CAT-COVERS SPRING 2020.006

143 Cooking with Chef Susan (Virtual) NEW!
Susan Cohen, experienced instructor of Savory Naturals
Section A: Hearty Winter Bowls
Sat., 9:00–11:00 am, Feb. 19, 1 session $40
Section B: Mini Crab Cake Sliders with an Arugula Salad
Tues., 5:30–7:00 pm, March 1, 1 session $35
Section C: Polenta—An Italian Feast in a Bowl!
Wed., 5:30–7:30 pm, March 16, 1 session $40

Section A: Hearty Winter Bowls
Sat., 9:00–11:00 am, Feb. 19, 1 session

Create bowls for winter and your well-being! First, we will begin with puree winter squash soup with onions and apples that will be hearty. Next, we’ll move on to stir fry noodles with kale and then finish it off with ginger spicy chick peas that the whole family will enjoy.

Section B: Mini Crab Cake Sliders with an Arugula Salad $35
Tues., 5:30–7:00 pm, March 1, 1 session
Learn to make mini crab cakes which can be a luxurious and simple, savory meal or an appetizer along with an arugula salad mixed with fennel, carrots in a lemony herb dressing. We’ll make a creamy dill sauce to add great flavor to the crab cakes that can be transformed into sliders if you wish. The arugula salad is fabulous as a stand-alone or a great accompaniment.

Section C: Polenta—An Italian Feast in a Bowl! $40
Wed., 5:30–7:30 pm, March 16, 1 session
Warm up to this easy dish which is also great for the next day! You’ll learn to make a creamy polenta with sautéed garlicky mushrooms and broccoli rabe that speaks of winter coziness. We’ll add a lively soup with crunchy veggies in a miso broth that will be a bright addition to your menus.

FOR ALL CLASSES: Recipes and list of ingredients will be emailed prior to each class.

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144 Italian Soup with Healthy Greens (Virtual) NEW!
Wed., 6:30–8:00 pm, March 30, 1 session
Vanessa Young, cooking
instructor, writer, educator
$35

Add a new soup to your weeknight repertoire as we make a twist on an Italian classic. Learn how to make a delicious pasta e fagioli (pasta and beans) soup updated with healthy greens. This vibrant and hearty recipe is perfect for when you are craving a tomato-based soup with plenty of extra touches including an optional Parmesan topping.

NOTE: The instructor will email the recipe ahead of time if you plan on cooking along.

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145 The Goodness of Plants: Nourish Yourself
with Plant-Forward Cooking (Virtual) NEW!
Wed., 6:30–8:00 pm, April 13, 1 session
Vanessa Young, cooking
instructor, writer, educator
$35

Plant-forward dishes are vibrant and delicious, and they can nourish us in many ways. With this versatile and sustainable approach to food, you don’t necessarily have to exclude meat, but rather allow plants to take center stage. In this class you will learn to incorporate more vegetables, beans, fruits, whole grains, and other plants into your meals through satisfying recipes, methods of preparation, and practical lifestyle strategies. Thirsty Radish founder and cooking instructor Vanessa Young will inspire you to make beautiful and delicious dishes that celebrate the goodness of plants.

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146 Mediterranean Grain Salads (Virtual) NEW!
Wed., 6:30–8:00 pm, May 4, 1 session
Vanessa Young, cooking
instructor, writer, educator
$35

Learn all about making satisfying grain salads while we prepare a Mediterranean style version that is perfect for lunch and dinner. Plenty of fresh ingredients including spring herbs, vegetables, and
whole grains combine to make this delicious recipe with multiple dressing options. During class you will learn plenty of tips and techniques for preparing grains and produce to create flavorful grain salads throughout the week.
NOTE: The instructor will email the recipe ahead of time if you plan on cooking along.

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147 Putting Herbs to Work in Your Garden
(Virtual) NEW!
Caren White, master gardener, member of the
Herb Society of America
Wed., 7:00–8:30 pm, April 20, 1 session
$35

Herbs are wonderful companion plants in the garden. In this class, you will learn how to grow and use herbs in both your vegetable and flower gardens to attract beneficial insects, repel pests (even deer!), and to improve your soil and your compost. We will cover which herbs to plant with which vegetables, which herbs will attract or repel which insects and the correct way to plant herbs in your vegetable garden to increase pollination.

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148 How to Make the Perfect Steak
(Virtual) NEW!
Abyssinia Campbell, personal
chef in the NJ/NY area, owner of Chef Abyssinia LLC,
chefabyssinia.com
Tues., 6:30–8:00 pm, Feb. 1, 1 session
$35

Learn how to perfectly prepare restaurant quality steak served with country style mashed potatoes.

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149 Pan Seared Scallops (Virtual)
Abyssinia Campbell, personal
chef in the NJ/NY area, owner of Chef Abyssinia LLC,
chefabyssinia.com
Thurs., 6:00–8:00 pm, Feb. 10, 1 session
$40

Pan seared scallops with creamy mushroom risotto. Learn how to prepare restaurant quality scallops at home! I will walk you through preparing scallops from cleaning them, to scoring them to preparing them. Pair this with a cream mushroom risotto perfect for any time of year.

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150 Creme Brûlée (Virtual)
Abyssinia Campbell, personal
chef in the NJ/NY area, owner of Chef Abyssinia LLC,
chefabyssinia.com
Tues, 5:30–7:30 pm, March 1, 1 session
$40

In this class you will learn how to make classic creme brûlée. Creme brûlée also known as burned cream, is a rich vanilla creme custard that is finished off with torched sugar. Serve this dessert with some fresh fruit and you can never go wrong.

