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ACT Exam Preparation (ZEDU-90801)

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MEETING DAYS & TIMES: Monday/Wednesday 6:00PM-9:00PM
LOCATION:  Southeast Campus, Building 3, Room 3210
INSTRUCTOR:  TBD

You will review all exam subject areas as well as learn helpful exam taking tips that are proven to help students to improve ACT test scores! Please bring a writing utensil, notebook paper, and a calculator. For a list of permissible calculators, please read ACT's Calculator Policy. This course will be delivered via online classroom and students will need to purchase their own textbook.

Required textbook:

     The Official ACT Prep Guide 2021-2022
     Published by Wiley
      ISBN-13: 978-1119580508
      ISBN-10: 1119580501

 

 

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Start date

06/06/2022

End date

06/08/2022

Location

Southeast

$ 49.00

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ACT Math Prep (ZEDU-90802)

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MEETING DAYS & TIMES:  Thursday 6:00-8:00pm
LOCATION:  Southeast Campus, Building 3, Room 3210
INSTRUCTOR:  TBD

Need extra help in preparing for the math section of the ACT? Learn extra techniques to pace yourself and solve problems faster. Succeed in practice problems that cover algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. This class is delivered online but will adhere to published meeting time and be led by an instructor.

Students will need to purchase their own textbook.
Required textbook:
     The Official ACT Prep Guide 2021-2022
     Published by Wiley
    ISBN-13: 978-1119787341
    ISBN-10: 1119787343

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Start date

06/09/2022

End date

06/09/2022

Location

Southeast

$ 29.00

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Adventures in Biology! (ZCFK-90088)

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CAMP FULL

AGES 10-16


MEETING DAYS & TIMES:  Monday-Friday, 9:00AM-12:00PM
LOCATION:  Southeast Campus
INSTRUCTOR: Stephanie McGlothlin

*NEW CAMP*
Explore the many different facets of biology and its place in the world around you. Experiments with microbes and cultures and the practical applications of both. Dissect a sheep's brain to see the complexity, learn how to determine blood types, and some applications of biology within forensic science. Current plans also include a trip to the Oklahoma Aquarium and a behind the scenes look at things. If you are interested in nature and the world around you, you do not want to miss this camp!

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Start date

06/06/2022

End date

06/10/2022

Location

Southeast

$ 149.00

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American Sign Language I (ZLAN-91001)

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MEETING DAYS & TIMES: Mon & Wed 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
LOCATION: Southeast Campus, Building 3 (Communication and Liberal Arts), Room 3216
INSTRUCTOR:  Kena Lundy

An introduction to American Sign Language (ASL) which includes the development of receptive and expressive skills in authentic situations and an introduction to Deaf culture.  This introductory course in ASL uses a natural language approach to introduce culturally appropriate signed concepts related to the immediate environment.  Common communicative events and interactions are utilized to acquire a basic working vocabulary and grammar.  The course includes the development of appropriate linguistic/cultural behaviors and awareness of respect for Deaf culture.  Receptive and expressive skills are fostered through interactive ASL lessons without voice.

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Start date

08/30/2022

End date

12/11/2022

Location

Southeast

$ 393.00

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American Sign Language I (ZLAN-91001)

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MEETING DAYS & TIMES: Mon & Wed,  6:00 PM - 9:50 PM
LOCATION: Southeast Campus, Building 3 (Communication and Liberal Arts), Room 3218
INSTRUCTOR:  TBA


An introduction to American Sign Language (ASL) which includes the development of receptive and expressive skills in authentic situations and an introduction to Deaf culture.  This introductory course in ASL uses a natural language approach to introduce culturally appropriate signed concepts related to the immediate environment.  Common communicative events and interactions are utilized to acquire a basic working vocabulary and grammar.  The course includes the development of appropriate linguistic/cultural behaviors and awareness of respect for Deaf culture.  Receptive and expressive skills are fostered through interactive ASL lessons without voice.

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Start date

06/06/2022

End date

07/31/2022

Location

Southeast

$ 393.00

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Art & Science of Photography (ZCFK-90020)

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AGES 10-16

MEETING DAYS & TIMES: 
1:00PM-4:00PM
LOCATION: TCC Southeast Campus
INSTRUCTOR: Kristine Robinson

Kids love taking pictures but do they really understand what they are capturing? Encourage your child's love of picture taking and photography with this 1 week camp. Your kids will learn about the science behind of photography as well as the art of photography allowing them to tell their story with their photos. They will learn about different cameras and their settings making great photography with any camera, even a cell phone, a breeze (Smartphone not required for class).  REQUIRED EQUIPMENT & MATERIALS Students will need to bring a DSLR or mirrorless digital camera and lens, charged batteries and memory card. Students will also need to bring a notebook and pen for taking notes.

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Start date

06/13/2022

End date

06/17/2022

Location

Southeast

$ 109.00

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Battle Royale: Make Your 1st FORTNITE Style Video Game CFK 2020 (ZCFK-90057)

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AGES 8-14

MEETING DAYS &TIMES: Monday-Thursday, 9:00AM-12:00pm
LOCATION: Southeast Campus
INSTRUCTOR: TBA

Fans of Fortnite we need you! Instead of playing the game, design your own. Using a professional 3D game development software, build levels and assets inspired by popular battle royale games like Fortnite. Students can participate in eSports League matches against other schools across the country with a chance to have their levels featured in the Black Rocket master build of the game! This course includes cartoonish action and battle sequences. Student-created games will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. 

