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College of Lake County 19351 West Washington Street Grayslake, Illinois 60030-1198

2011 Fall Schedule

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Personal Enrichment Classes

July 2011 – Volume 17, No. 2

Noncredit Classes Across the Ages

Classes for Adults, Teens, Youth, and 50+ — Learning Across the Ages

Adults

Scenic Hikes (page 9)

On Site & Online

Winter Gardening

page 1

(page 4)

Youth Grades 2 – 12 Xplore! & Online STEM Visual Math

Volleyball Discovery! American History

(page 10)

(page 25)

page 14

50+ Trips & Tours Discovery!

Discovery! Music Appreciation

page 18

(page 19)

Intro to Chemistry (page 15)

For more information visit www.clcillinois.edu/noncredit.

Looking for career and workforce courses? Visit wpdi.clcillinois.edu/register/schedule.asp

College of Lake County Photo by Lou Nettelhorst CPE Digital Photography Instructor

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THE GOOD WAR Discover the Culture and History of World War ll Look at the soul and spirit of our county and the people who led it. A time with no shortage of heroes — military & civilian — and a time when United We Won.

Four Part Series • Prelude & Infamy • Defeat & Retreat • The Longest Days • The Inevitable Triumph

Operation Freedom — The Berlin Airlift One of the greatest adventures in American military history

The First Motion Picture Unit: More Than Met the Eye A myriad of Hollywood celebrities produced almost 400 morale & training films

How to Register for Personal Enrichment Classes 1. Apply for Admission New students and students who have not attended classes in two years must apply for admission in one of three ways: IN PERSON: Admissions and Records Office, Room B101, Grayslake campus BY FAX or MAIL: The Student Admission Form is on page 13. • Fax: (847) 543-3061 • Mail to: College of Lake County / Attn: Admissions and Records 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake, IL 60030-1198 INTERNET: www.clcillinois.edu/applyconted.asp

2. Obtain CLC ID Number Allow two working days to process your application. You will receive your CLC student ID number, PIN and other important registration information in the mail. You may also look up your CLC student ID number via the Web at www.clcillinois.edu/register. Click on the “Create myLogin” links and then click on “Look Up CLC ID.” Your PIN is a number that is initially set to your six-digit date of birth (mmddyy). Your ID and PIN will give you access to myStudentCenter, our student self-service system.

3. Register for Personal Enrichment Classes By Internet www.clcillinois.edu/register When you are ready to select your classes, use the “CLC Classes by Term.” You must specify the semester and then a subject, such as English, to view the classes available. To select a subject area, click on the magnifying glass and then press the “Look Up” button. When you find a specific class section you want, make note of the four-digit class number. You may register on the Web or in person in the Admissions office, B101, Grayslake campus, the Student Services office at Lakeshore or the main office at the Southlake Educational Center. Online Self-Service requires that you have created myLogin. Once you have logged in, use the menu of options to add or drop classes or to view your schedule, grades or an unofficial transcript and many other options. When you add or drop a class, check for a “success” or “error” message. Most errors are due to enrollment holds or prerequisites not met.

4. Pay Tuition and Fees To avoid being dropped from classes for non-payment, you must pay in full or enroll in the college’s FACTS installment tuition payment plan by your due date. Check the amount of your bill online by logging into myStudentCenter and selecting the “Make a Payment” link. Financial aid is not available for Continuing Education classes. For more information about tuition payment, call (847) 543-2085. For more information about financial aid, call (847) 543-2062.

When to Register Scheduled hours for on-site or Web registration are: • Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. • Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Connections: Star Trek and World War ll Learn how the TV program’s creator and stars — all WW ll veterans — shaped Star Trek’s look and characters. See pages 23 -24 for details about these and other fall Discovery! classes.

Web registration is available 24 hours a day.

Where to Register • By Web from anywhere at www.clcillinois.edu/register • Grayslake Campus — 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake • Lakeshore Campus — 111 North Genesee Street, Waukegan • Southlake Campus — 1120 South Milwaukee Avenue, Vernon Hills To REGISTER for ed2go online classes, visit www.ed2go.com/clc or call the Center for Personal Enrichment at (847) 543-2022. To REGISTER for youth classes, visit www.clcillinois.edu/youth or call Personal Enrichment at (847) 543-2022.

Are you receiving this schedule through the mail at your home? If not, call the Center for Personal Enrichment at (847) 543-2022 to get on the mailing list.


Table of Contents

This holiday season, and all year-round, let them open up the gift of learning.

Arts and Crafts ....................................................1

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH AND TEENS

Arts and Crafts Online ........................................1

Fast-Paced Programs ........................................14

Avocations/Hobbies ............................................1

Math ....................................................................14

Computer Application Basics ............................1

Reading................................................................14

Computer Applications – Internet ....................2

Science ................................................................14

PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS

Give a CPE class to that special someone on your list who is hard to buy for.

Computers – Internet Online..............................2

Test Preparation ................................................15

Computers – Multimedia Online........................2

Writing ................................................................15

Cooking..................................................................3

For the person who has everything.

Cooking Online ....................................................3

Grandma & Grandpa Beginning Computer Art, Music or History Lectures Tours • Explore Chicago’s Chinatown • Chicago: The German and Polish City • Courthouse Tour (Don’t just watch Judge Mathis – live it!) • Gift Card for Summer 2012 Quest!

Lou Nettelhorst, a fine art photographer and former corporate photographer, has been teaching for Center for Personal Enrichment for more than six years. Specializing in close-up images Lou brings more than 48 years of photographic experience (14 of that professional) to CLC students. Widely published in print and on the Web and honored in juried exhibitions, Lou generously shares his passion for photography with students and offers ongoing technical support to past students.

Mom & Dad Calligraphy Creative Writing Beginning Digital Camera Gift Card for Just Say Sushi or Chinese Appetizers (Great for date night)

CLC’s Center for Personal Enrichment Fulfilling our mission to provide noncredit leisure and academic enrichment to learners of all ages

Youth

Personal Enrichment Information (847) 543-2022 www.clcillinois.edu/noncredit

Visual Math Write a Story and Publish Your Work STEM Gift Card for 2012 Summer Camp Xplore!

ONLINE CLASSES FOR YOUTH

Family, Home and Parenting Online..................3

Computers Online – Microsoft Office ............15

Financial Management ......................................3

Computers Online – Web Savvy........................16

Financial Management Online ..........................4

Math Online ........................................................16

Gardening..............................................................4

Science Online ....................................................16

Gardening/Going Green Online..........................4

Test Preparation Online ....................................16

Health and Wellness Online ................................4

Writing Online ....................................................16

Homeschool Resources Online ..........................4 Languages..............................................................5 Languages Online ................................................5

Call (847) 543-2022 for details on how to buy!

Trips and Tours ..................................................18

Math Online ..........................................................6

Music Appreciation ............................................19

Mind and Body ....................................................6

Literature ............................................................20

Mind and Body Online ........................................6

Classic Film ........................................................20

Music ......................................................................6

Art Appreciation ................................................21

Music Online ........................................................7

Current Events and Timely Topics....................22

Personal Interest ..................................................7

World History and Related Topics....................23

Personal Interest Online......................................8

American History and Social Science ............25

Photography..........................................................8

Photography and Digital Editing ....................27

Photography Online ............................................9

Computers ..........................................................28

Recreation and Outdoors ....................................9

Defensive Driving Class ....................................29

Science Online ......................................................9 Sports and Fitness..............................................10 Writing ................................................................11 Writing Online ....................................................11

HOW TO APPLY, REGISTER AND PAY Registration Information ......Inside Back Cover Online ed2go ......................................................12

SES CLC CLAS Fall Schedule

Adult Student Admission Form........................13

2011

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Noncredit Classes Across the Ages

Youth Registration Form ..................................17 Discovery! Admission Form..............................30 Maps ....................................................................31

Adults

On Site & Online

page 1

Youth

Grades 1 – 12 Xplore! & Online STEM Visual Math page 14

Discovery! / Quest (847) 543-6507 www.clcillinois.edu/seniors The College of Lake County is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution in all aspects of education and employment. The information contained within is accurate as of July 2011, but is subject to change.

DISCOVERY!

Math ......................................................................6

XPLORE! — Youth, Teen & Children’s Programs (847) 543-2759 www.clcillinois.edu/youth

CLC Gift Card Available in any amount Can be used by one person or the whole family Redeemable for CLC classes, bookstore and dining room purchases

Dance ....................................................................3

50+

Trips & Tours Discovery! page 18

ty College of Lake Coun Photo by Lou Nettelhorst y Instructor CPE Digital Photograph

du/noncredit www.clcillinois.e

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College of Lake County

Online Course Catalog

Center for Personal Enrichment www.ed2go.com/clc

Fall 2011 I want to learn!

Our online courses are open to everyone!

Xplore! Classes for Grades 1-12

Apps for Life

expert instructors

ACT Accelerated Reading

Test Preparation

Creative Writing

Computers Online

STEM

Astronomy

Visual Math

Physics

Online learning anytime, anywhere ‌ just a click away!

Speed Spanishof Your Windows Vista PC Take Control affordable courses

See Page 9 See 5

Market Your Business on the Internet Grammar Refresher 24/7 access

See Page Page 3 See 11

Make Money Writing Grants Beginning Writer’s Workshop See Page 4 See Page 11

Increase Your Programming Test Preparation (GMAT, GRE,Skills LSAT, SAT/ACT) See Page 10 See Page 16 convenient for everyone! www.ed2go.com/clc www.ed2go.com/clc

Instructor-Facilitated Online Learning Instructor-Facilitated Online Learning For registration help call (847) 543-2022.

Learn from the comfort of home!

www.ed2go.com/webname

Course Fees Start at Just

$99

Register at clcillinois.edu/youth Call (847) 543-2022 or email CPEInfo@clcillinois.edu for details.

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Personal Enrichment

Programs for Adults Arts and Crafts CALLIGRAPHY The art of beautiful writing, calligraphy is an expression of your personality. It’s a technique that gives the ultimate personal touch to greeting cards, invitations, bookmarks, gifts and more. Discover your potential for creative letter design through italic lettering. Learn basic techniques and tool selection. 4140 CCRF 26-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, September 21-October 26 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. $99 Hubbard Room A217

Arts and Crafts Online Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022 Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • DRAWING FOR THE ABSOLUTE BEGINNER • INTRODUCTION TO INTERIOR DESIGN • MUSIC MADE EASY • START YOUR OWN ARTS AND CRAFTS BUSINESS • THE PLEASURES OF POETRY

Avocations/Hobbies

HOW TO MAKE IT IN VOICE-OVERS Voice-overs are hot! With famous actors lending their voices to commercials, films and videos, you might think it’s next to impossible to break into this field. Not so! Learn about an exciting new way to get around the competition and actually turn voice-overs into a thriving full- or part-time business! With 17 years of teaching and technology experience, Anne Ganguzza has voiced hundreds of commercials, corporate narrations and audio books. She will demonstrate voice-over techniques and provide an overview of the business, covering numerous opportunities, income potential and how to have the all-important demo produced. Step up to the microphone to do some recording practice and hear the results! 3397 CPER 19-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesday, October 25 7 p.m.-9 p.m. $69 Ganguzza Room E125

(Also See Personal Interest Online)

EBAY 101 — SELLING BASICS Have you collected a lot of stuff over the years? Learn how to turn that stuff into cash by selling on eBay part time. This authentic eBay University selling basics class will show you how to open eBay and PayPal accounts, do research, create listings, take digital photos, set pricing that sells, pack and ship items, complete transactions and stay safe online. Presented by Jack Waddick, an eBay University instructor and active eBay power seller with more than 3,000 successful eBay sales. An optional eBay workbook is available in class for $20. 3396 CCMP 40-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturday, September 24 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. $69 Waddick Room E124

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Computer Application Basics UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING COMPUTER — LEVEL I This course is designed for the individual who is afraid of the computer and has never taken a computer class. Class will cover terminology, turning the computer on and off, mouse control, file management, beginning word processing and basic Internet searching using personal computers and a Windows operating system. Call (847) 543-6507 for textbook information. (5 sessions) 4168 CDIS 39-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 22 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Robins Room D133

4209 CDIS 39-005 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 22 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Santini Room V102 4211 CDIS 39-007 Lakeshore Campus Meets Fridays, September 23-October 21 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Freeman Room N205

UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING COMPUTER — LEVEL II This course is for those who have completed Unconditionally, Categorically, Totally Beginning computer (Level I) and choose to continue the learning. Topics covered will be email (including attachments), advanced Internet skills, MS Word editing, formatting and adding graphics to documents. (5 sessions) 4169 CDIS 39-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 22 12 p.m.-2 p.m. $95 Robins Room D133 4170 CDIS 39-003 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 29-December 3 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Robins Room D133 4208 CDIS 39-004 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, September 23-October 21 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Santini Room V102 4210 CDIS 39-006 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 29-December 3 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Santini Room V102 4212 CDIS 39-008 Lakeshore Campus Meets Fridays, October 28-December 2 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Freeman Room N205 1


Personal Enrichment Computer Applications – Internet UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING MICROSOFT WORD 2007 – LEVEL 1 Learn the necessary features loaded in your computer and general settings that can be changed to fit your needs. Compare WordPad options (similar to Word 2003), learn to use the MS 2007 ribbon interface to create a document, change MS Word options, edit (copy, paste and cut) and create documents to fit your needs, including flyers, posters, business cards and greeting cards. Call (847) 543-6507 for textbook information (5 sessions). 4203 CDIS 87-001 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, September 23-October 21 12 p.m.-2 p.m. $79 Santini Room V102 4205 CDIS 87-003 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, October 28-December 2 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $79 Santini Room V102

UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING MICROSOFT WORD 2007 – LEVEL 2 Students at this level will continue exploring and working with many features of MS Word 2007, with a

Programs for Adults brief introduction to 2010.Topics will include mail merge, line space settings, paragraph alignment, correct spelling, looking up a definition while working in a document, copying/pasting information and images from the Internet, using themes, inserting charts and/or pictures saved on the computer and changing printer settings. Call (847) 543-6507 for textbook information (5 sessions). 4204 CDIS 87-002 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, October 28-December 2 12 p.m.-2 p.m. $79 Santini Room V102

INTRODUCTION TO EXCEL – LEVEL 1 This course will cover the basic concepts of Microsoft Excel 2007 with a brief introduction to 2010. Students will learn how to design and work with charts, create formulas and use functions. This is for students who have completed a computer fundamentals class or have equivalent experience (5 sessions). 4207 CDIS 88-001 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 22 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. $79 Santini Room V102

INTRODUCTION TO EXCEL – LEVEL 2 Beginning Excel students may choose to continue their learning in this intermediate course ( 5 sessions). 4206 CDIS 88-002 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 29-December 3 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. $79 Santini Room V102

Computers – Internet Online Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022 Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • GUIDING KIDS ON THE INTERNET • NAVIGATING THE INTERNET