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151 Cooking with Suzy (Virtual)
Suzanne Esterman, owner, Suzy’s Wild Cooking
NEW! Section A: Easy Spring Soups
Tues., 7:00–8:30 pm, March 22, 1 session
NEW! Section B: Artisan Pizza at Home!
Thurs., 7:00–8:30 pm, April 7, 1 session
Section C: Knife Skills
Tues., 7:00–8:30 pm, May 3, 1 session
$35 each section

NEW! Section A: Easy Spring Soups each section
Tues., 7:00–8:30 pm, March 22, 1 session
Learn two no-fuss veggie preparations that taste like just like Spring!
NEW! Section B: Artisan Pizza at Home!
Thurs., 7:00–8:30 pm, April 7, 1 session
It really is easy to make pillowy, crunchy, delicious pizza from scratch! We’ll start with the crust, move on to a simple sauce, then expand our repertoire to include focaccia and a dessert pizza.
Section C: Knife Skills
Tues., 7:00–8:30 pm, May 3, 1 session
Learn about your kitchen knives to sharpen your chopping skills for your cooking. Know the difference between batonnet and brunoise all while improving your comfort in the kitchen! You will need a variety of vegetables and fruits plus three eggs. Class will end with making a frittata from your new chopping skills.

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152 Cooking Mexican with Chef Rafa at Home
(Virtual) NEW!
Rafael Ponce de León, cook and owner of
Las Patatas de Rafa
Section A: The Classic Mexican Tortilla Soup
and Its Toppings
Sat., 12:00 pm–1:30 pm, Feb. 19, 1 session
NEW! Section B: Preparing Four Emblematic Mexican Salsas—
Raw, Cooked or Dried
Thurs., 6:00–7:30 pm, March 3, 1 session
NEW! Section C: Steak Nicolasa with Caramelized Apples
and Hibiscus Sauce
Sat., 12:00–1:30 pm, March 12, 1 session
$35 each section

Section A: The Classic Mexican Tortilla Soup and Its Toppings
Sat., 12:00 pm–1:30 pm, Feb. 19, 1 session
One of the iconic soups of Mexico offered in almost every restaurant in the country—popular or contemporary, expensive or casual—this non-spicy food is the perfect start of a Mexican lunch or dinner. A unique broth prepared with dried chiles and served with different toppings selected by each guest, this soup will turn into a favorite.

NEW! Section B: Preparing Four Emblematic Mexican Salsas—Raw, Cooked or Dried
Thurs., 6:00–7:30 pm, March 3, 1 session
Salsas—spicy or not—are present at every table all around the country. They are used to enhance the flavor of the food served, and if you like, to give some spiciness. They are prepared to pair with each meal, with different colors, textures and ingredients. Mexican salsas are much more than the traditional pico de gallo. Prepare with me four different salsas and learn about Mexican chiles and the way to turn them in the salsa of your choice. We will make a raw one (salsa verde), two cooked ones (guajillo and classic tomatillo salsas), and a “dried” one (salsa macha).

NEW! Section C: Steak Nicolasa with Caramelized Apples and Hibiscus Sauce
Sat., 12:00–1:30 pm, March 12, 1 session
Join me to prepare this unique beef cut, seared with a non-spicy rub of dried chiles, plated over caramelized apples, and drizzled with a hibiscus sauce. From the Contemporary or new Mexican cuisine, this full-bodied tender steak from Mexico City, prepared with basic ingredients, will impress your guests on that special dinner.

FOR ALL CLASSES: The instructor will email the recipes, the list of ingredients and tools needed before the start of class if you plan on cooking along.

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153 Healthy Eating with Asia (Virtual) NEW!
Asia Parker, nutritionist and health coach,
www.balancedheathlyliving.com.
NEW! Section A: Plant Based Cooking with an Asian Flair $30
Thurs., 6:30–7:30 pm, March 10, 1 session
Section B: Sugar Reset $30
Tues., 6:30–7:30 pm, March 15, 1 session
Section C: Creative Salads $30
Thurs., 6:30–7:30 pm, May 5, 1 session
Section D: Purchase all three sections and save $15 $75


 

NEW! Section A: Plant Based Cooking with an Asian Flair $30
Thurs., 6:30–7:30 pm, March 10, 1 session
Plant based foods are loaded with nutrients that our body thrives on. However, for various reasons we often deprive ourselves from enjoying nourishing plant foods. In this cooking class we will explore how you can incorporate more plant-based foods in your diet. We will aim to 9.5.

Section B: Sugar Reset $30
Tues., 6:30–7:30 pm, March 15, 1 session

Got a sweet tooth? You know you have a sugar problem but don’t know how to cut it down? In this workshop you will learn about different types of sugars, how sugar affects your health, hidden sources of sugar, how to identify and tackle your cravings, and how to reduce your sugar consumption without feeling deprived. Recipes and specific food suggestions will be provided.

Section C: Creative Salads $30
Thurs., 6:30–7:30 pm, May 5, 1 session
If you think salads are boring, think again. In this class you will learn the art of creating salads that are not only delicious but also satisfying. You will learn how to choose the right ingredients, how to assemble them, to explore dressing options, ways to make it filling, and learn how to make them unique and interesting for every season, according to your tastes and dietary preferences.

Section D: Purchase all three sections and save $15 $75

FOR ALL CLASSES: The instructor will email you the recipes, a list of ingredients and tools needed before the start of class if you plan on cooking along for section A or B.

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Dr. Holly Sullenger

154 Pecha Kucha (Virtual) NEW!
Dr. Holly Sullenger, facilitator, award-winning keynote
speaker and corporate trainer
Session 1: Tues., 6:00–8:00 pm, Feb. 22,
Instructional—Learn how to create a
Pecka Kucha presentation
Session 2: Thurs., 6:00-8:00 pm, Feb. 24,
Practicum—Present your Pecka Kucha program
$60

Few professionals are able to create presentations that are actionable and memorable. This program will introduce participants to a new style of PowerPoint presentation, Pecha Kucha, as well as presentations “best practices.” Pecha Kucha is brief and contains mostly images. It allows participants to pay better attention and retain the presentation information. It is easy to learn, fun to deploy—extremely successful for those who want to create winning, memorable presentations.

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155 Passion, Profit and Sustainability—How to Launch
and Grow a Values-Based Business (Virtual) NEW!
Laura Stanik, brand strategist and president of
Urgently Good
Thurs., 5:30–7:30 pm, Feb. 24, March 10, 24, April 7, 4 sessions
$95

Ever dream of starting a business that makes a difference in the world? This class is for aspiring entrepreneurs looking to start a consulting, coaching, or other service business that helps people and/or the planet. In this hands-on training course, you’ll leave with the work done, not just more ideas. To turn your project into a viable, sustainable business, you’ll learn to formulate a bold brand-positioning strategy, develop a unique voice so you can consistently craft on-brand content, create a compounding business strategy to help you sustainably grow your business and plot out a marketing plan so you’ll be ready to go “live.”

