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    Explore the World as a Travel Writer

    If you love to travel and love to write, this is for you! We will discuss how to use all your senses in a new destination to create more detailed and in-depth descriptions that capture and maintain readers’ interest, and whether or not you need to include photos with your work. You will also learn how to find and submit your finished product to print and online markets, the business side of travel writing (how to take travel tax deductions), and how to avoid worn-out travel writing cliches. Informative handouts for future use are included in class fee. The instructor LeeAnne Krusemark is a former journalist, current author and editor, and a nationwide Professor of Publishing at higher learning institutions, including Harvard Adult Education. The webinar login information will be emailed the day before class.
  • Know Your Muslim Neighbor

    Join a lively discussion to learn about Islam and Muslims. You’ll learn about the articles of faith, rituals and practices, and how they affect a Muslim’s daily life. This event will provide you with a safe room to ask any related questions about your Muslim neighbor. We look forward to seeing you in our journey to break through any stereotypes and misconceptions about each other and build a stronger community together. Here is what past participants are saying about the class: "Thank you for a very enjoyable and unique opportunity to learn about my neighbors. It was a very positive experience." "I learned so much! Don't stop doing this!" "This was my 2nd time taking this class and I might be back because more is learned as different attendees ask various questions!
  • Sigamos Conversando

    Continuaremos conversando acerca de diferentes tópicos de interés. De tarea, los estudiantes leerán o escucharán un podcast para prepararse para nuestra conversación.
  • Spanish Part 1

    We will start from the basics: greetings, simple introductions, questions and answers, introduction to present tense, a lot of vocabulary building activities, etc. A brief assignment to practice what we learn in class each week.
  • Spanish Part 1

    This course is for students who have not had any Spanish, or just a little, and want to start or review from the basics: vocabulary building activities, asking questions and giving simple answers, etc. Students will have a small assignment each week.
  • Spanish Part 2

    Have you taken a couple of Spanish introduction classes and want to continue learning more from a native speaker and teacher? Join us! We will work on irregular verbs in present and we will also study the future tense. There will be a brief assignment each week.
  • Spanish Part 3

    Have you taken a couple of Spanish introduction classes and want to continue learning more from a native speaker and teacher? Join us! We will learn one of the past tenses, irregular verbs in the present and future tense. There will be a brief assignment each week. During the first class the instructor will provide the name of a textbook for students to purchase for the class.
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  • Spanish Part 3

    We will study two new past tenses and learn to identify when to use them. We will also practice the different pronouns while we talk, read and listen to stories shared in class. Small assignment each week.
  • Spanish Part 4

    This class will allow you to continue practicing and improving your Spanish skills at a higher level. We will review important concepts from Part 1,2,3. We will study the imperative and the subjunctive. Small homework will be assigned each week. The first day of class instructor will share a textbook for students to purchase for class.
  • Spanish Part 4

    This class will allow you to continue practicing and improving your Spanish skills at a higher level. We will review important concepts from Part 1,2,3. We will study the imperative and the subjunctive. Small homework will be assigned each week.
  • ¡Conversemos!

    Esta clase es para estudiantes que han tomado al menos 4 años de español. Conversaremos acerca de diferentes tópicos mientras revisamos distintos elementos gramaticales importantes del idioma español estudiados en años anteriores. Habrá tarea cada semana.