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CPHE - Eagles' Wings Fall 2018 Semester

Registration is staggered and opens as follows:

Teachers – November 19th, 2018

Current Alumni – November 26th, 2018

Past Alumni – December 3rd, 2018

Open to all on December 7th, 2018

Registration will close Wednesday, December 17th, 2018 at 23:59.

Hatchlings Class Offerings (age 3 through Kindergarten


Class:* *Carle Continued* - Mrs. Miner

Class Fee:* $3 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 10

Description:* Children will have fun with stories, games, crafts and more with popular Eric Carle books. Each week we will read, listen, or watch a different book. Activities will include worksheets, games, and crafts.

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *Under the Big Top* - Mrs. Miner

Class Fee:* $5 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 10

Description:* Calling all children to the circus! We will discover a different part of the circus each week through books, games, worksheets, and crafts.

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *Nature Discoveries- *Mrs. Budd

Class Fee:* $5 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 12

Description:* This class will explore God's creation by delving into a new Discovery Trunk each week. Discovery Trunks, provided by the Missouri Department of Conservation, contain lots of fun things to help students explore Missouri's natural environment: foot molds, animal puppets, rocks and minerals, picture books, CDs with animal and bird sounds, and so much more!

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *Spanish Taste the Rainbow* - Mrs. Rittenhouse

Class Fee:* $8 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 10

Description:* Students will have the opportunity to learn about the colors in Spanish through food. Lessons will incorporate other vocabulary such as shapes, counting, and adjectives. Foods for which allergies are present will be avoided.

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *God Made you Special*- Mrs. Bishop

Class Fee:* $5 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* God made you special and he loves you very much. We will be reading books, watching videos, and doing worksheets. We will learn biblical lessons on how everyone is different and very special

Supplies:* None Required


Fledglings Class Offerings (Kindergarten through 3rd grade)


Class:* *Character First* - Mrs. Eppler

Class Fee:* $7 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 10 Limited openings

Description:* This class is all about building and developing good character qualities within each child. Each week we will focus on a different character quality. We will discuss it and have activities that enforce that quality. We will mostly be using materials from Character First education.

Requirements:* Kids will need to be able to listen and follow directions.

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *Spanish Colors We Eat* - Mrs. Rittenhouse

Class Fee:* $8 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 10

Description:* Students will have the opportunity to learn about the colors in Spanish through food. Lessons will incorporate other vocabulary such as shapes, counting, and adjectives. Foods for which allergies are present will be avoided.

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *Under the Big Top* - Mrs. Miner

Class Fee:* $5 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 10

Description:* Calling all children to the circus! We will discover a different part of the circus each week through books, games, worksheets, and crafts.

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *Let's Learn Greek- *Mrs. Duston

Class Fee:* $5 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* Yiasas! Using a variety of games and activities while keeping it fun, students will continue to learn modern Greek words and phrases and spelling. We will also cover some aspects of the culture and history of the Greeks. Traditional Greek songs may be played and/or learned as part of the experience.

Prerequisite:* The student must have attended the Let's Learn Greek class offered in Fall 2018, or by invitation of the teacher. If interested in being a new student, please email the Eagles' Wings committee at eagleswings@cphecorp.org for further information.

Homework:* The teacher will individualize the homework according to age and/or any learning difficulties the student may have. Students will be expected to practice the words and phrases they learn in class during the week at home.

Supplies:* Their “Greek” 3-ring binder, organized and ready, primary lined paper, pen and pencil. Primary lined paper can be purchased or printed at home. Example of primary paper can be found here: https://goo.gl/xEqbnO

This class may participate in CPHE's Showcase.