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156 LinkedIn for Beginners (Virtual)
Lynne Williams, executive
director, Philadelphia Area Great Careers Group
Wed., 7:00–9:00 pm, March 2, 1 session
$40

Don’t have a LinkedIn profile or only have a few connections? We will go at a slow pace step-by-step from the get-go if you are a beginner and want to have a presence on LinkedIn. We will get as far along as we can within the class time. You must either know to have a Zoom window and your LinkedIn profile window up at the same time, or just watch the instruction on Zoom and take some notes while you watch a live demo. Zoom lessons are not part of this coursework. We will allow time for Q&A.

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157 Strategies for LinkedIn Success (Virtual)
Lynne Williams, executive
director, Philadelphia Area Great Careers Group
Wed., 7:00–9:00 pm, March 16, 1 session
$40

With over 800+ million users, LinkedIn is becoming an increasingly popular professional social media platform, which is a critical networking tool as well as a professional electronic Rolodex. Learn LinkedIn research-based strategies, tips, & best practices along with techniques to optimize your keywords, write your value proposition, and differentiate your personal brand to stand out. We will allow time for Q&A.

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158 Setting Up Your LinkedIn Company Page (Virtual)
Lynne Williams, executive
director, Philadelphia Area Great Careers Group
Wed., 7:00–9:00 pm, March 16, 1 session
$40

Are you a solopreneur, entrepreneur, small business owner? Are you a job seeker who thinks outside the box? Do you want to set up a LinkedIn company page, want to be walked through the process, and know how to create the banner and logo images? We will allow time for Q&A.

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159 Persuade with Confidence! Learn a Communication
Eileen Sinett, communications
specialist, owner of speaking that connects
Tool to Help You Influence with Impact! (Virtual) NEW!
Thurs., 4:30–6:00 pm, Oct. 7, 1 session
$35

We often express opinions to persuade others to consider our point of view. This occurs frequently: both in business and in personal situations. Influencing is a challenge for many and having a communication structure helps! Learn and practice a 5-point framework that leverages alignment, allows you to be heard and promotes possibility. The acronym SIHBC will help you remember and utilize this helpful tool. Smart Individuals Head Big Companies.

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160 Elevating Your “Elevator Pitch”—
Starting Differently! (Virtual) NEW!
Eileen Sinett, communications
specialist, owner of speaking that connects
Thurs., 6:30–8:00 pm, Oct. 7, 1 session
$35

Elevator pitches have shrunk in time! This was especially apparent in 2020, when the pandemic eliminated in-person meetings and interviews. When sharing “who you are” and “what you do,” less is more. Practice new ways to talk about yourself or business, develop communication flexibility and elevate your speaking confidence in this interactive session.

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161 What’s the Big Idea?! (Virtual) NEW!
Bill Meinel, highly-respected brand consultant for
corporations and advertising agencies
Wed., 7:00–8:30 pm , Feb. 16, 4 sessions
$75

When you think of motorcycles, what company first comes to mind? The power of brands impacts us every day. They influence how we are perceived and how we act. For many, they define who we are. This course will teach you how brands are created, promoted, and managed. We will look at numerous case studies including the winners and the duds. This course will include lectures. guest speakers, lively conversation, and an opportunity to gain insight into how you can help your business or organization build its own brand.

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162 How to Avoid Estate-Planning Bloopers
(Virtual)
Eleanore K. Szymanski, CFP®,
Personal Financial Advocate, The Financial Planning
Answerplace, LLC, and EKS Associates of Princeton
Thurs., 6:30–8:30 pm, Feb. 17, 5 sessions
$130

This course is designed only for the most kind, considerate, and courageous. Estate-planning is an act of kindness for those who must deal with our affairs when we cannot do so for ourselves. Here, we will explore why this is so important and what about it is so important for everyone—not just the wealthy. We will review many examples of real-life estate-planning bloopers—some made by the rich and famous—and ways they might have been avoided with good estate-planning. Class is limited to twelve students.

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163 Organizing Your Legal and Financial Papers
(Virtual)
Eleanore K. Szymanski, CFP®,
Personal Financial Advocate, The Financial Planning
Answerplace, LLC, and EKS Associates of Princeton
Thurs., 6:30–8:30 pm, March 24, 2 sessions
$60

Deciding which personal legal and financial documents to keep and which to throw can be daunting. As a result, most of us either keep everything and eventually face the problem of
bloated files in precious space or attempting to replace a critical record that got tossed unknowingly. In this mini-course, we’ll review the importance of personal documents, such as bills, receipts, contracts, insurance policies and statements, bank and broker statements, investment prospectuses and reports, appraisals, annuity contracts and bills, wills, powers of attorney, prenuptials, trust agreements, and tax returns. Some records may be irreplaceable and should be kept in a locked fireproof file; others may be kept in a permanent file; others may be kept for a definite period of time before tossing; still others can be immediately tossed so they never make it into the files in the first place. Making sure the files and folders are set up properly
for your purposes will smooth the job of filing away the paper and records.

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164 Blockchain, Bitcoin and
Cryptocurrency I (Virtual) NEW!
Lindsley Medlin, Certified Blockchain Professional™,
Certified Blockchain Expert™ and a
Certified Ethereum Expert™
Tues., 6:00–8:00 pm, April 5, 1 session
$40

Blockchain, the technology that powers bitcoin, will innovate and disrupt almost every industry. It will impact our personal lives through data privacy and new job creation. Many existing jobs will require new knowledge of and ability to work with  lockchain. Blockchain is more than bitcoin and cryptocurrency. Blockchain solutions are impacting healthcare, data privacy, supply chain, finance and banking, and more. In this class, you’ll learn what a blockchain is, the benefits of blockchain,
and why it is important. You’ll learn how bitcoin works, and information on Ethereum and smart contracts. You don’t need to be a technical person; the class is designed for beginners. You’ll gain a basic understanding of blockchain and bitcoin and be able to speak about them intelligently.