Computers – Multimedia Online Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022 Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • MAKING MOVIES WITH WINDOWS VISTA • MAKING MOVIES WITH WINDOWS XP • PHOTOSHOP CS3 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER • PHOTOSHOP CS4 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER • PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 6.0 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER • PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 6.0 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER II • PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 7 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER • PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 7 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER II • PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 8 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER • PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 8 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER II

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Personal Enrichment

Programs for Adults

Family, Home and Parenting Online Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022 Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each

Cooking JUST SAY SUSHI Chef Ying Stoller will be sharing the secrets of making great sushi! Learn step-by-step instructions. Menu will include edamame, fried tofu pockets and Philadelphia rolls. The ingredients are included in the price of the class. 4157 COOK 24-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Friday, September 23 7 p.m.-9 p.m. $39 Ying Stoller Room E124

CHINESE APPETIZERS Spend a fall evening with Chef Ying Stoller making some of the most popular Chinese appetizers. As Chef Ying shares her easy step-by-step secrets of delicious pot stickers and spring rolls, you’ll get hands-on experience. Cost of ingredients, printed recipes and generous samples are included in the class fee. 4156 COOK 3-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Friday, October 28 7 p.m.-9 p.m. $39 Ying Stoller Room E124

Cooking Online Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022 Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each

Dance BEGINNING BALLROOM DANCING If you’re getting married or going on a cruise, you will want to learn the basics of ballroom dances. Classic dances are always in vogue, as demonstrated on the TV show “Dancing with the Stars.” Instruction includes fox trot, waltz, cha cha and tango. A partner is recommended. Singles will be put in pairs. Tuition is charged per individual. 3411 CDAN 2-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Thursdays, August 25-October 13 7 p.m.-9:30 p.m. $75 Fowler/Sealander Room TBA 3412 CDAN 2-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Thursdays, October 20-December 15 7 p.m.-9:30 p.m. $75 Fowler/Sealander Room TBA

JAZZ TECHNIQUE I This course is designed for students interested in the fundamentals of jazz dance, whether they are beginning dancers, teachers of theater movement, returning dancers, athletes or persons interested in dance as a fine art. It is also designed so that any student will develop his/her kinesthetic intelligence (literacy) at the place and experience of his/her technical background. Prerequisite: Student must have taken this class previously with the grade of A and have the consent of the Dance Department chairperson. For college credit, enroll in DNC 123-001. 4105 CDAN 11-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays & Thursdays, August 23-December 15 1 p.m.-2:15 p.m. $125 Staff Room P103

• ASSISTING AGING PARENTS (US) • ENHANCING LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDHOOD • GUIDING KIDS ON THE INTERNET • HANDLING MEDICAL EMERGENCIES • READY, SET, READ 1 • UNDERSTANDING ADOLESCENTS

Financial Management RETIREMENT PLANNING TODAY Living a rich life takes more than money. Because of tax law changes and the uncertain future of Social Security, a sound financial plan has never been more vital. Learn five strategies to manage investment risks; 11 ways to save money on taxes; questions to ask before buying insurance; how to handle your company retirement plan; and how to calculate savings needed to retire. Couples may attend for a single registration fee. A fee of $25 for the 235-page textbook is payable to instructor at the first class. 4106 CFIN 2-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Thursdays, October 6-October 20 7 p.m.-9:15 p.m. $65 Babjak Room E125

STOCK OPTION STRATEGIES Improve your financial skill with this introduction to basic options trading. Starting with definitions, fundamentals and strategies, you will learn how to use options to adapt or adjust your position according to any situation that arises. Options can be as speculative or as conservative as you want. The class offers solid advice and easy-to-use methods. 3413 CFIN 8-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturday, October 15 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $35 Mauro Room E125

• LUSCIOUS, LOW-FAT, LIGHTNING-QUICK MEALS • SECRETS OF THE CATERER

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Personal Enrichment Financial Management Online

Programs for Adults Gardening/Going Green Online

Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022

Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022

Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each

Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each

• DEBT ELIMINATION TECHNIQUES THAT WORK • INTRODUCTION TO STOCK OPTIONS • KEYS TO SUCCESSFUL MONEY MANAGEMENT • ONLINE INVESTING - STOCKS, BONDS, AND INVESTING: OH MY! • PERSONAL FINANCE • PROTECT YOUR MONEY, CREDIT AND IDENTITY • REAL ESTATE INVESTING • REAL ESTATE INVESTING II: FINANCING YOUR PROPERTY • THE ANALYSIS AND VALUATION OF STOCKS • WHERE DOES ALL MY MONEY GO?

• GOING GREEN AT HOME • GROWING PLANTS FOR FUN AND PROFIT

Gardening CREATE A WINTER GARDEN You can create a winter garden that will look wonderfully welcoming when the weather turns chilly. A combination of flowers and foliage will keep your garden looking vibrant. Perhaps you could define the space with a dramatic, rustic-look arbor and put in some evergreen plants with flowers and berries. Jasmine will grow up and over the arbor with lots and lots of scent. Find out how to select a site, prepare the soil, plan the layout, select the plants and properly space them for maximum growth. Design a garden that shines through the forgotten season. 4159 CGAR 19-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturday, September 24 9 a.m.-1 p.m. $39 DiPrima Room H110

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Health and Wellness Online Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022 Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • HANDLING MEDICAL EMERGENCIES • HEALING THROUGH HYPNOSIS • INTRODUCTION TO NATURAL HEALTH AND HEALING • LOSE WEIGHT AND KEEP IT OFF • LUSCIOUS, LOW-FAT, LIGHTNING-QUICK MEALS • MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY: A WORD ASSOCIATION APPROACH

Homeschool Resources Online Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022 Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • CREATING K-12 LEARNING MATERIALS • ENHANCING LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDHOOD • GUIDING KIDS ON THE INTERNET • HOMESCHOOL SUCCESS WITH SINGAPORE MATH: NUMBER SENSE AND COMPUTATIONAL STRATEGIES • HOMESCHOOL WITH SUCCESS (US) • HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY • HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II • INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA • READY, SET, READ 1 • SINGAPORE MATH STRATEGIES: MODEL DRAWING FOR GRADES 1-6 • TEACHING MATH: GRADES 4-6

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Personal Enrichment

Programs for Adults Languages ABSOLUTELY BEGINNING SPANISH I If high school Spanish classes are only a dim memory or you have absolutely no experience learning Spanish, this class is for you. Begin to learn the Spanish language and culture through simple conversational patterns and the application of basic Spanish vocabulary. Start conversing immediately and build your vocabulary. Students should consult with the teacher about subsequent classes. A textbook is required. 3646 CLNG 1-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Thursdays, September 15-October 20 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m. $109 Paredes Room E124 3588 CLNG 1-021 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesdays, September 20-October 18 9 a.m.-12 p.m. $109 Lefebvre Room R230 4137 CLNG 1-022 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesdays, October 26-December 7 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m. $109 Mombille Room R022

ABSOLUTELY BEGINNING SPANISH II Continuation of Absolutely Beginning Conversational Spanish I. Continue building your vocabulary and conversation skills. Students should consult with the instructor about subsequent classes. A textbook is required. 3647 CLNG 5-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Thursdays, October 27-December 8 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m. $109 Paredes Room E124 3589 CLNG 5-021 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesdays, October 25-November 22 9 a.m.-12 p.m. $109 Lefebvre Room R230 4138 CLNG 5-022 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesdays, September 14-October 19 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m. $109 Mombille Room R022

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CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH I Introduces the Spanish language and culture through simple conversational patterns. Geared toward immediate spoken use of basic Spanish vocabulary used in everyday situations. A textbook is required. 4092 CLNG 2-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, September 28-October 26 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. $109 Schumacher Room E124 Waukegan High School West 3590 CLNG 2-011 Meets Tuesdays, August 23-October 4 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m. $109 Nelson Room E201 3591 CLNG 2-021 Southlake Campus Meets Thursdays, August 25-September 29 7 p.m.-9:30 p.m. $109 Nelson Room R230

CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH II Continuation of Conversational Spanish I, with emphasis on using phrases and grammatical structure to communicate fluently. A textbook is required. 4091 CLNG 3-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, November 2-December 7 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. $109 Schumacher Room E124 Waukegan High School West 3592 CLNG 3-011 Meets Tuesdays, October 11-November 15 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m. $109 Nelson Room E201 3593 CLNG 3-021 Southlake Campus Meets Thursdays, October 6-November 10 7 p.m.-9:30 p.m. $109 Nelson Room V340

CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH III Continuation of Conversational Spanish II. Emphasis is on verb usage to improve oral fluency. A textbook is required.

CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH II A continuation of Conversational French I, this course covers fundamentals of the language necessary for understanding, speaking and reading French. Students gain practice in pronunciation from dialogues and short situational role playing. A textbook is required. Prerequisite: Equivalent of Conversational French I. 3598 CLNG 21-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, October 26-December 7 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $109 Pavlos Room E124

CONVERSATIONAL ITALIAN I This is an introduction to the Italian language and culture using simple conversational patterns and phrases. Students will learn basic Italian vocabulary and phrases to deal with everyday situations. The course is designed to help a beginning Italian speaker converse comfortably. A textbook is required. 3595 CLNG 15-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, September 19-October 24 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $109 Pavlos Room E124

CONVERSATIONAL ITALIAN II This is a continuation of Conversational Italian I. The class focuses on using common phrases, grammar and vocabulary to further enhance speaking and communication skills. A textbook is required. 3596 CLNG 16-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, October 31-December 5 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $109 Pavlos Room E124

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4090 CLNG 4-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, August 24-September 21 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. $109 Schumacher Room E124

Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022

3594 CLNG 4-021 Southlake Campus Meets Mondays, November 7-December 12 7 p.m.-9:30 p.m. $109 Nelson Room V340

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CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH I The beauty of the French language will come alive for you. This course will cover basic grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and conversation. The course is designed for those who have never studied French or who have had limited exposure to the language. A textbook is required.

• BEGINNING BRAILLE TRANSCRIPTION • BEGINNING CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH • CONVERSATIONAL JAPANESE • INSTANT ITALIAN • SPEED SPANISH • SPEED SPANISH II • SPEED SPANISH III

3597 CLNG 20-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, September 14-October 19 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $109 Pavlos Room E124

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Personal Enrichment Math VISUAL MATH FOR ADULTS Are you fearful of math? You won’t be after taking Visual Math. Fear starts when you don’t understand. When you don’t understand, you often shut down and learning stops. Learn easy methods to comprehend math through visual techniques. If you already love math, you will expand your horizons with improved thinking and communication skills. Class can be taken multiple times. The instructor will continue to work with students at their own level. 4144 CPER 10-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, October 19-November 9 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. $49 Rollo Room C132 4143 CPER 10-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, November 16-December 14 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. $49 Rollo Room C132

Math Online Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022 Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • EVERYDAY MATH • INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA

Programs for Adults TAI CHI CHUAN/INTERMEDIATE This is a continuation of the introductory course. Students will develop some of the more advanced techniques associated with Tai Chi Chaun. 3408 CBOD 3-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, August 23-December 13 7 p.m.-9 p.m. $105 Schwartz Room T335

T’AI CHI CHIH BEGINNING T’ai Chi Chih form consists of 19 movements and one pose. The movements are simple and easy to learn, but have profound effects on the body and mind. T’ai Chi Chih is practiced softly and effortlessly through relaxed and gentle flowing movements. With practice, it offers such benefits as: stress reduction, increased inner peace and control over events. Physical benefits include improvement in balance, blood pressure, energy level and creativity. This moving meditation may be done standing or sitting. It is not affiliated with martial arts or exercise. If college credit is wanted, enroll in PED 121-016. 3409 CBOD 4-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, August 24-December 14 7 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $105 McElhose Room TBA

T’AI CHI CHIH INTERMEDIATE This intermediate course will cover refinement of all 19 movements and one pose with practice each class. The emphasis will be on deepening your understanding and exploring personal practice. Your practice may bring more profound harmony of mind and body and physical benefits through the balancing and circulation of the Chi. 3410 CBOD 5-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, August 23-December 13 1:30 p.m.-3:20 p.m. $105 McElhose Room 0706

YOGA This course introduces students to basic yoga exercise and is suitable for all experience levels. For college credit, enroll in PED 121-013. 4107 CBOD 1-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays & Thursdays, August 23-December 15 7 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $105 Staff Room 0706

Mind and Body Online Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022 Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • LISTEN TO YOUR HEART AND SUCCESS WILL FOLLOW

Music Mind And Body TAI CHI CHUAN An introduction to Tai Chi, an ancient Chinese system of movement, meditation and Qigong, meaning “breathing exercises.” Through a series of slow movements, students develop balance, form and mental calmness. Slow stretching and gentle exercises will bring increased strength, flexibility and a deep sense of serenity. Practicing Tai Chi and Qigong helps relieve stress and promotes a sense of physical and mental well-being. 3407 CBOD 2-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, August 24-December 14 7 p.m.-9 p.m. $105 Schwartz Room T335 6

GOSPEL CHOIR Perform diverse sacred music of the AfricanAmerican tradition, including spirituals and gospel music, past to present. Techniques of correct singing are addressed. No audition required. For college credit, enroll in MUS 120 Section 003 (Grayslake) or MUS 120 Section 004 (Lakeshore). 4127 CMSC 1-003 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, August 22-December 12 7 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $20 Clency Room D100 4128 CMSC 1-004 Lakeshore Campus Meets Saturdays, August 27-December 17 1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. $20 Clency Room N212 QUESTIONS? CALL (847) 543-2022


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CHAMBER SINGERS The Chamber Singers is CLC’s newest vocal ensemble. The ensemble provides the opportunity to study and perform challenging repertoire at an advanced level. Audition is required. For audition information, please contact Charles Clency at (847) 543-2569. If college credit is desired, enroll in MUS 120 Section 005. 4132 CMSC 9-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, August 24-December 14 6 p.m.-8 p.m. $20 Clency Room P105

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CLC SINGERS This student-based ensemble engages in the enjoyment, study, preparation and performance of diverse choral music, including madrigals, ballads and popular modern idioms. Emphasis is given to techniques of correct singing. Audition required. For audition information, phone Charles Clency at (847) 543-2569. If college credit is desired, enroll in MUS 120 Section 001. 4129 CMSC 2-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays & Thursdays, August 23-December 15 12:30 p.m.-1:45 p.m. $20 Clency Room D100

CHOIR OF LAKE COUNTY Comprised of members of the community at large, as well as students, this choir seeks to serve the artistic needs of the community. Its singers participate in the enjoyment, preparation and performance of traditional choral literature, from early Renaissance to present day. Techniques of correct singing are addressed. Open to all for credit or noncredit without audition. If college credit is desired, enroll in MUS 120 Section 002. 4125 CMSC 3-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, August 23-December 13 7 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $20 Clency Room D100

WIND ENSEMBLE Offered for the enjoyment and convenience of individuals who wish to play their instrument and do not need college credit. For college credit, enroll in MUS 123 Section 001. Also offered to provide band experience and opportunities for the college community. Audition required. For audition information, phone Michael Flack at (847) 543-2566.