Class:* *Journey Through Bookland - *Mrs. Duston

Class Fee:* $7 *Class Minimum:* 2 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* Stories in this class come from a collection of stories by the same name, gathered in the first part of the last century, Upon hearing said short story, fable or poem, the students will engage in related fun activities, songs and/or engaging crafts. Stories may include, but are not limited to Whittington and His Cat, Bell of Atri, Pine Tree Shillings, Various Tales from Aesop, The Darning Needle, Who Stole the Bird's Nest, Lark & Her Young Ones, Industry and Sloth, Silver-Locks and the Three Bears, The Ugly Duckling, The Sunken Treasure, The Fiddling Parson, The Country Squire, The Spider and the Fly, The Old Man and his Sons, Florence Nightingale, and The Walrus and the Carpenter.

Prerequisite:* Students must be able to follow instructions.

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *Nature Discoveries- *Mrs. Budd

Class Fee:* $5 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 12

Description:* This class will explore God's creation by delving into a new Discovery Trunk each week. Discovery Trunks, provided by the Missouri Department of Conservation, contain lots of fun things to help students explore Missouri's natural environment: foot molds, animal puppets, rocks and minerals, picture books, CDs with animal and bird sounds, and so much more!

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *Music and Motion- *Miss Duston

Class Fee:* $2 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* Students need to be able to follow simple directions. This will be a busy class where students will move, march, stretch, dance, clap, tap, and play to a variety of traditional and contemporary silly songs. We'll have a variety of objects that the students will use to keep the beat as well as follow rhythm and actions that relate to the song and/or the music. The object of the class is for the children to have fun, while learning a bit of rhythm while also using both their large and small muscles

SPECIAL DRESS CODE FOR THE STUDENTS IN THIS CLASS:*

NO SHORTS ALLOWED.* Shirts MUST be able to be tucked in and stay in even when stretching. Girls wearing skirts MUST wear pants or leggings under skirt. No sleeveless shirts. Students must also wear tennis shoes or some other full shoe that grip on bottom. No sandals or other open toe shoes allowed. This class will participate in showcase

Supplies:* None Require


Class:* *Arts and Crafts for Kids- *Mrs. VanEyck

Class Fee:* $7 *Class Minimum:* 3 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* In this class we plan to do many traditional art and craft projects for kids, using a variety of media and techniques. Projects may include painting, pasting, cutting, sculpting, drawing, handiwork and more. All art and craft project materials for this class will be provided by the teacher.

Supplies:* Each student will need an art shirt or smock available for class weekly, to be used as needed for projects like painting.


Eaglets Class Offering (3rd through 7th)


Class:* *Small Ensemble- *Mrs. Budd and Miss Duston

Class Fee:* $7 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* "Oh come, let us sing unto the Lord: let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation." Psalms 91:1-2. In this class, students will learn the basics of performing in a multi-part small ensemble/choir, including basic music theory. Selections which will be covered in class include a "Sound of Music" medley, "Holy Manna," "Good News! Chariot's A-Comin," "All the Pretty Little Horses," and Mendelssohn's "Rest in the Lord."

Supplies:* A white, 1-inch 3-ring binder in which to keep music


Class:* *Easy Way to Writing Success Without Stress - *Mrs. VanEyck

Class Fee:* $12 *Class Minimum:* 2 *Class Maximum:* 20

This will include a PDF download of student class materials that parents may use again for other students in their family. Copyright requires each homeschool family to own a copy of the student notebook materials. Teacher will provide printed materials for use in the class.

Description:* In this class we plan to use simple, already written stories and summaries, to learn great ways to write and get better at it ourselves. The basic writing material is provided for students, so they do not have to come up with something from scratch on their own, yet they learn excellent skills and techniques, and get to practice writing themselves, using key word outlines we make from the materials provided in class. Students are NOT expected to know spelling or grammar, and although they may get help with these, they are not the focus in this class.. Students will most likely have some great writing successes in this class. We will be using a DVD set from IEW, Institute for Excellence in Writing, as a foundation for this class. The methods taught take most of the stress out, and make the writing we will do in class very simple and step by step.

Homework:* Some assignments may be completed at home to give students the time they need for completion. Parents and teachers are encouraged to help students with any spelling or grammar questions, and give suggestions and idea help freely. Learning, completion, and improvement are the goals for these assignments.