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165 Blockchain, Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency II
(Virtual) NEW!
Lindsley Medlin, Certified Blockchain Professional™,
Certified Blockchain Expert™ and a
Certified Ethereum Expert™
Tues., 6:00–8:00 pm, April 19, 1 session
$40

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are a form of digital money that can be exchanged directly, person-to-person, without the need of a third party or bank intermediary. It is not controlled
by any group or government, so it can’t be manipulated, devalued, confiscated or shut down. In this class you’ll learn how bitcoin and cryptocurrencies work and how to get started using them, including wallets, addresses, exchanges and how to acquire cryptocurrency. The class is designed for beginners.
NOTE: It is recommended that you take “Blockchain, Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency I” or have prior knowledge of the concepts covered in that class.

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166 The Role of the Executor (Virtual)
Wendy Wolff Herbert and Melissa Terranova,
partners, and Carmella Campisano, associate, in
Fox Rothschild’s Taxation and Wealth Planning Practice
Thurs., 7:00–8:30 pm, April 14, 2 sessions
$60

Being appointed the executor of an estate can be daunting. Even some of the vocabulary is completely new and unfamiliar—words such as intestate, fiduciary and probate. In this class, we will explain the basics of what it means to be an executor or personal representative. We will define the important terms and outline the duties and activities involved. Focusing on practical takeaways, we will identify the key documents and information that must be collected—including tax returns—and the important deadlines that must be met. Finally, we will touch on some of the common ethical issues that may arise.

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167 Seven Principles for a Successful Retirement:
A Course for Women of All Ages (Virtual)
Gabriella Clapp Milley, MBA,
Certified Retirement Income Planner,
Nationwide Planning Associates.
Section A: Mon., 6:30–9:00 pm, Jan. 10, 1 session
Section B: Mon., 6:30–9:00 pm, Feb. 7, 1 session
$45

Women are living longer than ever. Preparation for a successful retirement means savings for retirement while funding all other life goals (education, weddings, vacations). If you have retirement savings and are uncertain as to the next steps or if you have not started yet – this is the course for you. The seven principles will help you identify the factors that must be considered in planning for a long life as a woman, what you need to do today to fund retirement, how IRAs, 401Ks, saving accounts and financial products can be transformed into a “pension”. We will analyze the effect of taxes, social security, and medical expenses in a retirement plan and will address differences for single, married, divorced, or widowed persons. You will walk out of this class with actionable ideas. This is a women friendly class—all questions are welcome and there will be no “mansplaining “.

 

 

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168 Social Security and Medicare:
Your Questions Answered! (Virtual)
Gabriella Clapp Milley, MBA,
Certified Retirement Income Planner,
Nationwide Planning Associates
Section A: Thurs., 6:30–8:30 pm, Jan. 20, 1 session
Section B: Thurs., 6:30-8:30 pm, Feb. 24, 1 session

$40

Are you wondering how Social Security fits into your retirement income plan? When are you eligible to start taking benefits? Did you know that you can increase your retirement income substantially depending on when you start taking benefits? How do benefits differ for married couples? How have these benefits changed recently? What about taxes? Are benefits taxed? What about Medicare? When should you sign up for Medicare? What is and is not covered? Are there any deductibles or out of pocket costs? What is Medicare Advantage? These and other questions related to Social Security and Medicare and how your decisions will impact your retirement will be covered.

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169 Life Insurance, Elder Care Insurance,
Indexed Annuities—What Are These Confusing
Products and What Is Their Role In Planning
For Retirement? (Virtual)
Gabriella Clapp Milley, MBA,
Certified Retirement Income Planner,
Nationwide Planning Associates
Mon., 6:30–8:30 pm, March 7, 1 session
$40

Who needs these products and when should they be considered? What are their pros and cons? This class is not a sales pitch for any product or company. Instead it will attempt to describe the general characteristics of these confusing financial products, some of the bells and whistles that are added by companies to meet various needs, explain their purpose, when they can be useful, and how they can help solve some of the big question marks that come with financial planning early as well as in retirement.

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170 How Best to Fund Cash Needs in Retirement
(Virtual)
Howard Hook, CFP, CPA, fee-only financial planner
Darren L. Zagarola CFP, CPA, PFS fee-only financial planner
Tues., 6:30–8:30 pm, March 8, 3 sessions
$95

Most people are taught to save for retirement from an early age. Saving as much as you can in tax-favored accounts has always been sound advice. However, in retirement you will be faced with more choices and less clear answers. When do I collect Social Security? What pension option should I select? Which accounts should I use to fund my cash needs? These questions are hard to answer and can impact the likelihood your money will last throughout retirement. Add in the risk of higher inflation, living longer, and higher income taxes to already confusing choices and many people are left paralyzed and make the wrong choices. Join us for our three-week course to
help you navigate through and plan for meeting your cash flow needs during retirement. Class is limited to 12 students.

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171 Microsoft Word (Virtual) NEW!
Mike Skara, owner, Computer Training Services
Tues., 6:30-8:00 pm, April 5, 1 session
$35

This software title is more powerful than just writing individual documents. Get the most out of your time and learn how to speed your productivity.

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172 Excel for Beginners (Virtual)
Matthew Parker, IT manager,
Princeton University,
Tues., 6:00–8:00 pm, Feb. 15, 4 sessions
$105

In this course you will get an introduction to many of the features that make it so useful. Through a completely hands on course we will explore the program interface, learn helpful keyboard shortcuts, enter and manipulate data with formatting, formulas and functions, utilize templates and create charts.

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173 Intermediate Excel (Virtual)
Matthew Parker, IT manager,
Princeton University,
Tues., 6:00–8:00 pm, March 15,
3 sessions
$85

As we get beyond the basics in Excel we will place a stronger emphasis on getting data into your documents, understanding how to write functions and formulas, and utilizing dropdown  menus for keeping data consistent. Pivot tables, custom views,  vlookup, and conditional formatting will all be explained and explored.