JAZZ ENSEMBLE I Offered for individuals who wish to perform big-band jazz and who do not want or need college credit. If college credit is desired, enroll in MUS 223 Section 001. Also offered to provide big-band experience and opportunities for the college community. Audition required. For audition information, phone Michael Flack at (847) 543-2566. 4131 CMSC 5-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, August 22-December 12 7:30 p.m.-9 p.m. $20 Flack Room P101

JAZZ ENSEMBLE II Offered for individuals who wish to perform big-band jazz and who do not want or need college credit. If college credit is desired, enroll in MUS 223 Section 002. Also offered to provide big-band experience and opportunities for the college community. No audition is required. 4124 CMSC 7-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, August 23-December 13 7:30 p.m.-9 p.m. $20 Hibbard Room P101

CONCERT BAND Offered for the enjoyment and convenience of individuals who wish to play their instrument and do not want or need college credit. If college credit is desired, enroll in MUS 123 Section 002. Also offered to provide band experience and opportunities for the college community. No audition is required. 4126 CMSC 6-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, August 24-December 14 7:30 p.m.-9 p.m. $20 Mojziszek Room P101

Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022 Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • MUSIC MADE EASY

Personal Interest HOW TO MAKE IT IN VOICE-OVERS Voice-overs are hot! With famous actors lending their voices to commercials, films and videos, you might think it’s next to impossible to break into this field. Not so! Learn about an exciting new way to get around the competition and actually turn voice-overs into a thriving full- or part-time business! With 17 years of teaching and technology experience, Anne Ganguzza has voiced hundreds of commercials, corporate narrations and audio books. She will demonstrate voice-over techniques and provide an overview of the business, covering numerous opportunities, income potential and how to have the all-important demo produced. Step up to the microphone to do some recording practice and hear the results! 3397 CPER 19-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesday, October 25 7 p.m.-9 p.m. $69 Ganguzza Room E125

4130 CMSC 4-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Thursdays, August 25-December 15 7:30 p.m.-9 p.m. $20 Flack Room P101 WWW.CLCILLINOIS.EDU/NONCREDIT

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Personal Enrichment Personal Interest Online Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022 Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • GENEALOGY 1 • GET ASSERTIVE! • GET FUNNY! • GET PAID TO TRAVEL • GOODBYE TO SHY • GROWING PLANTS FOR FUN AND PROFIT (US) • LEARN TO BUY AND SELL ON EBAY • LISTEN TO YOUR HEART, AND SUCCESS WILL FOLLOW • MARKETING YOUR NONPROFIT • MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY: A WORD ASSOCIATION APPROACH • MERRILL REAM SPEED READING • PUBLISH IT YOURSELF: HOW TO START AND OPERATE YOUR OWN PUBLISHING BUSINESS (US) • SKILLS FOR MAKING GREAT DECISIONS • STARTING A NONPROFIT • WOW, WHAT A GREAT EVENT!

Programs for Adults Photography BEGINNING WITH A DIGITAL CAMERA Just got a digital camera and need help setting it up and using it? The ease and fun of digital are about to begin! Learn how to set up and use your camera to capture interesting photos and gain some simple tips for good photographs. See instant results in class. Bring your digital camera, fully charged batteries and camera manual. Participants must provide an adjustable digital camera (able to manually change shutter speed, lens aperture/fstop, ISO, etc.), either a point-and-shoot or one with interchangeable lenses (DSLR). The course includes professional service and supply fees. 3583 CPTO 20-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, September 14-October 5 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. $129 Nettelhorst Room E125 3585 CPTO 20-021 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesdays, September 13-October 4 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. $129 Nettelhorst Room V340 3586 CPTO 20-022 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesdays, September 14-October 5 12 p.m.-3 p.m. $129 Nettelhorst Room R024

Capture the moment! Enroll in SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHY and learn how to photograph athletic events like a pro!

DESIGNING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS Learn to design images, not just take pictures. Enhance your awareness of subjects, tap into your creativity and learn how to see and compose photographs. Be part of interactive photo exercises and projects. To the first class, bring five samples of your photography in JPG file format on a USB drive or CD. Requirement: Participants must provide an adjustable digital camera (able to manually change shutter speed, lens aperture/f-stop, ISO, etc.), either a pointand-shoot or one with interchangeable lenses (DSLR). The course includes professional service and supply fees. Students are welcome to repeat the course. 3584 CPTO 25-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, October 19-December 7 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. (no class October 26) $189 Nettelhorst Room E125 3587 CPTO 25-022 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesdays, October 18-December 6 12 p.m.-3 p.m. (no class October 25 and November 22) $189 Nettelhorst Room R024

ABSOLUTELY BEGINNING DIGITAL CAMERA Have you acquired a digital camera and don’t know how to print or share the pictures? Bring your camera to class and we’ll explore some of its picture taking options, learn how to take the pictures off the camera, save them to folders, do simple edits and insert the pictures into documents and email. This class is fun, interesting and easy! (5 sessions) 4177 CDIS 80-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 29-December 3 12 p.m.-2 p.m. $79 Robins Room D133

SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHY This course is designed to help adults photograph youth or high school athletics. Learn how to use photo equipment and develop game shooting strategies for all sports and seasons. The class Beginning with a Digital Camera or knowledge of camera operation is required as a prerequisite. Bring your camera to class. 3580 CPTO 4-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, September 13-October 18 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m. $119 Chwedyk Room E124

PEOPLE PHOTOGRAPHY Whether it’s a holiday, graduation, birthday or vacation, what you probably photograph most is people. Discover how to take the best photos of your family and friends. Learn techniques for informal portraiture from a seasoned photojournalist, along with the basics of camera handling, composition, lighting, digital imaging and equipment use. The class Beginning with a Digital Camera or knowledge of camera operation is required as a prerequisite. Bring your camera to class. 3582 CPTO 14-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, November 1-December 13 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m. (No class November 8) $119 Chwedyk Room E124 8

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Programs for Adults PHOTOGRAPHY AS A BUSINESS The course is designed to acquaint you with the skills, equipment and training necessary to enhance the photographer in you, especially those beginning a photography business. Students will gain hands-on experience working with live models and product shots in a studio environment. Lectures and classroom discussion will deal with business techniques and strategies. Students will shoot an assignment in their chosen field, using equipment and techniques common to that type of photography. A basic understanding of photography and a digital camera are required. A $15 supply fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. 4134 CPTO 31-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, September 28-November 16 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. $99 Dowe Room C138

Photography Online Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022 Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • DISCOVER DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY • MAKING MOVIES WITH WINDOWS VISTA • MAKING MOVIES WITH WINDOWS XP • PHOTOGRAPHING NATURE WITH YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA • PHOTOGRAPHING PEOPLE WITH YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA • PHOTOSHOP CS3 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER • PHOTOSHOP CS4 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER • PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 6.0 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER • PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 6.0 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER II • PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 7 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER • PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 7 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER II • PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 8 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER • PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 8 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER II • SECRETS OF BETTER PHOTOGRAPHY • TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER

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Recreation and Outdoors SCENIC NATURE HIKES: BIRDING Learn to recognize, enjoy and appreciate the resident and migratory birds of northeastern Illinois. Bring binoculars. All sessions are held at colorful natural areas within an hour’s drive of your home. The instructor will contact you with detailed directions on the location of the first class just before the course begins. Call (847) 543-2022 if you are not contacted about meeting place information. Check the CLC Bookstore for the optional book that goes with this class. 4122 CREC 32-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 10-October 15 7 a.m.-9:30 a.m. $89 Ackerman Room TBA

NATURE HIKES: WINTER/SPRING Prairies, forests, wetlands, savannahs, bogs and the lakefront are some of the interesting natural areas that class members will explore and enjoy. Become familiar with the more common plants, birds and trail systems in forest preserves and state parks, while hiking in the company of enthusiastic, like-minded people. Binoculars recommended. The instructor will contact you with detailed directions to class just before it begins. Please call our department at (847) 543-2022 if you are not contacted about meeting place information. 4123 CREC 33-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 10-October 15 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $89 Ackerman Room TBA

NATURE HIKES & BIRDING Enjoy the scenic fall panorama as you hike through Northern Illinois prairie land and woods. Revel in the peace of nature while you observe birds and other wildlife. Untouched by creeping urbanization, these beautiful, tranquil areas are a soothing retreat from your frantic weekday pace. Exercise and renew your flagging energy. Bring binoculars if you have them. The instructor will contact you with directions on the location of the first class just before the course begins. Please call our department at (847) 543-2022 if you are not contacted about meeting place information. 4158 CREC 30-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 22-December 03 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $89 Ackerman Room TBA

Science Online Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022 Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY • HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II

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Personal Enrichment Sports and Fitness KARATE SKILLS Taught by a master instructor, the Shorei Goju Kempo karate class provides a practical self-defense system. Learn how to unite mind, body and spirit. Grayslake Campus 3414 CFIT 23-001 Meets Tuesdays, August 23-December 12 8 p.m.-9:50 p.m. $105 Philyaw Room 0706

AIKIDO SKILLS/BEGINNING A course in physical education with emphasis on the establishment of a strong foundation in the martial art of aikido. Mind and body coordination, safety principles and the elementary level of the nine basic aikido techniques will be taught. If college credit is desired, enroll in PED 121. 3417 CFIT 7-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, August 24-December 14 8 p.m.-9:50 p.m. $105 Tseng Room 0706

AIKIDO SKILLS/INTERMEDIATE Increase your skills in the martial art of aikido. Gain the mind and body discipline that will assist you in most aspects of your life. 3418 CFIT 8-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, August 22-December 12 8 p.m.-9:50 p.m. $105 Pieper Room 0706

AIKIDO/ADVANCED Build advanced skills in the martial art of aikido. Gain mind and body discipline that will assist you in most aspects of your life. 3419 CFIT 9-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Fridays, August 26-December 16 7 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $105 Tseng Room 0706

SELF-DEFENSE FOR WOMEN Discover the physical, mental and emotional aspects of self-defense. Find out how to scrutinize your surroundings, become aware of potentially dangerous circumstances and take measures to avoid the situation through techniques and streetwise applications of self-defense. The class will drill self-defense techniques to show how to deal with numerous confrontational situations. Students will work together to support each other to grow in positive and healthy ways. You will also learn the liabilities of self-defense. Loose-fitting clothing that covers the knees and elbows is recommended. 4164 CFIT 22-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Fridays, August 26-December 16 5 p.m.-6:50 p.m. $79 Codamon Room 0706 10

Programs for Adults FENCING SKILLS Try your skill at the Olympic sport of fencing. Learn beginning foil fencing techniques and more. This course is co-listed with Physical Education. If college credit is desired, enroll in PED 121-019. 4161 CFIT 10-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, August 22-December 12 8 p.m.-9:50 p.m. $105 Delgado Room GYM A

KICKBOXING FOR FITNESS Try kickboxing. It’s great for fun and fitness. The variety of easy-to-learn exercise routines has no complicated choreography to make you feel out of step. With the wide array of punches, kicks, calisthenics and stretching exercises, you’ll never get bored doing the same routines over and over. Exercise, release stress and tone your body while you shed that fat. For college credit, enroll in PED 121-024 (T) or PED 121-021 (TR). 3415 CFIT 6-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, August 23-December 13 7 a.m.-8:50 a.m. $105 Scherer Room 0706

POWER VOLLEYBALL/ADVANCED Attention power volleyball players. Advance your skills to the highest level. A great way to exercise and keep fit. 4109 CFIT 14-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, August 24-December 14 8 p.m.-9:50 p.m. $105 McCandless Room GYMB

BODY TONING — WOMEN Does your mirror continue to reflect unwanted bulges and sags, despite your weight loss or exercise program? This body pump course will help to sculpt your figure by covering all muscle groups and focusing on flab areas. Learn how to tone, stretch and strengthen muscles. Raise your metabolism rate, increase your energy and burn fat with a little cardio exercise. Wear loose-fitting clothing and gym shoes. If you need college credit, enroll in PED 121-015. 4111 CFIT 21-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays & Wednesdays, August 22-December 14 7 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $105 Paul Room 0706

3416 CFIT 6-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays & Thursdays, August 23-December 15 6 p.m.-6:50 p.m. $105 Scherer Room 0706

INTRODUCTION TO RUNNING This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of preparing for a 5K race. Classes will meet at various outdoor Lake County parks when weather permits. For college credit, enroll in PED 121-600. 4112 CFIT 25-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, August 27-October 15 8 a.m.-9:40 a.m. $85 Skarbalus Room 0706

POWER VOLLEYBALL/BEGINNING Learn the basic techniques of power volleyball and improve your game. Enjoy the teamwork and camaraderie. A great way to exercise and keep fit. 4118 CFIT 12-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, August 22-December 12 6 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $105 McCandless Room GYMB

POWER VOLLEYBALL/INTERMEDIATE Take your power volleyball skills to the next level. Gain expertise while you enjoy the teamwork and camaraderie. A great way to exercise and keep fit. 4119 CFIT 13-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, August 22-December 12 8 p.m.-9:50 p.m. $105 McCandless Room GYMB

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Programs for Adults SPINNING Burn calories as you exercise on a specially designed stationary bike, the Johnny G Spinner. This comprehensive indoor cycling training system is for people of all fitness levels. The spinning rides combine a foundation of basic cycling movements with motivational coaching techniques, breathing awareness and heart rate training. Participants burn an average of 500 calories in 40 minutes of nonimpact, individually paced cardiovascular exercise. If you want college credit, enroll in PED 121-020 (MW) or PED 121-014 (TR). 3421 CFIT 29-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays & Wednesdays, August 22-December 14 12 p.m.-12:50 p.m. $105 Scherer Room 0706 3420 CFIT 29-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays & Thursdays, August 23-December 15 5 p.m.-5:50 p.m. $105 Scherer Room 0706

AEROBIC DANCE Dance your way to fitness with aerobics. Your heart will be pumping to the dance beat. So much more fun than boring exercise. This course is co-listed with Physical Education. For college credit, enroll in PED 121-012. 4110 CFIT 16-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays & Wednesdays, August 22-December 14 6 p.m.-6:50 p.m. $105 Paul Room 0706

STEP AEROBICS Step your way to fitness. Learn basic step routines geared toward all levels of students. This course is colisted with Physical Education. For college credit, enroll in PED 121-028. 4121 CFIT 17-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays & Wednesdays, August 22-December 14 5 p.m.-5:50 p.m. $105 Skarbalus Room 0706

PILATES This mat-based class utilizes traditional calisthenics in a mind-body format. 4108 CFIT 1-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 1-December 10 10 a.m.-11 a.m. $79 Paul Room 0706

ZUMBA® This is a fast-paced, Latin-based aerobic class. For college credit, enroll in PED 121-026. 4113 CFIT 50-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays & Wednesdays, August 22-December 14 11 a.m.-11:50 a.m. $105 Staff Room 0706 WWW.CLCILLINOIS.EDU/NONCREDIT

