Class Schedule Search Results for Spring 2020

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Course where the cost of the textbook is zero dollars and no cost to the student (SB 1359).

CREO - Older Adults, Creative English

CREO NC014 - The Wonderful World of Movies: For Older Adults (0 Unit)

This course explores the writing, directing, actors, and awards of 20th Century films set in locales around the globe. Older adult students exercise critical thinking and develop self-expression by comparing their reaction to films originally shown between the 1930's to the 1990's and their response to seeing the same movie today. Films reinforce self-esteem through the validation of memories of the original viewing of older films. Socialization and critical thinking are enhanced through group discussion. Students participate in the selection of films.
Hours: 30 (10 lecture,20 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Noncredit
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
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OPEN 65907 0.0 Lec T R 01:30pm - 02:20pm WAKE 18 25 22 0 0 Fred Hofmann 03/09-05/09 8
Lab T R 02:25pm - 03:15pm WAKE 18 03/09-05/09
OPEN 65908 0.0 Lec W 05:00pm - 05:55pm WAKE 28 25 17 0 0 Travis Weedon 01/15-03/04 8
Lab W 06:00pm - 08:30pm WAKE 28 01/15-03/04
OPEN 65909 0.0 Lec W 05:00pm - 05:55pm WAKE 28 25 9 0 0 Travis Weedon 03/11-05/06 8
Lab W 06:00pm - 08:30pm WAKE 28 03/11-05/06
CLOSED 66480 0.0 Lec W F 01:00pm - 01:50pm MARVA MTG ROOM 40 44 0 0 Fred Hofmann 01/13-03/07 8
Lab W F 01:55pm - 02:55pm MARVA MTG ROOM 01/13-03/07

CREO NC120 - Modern and Classic Short Stories: For Older Adults (0 Unit)

Provides older adults the opportunity to enter into a sustained close reading of texts, allowing for a fuller exploration of the art of each work. To that end participants discuss characterization, plot, style, imagery, metaphor, narrative structure, point of view and theme. Texts are read aloud in class and students are invited to communicate their reflections and insights in response to each reading. Materials for the course – modern and classic short stories from the US, Britain, and other nations – are selected each term.
Hours: 16 (16 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Noncredit
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
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Instructor Date Weeks
CLOSED 65833 0.0 Lec F 10:00am - 12:10pm SCHOTT 03 25 33 0 0 Mark Ferrer 01/17-03/06 8
OPEN 65834 0.0 Lec F 10:00am - 11:55am SCHOTT 03 35 28 0 0 Mark Ferrer 03/13-05/08 8

CREO NC303 - Explorations in Literature for Older Adults (0 Unit)

Older adults become more avid, savvy readers of literature by learning how to “close read.” Through classroom readings, lecture, and discussion, students understand the dynamics of literature and how the study of literature applies to their lives. They also explore how literature reveals relationships between people and people's relationships to the world, as well as how it can often give a clearer view of its times than contemporary news reports or historical analysis.
Hours: 16 (16 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Noncredit
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
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WL
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Instructor Date Weeks
OPEN 65835 0.0 Lec T 01:00pm - 02:55pm SCHOTT 06 30 22 0 0 Shelly Lowenkopf 01/14-03/03 8
OPEN 65836 0.0 Lec T 01:00pm - 02:55pm SCHOTT 06 30 17 0 0 Shelly Lowenkopf 03/10-05/05 8

CREO NC335 - Poetry, Prose and Plays: For Older Adults (0 Unit)