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174 Excel Pivot Tables In Depth (Virtual)
Matthew Parker, IT manager,
Princeton University,
Tues., 6:00–8:00 pm, April 5, 1 session
$40

This powerful tool enables quick filtering, organizing, summarizing, and analysis of your data in a way that requires less upfront knowledge while also saving time. Taking a deep dive into this topic we will work through formatting, using calculated values, visualizing data, and much more.

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175 iPhones and iPads
(Virtual)
Ruth Quiles, librarian, technology educator, and owner
of High Five Technology Instruction, LLC
Thurs., 6:00–8:00 pm, Feb. 17, 1 session
$50


This interactive course will give an overview of iPhones and iPads. These powerful tools have exploded in popularity and many have chosen to use them now in lieu of computers. During the first session we will review features and the differences between devices. Students are encouraged to bring their iPads or iPhones as there will be time to do hands-on work with them during the second class. Those who would like help with device setup or app downloading must come prepared with their Apple ID and password.

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176 Cutting the Cord: Watch TV
on Your Computer (Virtual)
Ruth Quiles, librarian, technology educator, and owner
of High Five Technology Instruction, LLC
Thurs., 6:00–8:00 pm, March 3, 1 session
$40

Curious what it would take to leave your pricey cable subscription behind but retain the ability to watch your favorite TV programs? Streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, and devices like the Roku, have changed the way we watch TV, but there is so much to consider, it can feel overwhelming. This seminar-style session will break down the various streaming services and devices out there for streaming TV, and show how you might even be able to save money on your cable bill. No devices or subscriptions are required for this class.

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177 LastPass: Foolproof Password
Management (Virtual) NEW!
Ruth Quiles, librarian, technology educator, and owner
of High Five Technology Instruction, LLC
Thurs., 6:00–8:00 pm, March 10, 1 session
$40

Forgot your password? Passwords are the most essential lock on the front door of our online identities, protecting us from suspicious emails and huge corporate data breaches. However, passwords have become so complicated. If you have become frustrated keeping track of different passwords, numbers, capital letters, and symbols, this class is for you. Learn how a password manager, like LastPass, can solve your password woes and protect your privacy, identity, and assets.

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178 Tidy Up Your Digital Life (Virtual) NEW!
Ruth Quiles, librarian, technology educator, and owner
of High Five Technology Instruction, LLC
Thurs., 6:00–8:00 pm, March 17, 1 session
$40

Computers have made record-keeping easier, more collaborative, and space efficient. However, along with those conveniences comes the anxiety of ever-expanding folders full of files that we don’t know whether to keep or purge. Learn how to take control of the digital mess and create an organizational system on your computer, or in cloud storage, that works for you.

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179 Advanced iPhone Learning (Virtual) NEW!
Nick Sakowski, media specialist
Thurs., 7:00–9:00 pm, March 31, 3 sessions
No class April 14
$75

Have you ever wanted to learn about more in-depth advanced tips and features for your iPhone? In this class we will learn more about settings, Apple apps features, and more. This class will be useful to students who have a basic knowledge of the iPhone overall and use iCloud.

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180 Quickbooks (Virtual) NEW!
Mike Skara, owner, Computer
Training Services
Tues., 6:30–8:30 pm, March 8, 3 sessions
$75

Focus on running your small and medium-sized business, rather than doing the paperwork for it. Learn how this accounting software package can help your businesses accept payments, manage and pay bills, and payroll functions.

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181 Buy and Sell on Ebay, Craigslist (Virtual)
Mike Skara, owner, Computer
Training Services

Section A: Wed., 6:30–8:30 pm, Feb. 16, 1 session
Section B: Tues., 6:30–8:30 pm, Feb. 22, 1 session
$40

Online auctions match buyers with sellers in a global marketplace for almost any item. If you’ve ever dreamed of working from home or just earning extra income by buying and selling goods online, this course will guide you every step of the way! In this course, you will gain all of the knowledge necessary for success in the online marketplace. You’ll learn how to create titles that get noticed, how to craft advertising copy that sells items quickly and for top dollar, and how to create and upload photos of the items you are selling. You’ll also learn how to safely conduct financial transactions, how to accept credit card payments, and how to pack and ship any item hassle-free. If you’re a buyer, you’ll learn how to value almost any item up for auction, how to get the best possible price, how to protect yourself against fraud, and how to compete effectively against other bidders.

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182 Computer Troubleshooting/Clean Up
(Virtual) NEW!
Mike Skara, owner, Computer
Training Services
Thurs., 6:30–8:30 pm, Feb. 17, 1 session
$40

If you are considering buying another computer simply because yours is running slow, think again. Learn to bring your current computer up to speed. If your computer will not boot up or is not running properly, there are steps to take before you spend money on costly repairs. Learn to identify some common hardware and software problems and how to fix them. You also will be able to speak more knowledgeably to a repair
person should you need to call one.

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183 Introduction to Google Drive (Virtual) NEW!
David Schuchman, owner of Princeton Technology
Advisors, LLC
Thurs., 6:00–8:00 pm, March 24, 1 session
$40

Google Drive allows you to save files online and access them anywhere from any smartphone, tablet, or computer. In this hands-on class, students will learn how to store, share, maintain and access your files and folders in Google’s cloud-based storage solution. Students must have an existing Gmail or Google Workspace account to use for the class. If needed, you can create a new Google account before the class starts here: https://accounts.google.com/signup.

NOTE: This course will be held on the GoToMeeting platform.

184 Using Google Forms (Virtual)
Matthew Parker, IT manager,
Princeton University
Thurs., 6:00–7:30 pm, Feb. 17, 1 session
$35

If you have ever needed people to register for an event, supply you with contact information, or fill out a survey with custom questions then you could benefit from using Google Forms. This simple but powerful Google app lets you create online quizzes, RSVPs, and even order forms. In this class we will take a look through all that Google Forms has to offer by creating forms from templates and from scratch as well as exporting and parsing through the form responses and extending Forms through add-ons.