Writing NEW, INEXPENSIVE WAYS TO PUBLISH YOUR WORK Ebooks are quickly becoming an important alternative to paper books and thousands are downloaded every day. They are an alternate reading choice and offer a new dimension to the written word, allowing a quick and simple way to distribute books. It is easier and more cost-effective for authors to publish their titles, which may not be accepted by a traditional publisher. This online market will see a huge growth in the next few years and provides a publishing option you need to consider. Or consider “publishing on demand,” which can get your book in print for less than $1,000. These publishers offer a variety of services, from book cover design to building a website and marketing your work. They provide guidance and support through the literary maze of publishing. 4115 CWRT 1-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturday, October 8 9 a.m.-3 p.m. $65 Lehman Room E124

WRITING A BOOK SERIES Series such as “Lord of the Rings” and “Twilight” demonstrate that an entertaining tale can be fashioned into a salable and successful string of stories. Plus it gains the interest of publishers on the lookout to sell books. Learn how to set up a plot that leads to a follow-up series. Add a valuable asset to your writing skills and learn to craft a story line that appeals to readers in book after book. Whether your focus is on traditional publishing companies, publishing “books on demand,” or publishing an ebook, this workshop can enhance your writing and increase chances of getting your work in print. 4116 CWRT 26-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturday, November 5 9 a.m.-3 p.m. $65 Courtright Room E124

WRITE AND PUBLISH YOUR BOOK, JOURNAL OR PROJECT Interested in graphic novels or inexpensive publishing resources or are you working on a book or other writing endeavors? Join writers on the second Tuesday of each month to improve knowledge and gain skills for your project. Class includes instruction on writing techniques and positive critiquing of manuscripts that students bring to class. Participants can range from unpublished novices to authors with works in progress. It’s a great opportunity to network, get creative guidance and learn about writing/publishing resources. Includes a special presenter who will speak about self-publishing. Class dates: 9/13, 10/11, 11/8 and 12/13. 4117 CWRT 28-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, September 13-December 13 7 p.m.-9 p.m. $69 Courtright Room E125

Writing Online Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022 Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • ADVANCED FICTION WRITING • BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO GETTING PUBLISHED • BEGINNING WRITER’S WORKSHOP • BREAKING INTO SITCOM WRITING • FORENSIC SCIENCE FOR WRITERS • GRAMMAR REFRESHER • INTRODUCTION TO INTERNET WRITING MARKETS • INTRODUCTION TO JOURNALING • MYSTERY WRITING • PUBLISH IT YOURSELF: HOW TO START AND OPERATE YOUR OWN PUBLISHING BUSINESS (US) • RESEARCH METHODS FOR WRITERS • ROMANCE WRITING SECRETS • THE CRAFT OF MAGAZINE WRITING • THE KEYS TO EFFECTIVE EDITING • THE PLEASURES OF POETRY • TRAVEL WRITING

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ed2go Courses

ed2go Course Information The Center for Personal Enrichment offers a variety of online courses for all ages, including: Art Computers Homeschooler Resources Language Photography Test Prep for Teens Youth Academic

Instructor-led online learning. Most courses start at just $99! Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for the complete course list and registration information. Questions? Call (847) 543-2022 or email CPEInfo@clcillinois.edu.

ed2go Course: “Write Fiction Like a Pro” This was a terrific introduction to writing. Steve's class demystified the writing process by breaking it down to the basic elements. "Learning by doing" really drove the concepts home, and I now "see" the story structure that lies beneath the books I read and the movies and TV shows I watch. I will definitely continue my education with the Advanced Fiction Writing course. — Timothy P., April 2011 CPE ed2go student

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Youth Programs Fast Paced Programs For Gifted Students Is your child gifted? If your young student scored in the 95th percentile or above he or she may qualify for the following programs which are challenging, exciting, thoughtprovoking and designed to engage bright students. Requirement: Math SAT score 500 or above; Verbal SAT score 450 or above; 95th percentile in comparable test instrument. For more information call (847) 543-2022 or email CPEInfo@clcillinois.edu. Visit www.clcillinois.edu/youth for current information. FAST-PACED MATH I (7TH GRADE) The goal of Fast-Paced Math is to enrich the student’s mathematical experience by teaching special algebra/geometry topics that might not be included in a traditional classroom. The students will have the opportunity to be taught by several different teachers throughout the year. FAST-PACED MATH II (8TH GRADE) The eighth-grade program will continue the special topics approach that was used in the seventh-grade program. FAST-PACED VERBAL I (7TH GRADE) This communication program is for gifted children in the seventh grade. The goal of Fast-Paced Verbal is to enhance the student’s enjoyment of language arts and to enrich his/her background in literature, composition and vocabulary. Emphasis is on integrated language arts activities, including group work, performance/presentations and activities designed to utilize student creativity. FAST-PACED VERBAL II (8TH GRADE) The eighth-grade program will continue the special subject material that was used in the seventh-grade program.

Academic Programs for Youth and Teens Math VISUAL MATH (GRADES 2-4) Is your child fearful of math? Fear comes from a lack of understanding, which can cause your child to shut down and stop learning. After this class, your child will have a new attitude toward math. Children who already love math will also expand their horizons with improved thinking and communication skills. Your child will learn visual techniques to figure out word problems, percentages, patterns, fractions, decimals and other math problems. Offered for adults under CPER 10-001 and CPER 10-002. 4142 CEXP 47-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 29-December 17 9 a.m.-10 a.m. $49 Rollo Room A158

VISUAL MATH (GRADES 5-8) Is your child fearful of math? Fear comes from a lack of understanding, which can cause your child to shut down and stop learning. After this class, your child will have a new attitude toward math. Children who already love math will also expand their horizons with improved thinking and communication skills. Your child will learn visual techniques to figure out word problems, percentages, patterns, fractions, decimals and other math problems. Offered for adults under CPER 10-001 and CPER 10-002. 4141 CEXP 47-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 29-December 17 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $49 Rollo Room A158

Reading ACCELERATE YOUR READING (GRADES 2-4) Designed for children struggling with reading, this class will introduce easy strategies to read faster, increase comprehension and build vocabulary. With improved reading habits, your child will ultimately enjoy reading and improve in school. 4135 CEXP 49-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 22 8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. $89 Leonard Room A145

ACCELERATE YOUR READING (GRADES 5-8) Designed for children struggling with reading, this class will introduce easy strategies to read faster, increase comprehension and build vocabulary. With improved reading habits, your child will ultimately enjoy reading and improve in school. 4136 CEXP 49-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 22 11 a.m.-1 p.m. $89 Leonard Room A145

Science ASTRONOMY: EXPLORING THE UNIVERSE (GRADES 7-8) Gain a greater appreciation of our world and its place in the universe through video, photography and more. Learn about the formation of the solar system: the sun, inner terrestrial worlds, the outer gas giant and ice giant planets, and asteroids. Travel through our galactic neighborhood and discover exoplanets, planets orbiting other stars, and consider whether other earth-like worlds might exist. Draw upon information and images from space telescopes to view nebulae and galaxies, and explore supernovas, dwarf stars and pulsars. Investigate the mysteries of dark matter and dark energy (black holes), which are at the forefront of cosmology today. 3399 CSCC 5-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 15-November 5 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. $70 Kovac Room A221

AWESOME DEEP SPACE (GRADES 5-12) Here’s your chance to peer through a telescope to study the fantastic expanse of the dark sky. See awesome celestial objects—the planets, moon, stars, nebula and more. Check out the major constellations, star motion and deep sky objects. Perhaps you will view a comet or an asteroid. You will also learn to set up, align and focus a telescope. No homework. 3406 CSCC 5-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, November 12-November 19 7:30 p.m.-10 p.m. $70 Daniel Room E124 14

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Academic & Online Programs for Youth and Teens INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY (GRADES 7-8) Get a head start on high school chemistry with this introduction to the basics. Learn about the factorlabel method as it applies to quantities (a number and a unit). Compare and contrast the properties of solids, liquids and gases. And find out about the workings of significant digits. This preparatory class lays the groundwork that will help you better understand high school chemistry. Tuition includes the $5 materials fee for the (safe) experiments and activities.

STORY MAKER: CREATIVE WRITING & LANGUAGE ARTS (GRADES 7-8) Through guidance and encouragement, young writers will learn to enhance their creativity. Using character sheets, background sketches and plot outlines, students will blend these fundamentals into an engaging story. Class includes instruction on sentence structure and grammar. Those who’ve already written a short story — in need of improvement — are encouraged to work on it in class. When each student’s story is completed, they will be combined into a booklet to highlight accomplishments. Additional keepsake booklets for friends and family are available for $5 each. Class limited to 10 participants.

Grayslake Campus 3398 CSCC 2-001 Meets Saturdays, October 15-November 5 9 a.m.-10:20 a.m. $70 DiPrima Room A111

4162 CEXP 27-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturday, October 15 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $70 Leonard Room A156

INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS (GRADES 7-8) Familiarize yourself with some of the basic concepts of physics, such as gravity and light. Learn the relationship of space and matter; the properties of mass, velocity and time; and the effects of energy. This preparatory class lays the groundwork to help you better understand high school physics. Tuition includes the $5 materials fee for the (safe) experiments and activities.

Online Classes for Youth

3404 CSCC 1-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 8 9 a.m.-10:20 a.m. $70 DiPrima Room A111

STEM—SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATH (GRADES 6-9) Get hands-on experience in science, technology and engineering as you perform experiments and demonstrations. You’ll participate in highly interactive projects on physics, chemistry, biology and engineering and apply related math. You’ll also build bridges and towers and compete with classmates. 4139 CEXP 68-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 29-November 19 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $89 Froelich Room E125

Test Preparation IMPROVE YOUR ACT SCORE (GRADES 6-12) Learn secrets to finish ACT tests quicker and score higher in this four-day class. You will learn how to avoid common mistakes and how to pick the best answer when taking the reading, English, math and science sections of the ACT. Each class will focus on one subject and experienced teachers will present lessons from the Barron’s ACT book. The class does not offer the actual ACT exam. However, it will prepare you for the Oct. 22 and Dec. 10 test dates in your area.

Youth Programs

Writing WRITE A STORY & PUBLISH YOUR WORK (GRADES 7-8) Perhaps you have composed a story and want to improve it. Or perhaps you have some exciting ideas that would make a great story once you put them on paper. Meet with other young writers once a month on Monday nights to improve writing skills. Your instructor will help you write and illustrate your work. You can draw your characters and write a story around them or you can write your tale and then illustrate it. Writers can be beginners or experienced. If you wish, you can practice what you learn during the weeks between classes. Your manuscript will be made into a booklet for you to keep. Extra booklets for friends and family are available for $5 each. Class dates: 9/19, 10/17, 11/21, 12/12.

COMPUTERS ONLINE – MICROSOFT OFFICE (AGES 13-17) Students aged 13-17: Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clcyouth for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022. Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS 7 • KEYBOARDING ONLINE • MICROSOFT ACCESS • MICROSOFT EXCEL • MICROSOFT OUTLOOK • MICROSOFT POWERPOINT • MICROSOFT PROJECT • MICROSOFT PUBLISHER

4160 CEXP 27-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, September 19-December 12 6:45 p.m.-8:45 p.m. $70 Courtright Room E124

4133 CEXP 50-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 24-October 15 9 a.m.-12 p.m. $169 Staff Room D130 WWW.CLCILLINOIS.EDU/NONCREDIT

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Youth Programs

Online Programs for Teens

COMPUTERS ONLINE – WEB SAVVY (AGES 13-17) Students aged 13-17: Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clcyouth for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022.

TEST PREPARATION ONLINE (AGES 13-17) Students aged 13-17: Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clcyouth for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022.

WRITING ONLINE (AGES 13-17) Students aged 13-17: Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clcyouth for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022.

Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each

Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each

• SAT/ACT PREPARATION—PART 1 • SAT/ACT PREPARATION—PART 2

• ADVANCED FICTION WRITING • BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO GETTING PUBLISHED • BEGINNING WRITER’S WORKSHOP • BREAKING INTO SITCOM WRITING • FORENSIC SCIENCE FOR WRITERS • GRAMMAR REFRESHER • INTRODUCTION TO INTERNET WRITING MARKETS • INTRODUCTION TO JOURNALING • MYSTERY WRITING • PUBLISH IT YOURSELF: HOW TO START AND OPERATE YOUR OWN PUBLISHING BUSINESS (US) • RESEARCH METHODS FOR WRITERS • THE CRAFT OF MAGAZINE WRITING • THE KEYS TO EFFECTIVE EDITING • THE PLEASURES OF POETRY • TRAVEL WRITING

Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • AMAZING 3-D WORLDS: INTRO. TO ALICE 2.0 • CREATING WEB GRAPHICS WITH PHOTOSHOP CS3 • CREATING WEB PAGES • DESIGNING EFFECTIVE WEBSITES • INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT EXPRESSION WEB • INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT FRONTPAGE • NAVIGATING THE INTERNET • THE AWESOME INTERNET • WEB 2.0: BLOGS, WIKIS, AND PODCASTS

MATH ONLINE (AGES 13-17) Students aged 13-17: Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clcyouth for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022. Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • EVERYDAY MATH • INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA

SCIENCE ONLINE (AGES 13-17) Students aged 13-17: Enjoy online convenience and learn your way at your time and your place. Visit www.ed2go.com/clcyouth for a complete list of online classes and REGISTER and PAY in one spot. No need to register through CLC. For REGISTRATION assistance call (847) 543-2022. Note: Fall ed2go online classes begin August 17, September 21, October 19, November 9 and December 14, 2011. $99 each • FORENSIC SCIENCE FOR WRITERS • HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY • HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II

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Center for Personal Enrichment Youth Program Registration Form - Fall 2011

Youth Registration

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I accept financial responsibility for class fees and I understand that fees are due upon registration. I agree to provide payment to the College of Lake County within 5 business days of registration. Payment can be made in person or by phone at the CLC Cashiers office; (847) 543-2085. For your protection, please do not include payment with this form.

Mail or fax the completed form. FAX to (847) 543-3022 MAIL to Center for Personal Enrichment Attn: Youth Program, College of Lake County 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake, IL 60030-1198. Fees are due upon registration. After the registration form has been processed, payment can be made in person or by phone at the CLC cashiers office; (847) 543-2085. For your protection, please do not include payment with this form.

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Discovery! A Program for Adult Learners with a Young Attitude Discovery! is a program designed for adults 50 years of age and older. Tours, lectures and short-term classes are offered weekdays and Saturday mornings. Enjoy exploring interesting topics in a relaxed atmosphere with other interested adults and knowledgeable instructors. Call the Discovery! Hotline at (847) 543-6507 for more information.

Tour Information Please note: An effort is made to conduct all tours as described. Substitutions may be necessary when situations arise that are beyond our control. Refunds for tours may be made up to 48 hours before the tour. After that no refund is possible.

Bus Information Some of the following tours will have two pickup locations: Grayslake Area Library and Southlake Campus. The departure time from the Grayslake Area Library will be one-half hour earlier than the time listed for the Southlake Campus. Registrants will be called prior to the tour date to learn their pickup location preference. Plan to arrive 15 minutes before the departure time for your location.