Older adult students learn techniques for close reading of literary texts. Examines the elements of storytelling: plot, character, theme, point of view and setting. Analyzes the effect of words, images, metaphors, patterns and cadences in the various works. Explores the effects of cultural context, values, irony and paradox on the reader. Titles will be determined in class and will include selections from poetry, prose and plays.
Hours: 16 (16 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Noncredit
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
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WL
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Instructor Date Weeks
OPEN 65837 0.0 Lec W 10:00am - 11:55am SCHOTT 03 30 17 0 0 Mark Ferrer 03/11-05/06 8
OPEN 65838 0.0 Lec R 10:00am - 11:55am SCHOTT 03 30 21 0 0 Mark Ferrer 01/15-03/04 8
OPEN 65839 0.0 Lec R 10:01am - 11:55am SCHOTT 03 30 16 0 0 Mark Ferrer 03/12-05/07 8

CREO NC497 - Survey of Literary Classics: For Older Adults (0 Unit)

Presents older adults with the opportunity and guidance to read, analyze, evaluate and discuss literary classics. Assists students to place modern experience in a historical context and to view historical events with a modern perspective.
Hours: 16 (16 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Noncredit
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
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WL
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Instructor Date Weeks
OPEN 65840 0.0 Lec M 03:30pm - 05:55pm SCHOTT 03 35 28 0 0 Mark Ferrer 01/13-03/02 8
OPEN 65841 0.0 Lec M 03:30pm - 05:25pm SCHOTT 03 35 28 0 0 Mark Ferrer 03/09-05/04 8
CLOSED 65842 0.0 Lec R 01:00pm - 02:55pm SCHOTT 06 30 32 0 0 Ross Robins 01/16-03/05 8

CREO NC630 - Screening Your Ideas: For Older Adults (0 Unit)

Older adult students explore the basics of screenwriting and examine story ideas for TV or motion pictures. The purpose of this course is to find out what makes an idea worth pursuing. Participants learn different techniques to develop their creativity through the study of characters, story and various genres. Students also analyze the opening scenes from a range of different films.
Hours: 16 (16 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Noncredit
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
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Instructor Date Weeks
OPEN 65911 0.0 Lec W 12:00pm - 01:55pm WAKE 16 25 6 0 0 Travis Weedon 03/14-05/09 8

CREO NC642 - Getting Started, Getting Good and Getting Your Fiction Published: For Older Adults (0 Unit)

Older adult students learn that effective, publishable fiction requires intriguing characters, a good story line, a compelling narrative voice, convincing dialogue, energetic pace, palpable mood and a strong relationship to contemporary life. Provides instruction in vital techniques, an arena for practicing them until those skills are mastered and demonstrable ways for the student to develop an individual narrative voice.
Hours: 16 (8 lecture,8 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Noncredit
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
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WL
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Instructor Date Weeks
OPEN 65843 0.0 Lec R 05:00pm - 05:55pm SCHOTT 20 30 28 0 0 Shelly Lowenkopf 01/16-03/05 8
Lab R 06:00pm - 06:50pm SCHOTT 20 01/16-03/05
OPEN 65845 0.0 Lec R 05:00pm - 05:50pm SCHOTT 20 30 10 0 0 Shelly Lowenkopf 03/12-05/07 8
Lab R 05:55pm - 06:50pm SCHOTT 20 03/12-05/07

CREO NC673 - Writing Personal Histories: For Older Adults (0 Unit)

Teaches older adults to succeed in the memoir writing process. Students learn to collect and prepare their ideas, how to write and structure their memoirs and autobiographies and how to edit them. Students learn to develop a conversational, individual narrative voice for their memoirs and to create a framework for fictional works based on their autobiographies.
Hours: 16 (16 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Noncredit
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
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WL
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Instructor Date Weeks
CLOSED 65850 0.0 Lec W 09:30am - 11:20am SCHOTT 06 30 38 0 0 Shelly Lowenkopf 01/15-03/04 8
CLOSED 65851 0.0 Lec W 09:30am - 11:20am SCHOTT 06 30 30 0 0 Shelly Lowenkopf 03/11-05/06 8
OPEN 66591 0.0 Lec T 10:00am - 12:00pm SCHOTT 03 30 2 0 0 Shelly Lowenkopf 03/09-05/09 8
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