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185 Productivity Tips and Tricks (Virtual)
Matthew Parker, IT manager,
Princeton University
Thurs., 6:00–8:00 pm, March 3, 1 session
$40

This session will be a guided tour of tips, tricks, and dare I say “secrets” of Outlook, web browsers, Google Drive, iPhones, general operating system shortcuts, and more. If you want to get closer to using your technology to its fullest potential this session is for you.

 

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186 The Convenience of the Cloud (Virtual)
Matthew Parker, IT manager,
Princeton University
Thurs., 6:00–8:00 pm, March 10, 1 session
$40

Have you ever wanted to show your friend pictures from a trip? Maybe you have paperwork at home that you need to reference when out and about. Your music, videos, paperwork and more can be accessed from anywhere through your smartphone. That is the power of the Cloud.

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187 Level Up Your Virtual Meetings and
Classes With OBS (Open Broadcaster Software)
(Virtual)
Matthew Parker, IT manager,
Princeton University
Thurs., 6:00–8:00 pm, March 24, 1 session
$40

Looking for a way to take your virtual meetings from Zoom fatigue to “how did they do that?” Many of the eye-catching features you have seen in pre-recorded videos and on YouTube are made possible by OBS (Open Broadcaster Software). This class will give an overview of using OBS with Zoom, creating your scenes, using stingers, and much more to bring your video content to another level.

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201 Level 1 Beginner English
Tuesday, 7:00–8:30 pm, Feb. 15, 10 sessions
(No class April 12)
Jean Yepes, Certified ESL instructor

$80

Princeton Adult School offers multi-skill classes on Tuesdays and conversation classes on Thursdays. Each multi-skill class on Tuesdays is linked to a conversation class on Thursdays. Students are encouraged to take both the Tuesday and Thursday classes to maximize learning. However, students may choose to register for just the Tuesday class or just the Thursday class.

The Tuesday night classes teach reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Students learn conversational American English and review practical grammar, idioms, and vocabulary. The Thursday conversation classes are designed to help students improve oral communication
skills and confidence in speaking.

NOTE: Each instructor will notify registered students about the textbook for the course. Beginning students taking both Tuesday and Thursday courses at the same level will use the same textbook
for both courses.

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202 Level 2 Beginner English
Tuesday, 7:00–8:30 pm, Feb. 15, 10 sessions
No class April 12
Cindy Li, Certified ESL instructor

$80

Princeton Adult School offers multi-skill classes on Tuesdays and conversation classes on Thursdays. Each multi-skill class on Tuesdays is linked to a conversation class on Thursdays. Students are encouraged to take both the Tuesday and Thursday classes to maximize learning. However, students may choose to register for just the Tuesday class or just the Thursday class.

The Tuesday night classes teach reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Students learn conversational American English and review practical grammar, idioms, and vocabulary. The Thursday conversation classes are designed to help students improve oral communication
skills and confidence in speaking.

NOTE: Each instructor will notify registered students about the textbook for the course. Beginning students taking both Tuesday and Thursday courses at the same level will use the same textbook
for both courses.

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211 Beginner Conversation
Thursday, 7:00–8:30 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions
No class April 14
Jean Yepes, Certified ESL instructor

$80

Princeton Adult School offers multi-skill classes on Tuesdays and conversation classes on Thursdays. Each multi-skill class on Tuesdays is linked to a conversation class on Thursdays. Students are encouraged to take both the Tuesday and Thursday classes to maximize learning. However, students may choose to register for just the Tuesday class or just the Thursday class.

The Tuesday night classes teach reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Students learn conversational American English and review practical grammar, idioms, and vocabulary. The Thursday conversation classes are designed to help students improve oral communication
skills and confidence in speaking.

NOTE: Each instructor will notify registered students about the textbook for the course. Beginning students taking both Tuesday and Thursday courses at the same level will use the same textbook
for both courses.

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212 Beginner Conversation
Thursday, 7:00–8:30 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions
Cindy Li, Certified ESL instructor

No class April 14
$80


Princeton Adult School offers multi-skill classes on Tuesdays and conversation classes on Thursdays. Each multi-skill class on Tuesdays is linked to a conversation class on Thursdays. Students are encouraged to take both the Tuesday and Thursday classes to maximize learning. However, students may choose to register for just the Tuesday class or just the Thursday class.

The Tuesday night classes teach reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Students learn conversational American English and review practical grammar, idioms, and vocabulary. The Thursday conversation classes are designed to help students improve oral communication
skills and confidence in speaking.

NOTE: Each instructor will notify registered students about the textbook for the course. Beginning students taking both Tuesday and Thursday courses at the same level will use the same textbook
for both courses.

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Intermediate and Advanced 4-Skills Courses
205 Advanced English

Trina Duke, certified ESL instructor
Tuesdays, 7:00–8:30 pm, Feb. 15, 10 sessions
No class April 12

$90

Classes will help you master more complex grammar structures, expand your vocabulary, and help you feel more confident interacting with others in English. Each class will include some work on a particular grammar or pronunciation issue.

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Intermediate and Advanced 4-Skills Courses
206 Advanced English
Jean Yepes, certified ESL instructor
Mondays, 7:00–8:30 pm, Feb. 14, 10 sessions
No class April 11

$90

Classes will help you master more complex grammar structures, expand your vocabulary, and help you feel more confident interacting with others in English. Each class will include some work on a particular grammar or pronunciation issue.

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Intermediate and Advanced Conversation Courses
213 Intermediate English Conversation
Ana Traversa, Certified ESL instructor
Thursdays, 7:00–8:30 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions
(No class April 14)
$90

These classes will help to make you more confident in casual conversations with friends, coworkers, and acquaintances. Readings, news stories and personal experiences will be used for small and large group discussions. There will be short student presentations.

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Intermediate and Advanced Conversation Courses
213A Intermediate English Conversation
Ana Traversa, Certified ESL instructor
Wednesdays, 7:00–8:30 pm, Feb. 16, 10 sessions
(No class April 13)
$90

These classes will help to make you more confident in casual conversations with friends, coworkers, and acquaintances. Readings, news stories and personal experiences will be used for small and large group discussions. There will be short student presentations.