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Start date

06/27/2022

End date

07/01/2022

Location

Southeast

$ 179.00

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Camp Brave-Chemistry and STEM (ZCFK-90091)

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Ages 10-16

MEETING DAYS & TIMES: Monday-Friday, 9:00AM-12:00PM
LOCATION:  TCC Southeast Campus
INSTRUCTOR:  Dr. Ryan Johnson

*NEW CAMP* Challenge your child with a unique STEM camp. Camp BRAVE will provide mentorship using STEM concepts and will teach students principles in chemistry through interactive demonstrations that will also build teamwork, communication, and collaboration skills. 

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Start date

06/13/2022

End date

06/17/2022

Location

Southeast

$ 149.00

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GED Science Test Preparation (ZEDU-90816)

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MEETING DAYS & TIMES : Wed/Thurs, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
LOCATION: Southeast Campus, Building 3, Room 3210
INSTRUCTOR: Cynthia O'Donnell

Science: You will learn how to recognize graph’s features, understand tools and methods in experiments, and evaluate models in order to form hypotheses, predictions, and conclusions based on data studied in life, physical, earth and space science.

REQUIRED BOOK (Included w/ registration):
Victory for the GED, HiSET, and TASC Tests 7th Edition
ISBN-13: 978-1-58894-198-5

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Start date

07/06/2022

End date

07/14/2022

Location

Southeast

$ 59.00

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GED Social Studies Test Preparation (ZEDU-90818)

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MEETING DAYS & TIMES:  Wed/Thurs 6:00PM - 8:00PM
LOCATION: Southeast Campus, Building 3, Room 3210
INSTRUCTOR: Kayte Anton

Social Studies You will learn how to apply reasoning skills into key concepts widely used in civics and government, United States history, economics, geography and the world, and that which is most relevant to human population.

REQUIRED BOOK (Included w/ registration):
Victory for the GED, HiSET, and TASC Tests 7th Edition
ISBN-13: 978-1-58894-198-5

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Start date

06/22/2022

End date

06/30/2022

Location

Southeast

$ 59.00

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Go Pro Video & Adobe Premiere Bundle (GOPRO BUNDLE)

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In this new and unique bundle, learn the techniques used to shoot the stunning GoPro videos and photos you've seen on YouTube and other social media AND then be able to edit those videos using Adobe Premiere. These classes will run on back to back nights for the immediate experience of shooting videos and then editing them.  Register through this bundle and save 10% over the individual class registration costs.

Classes include:
Mastering GoPro Video & Photo (begins April 18th)
Introduction to Adobe Premiere (begins April 19th)

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Start date

04/18/2022

End date

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Location

Southeast

$ 249.00

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Intro to American Sign Language (ZCFK-90001)

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AGES 10-16

MEETING DAYS & TIMES: Monday-Thursday, 9:00am-12:00pm
LOCATION:  TCC Southeast Campus
INSTRUCTOR:  Eric Reed

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you couldn't use your voice to communicate? Or how to communicate with someone who is right in front of you but cannot hear your voice? This 4 day camp will introduce the basics of American Sign Language including vocabulary and key phrases associated with everyday routines like breakfast, and bedtime, school and work related items, and signs used for everyday activities like counting and using money. Your student will also learn how subtle changes in hand movement or hand and finger placement change a word's meaning or indicate an adjective, as well as how the placement of nouns and adjectives in common English varies from ASL.

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Start date

06/06/2022

End date

06/09/2022

Location

Southeast

$ 79.00

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Intro to Filmmaking (ZCFK-90024)

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AGES 10-16

MEETING DAYS & TIMES: Monday-Thursday 9:00am-4:00pm;  Friday 9:00am-12:00pm
LOCATION:  TCC Southeast Campus
INSTRUCTOR:  Mike Buckendorf

Spielberg, Coppola, Scorsese. All great film directors, but how did they get started? Do your kids love to make their own movies at home? In this one week intro to filmmaking camp, your child will learn about the process of making a film from start to finish including story and script development, scene and shot set-up, and the editing process to a final film. On the final day, participants will be able to present their films in a festival like setting.

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Start date

07/18/2022

End date

07/22/2022

Location

Southeast

$ 179.00

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Intro to Japanese I (ZCFK-90005)

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AGES: 10-16

MEETING DAYS & TIMES:  Monday-Thursday, 9:00am-12:00pm
LOCATION: TCC Southeast Campus
INSTRUCTOR: Mariko Takahashi

Ever wanted to explore Japan and its culture? Introduction to Japanese will allow your student to explore Japan, its language and its culture. Your student will learn basic sentence patterns, proper pronunciation, numbers, common greetings and phrases, as well as the 2 of the 3 writing systems: Hiragana and Katakana. You will also learn about origami and its significance and contribution to Japanese culture.

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Start date

06/13/2022

End date

06/16/2022

Location

Southeast

$ 79.00

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Intro to Japanese II (ZCFK-90006)

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AGES: 10-16

MEETING DAYS & TIMES:
  Tuesday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm
LOCATION:  TCC Southeast Campus
INSTRUCTOR: Mariko Takahashi

A follow-up to our Introduction to Japanese I (camp week June 13-16), your student will continue their exploration of the Japanese language and culture. Your student will learn about Japanese question sentence patterns, frequently used social expressions, and a 3rd Japanese writing system: Kanji.

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Start date

06/21/2022

End date

06/24/2022

Location

Southeast

$ 79.00

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