00

4 sessions.

Location : KSU Center Location : 
  KSU Center.

Room :  123



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Spanish is Fun! Part I arrow

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This course is designed to introduce students to the Spanish language and its similarities and differences from English.  The course will continue to provide studetns with new vocabulary related to conversation, dining and vocabulary used when traveling.  Students will acquire language skills to use more complex sentence structures and vocabulary.  Various components of Spanish culture will also be explored. Students must have completed Spanish is Fun! Part 1, 11 and 111 before registering for this course. 

174SLAN3323A

Start date: 04/06/17

End date: 06/08/17

Fee: $159.00

10 sessions.

Location : KSU Center Location : 
  KSU Center.

Room : Multiple  Room : 
  123. 
  203.



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Through diaries, journals, expeditions, pilgrimages, adventures and leisure travelogues, the class will discuss texts that define the question, "What is Travel?" The nature and meaning of travel will be discussed.  The course introduces different types of travel literature, and the traveler's ways of responding to interpreting people annd cultures.  Narrative structure, content, perspective, and cultural assumptions will be discussed. Readings from Columbus' diaries, a slave's journal, the European Grand Tour, the great African explorers, the writings of sole adventure travelers, a poet's pilgrimage, and the leisure traveler will shape our notion of travel. This course will help to confirm or revise our views of history and society. 

181SLTW2507A

Start date: 08/10/17

End date: 09/28/17

Fee: $139.00

8 sessions.

Location : KSU Center Location : 
  KSU Center.

Room :  Not Assigned



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You’ve been thinking about it for a long time. You may even have started it, perhaps several times, only to get bogged down. Why keep fooling around? Get serious! Discover the tricks and techniques novelist Josh Langston uses to produce a new novel every year. If he can do it, so can you! You'll pick up a thousand story ideas in the very first class. Learn plot strategy, characterization, how to create andmaintain tension, and how these critical elements apply to all genres. Gain insights on sensory writing, dialog construction, and tools for editing and revision. You’ll also get tips on finding an agent, an editor and a publisher.

174SLTW2563A

Start date: 04/12/17

End date: 05/31/17

Fee: $159.00

8 sessions.

Location : KSU Center Location : 
  KSU Center.

Room : Multiple  Room : 
  115. 
  205.



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