LYRIC OPERA TOUR - “TALES OF HOFFMAN” The New York Times calls this opera, “Bitterly comic and farcically tragic.” Hoffmann, the wild-eyed poet, travels the world in search of the ideal woman and is thwarted by villains at every turn. Smitten by doll-like Olympia and songbird Antonia and then seduced by the treacherous courtesan Giulietta, each romance is doomed to failure. Considered by some to be the grandest and most expressive of all 19th-century French operas, Offenbach achieves emotional depth and musical brilliance that only the finest opera composers ever equaled. Students may also take the accompanying lecture preceding the tour by enrolling in CDIS 3-001. Bus leaves Grayslake Area Library at 11:30 a.m.; bus leaves Southlake Campus at 12 p.m. 4054 CTRP 14-001 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesday, October 12 12 p.m.-7 p.m. $135 Kaiser Atrium

Trips and Tours EXPLORE CHICAGO’S CHINATOWN We’ll begin with the “My Chinatown” exhibit at the Chicago Historical Museum. Then it’s on to the south side for a walking tour of Chinatown attractions, including a Buddhist temple, church frequented by Al Capone, T’ai Chi demonstration and Dim Sum (lunch). Some walking is required. Bus leaves Grayslake Area Library at 8:30 a.m.; bus leaves Southlake Campus at 9 a.m. 4154 CTRP 5-001 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, September 27 9 a.m.-5 p.m. $105 Rovang Atrium

CHICAGO: THE GERMAN AND POLISH CITY Learn the histories of both the Polish and German communities that contributed craftsman, culture and workers to the growth and development of Chicago. We’ll visit the Polish Museum, Dank Haus (the German cultural center) and the magnificent Polish St. Hyacinth Church, which recently received a $1 million restoration. You’ll enjoy a buffet lunch of Polish specialties and then have an opportunity to shop in Lincoln Square, including stops at an ethnic emporium and apothecary with natural products. Please note there is one pickup location for this tour! 4178 CTRP 5-002 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesday, October 19 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $105 Holeb Atrium

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DIVAS OF DESIGN It’s another Girls Day Out, and just in time for the holidays! Visit a luxury consignment boutique to meet the designers and see their works, as well as select vintage wear, an innovative handbag store with a line that can be customized, and a furniture and accessories warehouse with antique carpets, linens, dishware and home décor. Return to an elegant time of custommade designer clothing in a studio located in the elegant Edgewater Beach Apartments on Lake Shore Drive. Lunch is included at a popular French Bistro in Old Town. Please note there is one pickup location for this tour! 4179 CTRP 5-003 Southlake Campus Meets Monday, November 28 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $105 Holeb Atrium

COURTHOUSE TOUR This unique tour will begin with a tour of the Lake County Jail, a “third generation” jail with an impressive management style and then witness the proceedings of a trial in session. The Honorable Judge Daniel Shanes will join us for lunch with a discussion about criminal law with a follow-up by Melvin Merzon, a retired attorney. This is a fascinating tour and an opportunity to see “behind the scenes.” 4073 CTRP 7-001 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, November 8 8:15 a.m.-2:45 p.m. $75 Rovang Atrium

MONET IN CHICAGO TOUR We’ll discover the works and influences of Claude Monet in Chicago’s art and parks by viewing his paintings at the Art Institute of Chicago and Union League Club. After lunch at the Cliff Dweller’s Club, we’ll conclude by visiting the Monet Garden at the Garfield Conservatory. If you heard Barbara Rinella’s book review of “Claude & Camille: A Novel of Monet,” this is your chance to see and appreciate his talent and inspiration. (See Art Appreciation, CDIS 47-001, for Barbara Rinella’s presentation on this book.) Bus leaves Grayslake Area Library at 8:30 a.m.; bus leaves Southlake Campus at 9 a.m. 4155 CTRP 13-001 Southlake Campus Meets Friday, November 4 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $105 Rubin Atrium

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Programs for Adult Learners with a Young Attitude

Discovery!

Music Appreciation THE JOY OF MUSIC – LAUREL’S LIST Our master music appreciation expert, Laurel Kaiser, has chosen 100 classical compositions you must hear in your lifetime. We are now approaching the middle of the alphabet in our journey! In this two-part series we will explore the music of Liszt, Mahler and Mendelssohn, as well as lesser-known composers Honneger and Ives. All classical music lovers will enjoy this series. Sign up for one three-week session or both! (Each section is three sessions.) 4045 CDIS 1-001 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, October 7-October 21 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $49 Kaiser Room R024 4046 CDIS 1-002 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, October 28-November 18 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $49 Kaiser Room R024

OPERA LECTURE – “TALES OF HOFFMANN” Offenbach’s opera takes the real life German poet, E.T.A. Hoffmann, and makes him a character in some of his own fanciful stories of three failed loves. Smitten by doll-like Olympia and songbird Antonia and then seduced by the treacherous courtesan Giulietta, each romance is doomed to failure. The result is beautiful music (including the famous Barcarolle) and flamboyant theater. Kaiser will bring the music of the opera to light with listening examples and musical analysis to help you appreciate the opera. For information about a tour to “Tales of Hoffman,” see Trips and Tours. 4047 CDIS 3-001 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesday, October 12 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $16 Kaiser Room R024

Coming for the day? If you are planning to attend both a morning and afternoon class at the Southlake Campus, you are welcome to eat on site. Bring your lunch and eat in the lovely student lounge or purchase a Quizno’s sandwich or salad at the Southlake Bookstore.

Four-Part Series at Sedgebrook

Music and Social Change: Nationalism and Russia The emergence of nationalism in the second half of the 19th century resulted in territorial political redefinitions and had an impact on the arts and politics. This four-part series will study the nationalism that emerged in Russia from 1850 to 1918. Nationalism challenged the absolute power of the Czars and provoked the development of a new music that influenced artistic development in the West. PART 1: THE IMPACT OF NATIONALISM IN RUSSIA Russia was ruled by an absolute monarchy in 1850. Reforms instituted by assassinated Czar Alexander I, including the liberation of the serfs in 1860, were followed by repression under Alexander II and Nicholas II, who ascended the throne around 1894.

PART 3: OTHER ELEMENTS—HEMOPHILIA, TOLSTOY, MAX FACTOR AND FABERGE How did the rise of nationalism cause changes in political leadership and leaders? The role played in this period of change by problems and preferences within the Russian royal family is an interesting aspect of this historical background.

4199 CDIS 2-001 Sedgebrook Retirement Center Meets Wednesday, October 26 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Berman Music Room

4201 CDIS 2-003 Sedgebrook Retirement Center Meets Wednesday, November 9 9:30 a.m.-11 a.m. $16 Berman Music Room

PART 2: THE RISE OF NATIONALISM IN RUSSIAN MUSIC When we look at the history of Russia and Russian music, we see two factors prior to 1850: 1) native folk music and 2) imported culture from Western Europe. Here we will look at the composers who made native Russian music important: Glinka, Balakirev, RimskyKorsakov and Mussorgsky.

PART 4: COMPOSERS IN A CHANGING WORLD – PROKOFIEV, RACHMANINOV AND STRAVINSKY We will look at how the works of these influential composers are intertwined with the forces that precede and emerge from the Russian Revolution.

4202 CDIS 2-002 Sedgebrook Retirement Center Meets Wednesday, November 2 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Berman Music Room WWW.CLCILLINOIS.EDU/NONCREDIT

4200 CDIS 2-004 Sedgebrook Retirement Center Meets Wednesday, November 16 9:30 a.m.-11 a.m. $16 Berman Music Room

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Personal Enrichment Discovery!

Programs for Adult Learners with a Young Attitude

Literature THE LATER POEMS OF W.B. YEATS W.B.Yeats’ poetry changed over his lifetime as he moved from romantic works inspired by Irish myth at the turn of the 20th century to politically and spiritually inspired lyrics. Toward the end of his life, he wrote perhaps his greatest poems about art and age. Together we will read and explore the wealth of insight and beauty of language in Yeats’ later poems. Poems will be available by handout, including the Byzantium poems, “Circus Animals Desertion” and “Under Ben Bulben.”

Classic Film NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS Let’s take a journey into Native American culture with Louise Erdrich, Leslie Silko and other women writers as our guides. Their poems and short stories, distributed and discussed in class, will be snapshots of our trip (2 sessions). 4072 CDIS 97-002 Southlake Campus Meets Mondays, October 31-November 7 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $12 Lynne Curtis Room R024

4053 CDIS 97-001 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesday, October 26 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $12 Glennon Room R024

4024 CDIS 5-001 Southlake Campus Meets Mondays, October 10-October 24 1 p.m.-3:30 p.m. $49 Kupetz Room R024

Four-Part Literature Series Mysteries Then and Now DAME AGATHA CHRISTIE Delve into the mind and work of the most prolific mystery writer of all time. Dame Agatha Christie has outsold all but the Bible and Shakespeare. Her output includes 80 novels and short-story collections and more than a dozen plays. (“The Mousetrap” is still performed in London today.) Excerpts from the film “Agatha,” with Vanessa Redgrave and Dustin Hoffman, will be presented. Her life held a mystery too and it’s never been solved. A lively discussion will cover “Murder on the Orient Express,” so read it if you can prior to class. 4061 CDIS 46-001 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, November 15 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $16 Stephens Room R024

SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Everyone has heard of famous sleuth Sherlock Homes, but there are a few things you may not know about his creator. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle brings a bit of himself to each Sherlock saga. Some of his earliest short stories, which we will explore in depth, reflect his life in Scotland, his fascination with the paranormal and his education, geared toward a medical career. Always providing a clever conundrum, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle does not disappoint with “The Red-Headed League.” Please read prior to classroom session. 4062 CDIS 46-002 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, November 22 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $16 Stephens Room R024

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HARD-BOILED DETECTIVES: UNEXPECTED SURPRISES This course will look at three films that use the genre loosely to explore their serious themes. The first film presents a detective character who isn’t even the protagonist. In the film, Jane Fonda works on her first Oscar while dodging a killer with a tape recorder. Then Gene Hackman confirms that tape recorders are more trouble than they’re worth as he’s inspired to remodel his apartment after fixing the hotel plumbing. And don’t count on Ben Affleck to cheer the class up at the end (3 sessions).

SYDNEY SHELDON Discover the techniques used by this master storyteller that are guaranteed to keep you in suspense. Sydney Sheldon, a California native, has created 23 films and four TV series, including “I Dream of Jeannie.” He also won a Tony for his Broadway play “Redhead” and an Oscar for “The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer.” But he is best known for his tantalizing mysteries, of which “The Doomsday Conspiracy” is a spell-binding example. A dash of sci-fi (within the realm of possibility) will add to your reading pleasure. For the best possible discussion, please read this mystery prior to classroom session. 4063 CDIS 46-003 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, November 29 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $16 Stephens Room R024

KEVIN GUILFOILE What do human cloning, a murder mystery and avatars have in common? Find out when you read “Cast of Shadows,” by Chicago author Kevin Guilfoile, who received a best book award for the mystery. The book takes place in the windy city and suburbs. Once you start this mystery/thriller, you won’t be able to put it down. Characters, the setting and a superb plot will be examined and analyzed. For the best possible discussion, please read “Cast of Shadows” prior to the classroom session. 4064 CDIS 46-004 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, December 6 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $16 Stephens Room R024

JAILHOUSE IN THE MOVIE HOUSE Stone walls do not a prison make, not in Hollywood. You need a camera and a major star to do it right. This series will show three cinematic looks at convicts and their jailhouses, as well as their occasional efforts to become productive members of society. Students will discuss Dustin Hoffman’s effort to go straight and Paul Muni’s effort to get a break before concluding that justice never gets served in the cinema (3 sessions). 4025 CDIS 5-002 Southlake Campus Meets Mondays, November 7-November 21 1 p.m.-3:30 p.m. $49 Kupetz Room R024

“THE AFRICAN QUEEN” Equal parts adventure film, love story and documentary travelogue, John Huston’s classic “The African Queen” (1951) is also legendary for finally winning Humphrey Bogart a much-deserved Oscar as best actor. Largely shot on location in Africa using the glorious three-strip Technicolor process, the film is also known for its off-screen dramas: Huston famously obsessed with elephant hunting between takes, Katharine Hepburn violently ill, and Bogart’s part hurriedly re-written when he balked at a cockney accent. Come out for a screening and discussion about the film’s many intersections between the movies and real life adventures! 4048 CDIS 10-001 Libertyville Civic Center Meets Friday, October 28 9 a.m.-12 p.m. $20 Cooling Room TBA

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Discovery! LUNCH WITH THE MONETS AN AFTERNOON WITH BARBARA RINELLA Award-winning lecturer and entertainer Barbara Rinella will bring to life “Claude & Camille: A Novel of Monet,” by Stephanie Cowell. Through the eyes of Camille, his first wife and the inspiration for many of his paintings, Rinella’s dramatized presentation tells of the dreams, desires and passions of a young Claude Monet. Come see how this love story ends. You may never view an impressionist painting the same way again. Lunch at The Country Squire Restaurant in Grayslake is included. 4032 CDIS 47-001 Country Squire Restaurant Meets Wednesday, October 26 12 p.m.-2 p.m. $35 Rinella Dining Room

Four-Part American Photographer Series at Lake Forest/Lake Bluff Senior Center What makes a photographic masterpiece? It might be a perfectly balanced still life, bathed in natural light. It might be a stirring portrait, a captured moment of history or a sublime landscape. Great photographs can intrigue, astound, mystify and move us. Join Cindy Lewis as she explores four American artists of photography in this series, held at the Lake Forest Senior Center. ALFRED STIEGLITZ (1864-1946) American photographer Alfred Stieglitz was instrumental in making photography an acceptable art form during his 50-year career. Dubbed the “patron saint of straight photography,” he had a reputation for overcoming technical problems (photographs in snow and rain and at night). He was also known for his marriage to Georgia O’Keeffe.

ANSEL ADAMS (1902-1984) American landscape photographer Ansel Adams is perhaps the most widely known American photographer. His most important work was devoted to the country’s remaining fragments of untouched wilderness, especially in national parks and other protected areas of the American West. He was also a vigorous, outspoken leader of the conservation movement.

4146 CDIS 91-002 Lake Forest Senior Center Meets Wedensday, October 19 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $12 Lewis Room TBA

4148 CDIS 91-004 Lake Forest Senior Center Meets Wednesday, November 2 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $12 Lewis Room TBA

DOROTHEA LANGE (1895-1965) An American documentary photographer, Dorothea Lange was best known for her Depression-era photographs that helped humanize the tragedy of the Great Depression. Her insightful, compassionate photographs of disadvantaged Native Americans and interned Japanese-Americans during World War II have exerted a profound influence on the development of modern documentary photography.

MARGARET BOURKE-WHITE (1904-1971) Margaret Bourke-White was an American photojournalist who was the first woman photojournalist for Life magazine, the first female war correspondent and the first woman to work in combat zones in World War I. Many of her photo essays are classics, such as the Louisville flood and its victims, the liberation of the Nazi death camps and the poverty of India and Pakistan.

