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Learning Communities

 Your Dream Schedule....Fall 2016

 

 Part time 

 

 Convenient days and meeting times

 

 Fulfills General Education and Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) requirements

 

 Passionate, engaging instructors

   Nearly effortless enrollment process

 

Just tell your academic advisor which “dream schedule” option you want to take! Or, enter JUST ONE of the courses you've selected into Student Planner, and the other course will automatically load into your schedule!

 

(6 credits)

 

RDG 097W-FA655
Academic Reading

 

WRT 098-FA655
Preparing for College Writing

Tuesday & Thursday,  9-11:55 a.m.

Ricker Center

 

 

 

We will explore ways to use the English language more effectively, in writing, reading, speaking and listening. We will learn about "home languages," dialects, and the ever-elusive "Standard English." We are going to learn to "write right," and "read what's left!"

 

Chey Davis

Associate Professor of English

cheydavis@delta.edu

989.686.9169

Joseph Lewis

Associate Professor of English

josephlewis2@delta.edu

989.686.9376

 



 

(6 credits)


RDG 097W FA660
Academic Reading

ENG 111C FA660
Writing Methods/College Composition I

Monday and Wednesday

9:30 - 11:55 a.m./12:30 - 1:55 p.m. 

 

Main Campus

 

 In this zombie-themed course combo, get an undead-ucation to help you survive college and the zombie apocalypse.

 

 

Betheen Glady-Teschendorf

Associate Professor of English

betheengladyteschend@delta.edu

989.686.9170

Angela Trabalka

Assistant Professor of English

angelatrabalka@delta.edu

989.686.9442

 

 

(7 credits)

COM 114W FA691
Interpersonal Communication

ENG 111 FA691
College Composition I

SSI 290W FA691
Special Projects

Tuesday and Thursday

10 - 11:55 a.m./12:30- 1:55 p.m. 

 

Main Campus

 

Have you heard the phrase, “It’s not what you know; it’s who you know?”  We disagree.  We think you have more control over what you’re going to do and where you’re going to go.  Understand who you are and how your communication influences your relationships.  Communicate better with your family and friends, coworkers, and potential employers.  Check out this LC and learn that, “It’s not who you know; it’s how you say it!”

 

 

Janet Alexander

Professor of English

jmalexan@delta.edu

989.686.9399

Heidi Schuitman

Adjunct Instructor of Communication

heidischuitman@delta.edu

989.686.9440

 



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(6 credits)


COM 112W FA692
Fundamentals of Oral Communications

COM 215W FA692
Introduction to Theater

Monday

9:00 - 11:55 a.m./12:30- 3:25 p.m. 

Main Campus

 

The ministry of magic announces that, due to recent circumstances in the Wizarding World, a special allowance has been approved to seek for new talent among the muggles at Delta College. This agreement has been reached with Headmaster Albus Dumbledore of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Any interested muggles may apply. The coursesinclude COM 112 Rhetorium Oratoria: Practicing the spellbinding principles of wielding the spoken word and COM 215 rhetorium Thaetrum: An experiential introduction to the magical world of theatrical arts.

 

 

 

Judy Gonzalez

Professor of Communication

jlgonzal@delta.edu

989.686.9535

Beth Heyart

Associate Professor of Communication

bethheyart@delta.edu

989.686.9248

 

 

(7 credits)


COM 112W FA694

Fundamentals of Oral Communications

POL 104W FA694
American Politics + Project

SSI 291-FA694
Interdisciplinary Seminar

Monday
12:00 - 2:55 p.m.

Wednesday
9 - 11:55 a.m/
12:30 - 1:25 p.m. 

Main Campus

 

Students will be challenged to analyze the American political system and whether it operates in the interest of the American voter. They will be empowered to overcome polarizing rhetoric and campaign tactics intended to manipulate the vote. Students will work for a local, state or national candidate or party organization that advances their interests, as well as work to empower their fellow students at Delta to participate in the November 2016 general election. They will learn research, writing, and speaking skills as tools to use in the political process to enact change.

 

 

 

Barb Handley-Miller

Professor of Communication

barbarahandley-mille@delta.edu

989.686.9535

Lisa Lawrason

Associate Professor of Political Science

lisalawrason@delta.edu

989.686.9509

 

 

For More Information about Learning Communities:

Betheen Glady-Teschendorf, Learning Communities Director
Associate Professor of English
E-Mail:  betheengladyteschend@delta.edu | Phone: 989.686.9170


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