Supplies:* Each student will need a 1” notebook, a pen, and a pencil.


Class:* *Let's Learn Greek- *Mrs. Duston

Class Fee:* $5 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* Yiasas! Using a variety of games and activities while keeping it fun, students will continue to learn modern Greek words and phrases and spelling. We will also cover some aspects of the culture and history of the Greeks. Traditional Greek songs may be played and/or learned as part of the experience.

Prerequisite:* The student must have attended the Let's Learn Greek class offered in Fall 2018, or by invitation of the teacher. If interested in being a new student, please email the Eagles' Wings committee at eagleswings@cphecorp.org for further information.

Homework:* The teacher will individualize the homework according to age and/or any learning difficulties the student may have. Students will be expected to practice the words and phrases they learn in class during the week at home.

Supplies:* Their “Greek” 3-ring binder, organized and ready, primary lined paper, pen and pencil. Primary lined paper can be purchased or printed at home. Example of primary paper can be found here: https://goo.gl/xEqbnO

This class may participate in CPHE's Showcase.


Class:* *First Aid - *Mrs. Broeker

Class Fee:* $10 *Class Minimum:* 6 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* This class will be based on the American Red Cross course: Adult, Child and Baby First Aid/CPR/AED Online. This online course is provided by the American Red Cross, with additional hands-on CPR and first-aide practice provided by Mrs. Broeker. Students will leave the class with the necessary knowledge to intervene in the case of emergencies or injuries, despite not having an actual CPR certification.

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *Calligraphy* - Mrs. Kinney

Class Fee:* $10 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* As long as there has been writing, there has been calligraphy. This semester, you will practice the art of the written word. Study and practice of various alphabets, dots and flourishes will ultimately culminate in a unique piece of art (or two) for display in your own special place. To rest your hand mid-hour, we will break to inspect historical pieces with beautiful or unique writing. As you gain technique of various writing styles, don’t be surprised if you see more flourish in your own day-to-day script!

Supplies:* Students may want to provide a smock or old shirt to protect clothing.

Homework:* Students will select a favorite section of scripture and a small poem for their projects. They should have the text written on scratch paper for copying onto their large design.

Class Requirements:* Like any art class, maturity is required to handle professional supplies.


Class:* *Around the World with Money* - Mrs. Miner

Class Fee:* $3 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 10

Description:* Pack your bags! Using old coins and bills, we will travel to various countries around the world. We will be learning about maps, continents, flags, each countries currency, and the conversion to the American dollar. Weekly worksheets will be completed using the coins and books.

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *Fun Physical Fitness* - Mrs. Wick

Class Fee:* $2 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 16

Description:* We will be playing different sports and physical activities outside. Please dress appropriately. If shorts are worn, make sure they come all the way to your knees. Make sure your shirt is long enough to tuck in. Tennis shoes only, NO SANDALS. When the weather is cooler, make sure you bring jackets/coats, gloves, scarves, etc. Water bottles would be good to bring, as well.

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *Games and Brain Builders - *Mrs. Broeker

Class Fee:* $2 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* We will alternate weeks of free play of board games and card games with weeks of planned activities centered around strategy, creative problem solving, teamwork, critical thinking, puzzling, etc....

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *Yiayas' Cooking* - Mrs. Duston

Class Fee:* $12 *Class Minimum:* 2 *Class Maximum:* 12

Description:* Nearly all cooks in Greece were taught how to cook in a kitchen shared across generations. This class will get of glimpse of that experience as they learn from our resident Yiayia about the traditional flavors and foods of Greece. The class will not only explore the foods of Greece, but also the products used, the history and stories that tie in with the dish of the week. PLEASE NOTE : This class will be sampling the food made. Parents will be responsible to provide any alternative foods needed due to your child's allergies and/or food sensitivities.

Prerequisite:* As this class will be as hands-on as possible, it is imperative that the students are able to follow directions and work within the guidelines given. Students must be willing to participate in the activities as they are able.

