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Covers grammar, syntax and cultural information. Includes readings, regular tests and a final project focusing on vocabulary. Bring writing materials and text to the first class. No Class May 28th, 2018.

44272

Start date: 04/02/18

Room :  Downtown Campus, Rm 303

10 sessions.

Weekly - Mon 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (4/2/2018-6/11/2018)

Class Cost: $139.00

Instructor : shirley Sieczkowski 

Please read: No Class May 28, 2018

Location : DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus Location : 
  DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus.



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Increase your knowledge of ASL grammar, syntax and culture and expand your vocabulary. Must have taken beginning sign or have vocabulary of 200-300 signs and be able to demonstrate moderate proficiency in performance skills and receptive skills of finger spelling. Bring writing materials. 

44273

Start date: 04/11/18

Room :  Downtown Campus, Rm 303

10 sessions.

Weekly - Wed 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (4/11/2018-6/13/2018)

Class Cost: $159.00

Instructor : shirley Sieczkowski 

Location : DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus Location : 
  DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus.



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Study the following grammatical elements of American Sign Language: topic/comment sentence structure, directionality, use of space and negation. Course includes videos, quizzes, and final project. Dictionary recommended but not required. Bring paper and pencil to first class.

44430

Start date: 04/10/18

Room :  Downtown Campus Rm 303

10 sessions.

Weekly - Tue 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (4/10/2018-6/12/2018)

Class Cost: $159.00

Instructor : shirley Sieczkowski 

Location : DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus Location : 
  DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus.



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Basic Spoken Chinese employs a revolutionary new method designed to have students quickly speaking and comprehending Mandarin Chinese. Introduces pronunciation, the pinyin transcription system, and conversational Chinese. The emphasis is oral proficiency only—writing Chinese characters is not required. Required Text: “Basic Spoken Chinese: An Introduction to Speaking and Listening for Beginners” (DVD/MP3 CD included), Cornelius C. Kubler, ISBN-13: 978-0804840156.

44274

Start date: 04/10/18

Room :  Downtown Campus, Rm 310

10 sessions.

Weekly - Tue 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (4/10/2018-6/12/2018)

Class Cost: $149.00

Instructor : Thomas Wetherell 

Location : DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus Location : 
  DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus.



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"Chinese, Basic Spoken, Term 5 Prerequisite: Term 4 or consent of instructor. Students continue learning Mandarin Chinese utilizing pinyin transcription. Focus is placed on asking directions, arranging transportation, and finding locations. Circumstances of past actions, conditional clauses, pivot sentences, and resultative compounds are covered. The emphasis is only on oral proficiency. Learning the Chinese writing system is not required. Required Text: “Basic Spoken Chinese: An Introduction to Speaking and Listening for Beginners (DVD and MP3 CD Included), Cornelius C. Kubler” ISBN-13: 978-0804840156"

44239

Start date: 04/11/18

Room :  Downtown Campus Rm 310

10 sessions.

Weekly - Wed 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (4/11/2018-6/13/2018)

Class Cost: $179.00

Instructor : Thomas Wetherell 

Please read: Required Text: “Basic Spoken Chinese: An ...More

Location : DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus Location : 
  DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus.



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Prerequisite: AIL 202 or consent of the instructor. This course is the third course of a three-term sequence to ensure students achieve competency in Chinuk Wawa at the second year college level. Competency is defined by benchmarks set by the Tribes, by the state of Oregon and in accordance with Oregon's SB 690 of 2001, and by Lane's language standards. Objectives: Students will (1) learn and discuss the culture and history of the Grand Ronde people; (2) converse in a variety settings; (3) learn to use more advanced grammatical structures; (4) work (a linguistic emplasis) on texts. Emphasis is placed on daily speaking, writing, reading, and listening of Chinuk Wawa and understanding the cultures of the people who spoke and still speak the language. No Class May 28, 2017.  

44282

Start date: 04/02/18

Room :  Main Campus LCC 31 Grounds 101

19 sessions.