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Intermediate and Advanced Conversation Courses
214 Social English for Advanced Learners
Angela Kitching, certified ESL instructor
Thursdays, 7:00–8:30 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions
(No class April 14)
$90

These classes will help to make you more confident in casual conversations with friends, coworkers, and acquaintances. Readings, news stories and personal experiences will be used for small and large group discussions. There will be short student presentations.

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CAT-COVERS Fall 2019 .005

300 Introduction to Conversational Arabic
(Levantine dialect)
(Continued from the fall)  (Virtual) NEW!

Nour Barmada, Over 20 years teaching Arabic,
U.S. Foreign Service Institute and Harvard University
Wed., 7:00–8:30 pm, Feb. 23, 6 sessions
$120

Whether you want to learn the language to communicate with the people who speak it, visit one of the countries where it’s spoken or just learn about a new culture, this course will make it easy and fun to learn the basic conversational Arabic and some cultural aspects in the region such as songs, movies, cuisine etc.

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302 Chinese—Advanced Beginner
(Continued from the fall) (Virtual)

Thurs., 7:30–9:00 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions
$190

This course is for people who already know pinyin. We will continue to practice pronunciation and to develop auditory familiarity. The focus will be on building fluency by applying in-class exercises and activities created based on the textbook.

TEXT: Experiencing Chinese—Traveling in China (Chinese XP), ISBN 7-04-020312-X.

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303 Chinese Intermediate
(Continued from the fall) (Virtual)

Tues., 7:30–9:00 pm, Feb. 15, 10 sessions
$200

Intermediate Chinese is intended for students who are already familiar with pinyin and tones as well as Chinese words/phrases and the basic sentence structures usually introduced in beginning level courses. This course will expand the depth of vocabulary and analyze the usage of complex sentence structures. Supplementary materials will include daily life application and cultural topics.

TEXT: David and Helen in ChinaAn Intermediate Course in Modern Chinese Part I (Far Eastern Publications Yale University).

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304 French I (Virtual)
(Continued from the fall)

Mark Schardine, French instructor
Section A: Thurs., 6:00–8:00 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions
Section B: Tues., 6:00–8:00 pm, Feb. 15, 10 sessions
$180

French I is for beginners and for those who had some French years ago. It attempts to create a genuine French atmosphere with authentic dialogues, emphasizing fluency and spontaneity in French conversation, as well as offering grammatical fundamentals.

TEXT: Voilà!: An Introduction to French, 5th Edition, by L. Kathy Heilenman, Isabelle Kaplan, and Claude Toussaint Tournier, (Thomson-Heinle), ISBN-10: 1413005217 and ISBN-13: 9781413005219.

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305 French II (Virtual)
(Continued from the fall)
Thurs., 6:00–8:00 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions

Paul Tastenhoye, French instructor,
The College of New Jersey
$195

This course is a continuation of French I and for people who already know some French. We will build confidence in listening and speaking skills, as well as extend your grasp of French grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation using a variety of authentic French materials.

TEXT: TEXT: Voilà!: An Introduction to French, 5th Edition, by L. Kathy Heilenman,
Isabelle Kaplan, and Claude Toussaint Tournier, (Thomson-
Heinle), ISBN-10: 1413005217 and ISBN-13: 9781413005219.

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306 French II  Advanced (Virtual)
(Continued from the fall)

Paul Tastenhoye, French instructor,
The College of New Jersey
Tues., 6:00–8:00 pm, Feb. 15, 10 sessions
$195

This course is a continuation of French II and for people whose skills are intermediate between French II and French III. Students who have not taken French II should confer with the instructor before enrolling.
TEXT: Interaction—language et culture—8th edition, Susan St. Onge, Ronald St. Onge (Heinle) ISBN: 978-0-495-91636-9.

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307 French III (Virtual)
(Continued from the fall)

Paul Tastenhoye, French instructor,
The College of New Jersey
Thurs., 8:00–10:00 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions
$195

This course is designed for students who have completed French I and II or who have a fair amount of prior knowledge of the language. It continues a survey of practical French with particular emphasis on conversation. Students who have not taken French I or II should confer
with the instructor before enrolling.

TEXT: Interaction—language et culture—8th edition, Susan St. Onge, Ronald St. Onge (Heinle) ISBN: 978-0-495-91636-9.

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308 French IV (Virtual)
(Continued from the fall)

Paul Tastenhoye, French instructor,
The College of New Jersey

Tues., 8:00–10:00 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions
$195

French IV emphasizes conversation based on contemporary French films and analysis of reading material taken from French literature.

TEXT: Materials will be provided by the instructor

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309 German I (Continued from the fall) (Virtual)
Ute Mehnert, German
historian, journalist, and writer
Thurs., 6:00–7:30 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions
$170

German is the language of poets and thinkers—but also the native language of more than 100 million people in Europe today! This course will give you solid survival skills for daily conversations when you travel, order food, enjoy the sights, and visit places of your ancestors.

TEXT: German, second edition, by Heimy Taylor and Werner Haas (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.). ISBN-10: 0470165510.

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310 German II (Continued from the fall) (Virtual)
Ute Mehnert, German
historian, journalist, and writer
Tues., 6:00–7:30 pm, Feb. 15, 10 sessions
$180

If you have prior knowledge of German, this course will expand your basic conversational skills. To enhance your understanding of spoken and written German, we will use short texts and videos besides the textbook. Plan your trip to Europe while learning about the regions and cultures of German-speaking countries!

TEXT: German, second edition, by Heimy Taylor and Werner Haas (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.). ISBN-10: 0470165510.

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311 German Conversation
(Continued from the fall) (Virtual)
Ute Mehnert, German
historian, journalist, and writer
Tues., 7:30–9:00 pm, Feb. 15, 10 sessions
$180

Dieser Kurs ist für Fortgeschrittene, die ihre Deutschkenntnisse auffrischen und verbessern möchten. Jede Woche sprechen wir über ein neues Thema. Wir benutzen dafür Texte aus deutschen Medien, Literatur, Sagen und Märchen, aber auch Filme und Videos. Hier können Sie Nuancen der deutschen Sprache auf unterhaltsame Weise verstehen und erlernen.