4147 CDIS 91-003 Lake Forest Senior Center Meets Wednesday, October 26 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $12 Lewis Room TBA

4149 CDIS 91-005 Libertyville Civic Center Meets Wednesday, November 9 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $12 Lewis Room TBA

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MONET IN CHICAGO Chicago reflects Monet’s influence. We see it in the parks, the Monet pools from 1900, the Art Institute and at the Union League Club. Linda Rubin will reveal Monet-magic in Chicago and France in this colorful slide presentation. (1 session) 4033 CDIS 91-001 Southlake Campus Meets Thursday, October 27 1 p.m.-2:30 p.m. $16 Rubin Room R024

Complete this Monet series with the Monet in Chicago tour on Friday, November 4. Details can be found on page 18.

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Current Events and Timely Topics UPRISING IN THE NAME OF DEMOCRACY: THE 2011 EGYPTIAN REVOLUTION The January 25th, 2011, uprising in Egypt began with demonstrations demanding an end to corruption and the resignation of President Mubarak and then became a people’s revolution for pro-democracy and constitutional reforms. What are the latest developments and ramifications of the upheaval on U.S.Egyptian relations, as well as the entire region? Join Jaleh Sherbini, CLC political science instructor, for this timely discussion. 4145 CDIS 13-005 Southlake Campus Meets Thursday, October 6 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $16 Sherbini Room R024

UNDERSTANDING HAITI Poverty, natural disaster, endemic disease, political upheaval and voodoo describe Haiti. The country’s media tagline is consistently, “The poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.” Haiti has no doubt faced, and continues to face, great challenges. But how did it get to where it is today? And what more is there to this small, Caribbean island nation? This presentation will provide a survey of Haitian history and culture, starting in pre-Columbian times and moving all the way to the present day. Select Haitian artifacts will be available for viewing and time will be reserved for question and response. 4165 CDIS 13-006 Southlake Campus Meets Thursday, October 20 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Badger Room R024

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Modern Israel “CATCH UP” – ISRAEL BEHIND THE HEADLINES FOR THE PAST HALF YEAR Moshe Pomerantz will bring you up to date on the major stories that did and did not make the headlines (but should have) about what is happening in Israel, including the turmoil among neighbors (Egypt and Syria), natural gas, politics and elections. We will also cover developments regarding science, medicine, high tech, culture and social progress from Israel TV news. No session would be complete without some movie clips and at least one Israeli hit TV sitcom. 4027 CDIS 13-001 Southlake Campus Meets Thursday, September 8 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Pomerantz Room R024

JERUSALEM PROFILE (PART 3) – A SIDE OF THE CITY THAT MOST PEOPLE DON’T KNOW Join or continue with Moshe Pomerantz in the exploration of the Jerusalem of the young, single orthodox crowd via the hit TV series “Srugim” (knitted caps), as they tackle the small but significant issues of their lives, as well as the overwhelming issues that face Israel as a whole. Four more episodes (8-11) from the award-winning first season will be screened and discussed. Be prepared to laugh and cry and to see a Jerusalem far from the tourist’s camera lens. Part 3 of a series that began in the spring. 4028 CDIS 13-002 Southlake Campus Meets Thursday, September 15 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Pomerantz Room R024

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JERUSALEM PROFILE (PART 4) – A SIDE OF THE CITY THAT MOST PEOPLE DON’T KNOW Moshe Pomerantz continues and finishes the exploration of the Jerusalem of the young, single orthodox crowd via the hit TV series “Srugim” (knitted caps), as they tackle the issues of belief in God, settlements and settlers, as well as the small but significant issues of their personal lives. The final episodes (12-15) from the award-winning first season will be screened and discussed. Part 4 of a series that began in the spring. 4029 CDIS 13-003 Southlake Campus Meets Thursday, September 22 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Pomerantz Room R024

THE CHUCKLE TOUR OF ISRAEL – TOUGH OUTSIDE, HILARIOUS INSIDE Israel has a home-grown humor and comedy scene that rivals most other countries. Life is not easy and, because of it or despite the fact, Israelis manage to get through it all with a lot of laughter. Moshe Pomerantz will take you on an chuckle tour of Israel, covering cinema (Haim Topol), television (“Shemesh,” “Taverna” and others), stage/cabaret (HaGashash HaChiver), fierce satire (“Wonderful Country”) and radio (Didi Harari in the afternoon). Never heard of these jokesters? It’s time to meet them and experience an Israel you haven’t yet encountered – learning to laugh through it all. 4030 CDIS 13-004 Southlake Campus Meets Thursday, October 6 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Pomerantz Room R024

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World History and Related Topics WORLD WAR I TOPICS PUTTING “THE FALL OF GIANTS INTO HISTORICAL FRAMEWORK Ken Follett’s recent best seller “The Fall of Giants” follows five fictional families through World War I, the Russian Revolution and the fight for women’s suffrage. Liz Pirman’s three-part class will survey the historical realities of the early 20th century that still affect us in the 21st century. Reading or listening to the novel in advance is suggested, but not required. (3 sessions) 4026 CDIS 12-001 Southlake Campus Meets Mondays, October 10-October 24 9:30 a.m.-11 a.m. $16 Pirman Room R024

BRITISH WORLD WAR I MIDEAST INTEL SOURCES: LAWRENCE AND AARONSOHN The intersecting military intelligence operations of T.E. Lawrence in the Arabian Peninsula and Aaron and Sarah Aaronsohn of the NILI intel group in pre-state Israel are not well-known. Their work was controlled by the same British command center in Cairo and profoundly influenced political developments in the Middle East. Political analyst Michael Zimmerman will discuss these two dramatic overlapping sagas that had little-appreciated implications. 4055 CDIS 12-008 Southlake Campus Meets Thursday, November 10 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $16 Zimmerman Room R024

WORLD WAR II TOPICS WORLD WAR II PROPAGANDA — CARTOONS The development of the animated cartoon in the 1930s was a unique American achievement. As the war loomed in Europe, cartoons became a tool for an expanded propaganda media directed at the American and international audiences. 4076 CDIS 12-002 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesday, October 5 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Soybel Room R024

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Four-Part World War II Series by Gary Midkiff Though the story of any war must include the study of major battles, we will spend much more time looking at the soul and spirit of our country and the people who led it. There is no shortage of heroes. Some are obvious, like the Sullivan brothers, Franklin Roosevelt, Butch O’Hara, Dwight Eisenhower, Ted Williams and Audie Murphy. But we will also look at Rosie the Riveter, Boy Scouts who collected scarce materials, secret agents who broke the Enigma machine, sons of imprisoned Japanese-Americans who fought for their country and the new president faced with a frightening decision. PART I: PRELUDE AND INFAMY World War II began many years before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Despite all of our public statements of neutrality, by the mid-1930s we recognized that Germany and Japan each had visions of conquest. We quietly prepared for war as we watched the Battle of Britain with increasing frustration. And then, we stepped forward with national resolve as a result of December 7, 1941.

PART 3: THE LONGEST DAYS In both the Pacific and European theaters, American bravery, ingenuity and manufacturing began to reverse the military situation. We found some success in Italy and the Pacific, but at a high price, as thousands of young Americans died in places they had never heard of. We prepared to recapture Europe and began that effort with D-Day, the single most important day of the war.

4077 CDIS 12-003 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, November 15 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Midkiff Room R024

4079 CDIS 12-005 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, November 29 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Midkiff Room R024

PART 2: DEFEAT AND RETREAT We were not used to enemy militaries succeeding. Our country had never before undergone such a complete transformation from a peacetime to a war time economy. When we read of the Bataan Death March, we could barely believe it. Germany and Japan seemed to be advancing on all fronts and rumors were everywhere of attacks on our coasts. As the situation appeared darker, our population became more united.

PART 4: THE INEVITABLE TRIUMPH American soldiers raced across France and into Germany and drove relentlessly toward the Japanese mainland. The “Big Three” (three allies who needed each other, but did not trust each other) met and began discussing how the war should be brought to conclusion. Germany was overrun and divided and then our new president authorized a weapon of mass destruction to end the war against Japan.

4078 CDIS 12-004 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, November 22 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Midkiff Room R024

4080 CDIS 12-006 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, December 6 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Midkiff Room R024

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WORLD WAR II TOPICS CONTINUED

THE FIRST MOTION PICTURE UNIT: MORE THAN MET THE EYE The First Motion Picture Unit of the United States Army produced almost 400 films during World War II to help with morale and training. Talents such as Frank Capra (director, “It’s a Wonderful Life”), actors Clark Gable, Ronald Reagan, George Reeves (Superman) and DeForest Kelley (Star Trek’s Dr. Leonard McCoy) were among those who served at what was known as “Roach Studios,” named for filmmaker Hal Roach. We’ll discuss some of the wartime contributions of this unit, including the secret role it played in producing three-dimensional topographical maps for missions in Japan, as well as other Hollywood war efforts, including Irving Berlin’s “This Is the Army” and the connection between the United States Office of War Information and Casablanca.

OPERATION FREEDOM – THE BERLIN AIRLIFT The Berlin airlift of 1948 was perhaps one of the greatest adventures in American military history. When Soviet troops closed all land, sea and rail access routes to West Berlin, thus threatening the lives of 2.5 million people and provoking the first major international crisis of the Cold War, American General Lucius D. Clay proceeded to build a bold and fantastic bridge across the sky, involving 700 planes and more than 275,000 flights over a period of 14 months. Join German historian Anette Isaacs for a fascinating discussion of this exciting time in her country’s postwar history. 4089 CDIS 12-007 Southlake Campus Meets Thursday, December 1 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $16 Isaacs Room R024

4050 CDIS 83-001 Southlake Campus Meets Thursday, October 13 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Tenuto Room R024

CONNECTIONS: STAR TREK AND WORLD WAR II This fun and trivia-filled class will discuss the behind-the-scenes and episodic connections between World War II and one of the most popular television and film franchises of all time, Star Trek. Learn about how the real experiences of World War II U.S. and Canadian military veterans DeForest Kelley (Dr. McCoy), James Doohan (Scotty), Gene Roddenberry (the creator of Star Trek), and Matt Jefferies (the designer of the Enterprise) shaped the venerable 1960s Star Trek program’s look and characters. We’ll discuss the service of these gentlemen, especially James Doohan, whose first combat mission was at Normandy on D-Day, and various episodes of Star Trek that have dealt with World War II, including what TV Guide called one of the best episodes in all of television history, “The City on the Edge of Forever.” 4051 CDIS 83-002 Southlake Campus Meets Thursday, November 17 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Tenuto Room R024

CULINARIA GERMANIA—THE DELICIOUS DISH ON GERMAN FOOD When thinking about Germany, food, bratwurst, sauerkraut, beer and all kinds of bread come to mind, but there is so much more to German cuisine, especially when one takes the regional differences into consideration. Join German historian Isaacs as she takes you on a fascinating, fun and delicious journey through the culinary wonders of her native country, highlighted by an authentic Kaffeeklatsch with typical German desserts, such as the mysterious, yet delectable Bienenstich.

STRATEGIES FOR WAR AND PEACE: “WHAT IF?” – HISTORY IN STRATEGIC AFFAIRS What if Japan hadn’t attacked Pearl Harbor? What if the South had won the Battle of Gettysburg? Michael Zimmerman, a former U.S. Army officer and political analyst, will focus on these kinds of speculations using case studies from American military history in this three-week study, with a particular look at the Korean wars and modern Israel’s story. (3 sessions)

4031 CDIS 34-001 Southlake Campus Meets Monday, October 3 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $20 Isaacs Room R024

4052 CDIS 84-001 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesdays, October 11-October 25 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $59 Zimmerman Room R022

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Three-Part Ancient Civilization Series Astronomy and Ancient Civilizations: Exploring Culture and Cosmos in the Americas For millennia, cultures around the world have had important relationships with the sun, moon and stars observed with the unaided eye. The field of “cultural astronomy” investigates these relationships through astronomical, archaeological, ethnographic and documentary records. This new three-part series samples some of the rich cultural astronomy of the Americas evident in architectural alignments, time-keeping systems, decorative art, world views and religion. Each class begins with a brief orientation to astronomy and anthropology. PART 1: AMERICA NORTH OF MEXICO: CULTURES OF THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, PLAINS AND DESERT SOUTHWEST Topics include the early urban center of Cahokia; the Majorville, Moose Mountain and Big Horn medicine wheels; and the Pueblo ruins of Chaco Canyon. 4065 CDIS 56-001 Southlake Campus Meets Thursday, October 20 10 a.m.-12 p.m. $16 Minnerly Room R024

PART 2: MESOAMERICA: MAYA CIVILIZATION AND THE PEOPLE OF TEOTIHUACAN Topics include the Maya Long Count calendar, Maya hieroglyphs. the political center of Chichén Itzá and features of pre-Columbian Teotihuacan. 4066 CDIS 56-002 Southlake Campus Meets Thursday, October 27 10 a.m.-12 p.m. $16 Minnerly Room R024

PART 3: ANDEAN CIVILIZATION: CHANKILLO AND THE INCAN AND NAZCAN CULTURES Topics include the Chankillo monument complex, Machu Picchu, the Nazca geoglyphs (also known as the Nazca Lines) and a series wrap-up. 4067 CDIS 56-003 Southlake Campus Meets Thursday, November 3 10 a.m.-12 p.m. $16 Minnerly Room R024

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Also see World History section for WWII and related topics.

Four-Part American History Series by Joyce Haworth America’s Thirteen Colonies: Foundation for a Nation Four generations of English settlers lived and died in the New World before the American Revolution. This class tells the stories of the men and women, black, white and native: stories of utopian dreamers and adventurers, of people of faith seeking to worship in peace, of down-and-outers sailing to the wilderness as a last resort and of hard-headed businessmen who recognized this land’s great potential. Our founding story, told as it actually happened, is a wonderful tale. PART 1: NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA, NEW HAMPSHIRE We begin with the story of the lost colony of Roanoke Island, followed by the tale of Jamestown, Virginia, the first successful English colony, with its cast of colorful characters: John Smith, the swashbuckling leader; his wily opponent, Indian Chief Powhatan; and Pocahontas, whose true story is more touching than anything Disney can dream up. 4153 CDIS 95-005 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesday, November 2 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $16 Haworth Room R024

PART 2: MASSACHUSETTS, CONNECTICUT, RHODE ISLAND This week we will talk about Puritans, who were full of surprises: religious reformers and Bible scholars, but also hard-drinking and surprisingly democratic. After establishing a small colony at Plymouth, thousands poured over in the 1630s and founded Massachusetts Bay, New Haven, Connecticut and radical Rhode Island. We’ll meet stalwart leader John Winthrop, rebel Anne Hutchinson, visionary Roger Williams and poet Anne Bradstreet. 4152 CDIS 95-006 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesday, November 9 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $16 Haworth Room R024

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PART 3: NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA The New York colony was miniature America from the very beginning: religiously tolerant, prosperous and multi-ethnic. New Amsterdam has a colorful history as a frontier town, populated by the elegant and radical Lady Deborah Moody, pirate Anthony “the Turk” van Salee and Peter Stuyvesant, the rugged one-legged governor. Pennsylvania was the fulfillment of William Penn’s dream of a Quaker homeland and a place of toleration. The colony was founded on the principles of equality, integrity and nonviolence – even if the Indians attacked first. 4151 CDIS 95-007 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesday, November 16 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $16 Haworth Room R024

PART 4: MARYLAND, DELAWARE, NEW JERSEY, SOUTH CAROLINA & GEORGIA Had history been different, this list might have included New Sweden, Swan Valley or Santa Elena, as we will tell the stories of these “lost” colonies. This week we meet strong characters like Lord Baltimore, who tried to found a Catholic homeland; Margaret Brent, the woman who demanded political power; a set of despairing settlers who tried to sail back to Europe in a homemade boat; and James Oglethorpe and his silkworm utopia.