Weekly - Mon, Wed 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM (4/2/2018-6/6/2018)

Class Cost: $0.00

Instructor : Jerome Viles 

Please read: No Class May 28, 2017

Location : LCC Classroom Lane Community College - Main Campus Location : 
  LCC Classroom Lane Community College - Main Campus.



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Prerequisite: AIL 102 or CW 102 or consent of instructor. This course is the third course of a three-term sequence of study of the American Indian language, Chinuk Wawa, at the first-year level. Students will achieve beginning listening, oral, cultural, and literacy competency. Determination of competency and instruction will conform to tribeal, state, and college criteria. Language instruction will include activities, dialog, and text analysis. Objectives: Stduents will (1) become proficient in the sound system of Chinuk Wawa to be able to (2) converse in a variety of common everyday settings using sentences, questions, and structures presented in classs. Emphasis is placed on daily speaking, more complex writing, reading and listening of Chinuk Wawa and learning about the cultures of the people who spoke and still speak the language.   

44281

Start date: 04/03/18

Room :  Main Campus LCC31 Rm 101

20 sessions.

Weekly - Tue, Thu 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM (4/3/2018-6/7/2018)

Class Cost: $0.00

Instructor : Jerome Viles 

Location : LCC Classroom Lane Community College - Main Campus Location : 
  LCC Classroom Lane Community College - Main Campus.



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Improve and build on your conversation skills. Our focus will be on practical usage with the goal to speak Spanish in real life.  Must understand how to conjugate Spanish verbs in the present tense. Designed to meet the needs of the participants. Textbook is required, Spanish Verbs & Essentials of Grammar by Ina W. Ramboz, is recommended as a resource. Instructor Kanich

Start date: 04/18/18

Room :  112

8 sessions.

Weekly - Wed 6:00 PM - 7:50 PM (4/18/2018-6/6/2018)

Class Cost: $99.00

Instructor : Susan Kanich 

Location : CGC Classroom - Cottage Grove Campus Location : 
  CGC Classroom - Cottage Grove Campus.



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Get ready for a party or a trip by learning about French food! Learn correct pronunciation for traditional dishes, wine pairings and what French people typically eat. Impress friends and family with your knowledge of la magnifique cuisine française. Recipes too! Not a cooking or tasting class.

44261

Start date: 05/03/18

Room :  Downtown Campus, Rm 316

2 sessions.

Weekly - Thu 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (5/3/2018-5/10/2018)

Class Cost: $45.00

Instructor : Amey Herman 

Please read: This is Not a cooking or tasting class.

Location : DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus Location : 
  DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus.



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Introduction to language and culture in the Spanish World. Focus on basic grammar comma conversation skills, useful vocabulary and phrases for the traveler. Required Text: Living Language Ultimate Spanish Beginner-Intermediate ISBN 978-814-0000 9619  

44276

Start date: 04/12/18

Room :  Downtown Campus, Rm 310

10 sessions.

Weekly - Thu 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM (4/12/2018-6/14/2018)

Class Cost: $149.00

Instructor : Sied Imani 

Please read: Text: Living language ultimate Spanish ...More

Location : DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus Location : 
  DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus.



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In the midst of the action, by means of storytelling and reading, you will see your acquisition of practical Spanish come alive. Using Blaine Ray's highly successful TPRS method of World language instruction, this course focuses on development of communications skills essential for everyday Spanish communication.

44221

Start date: 04/10/18

Room :  LCC Main Campus Bld 04 Room 204

10 sessions.

Weekly - Tue 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (4/10/2018-6/12/2018)

Class Cost: $149.00

Instructor : Daniel Collins 

Location : LCC Classroom Lane Community College - Main Campus Location : 
  LCC Classroom Lane Community College - Main Campus.



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In the midst of the action, by means of storytelling and reading, you will see your acquisition of practical Spanish come alive. Using Blaine Ray's highly successful TPRS method of World language instruction, this course focuses on development of communications skills essential for everyday Spanish communication.

44222

Start date: 04/12/18

Room :  Downtown Campus, Room 408

10 sessions.

Weekly - Thu 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (4/12/2018-6/14/2018)

Class Cost: $149.00

Instructor : Daniel Collins 

Location : DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus Location : 
  DCA Classroom - Downtown Campus.



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