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312 Italian I (Virtual)
(Continued from the fall)
Roberta D’Auria, experienced Italian teacher
Section A: Mon. 5:45–7:15 pm, Feb. 14, 10 sessions
Section B: Wed., 6:00–7:30 pm, Feb. 16, 10 sessions
$180

Italian I provides a basic knowledge of the language through oral and written classwork and introduces aspects of Italy’s cultural life. The grammar covered includes fundamental uses of the articles, nouns, adjectives and verbs for the construction of basic sentences.
TEXT: CIAO, Carla Lareses Riga, Seventh Edition

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314 Italian III (Virtual)
(Continued from the fall)

Giulia Vallucci, experienced teacher of Italian
Thurs., 6:00–8:00 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions
$185

In the first half hour the class will continue to study grammar, practice conversation and learn about Italy through relevant reading, audio and video materials. The last hour and a half (6:30 to 8:00 pm) will be held jointly with the Italian Conversation and Comprehension class.
TEXT: CIAO, Carla Lareses Riga, Seventh Edition.

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315 Italian Conversation and Comprehension (Virtual)
(Continued from the fall)

Giulia Vallucci, experienced teacher of Italian
Thurs., 6:30–8:00 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions
$185

The course aims to involve students in an active and participatory way by reading, understanding and discussing articles and texts that will vary by subject. In other words, it will be a course of fun, full immersion and interaction.
TEXT: Read and Think Italian, Premium Second Edition, McGraw Hill Edition.

 

 

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316 Japanese I (Continued from the fall) (Virtual)
Emiko Takai, Japanese teacher
Tues., 6:00–7:30 pm, Feb. 15, 10 sessions
$180

This is a beginner level Japanese course for students who have never studied Japanese. Students will learn basic vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structures useful in everyday activities. The class will emphasize simple oral conversations, but students will become familiar with hiragana/katakana characters. This will help you survive in Japan!

TEXTS: Genki I: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese (Second Edition), Eri Banno et al., The Japan Times ISBN978-4-7890-1140-3. Genki I: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese
Workbook (Second Edition), Eri Banno et al., The Japan Times ISBN978-4-7890-1441-0

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319 Russian I (Virtual)
(Continued from the fall)

Tatiana Bautina, experienced teacher of Russian
Tues., 6:30–8:00, Feb. 15, 10 sessions
$180

This course is an introduction to the Russian language and culture. No Russian knowledge is needed. TEXT: Materials will be provided by the instructor.

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320 Russian II (Virtual)
(Continued from the fall)

Tatiana Bautina, experienced teacher of Russian
Wed., 6:30–8:00, Feb. 16, 10 sessions
$185

This course provides a basic knowledge of Russian grammar so that students can read simple texts. It concentrates on conversation and vocabulary specific to topics useful and interesting to people traveling to Russia for either pleasure or business.

TEXT: Materials will be provided by the instructor.

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324 Spanish I (Virtual)
(Continued from the fall)

Section A: Ana Mejia-Guillon, Spanish teacher
and
translation services
Tues., 6:00–7:30 pm, Feb. 15, 10 sessions

Section B: Norma Lopez, Spanish teacher and tutor

Thurs., 6:00–7:30 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions

Section C: Norma Lopez, Spanish teacher and tutor
Tues., 7:30–9:00 pm, Feb. 15, 10 sessions
$170 each section

This course introduces the fundamental elements of the Spanish language. Emphasis will be placed on the development of basic listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Particular attention will be given to pronunciation and fundamental grammar.

TEXT: Aula Internacional 1, New Edition (For English Speakers) ISBN 978-84-15846-77-2

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325 Spanish II (Continued from the fall) (Virtual)
Ana Mejia-Guillon, Spanish teacher and translation
services
Thurs., 6:00–7:30 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions
$180

This course is for students who have completed Spanish I, or who have a previous knowledge of Spanish and feel comfortable with the basics. We will continue exploring the joys and difficulties of the language through oral and written exercises.
TEXT: AULA America 2—Libro del alumno + descarga mp3 by Difusión ‑ISBN 978-84-17260-58-3

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326 Spanish III (Continued from the fall) (Virtual)
Ana Mejia-Guillon, Spanish teacher and translation
services
Thurs., 7:30–9:00 pm, Feb. 17, 10 sessions
$180

This course is for students who have completed Spanish II or who have an equivalent knowledge of Spanish. It will focus on preterite, imperfect and future tenses; build vocabulary and, most importantly, develop oral communication skills. Oral and written exercises will be assigned every week. An interview with the instructor prior to registration is required for all new students.

TEXT: Nos Vemos A 2 Libro del Alumno ISBN: 9788484436539

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327 Espanol IV (Nivel Intermedio Avanzado) (Virtual)
Ana Mejia-Guillon, Spanish teacher
and translation services
Tues., 7:30–9:00 pm, Oct. 5, 10 sessions
$180

En este nivel los estudiantes comenzaran a desarrollar habilidades para la conversación de temas familiares de una manera más natural. Continuarán aprendiendo gramática avanzada como usos del subjuntivo y más expresiones idiomáticas, etc., pero antes tendrán la oportunidad de usar materiales que permitan responder a la diversidad de necesidades de los estudiantes que buscan mejorar su destreza comunicativa.

TEXT: TEXT: Bitácora 3 Nueva edición - Libro + descarga mp3 by – Difusión. ISBN: 9788416657520

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328 Hablemos en Español, Conversaciones
Creativas (Virtual) NEW!
Maria Dimas, Spanish Instructor, Mercer County
Community College
Mon., 7:00–8:30 pm, Oct. 4, 10 sessions
$180

El objetivo de Hablemos en español, Conversaciones Creativas, es revivir experiencias hablando en español. Usando mini dramas, narrativas y situaciones reales se promueve a los participantes a preparar sus propios finales basados en sus experiencias. Actuando situaciones importantes se motiva a los participantes a usar el español para resolver problemas. Se habla español todo el tiempo durante la clase, esto lleva a desarrollar vocabulario, conversaciones, debate y especialmente participación en clase.

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