Discovery! IN PURSUIT OF JUSTICE: THE LINDBERGH TRIAL During the 1932 height of the Great Depression, the infant son of Charles and Ann Lindbergh was kidnapped from his second-floor nursery in the darkness of the night while his parents relaxed in their firstfloor lounge. The overwhelming public interest in the search for the killer raised doubts in the minds of many as to whether Bruno Richard Hauptmann, the man convicted of the crime and sentenced to death, was in fact the guilty party acting alone. Join attorney Melvin S. Merzon as he explores with you the “Crime of the Century.” 4060 CDIS 29-004 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, November 1 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $18 Merzon Room R024

The study of criminal law contiues with the Courthouse tour on November 8. Details can be found on page 18.

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Three-Part American Law Series Law for the Layman - Introduction to American Civil Law

Four-Part American Civil War Series by Gary Midkiff The following four sections complete an eight-part series commemorating the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War in April 1861. Attendance at the previously held spring lectures is not a requirement for attending the fall series. PART 1: WITH GOD ON OUR SIDE - RELIGION AND THE CIVIL WAR The Union and the Confederacy both claimed their actions were consistent with God’s plan. But as Lincoln pointed out in his second inaugural, both could not be correct. Explore the religious landscape in our country from 1800 to 1860 and how the churches on both sides of the Mason-Dixon Line fought to justify their culture.

PART 3: ABOLITIONISM AND RECONSTRUCTION Abolitionism started in New England and became the catalyst for the Civil War. When the war ended, the victorious Union sought to punish the former confederate states during a period called Reconstruction. To better understand the Civil War, we need to look at these two periods and expand our vision to include 1830 and 1880.

4068 CDIS 95-001 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, October 4 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Midkiff Room R024

4070 CDIS 95-003 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, October 18 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Midkiff Room R024

PART 2: LINCOLN AND DAVIS - A STUDY IN LEADERSHIP Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis are recognized symbols of the two sections of our country that fought the Civil War. Although they were each elected president, they could not have been more different. And those differences had a significant effect on how they tried to govern and provide leadership and how they faced problems.

PART 4: THE LIFE OF JOHNNY REB AND BILLY YANK We know the generals and politicians, but the challenges and motivations of the very young men who actually fought deserve more attention. Much of this class will refer to actual letters and diaries from soldiers on both sides of the war.

4069 CDIS 95-002 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, October 11 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Midkiff Room R024

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4071 CDIS 95-004 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesday, October 25 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $16 Midkiff Room R024

To help us understand the American legal system, we will discuss the sources of the laws that govern our society, briefly review the structure of the American state and federal courts that interpret and apply these laws and focus in detail on the three major categories of civil law: tort, contract and property law. (This series is not a doit-yourself class or an opportunity to discuss or respond to legal questions of a strictly personal nature.) Discussions will be led by Melvin S. Merzon, former inhouse counsel for a major American manufacturer. His law practice of three decades focused primarily on tort and contract law.

PART 1: OVERVIEW OF THE AMERICAN LEGAL SYSTEM, ORGANIZATION OF ITS COURTS, INTRODUCTION TO TORT LAW AND THE BREACH OF LAW-IMPOSED DUTIES 4056 CDIS 29-001 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesday, November 2 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $18 Merzon Room R024

PART 2: COMPLETION OF DISCUSSION OF TORT LAW AND DISCUSSION OF CONTRACT LAW 4058 CDIS 29-002 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesday, November 9 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $18 Merzon Room R024

PART 3: DISCUSSION OF PROPERTY LAW AND SUMMATION AND CONCLUSION OF CIVIL LAW 4059 CDIS 29-003 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesday, November 16 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $18 Merzon Room R024

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Discovery! Photography and Digital Editing ABSOLUTELY BEGINNING DIGITAL CAMERA Have you acquired a digital camera and found it confusing to use? Have you taken pictures, but been unable to do anything with them? Then this class is designed for you! We will first explore some of the feaures on your digital camera, which you will bring to class. Second, we’ll learn how to take the pictures off the camera and save them to folders. Next, we’ll learn how to fix the pictures by brightening and cropping them. And then, we’ll insert them into a document and explore some websites where you can share your pictures by email. This class should be fun, interesting and easy (5 sessions).

Six-Part Evening Lecture Series by Berry Bradford at Patty Turner Center Join Barry Bradford, award-winning storyteller, historian, public speaker and National Teacher of the Year as he uses his unique style to share history as entertainment.

STEVE ALLEN: THE FIRST TONIGHT Steve Allen was a world-class comic; author of more than 50 books; composer of thousands of songs; actor; activist; philosopher; and the genius behind late-night talk shows. His unique style and unmatched versatility will come alive in a fascinating presentation laced with rare and hilarious film clips. 4175 CDIS 73-006 Patty Turner Senior Center Meets Monday, November 21 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. $12 Bradford Room TBA

SAM SHEPPARD Was the real life inspiration for “The Fugitive” a murderer or a victim? The case that riveted the nation and changed the law will unfold in a spellbinding and stimulating presentation that will introduce you to one of America’s greatest mysteries. 4176 CDIS 73-007 Patty Turner Senior Center Meets Monday, December 5 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. $12 Bradford Room TBA

THE STORIES BEHIND THE PRESIDENTS – A FOUR-PART SERIES In order to understand the unique and complex men who have served as president, we first have to understand the intriguing and unexpected life events that shaped them. Drawing on his distinctive background in history, psychology and storytelling, Barry will captivate you with little-known and surprising stories about the men who would one day lead the nation. PART 1: HARRY S. TRUMAN 4171 CDIS 73-002 Patty Turner Senior Center Meets Monday, September 26 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. $12 Bradford Room TBA PART 2: DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER 4172 CDIS 73-003 Patty Turner Senior Center Meets Monday, October 10 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. $12 Bradford Room TBA PART 3: JOHN F. KENNEDY 4173 CDIS 73-004 Patty Turner Senior Center Meets Monday, October 17 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. $12 Bradford Room TBA PART 4: LYNDON B. JOHNSON 4174 CDIS 73-005 Patty Turner Senior Center Meets Monday, November 7 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. $12 Bradford Room TBA

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4177 CDIS 80-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 29-December 3 12 p.m.-2 p.m. $79 Robins Room D133

ADVANCED ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS Working in full edit mode of Photoshop Elements, you will learn how to use layers and selections to make changes to specific areas of your images, how to use tools to retouch and restore your photographs, how to use filters for special effects and how to add text to your photographs. This computer-based course assumes that students have basic editing experience with Adobe Photoshop Elements (5 sessions). 4166 CDIS 21-001 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, September 23-October 21 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $79 Barker Room V306

INTERMEDIATE ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS Go beyond the basics of quick and guided edits with skills you’ll learn in this intermediate Adobe Photoshop Elements course. You will learn to use a variety of tools, including selection tools, healing and cloning tools, painting and drawing tools, and text tools. Layers, content and project features will be introduced in the program. This computer-based course assumes that students have some experience with digital photo enhancement. Experience beyond quick fixes and simple edits is not necessary (5 sessions). 4167 CDIS 21-002 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, October 28-December 2 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $79 Barker Room V306

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Discovery!

Programs for Adult Learners with a Young Attitude

Computers UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING COMPUTER — LEVEL I This course is designed for the individual who is afraid of the computer and has never taken a computer class. Class will cover terminology, turning the computer on and off, mouse control, file management, beginning word processing and basic Internet searching using personal computers and a Windows operating system. Call (847) 543-6507 for textbook information. (5 sessions) 4168 CDIS 39-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 22 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Robins Room D133 4209 CDIS 39-005 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 22 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Santini Room V102 4211 CDIS 39-007 Lakeshore Campus Meets Fridays, September 23-October 21 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Freeman Room N205

UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING COMPUTER — LEVEL II This course is for those who have completed Unconditionally, Categorically, Totally Beginning computer (Level I) and choose to continue the learning. Topics covered will be email (including attachments), advanced Internet skills, MS Word editing, formatting and adding graphics to documents. (5 sessions) 4169 CDIS 39-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 22 12 p.m.-2 p.m. $95 Robins Room D133 4170 CDIS 39-003 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 29-December 3 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Robins Room D133 4208 CDIS 39-004 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, September 23-October 21 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Santini Room V102 4210 CDIS 39-006 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 29-December 3 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Santini Room V102 4212 CDIS 39-008 Lakeshore Campus Meets Fridays, October 28-December 2 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Freeman Room N205 28

UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING MICROSOFT WORD 2007 – LEVEL 1 Learn the necessary features loaded in your computer and general settings that can be changed to fit your needs. Compare WordPad options (similar to Word 2003), learn to use the MS 2007 ribbon interface to create a document, change MS Word options, edit (copy, paste and cut) and create documents to fit your needs, including flyers, posters, business cards and greeting cards. Call (847) 543-6507 for textbook information. (5 sessions)

INTRODUCTION TO EXCEL – LEVEL 2 Beginning Excel students may choose to continue their learning in this intermediate course. ( 5 sessions) 4206 CDIS 88-002 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 29-December 3 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Santini Room V102’ $79

4203 CDIS 87-001 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, September 23-October 21 12 p.m.-2 p.m. $79 Santini Room V102 4205 CDIS 87-003 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, October 28-December 2 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $79 Santini Room V102

UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING MICROSOFT WORD 2007 – LEVEL 2 Students at this level will continue exploring and working with many features of MS Word 2007, with a brief introduction to 2010. Topics will include mail merge, line space settings, paragraph alignment, correct spelling, looking up a definition while working in a document, copying/pasting information and images from the Internet, using themes, inserting charts and/or pictures saved on the computer and changing printer settings. Call (847) 543-6507 for textbook information. (5 sessions) 4204 CDIS 87-002 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, October 28-December 2 12 p.m.-2 p.m. $79 Santini Room V102

INTRODUCTION TO EXCEL – LEVEL 1 This course will cover the basic concepts of Microsoft Excel 2007 with a brief introduction to 2010. Students will learn how to design and work with charts, create formulas and use functions. This is for students who have completed a computer fundamentals class or have equivalent experience. (5 sessions) 4207 CDIS 88-001 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 22 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. $79 Santini Room V102

Defensive Driving Class for Insurance Discounts for Seniors The National Safety Council Defensive Driving course could result in a reduction of your auto insurance premium. It’s designed to provide drivers with the latest information about safe driving techniques to prevent collisions and traffic violations. Specific topics include proper scanning, seat belts and air bags, drinking and driving, conditions of driving, speeding, right-of-way procedures, proper turning, passing techniques and aggressive driving. You’re advised to consult your insurance agency to see if this four-hour course will satisfy its requirement for a senior citizen insurance discount. The cost is $20 for seniors taking the class for insurance purposes only. You may register for a class at a location near you by calling (847) 543-2185 or (847) 543-2101.

QUESTIONS? CALL THE DISCOVERY! HOTLINE AT (847) 543-6507


Programs for Adult Learners with a Young Attitude

Discovery!

Calling All Generations to Action! Last fall the Illinois Department of Education and Department on Aging co-sponsored the first state summit on Generations Serving Generations. The summit was a call to action for individuals of all generations to solve old problems through new cross-generational partnerships. Active volunteers can make a difference in schools and organizations during this time of economic uncertainty. Won’t you consider making a commitment to give back to your community? Please visit your local school, place of worship, community center or United Way website (www.findhelplakecounty.org/ volunteer) to find an opportunity that will fit your talents and interests. Help change the world one day, one opportunity, one experience at a time.

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Discovery! — Student Admission Form

Discovery! 1. ] STUDENT STATUS

10. ] MAILING ADDRESS:

❏ Never attended CLC ❏ Returning to CLC, enter 7-digit Student ID

mail you may list it below. You must also list your home

(if known) _____________________________________

address in question 8.

2. ] COMPLETE LEGAL NAME:

_____________________________________________________

______________________________________________________ (Last)

(First)

(Middle)

_________________ – _________ – _______________ ❏ Male

❏ Female

_____________________________________________________

______________________________________________________ State & Zip Code

11. ] TELEPHONE:

5. ] DATE OF BIRTH: ________ /________ /________ Month Day Year (REQUIRED)

PREFERRED PHONE NUMBER:

❏ HOME ❏ CELL ❏ WORK

Home: ( _________ ) __________ – __________________

6. ] CITIZEN / VISA STATUS: Are you a U.S. Citizen ❏ YES

Number and Street

City or Town

3. ] SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (REQUIRED):

4. ] GENDER:

If you have a different address for the purpose of receiving

Area Code

❏ NO

Cell:

If no, what is your status in the U.S.? ❏ Immigrant (Permanent Resident) ❏ Student Visa (F-1) ❏ Other (please indicate type if known):

Telephone Number

( _________ ) __________ – __________________ Area Code

Telephone Number

Work: ( _________ ) __________ – __________________ Area Code

Telephone Number

12. ] E-MAIL ADDRESS:

_____________________________________ If on a Visa, what is your home country of origin?

______________________________________________________

______________________________________________________

13. ] WILL ATTEND CLC BEGINNING:

7. ] ETHNIC / RACIAL DESCRIPTION: Are you a Hispanic or Latino ❏ YES

(Year) __________________ ❏ NO

Are you from one or more of the following racial groups? ❏ Asian or Pacific lslander ❏ Black Non-Hispanic ❏ American Indian or ❏ White Non-Hispanic Alaskan Native ❏ Choose not to respond Which of the above-noted racial groups is your primary group? ______________________________________________________ 8. ] HOME ADDRESS: Must be listed to document legal residence for tuition assessment and state reporting purposes: ______________________________________________________

❏ Fall (August-December) ❏ Spring (January-May) ❏ Summer (June-July) 14. ] CERTIFICATION: I understand that withholding information requested on this application or giving false information may make me ineligible for admission to the College or subject to dismissal. With this in mind, I certify that the above statements are correct and complete. (Your signature and date are required before CLC can process this application.) The College of Lake County affirms and adheres to a policy of equal opportunity in all aspects of education and employment.