Supplies:* Students will be asked to bring a specific ingredient several times during the semester for use in the class. Students will be asked to bring household supplies periodically, which will vary from week to week, i.e. bowls, mixing spoons, etc. Aprons, chefs' coats, or other appropriate kitchen covering (should fit well.)

Other Considerations:* Hair will need to be pulled back and secured. Book bags, purses, and other non-class supplies should be left in family boxes and NOT brought to class.

This class may participate in Showcase


Eagles Class Offering (7th grade through 12th grade)


Class:* *It's all Greek to me- *Mrs. Duston

Class Fee:* $5 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* Yiasas! Using a variety of games and activities while keeping it fun, students will continue to learn modern Greek words and phrases and spelling. We will also cover some aspects of the culture and history of the Greeks. Traditional Greek songs may be played and/or learned as part of the experience.

Prerequisite:* the student must have attended the Let's Learn Greek class offered in Fall 2018, or by invitation of the teacher. If interested in being a new student, please email the Eagles' Wings committee at eagleswings@cphecorp.org for further information

Homework:* There will be homework.

Supplies:* Their “Greek” 3-ring binder, organized and ready, primary lined paper, pen and pencil. Primary lined paper can be purchased or printed at home. Example of primary paper can be found here: https://goo.gl/xEqbnO

This class may participate in CPHE's Showcase.


Class:* *Small Ensemble- *Mrs. Budd and Miss Duston

Class Fee:* $7 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* "Oh come, let us sing unto the Lord: let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation." Psalms 91:1-2. In this class, students will learn the basics of performing in a multi-part small ensemble/choir, including basic music theory. Selections which will be covered in class include a "Sound of Music" medley, "Holy Manna," "Good News! Chariot's A-Comin," "All the Pretty Little Horses," and Mendelssohn's "Rest in the Lord."

Supplies:* A white, 1-inch 3-ring binder in which to keep music


Class:* *Create-A-Gift 3rd Edition *- Mrs. Bishop

Class Fee:* $15 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* We will create multiple different crafts that could be given as gifts. The student will be handling tools and hot items while working on these crafts.

Supplies:* The students will be asked to purchase a few things that will require them to choose types or colors of specified items.

Class Requirements:* The student *must* listen to instruction.


Class:* *Let's Learn Greek- *Mrs. Duston

Class Fee:* $5 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* Yiasas! Using a variety of games and activities while keeping it fun, students will continue to learn modern Greek words and phrases and spelling. We will also cover some aspects of the culture and history of the Greeks. Traditional Greek songs may be played and/or learned as part of the experience.

Prerequisite:* The student must have attended the Let's Learn Greek class offered in Fall 2018, or by invitation of the teacher. If interested in being a new student, please email the Eagles' Wings committee at eagleswings@cphecorp.org for further information.

Homework:* The teacher will individualize the homework according to age and/or any learning difficulties the student may have. Students will be expected to practice the words and phrases they learn in class during the

week at home.

Supplies:* Their “Greek” 3-ring binder, organized and ready, primary lined paper, pen and pencil. Primary lined paper can be purchased or printed at home. Example of primary paper can be found here: https://goo.gl/xEqbnO

This class may participate in CPHE's Showcase.


Class:* *First Aid - *Mrs. Broeker

Class Fee:* $10 *Class Minimum:* 6 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* This class will be based on the American Red Cross course: Adult, Child and Baby First Aid/CPR/AED Online. This online course is provided by the American Red Cross, with additional hands-on CPR and first-aide practice provided by Mrs. Broeker. Students will leave the class with the necessary knowledge to intervene in the case of emergencies or injuries, despite not having an actual CPR certification.

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *English Dramatic Literature: MacBeth *- Mrs. Oswald (Eagles)

Class Fee:* $5 *Class Minimum:* 2 *Class Maximum:* 10 Limited openings

Description:* The students will read aloud in class William Shakespeare’s semi historical tragedy - MacBeth. The Teacher will prepare a shortened version of the play, consisting of half a dozen scenes. These will be rehearsed and acted out in the classroom in preparation for Showcase. Students will need to memorize their parts and perform play acting.

