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(Welcome to Introduction to the Humanities Instructor - Kathryn W. Gonzalez, M.Ed email - kgonzalez@careerpointcollege.edu)
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Welcome to Introduction to Humanities
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This section allows you to place information about the topic or week.  It could be an introduction to the unit of study or a short summary of the weekly plan.  Activities and resources are listed below this section.
  
Instructor - Kathryn W. Gonzalez, M.Ed
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Each summary should be very short so that the course page doesn't become too long. If you find yourself wanting to say more than a sentence or two then consider adding a resource to this topic instead (for example, the first activity might be a page called About This Topic).
  
email - kgonzalez@careerpointcollege.edu
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Caution:  Use only a few very descriptive words in a summary so that the Jump To menu is meaningful and clean.  Use a label to write a longer summary/description.
  
 
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[[Category:Course]]
This course focuses on representative works of literature, history, philosophy, music, and a wide range of visual and performance arts. Students analyze and evaluate creative works in areas such as painting, poetry, drama, dance, film, and architecture. This is a required general education course for a BS in Business Administration, Health Care Administration, and Information Technology.
 

Revision as of 10:52, 27 June 2011

This section allows you to place information about the topic or week. It could be an introduction to the unit of study or a short summary of the weekly plan. Activities and resources are listed below this section.

Each summary should be very short so that the course page doesn't become too long. If you find yourself wanting to say more than a sentence or two then consider adding a resource to this topic instead (for example, the first activity might be a page called About This Topic).

Caution: Use only a few very descriptive words in a summary so that the Jump To menu is meaningful and clean. Use a label to write a longer summary/description.