Number and Street

______________________________________________________ City or Town

______________________________________________________ State & Zip Code

9. ] RESIDENCY: ❏ I have / ❏ I have not been a resident of Lake County for 30 days prior to the first day of the semester in which I intend to enroll.

______________________________________________________ Signature

______________________________________________________ Date

MAIL TO: 1120 South Milwaukee Avenue Vernon Hills, Illinois 60061 FAX:

(847) 478-1832

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Lake County and Grayslake Campus Maps

Section Maps

College of Lake County Locations 5

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GRAYSLAKE CAMPUS 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake, IL 60030 / (847) 543-2022

2

LAKESHORE CAMPUS 111 North Genesee Street, Waukegan, IL 60085 / (847) 543-2191

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SOUTHLAKE CAMPUS 1120 South Milwaukee Avenue, Vernon Hills, IL 60061 / (847) 543-6501 Discovery! Hotline (847) 543-6507

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Community Locations 4

ADLAI STEVENSON HIGH SCHOOL 1 Stevenson Drive, Lincolnshire, IL 60069 / (847) 634-4000 At Adlai Stevenson High School, students should park in lot D.

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GRAYSLAKE AREA LIBRARY 100 Library Lane, Grayslake, IL 60030 / (847) 223-5313

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LAKE FOREST/LAKE BLUFF SENIOR CENTER 100 East Old Mill Road, Lake Forest, IL 60045 / (847) 234-2209

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LIBERTYVILLE CIVIC CENTER 135 West Church Street, Libertyville, IL 60048 / (847) 918-8880

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PATTY TURNER CENTER 375 Elm Street, Deerfield, IL 60015 / (847) 940-4010

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SEDGEBROOK RETIREMENT COMMUNITY 800 Audubon Way, Lincolnshire, IL 60069 / (847) 876-2373

Grayslake Campus — 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake BUILDINGS A, B, & C — D— E— H— JLC — L— T— 4— 7— HST —

Administrative/Faculty Offices & Classrooms Administrative/Faculty Offices, Classrooms & Child Care Center Job Center of Lake County Ornamental Horticulture James Lumber Center for the Performing Arts Theatres, Classrooms, and Box Office Library/Learning Resource Center Technology Wing Adult Education Physical Education Center Lake County High Schools Technology Campus

PARKING Student parking spaces are available in lots 2-6. Disabled students with proper vehicle identification may park in any “disabled parking” space in lots 1 & 7. Otherwise, lots 1, 7 & 8 are restricted to Staff Only (permits required).

Admissions and Records (B101) is normally open 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. Friday. The Grayslake Bookstore, located in the lower level of the C Wing, is open 7:45 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday. WWW.CLCILLINOIS.EDU/NONCREDIT

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Maps

Lakeshore and Southlake Campus Maps

Lakeshore Campus

Southlake Campus

1 North, 33 North & 111 North Genesee Street, Waukegan

1120 South Milwaukee Avenue, Vernon Hills

BUILDINGS

BUILDINGS GRAND AVENUE

■ 111 North Genesee (North Building):

111 North Genesee (North Building)

Parking Lot D & CLC Parking

MADISON

■ 1 North Genesee: Adult Education Classrooms

GENESEE STREET

Administration Bookstore Campus Police Childcare Classrooms

CLAYTON STREET

33 North Genesee (South Building)

1 North Genesee Building

SHERIDAN ROAD

■ 33 North Genesee (South Building):

NORTH

Parking City Lot & CLC Parking

WASHINGTON STREET

■ Building R: Classrooms Distance Learning Room Center for Health and Wellness Promotion

TO ROUTE 60

PARKING

EN TER EN TER

V Building

R Building PORT CLINTON

ROUTE 45

ROUTE 21 - MILWAUKEE AVENUE

Classrooms Community Development Computer Labs Dental Hygiene Clinic Learning Assistance Center (LAC) Student Services Center

■ Building V: Campus & Student Support Center Bookstore Classrooms and Computer Labs Conference Area Glass-Enclosed Student Lounge/Atrium Open Computer Lab Science Laboratory Discovery! Center for Personal Enrichment Library / Learning Assistance Center Green Roofing

NORTH

JAMESTOWN LANE

OLDE HALF DAY

PARKING

PARKING

Parking spaces are available for Lakeshore Campus students in the municipal garage behind the building.

There are no parking restrictions at the Southlake Campus other than “disabled only” spaces in the south lot.

Lakeshore Campus

Southlake Campus

Admission and registration services at the Student Services Center (N211) are open 8 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday.

Admission and registration services are available in the Campus and Student Support Center (V130). Hours of operation are 8 a.m-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday.

The Lakeshore Bookstore (S116) is open 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday.

The Southlake Bookstore (V134) is open 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Friday.

For more information, call (847) 543-2189. For more information, call (847) 543-6501.

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College of Lake County

Online Course Catalog

Center for Personal Enrichment www.ed2go.com/clc

Fall 2011 I want to learn!

Our online courses are open to everyone!

Xplore! Classes for Grades 1-12

Apps for Life

expert instructors

ACT Accelerated Reading

Test Preparation

Creative Writing

Computers Online

STEM

Astronomy

Visual Math

Physics

Online learning anytime, anywhere ‌ just a click away!

Speed Spanishof Your Windows Vista PC Take Control affordable courses

See Page 9 See 5

Market Your Business on the Internet Grammar Refresher 24/7 access

See Page Page 3 See 11

Make Money Writing Grants Beginning Writer’s Workshop See Page 4 See Page 11

Increase Your Programming Test Preparation (GMAT, GRE,Skills LSAT, SAT/ACT) See Page 10 See Page 16 convenient for everyone! www.ed2go.com/clc www.ed2go.com/clc

Instructor-Facilitated Online Learning Instructor-Facilitated Online Learning For registration help call (847) 543-2022.

Learn from the comfort of home!

www.ed2go.com/webname

Course Fees Start at Just

$99

Register at clcillinois.edu/youth Call (847) 543-2022 or email CPEInfo@clcillinois.edu for details.

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Table of Contents

This holiday season, and all year-round, let them open up the gift of learning.

Arts and Crafts ....................................................1

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH AND TEENS

Arts and Crafts Online ........................................1

Fast-Paced Programs ........................................14

Avocations/Hobbies ............................................1

Math ....................................................................14

Computer Application Basics ............................1

Reading................................................................14

Computer Applications – Internet ....................2

Science ................................................................14

PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS

Give a CPE class to that special someone on your list who is hard to buy for.

Computers – Internet Online..............................2

Test Preparation ................................................15

Computers – Multimedia Online........................2

Writing ................................................................15

Cooking..................................................................3

For the person who has everything.

Cooking Online ....................................................3

Grandma & Grandpa Beginning Computer Art, Music or History Lectures Tours • Explore Chicago’s Chinatown • Chicago: The German and Polish City • Courthouse Tour (Don’t just watch Judge Mathis – live it!) • Gift Card for Summer 2012 Quest!

Lou Nettelhorst, a fine art photographer and former corporate photographer, has been teaching for Center for Personal Enrichment for more than six years. Specializing in close-up images Lou brings more than 48 years of photographic experience (14 of that professional) to CLC students. Widely published in print and on the Web and honored in juried exhibitions, Lou generously shares his passion for photography with students and offers ongoing technical support to past students.

Mom & Dad Calligraphy Creative Writing Beginning Digital Camera Gift Card for Just Say Sushi or Chinese Appetizers (Great for date night)

CLC’s Center for Personal Enrichment Fulfilling our mission to provide noncredit leisure and academic enrichment to learners of all ages

Youth

Personal Enrichment Information (847) 543-2022 www.clcillinois.edu/noncredit

Visual Math Write a Story and Publish Your Work STEM Gift Card for 2012 Summer Camp Xplore!

ONLINE CLASSES FOR YOUTH

Family, Home and Parenting Online..................3

Computers Online – Microsoft Office ............15

Financial Management ......................................3

Computers Online – Web Savvy........................16

Financial Management Online ..........................4

Math Online ........................................................16

Gardening..............................................................4

Science Online ....................................................16

Gardening/Going Green Online..........................4

Test Preparation Online ....................................16

Health and Wellness Online ................................4

Writing Online ....................................................16

Homeschool Resources Online ..........................4 Languages..............................................................5 Languages Online ................................................5

Call (847) 543-2022 for details on how to buy!

Trips and Tours ..................................................18

Math Online ..........................................................6

Music Appreciation ............................................19

Mind and Body ....................................................6

Literature ............................................................20

Mind and Body Online ........................................6

Classic Film ........................................................20

Music ......................................................................6

Art Appreciation ................................................21

Music Online ........................................................7

Current Events and Timely Topics....................22

Personal Interest ..................................................7

World History and Related Topics....................23

Personal Interest Online......................................8

American History and Social Science ............25

Photography..........................................................8

Photography and Digital Editing ....................27

Photography Online ............................................9

Computers ..........................................................28

Recreation and Outdoors ....................................9

Defensive Driving Class ....................................29

Science Online ......................................................9 Sports and Fitness..............................................10 Writing ................................................................11 Writing Online ....................................................11

HOW TO APPLY, REGISTER AND PAY Registration Information ......Inside Back Cover Online ed2go ......................................................12

SES CLC CLAS Fall Schedule

Adult Student Admission Form........................13

2011

ent Classes Personal Enrichm

Noncredit Classes Across the Ages

Youth Registration Form ..................................17 Discovery! Admission Form..............................30 Maps ....................................................................31

Adults

On Site & Online

page 1

Youth

Grades 1 – 12 Xplore! & Online STEM Visual Math page 14

Discovery! / Quest (847) 543-6507 www.clcillinois.edu/seniors The College of Lake County is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution in all aspects of education and employment. The information contained within is accurate as of July 2011, but is subject to change.

DISCOVERY!

Math ......................................................................6

XPLORE! — Youth, Teen & Children’s Programs (847) 543-2759 www.clcillinois.edu/youth

CLC Gift Card Available in any amount Can be used by one person or the whole family Redeemable for CLC classes, bookstore and dining room purchases

Dance ....................................................................3

50+

Trips & Tours Discovery! page 18

ty College of Lake Coun Photo by Lou Nettelhorst y Instructor CPE Digital Photograph

du/noncredit www.clcillinois.e

Did you receive this schedule by mail? If not, call the Center for Personal Enrichment at (847) 543-2022 to join our mailing list.


THE GOOD WAR Discover the Culture and History of World War ll Look at the soul and spirit of our county and the people who led it. A time with no shortage of heroes — military & civilian — and a time when United We Won.

Four Part Series • Prelude & Infamy • Defeat & Retreat • The Longest Days • The Inevitable Triumph

Operation Freedom — The Berlin Airlift One of the greatest adventures in American military history

The First Motion Picture Unit: More Than Met the Eye A myriad of Hollywood celebrities produced almost 400 morale & training films

How to Register for Personal Enrichment Classes 1. Apply for Admission New students and students who have not attended classes in two years must apply for admission in one of three ways: IN PERSON: Admissions and Records Office, Room B101, Grayslake campus BY FAX or MAIL: The Student Admission Form is on page 13. • Fax: (847) 543-3061 • Mail to: College of Lake County / Attn: Admissions and Records 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake, IL 60030-1198 INTERNET: www.clcillinois.edu/applyconted.asp

2. Obtain CLC ID Number Allow two working days to process your application. You will receive your CLC student ID number, PIN and other important registration information in the mail. You may also look up your CLC student ID number via the Web at www.clcillinois.edu/register. Click on the “Create myLogin” links and then click on “Look Up CLC ID.” Your PIN is a number that is initially set to your six-digit date of birth (mmddyy). Your ID and PIN will give you access to myStudentCenter, our student self-service system.

3. Register for Personal Enrichment Classes By Internet www.clcillinois.edu/register When you are ready to select your classes, use the “CLC Classes by Term.” You must specify the semester and then a subject, such as English, to view the classes available. To select a subject area, click on the magnifying glass and then press the “Look Up” button. When you find a specific class section you want, make note of the four-digit class number. You may register on the Web or in person in the Admissions office, B101, Grayslake campus, the Student Services office at Lakeshore or the main office at the Southlake Educational Center. Online Self-Service requires that you have created myLogin. Once you have logged in, use the menu of options to add or drop classes or to view your schedule, grades or an unofficial transcript and many other options. When you add or drop a class, check for a “success” or “error” message. Most errors are due to enrollment holds or prerequisites not met.

4. Pay Tuition and Fees To avoid being dropped from classes for non-payment, you must pay in full or enroll in the college’s FACTS installment tuition payment plan by your due date. Check the amount of your bill online by logging into myStudentCenter and selecting the “Make a Payment” link. Financial aid is not available for Continuing Education classes. For more information about tuition payment, call (847) 543-2085. For more information about financial aid, call (847) 543-2062.

When to Register Scheduled hours for on-site or Web registration are: • Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. • Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Connections: Star Trek and World War ll Learn how the TV program’s creator and stars — all WW ll veterans — shaped Star Trek’s look and characters. See pages 23 -24 for details about these and other fall Discovery! classes.

Web registration is available 24 hours a day.

Where to Register • By Web from anywhere at www.clcillinois.edu/register • Grayslake Campus — 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake • Lakeshore Campus — 111 North Genesee Street, Waukegan • Southlake Campus — 1120 South Milwaukee Avenue, Vernon Hills To REGISTER for ed2go online classes, visit www.ed2go.com/clc or call the Center for Personal Enrichment at (847) 543-2022. To REGISTER for youth classes, visit www.clcillinois.edu/youth or call Personal Enrichment at (847) 543-2022.

Are you receiving this schedule through the mail at your home? If not, call the Center for Personal Enrichment at (847) 543-2022 to get on the mailing list.


CLC CLASSES

College of Lake County 19351 West Washington Street Grayslake, Illinois 60030-1198

2011 Fall Schedule

ECRWSS

CLC Classes (USPS 014-085) is published by the College of Lake County, with issues in April, July, September, November and February. Periodicals postage paid at Grayslake, IL, with additional entries.

RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER

POSTMASTER: Send change of address to CLC Classes, College of Lake County, 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake, IL 60030-1198

Personal Enrichment Classes

July 2011 – Volume 17, No. 2

Noncredit Classes Across the Ages

Classes for Adults, Teens, Youth, and 50+ — Learning Across the Ages

Adults

Scenic Hikes (page 9)

On Site & Online

Winter Gardening

page 1

(page 4)

Youth Grades 2 – 12 Xplore! & Online STEM Visual Math

Volleyball Discovery! American History

(page 10)

(page 25)

page 14

50+ Trips & Tours Discovery!

Discovery! Music Appreciation

page 18

(page 19)

Intro to Chemistry (page 15)

For more information visit www.clcillinois.edu/noncredit.

Looking for career and workforce courses? Visit wpdi.clcillinois.edu/register/schedule.asp

College of Lake County Photo by Lou Nettelhorst CPE Digital Photography Instructor

www.clcillinois.edu/noncredit


College of Lake County Fall 2011 Personal Enrichment Class Schedule