Entrance Requirements:* Students must be 12 years or older

Supplies:* Text of the play will be provided

Dress code for Showcase:* Students will be asked to dress accordingly: Boys will need to wear black slacks and a white dress shirt; girls will need to wear a dress or nice pants and blouse, depending on their part, in some combination of black and white, black or white, etc.

This class will participate in CPHE's Showcase


Class:* *Calligraphy* - Mrs. Kinney

Class Fee:* $10 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* As long as there has been writing, there has been calligraphy. This semester, you will practice the art of the written word. Study and practice of various alphabets, dots and flourishes will ultimately culminate in a unique piece of art (or two) for display in your own special place. To rest your hand mid-hour, we will break to inspect historical pieces with beautiful or unique writing. As you gain technique of various writing styles, don’t be surprised if you see more flourish in your own day-to-day script!

Supplies:* Students may want to provide a smock or old shirt to protect clothing.

Homework:* Students will select a favorite section of scripture and a small poem for their projects. They should have the text written on scratch paper for copying onto their large design.

Class Requirements:* Like any art class, maturity is required to handle professional supplies.


Class:* *Yiayas' Kitchen* - Mrs. Duston

Class Fee:* $12 *Class Minimum:* 2 *Class Maximum:* 12

Description:* Nearly all cooks in Greece were taught how to cook in a kitchen shared across generations. This class will get of glimpse of that experience as they learn from our resident Yiayia about the traditional flavors and foods of Greece. The class will not only explore the foods of Greece, but also the products used, the history and stories that tie in with the dish of the week. PLEASE NOTE : This class will be sampling the food made. Parents will be responsible to provide any alternative foods needed due to your child's allergies and/or food sensitivities.

Prerequisite:* As this class will be as hands-on as possible, it is imperative that the students are able to follow directions and work within the guidelines given. Students must be willing to participate in the activities as they are able.

Supplies:* Students will be asked to bring a specific ingredient several times during the semester for use in the class. Students will be asked to bring household supplies periodically, which will vary from week to week, i.e. bowls, mixing spoons, etc. Aprons, chefs' coats, or other appropriate kitchen covering (should fit well.)

Other Considerations:* Hair will need to be pulled back and secured. Book bags, purses, and other non-class supplies should be left in family boxes and NOT brought to class.

This class may participate in Showcase


Class:* *Hinge Pins of History: The Plantagenets* - Mrs. Kinney

Class Fee:* $10 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* Step back in history and witness the era that brought us the Crusades, Black Death, knights and chivalry, and the Magna Carta. The time of the Plantagenet kings show the solidifying of the English language, creation of literature, laws, and the first compilation of truly English cooking. This semester you will learn about the kings of old (including Richard the Lionheart and his infamous brother, John) and see how this family of the Norman conquest spread into an empire whose effects still reach into society today. Each lesson comes with a unique project so you can really “travel” back and see firsthand how you might have lived during the time of the Plantagenets: write an official edict using calligraphy and affix your own wax seal, try a sampling of the glorious foods King Richard II enjoyed in the comforts of his own castle (and try to read a copy of the first English cookbook, which he commissioned), explore the battlements and weaponry and fashion your own (modest) method of defense, and plan how you might protect your family from the ravages of plague and pestilence. It’s all here – and more. See how the warrior kings of yesterday unwittingly shaped the democratic freedoms we Westerners enjoy today.

Supplies:* Pencils

Homework:* Optional


Class:* *Games and Brain Builders - *Mrs. Broeker

Class Fee:* $2 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* We will alternate weeks of free play of board games and card games with weeks of planned activities centered around strategy, creative problem solving, teamwork, critical thinking, puzzling, etc....

