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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD EVENING DEGREE PROGRAM Complete evening degree programs will be offered in six disciplines in the 1973 Fall Semester. Majors will be provided in Art, English, History, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. Courses from other departments are also being offered. For further information see below. The Faculty of Education offers four and five year programs for the degree Bachelor of Education and a Diploma Program in Education for B.Ed, degree holders. In addition, students may elect a combined five year program leading to both B.A. and B.Ed, degrees. DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: SEPTEMBER 5 ANTHROPOLOGY 3100 M only Southeast Asia 7-10 pm ART 2150 Drawing 7-10 pm ART 2500 M W Painting 7-10 pm ART 3150 Drawing III 7-10 pm ART 3200 T Th Neoclassicism Through Post pm Impressionism 19th Century BIOLOGY 3500 Th only Seminar in Biological Sciences pm DRAMA 2000 T Th Creative Drama Improvisation pm ECONOMICS 2100 M only Current Canadian Economic Issues 7-10 pm in a World Setting EDUCATION 3060 M only Economics of Education 7-10 pm EDUCATION 3470 Th only Reference and Bibliography 7-10 pm EDUCATION 4070 W only Politics of Education 7-10 pm EDUCATION 4150 T only The Reading Process 7-10 pm Theory and Diagnosis EDUCATION 4260 Th only Clinical Supervision 7-10 pm EDUCATION 4360 T only Seminar for Practicing Teachers 7-10 pm EDUCATION 4520 T Th Psychology and Education of pm Children with Primary Learning Disorders I EDUCATION 4720 Psychology and Education of Children with Primary Learning Disorders II EDUCATION 4970 Seminar in Instructional Technology ENGLISH 1000 Introduction to Literature ENGLISH 2500 Survey cf American Literature I GEOGRAPHY 1040 Introduction to Cultural Geography GEOGRAPHY 2210 Caribbean America HISTORY 2910 Latin America in Colonial Times PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 1290 Track and Field I POLITICAL SCIENCE 1000 Introduction to Political Studies PSYCHOLOGY 2300 Learning PSYCHOLOGY 2700 Social Behavior of Animals 1000 Basic Concepts in Sociology 2230 Social Psychology SOCIOLOGY 3170 Medical Sociology courses will be accepted for credit toward a Bachelor of Social Work Degree by the University of Calgary. OFF-CAMPUS PROGRAM Instruction in all off-campus courses will commence the week of September 10, 1973. The deadline for registration is September 21, 1973. For further information see below. BLAIRMORE Isabella Sellon School EDUCATION 4920 W Psych. Educ. of Children 6 9 pm with Special Intellectual Creative Abilities BLOOD RESERVE (St. Paul's) Natosapi Learning Center PSYCHOLOGY 1000 M Basic Concepts 7-10 pm BROOKS Brooks Elementary SOCIOLOGY 4130 M Social Change 7-10 pm EDUCATION 3370 T Basic Instructional 7 10 pm Materials Preparation CLARESHOLM Willow Creek Comp. ART 1000 W Introduction 7 10 pm FORT MACLEOD Wonly 7-10 pm IVI only 7-1 Opm M only 7-10 pm T only 7-10 pm W only 7-10 pm Tonly 7-1 Opm M only 7-10 pm pm W only 7-10 pm T only 7-10 pm M only 7-10 pm M only 7-10 pm T only 7-10 pm pm P.P. Walshe School GEOGRAPHY 2120 Canada T 7 10pm MEDICINE HAT Room S140, Medicine Hat College EDUCATION 4350 T Teaching English as a 6-9pm Second Language PINCHER CREEK Matthew Halton High EDUCATION 4150 M The Reading Process: 7 10 pm Theory Diagnosis RAYMOND Raymond Elementary SOCIOLOGY 2030 W Deviant Behavior 7-10 TABER W.R.Myers School ANTHROPOLOGY 2020 T Types of Society 7 10 pm EDUCATION 4400 M Mathematics (Second 7-10 pm Level Methods) VULCAN County Central High EDUCATION 4520 T Psychology and Education pm of Children with Primary Learning Disorders I CONTINUING The University FALL SEM UOF The University of Lethbridge public service program series of nor open to all interested persons, regardless of academic background. ART Beginning Ceramics (For beginning and intermediate students over 16 years of age) Fundamentals of wheel throwing. Creative approach to the use of clay in hand building. Slide lectures on traditional and contemporary ceramics. Basic information on glazes including their chemistry and application. Methods of kiln firing clay. Times: Mondays, p.m., starting September 10 (12 sessions) Place: Room 200, Physical Education Fine Arts Building Fees: Maximum Enrolment 16 Beginning Printmaking A brief historical survey of the arts of printmaking concentrating on the presentation of techniques required in the creation of several types of prints. Illustrated lectures will be given with the purpose of making students aware of the various possible results, and to acquaint them with relevant drawing and design concepts. Times: Wednesdays, p.m., starting September 12 (12 sessions) Place: Room 107, Physical Education Fine Arts Building Fees: Maximum Enrolment: 16 ECONOMICS Financial Management for Small Business Source and use of long-term, short-term and equity finance. Common financial problems of small businesses. Times: Mondays, p.m., October 15 to November 19 (6 sessions) Place: Room D-519, Academic Residence Building Fees: ENGLISH Great Movie Comedy Teams Eight evenings of film featuring best pictures of the great comedy teams. This nostalgic retrospective will take an affectionate look at the comic combinations that made millions laugh. Each evening includes a brief introduction by a member of the U niversity f acu Ity. Times: Tuesdays (except Tuesday, October p.m., starting September 18 (8 sessions) One film will be shown on Monday, October 22 Place: Yates Memorial Centre Fees: Adults Students Senior Citizens GEOGRAPHY A Workshop in Field Method The workshop is designed to aid teachers in developing skills and methods in conducting class excursions, field trips and field studies. The techniques of biological, geographical, geological and sociological field investigation will be stressed as well as the proper use of instruments, maps, aerial photographs and data collections. Morning periods will be given to discussions and lectures and afternoons will be devoted to practice in the field. Times: Saturdays, a.m. to p.m., starting September 15 (3 sessions) Place: Room C-753, Academic Residence Building Fees: Maximum Enrolment: 30 ;