Supplies:* None Required


Class:* *Various Knitting & Crocheting* - Mrs. Oswald (Eagles) (Note: All knitting and Crocheting will be taught concurrently)

Class Fee:* Varies with each Option *Class Minimum*: 2 *Class Maximum:* 12

Option A:* Knitting 101: Let’s Knit a Dishcloth—continued

Option A Fee:* $3 for returning students (if they still have their knitting needles) $6 for new students (or returning students needing new needles and yarn)

Option A Description:* Students will learn how to knit a simple dishcloth on the diagonal, as well as, ones with a complex design out of 100% cotton yarn. The basic stitches, knitting and purling, will be taught, as well as, casting-on and binding-off, increasing and decreasing stitches.

Entrance Requirements for Option A:* Students in Option A must be 10 years

old or older.

Option B:* Knitting for Experienced Knitters: Let’s Knit a Pair of Mittens

Option B Fee:* $2 for returning students (if they still have double pointed needles and yarn) $9 for new students (or returning students needing new needles and yarn)

Option B Description:* Students will learn how to knit with double pointed needles in the round to make a pair of mittens.

Entrance Requirements for Option B:* Student must have taken Knitting 101: Let’s Knit a Dishcloth and be judged competent by the instructor or, if new to the class, be able to demonstrate knitting knowledge on how to cast-on, knit, purl, increase, and bind-off. Students in Option B must be 10 years old or older.

Option C:* Knitting for Experienced Knitters: Let’s Knit a Pair of Socks

Option C Fee:* $2 for returning students (if they still have double pointed needles and yarn) $11 for new students (or returning students needing new needles and yarn)

Option C Description:* Students will learn how to knit with double pointed needles in the round to make a pair of socks. All supplies will be provided except in the case of returning students as mentioned above.

Entrance Requirements for Option C:* Student must have taken Knitting 101: Let’s Knit a Dishcloth and be judged competent by the instructor or, if new to the class, be able to demonstrate knitting knowledge on how to cast-on, knit, purl, make an increase, and bind-off. Students in Option C must be 10 years old or older.

Option D:* Knitting for Experienced Knitters: Let’s Knit a Stocking Hat

Option D Fee:* $6 for returning students (if they have a set of size 7 double pointed needles) $9 for new students (all supplies will be provided)

Option D Description:* Students will learn to use double pointed needles to knit a winter hat in the round. All supplies will be provided as detailed below.

Entrance Requirements for Option D:* Student must have taken Knitting 101: Let’s Knit a Dishcloth and be judged competent by the instructor or, if new to the class, be able to demonstrate knitting knowledge on how to cast-on, knit, purl, make an increase, and bind-off. Students in Option D must be 10 years old or older.

Supplies:* for Option A through D : With the exception of the returning students (bringing their needles and yarn from previous semester) all supplies will be provided.

Option E:* Crocheting 101: Let’s Make Granny Squares

Option E Fee:* $2 for returning students (if they still have their hook & yarn). $6 for new students.

Option E Description:* Students will learn the basics of crocheting with a crochet hook: making a chain, joining, single crochet, and double crochet. The stitches are combined to make Granny Squares (approx. 8” x 8”).

Entrance Requirements for Option E:* Students in Option E must be 10 years old or older.

Option F:* Let’s Just Knit and/or Crochet

Option F Fee:* $2 for all students (if they have their own hook, needles, & yarn)

Option F Description:* Students may bring a project that they would like to do or one that they have already started.


Class:* *Business Ethics and Etiquette* - Mrs. Kinney

Class Fee:* $7 *Class Minimum:* 4 *Class Maximum:* 20

Description:* This class will help you gain winning practices to ensure your best foot steps forward in the workplace. This semester you will: create a solid cover letter and resume, learn the rules of a business luncheon, consider how dress and grooming will impact your career, write a sincere and memorable post-interview thank you note, practice interview questions, and discuss modern issues in workplace ethics. Proper email and virtual usage will also play central to the conversation of today’s work environment. Make sure you’re ready to walk confidently into your first interviews.

Supplies:* Paper and pen/pencil

Homework:* Ideally, students will type their resumes mid-semester for sharing in class after we cover the components therein. If a computer is not available, a hand-written practice one will suffice for our needs.