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  By the end of this course, students will have written a short script in conformance with movie industry standards, and had it critiqued by a professional. This introductory course is designed to help anyone learn the basics of screenwriting, and covers such fundamentals as screenwriting format, programs, the development of character, and dramatic three-act structure. Computer with word processing program is required; students will need to submit a formatted, typewritten script.  

3210X

Start date: 07/10/18

Weekly - Tue 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM (7/10/2018-8/7/2018)

Course: $85.00

Materials: $0.00

Instructor : Brad Saunders 

5 sessions.

Days of the Week : Weekly - Tue .

Location : PCC Campus Location : 
  PCC Campus.

Room :  R111



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  Make it Easy There is a right and wrong way to writie the basic college research essay. This course will insure that you know how to create an outline and develop a thesis statement, and will cover essay stylistics and MLA formatted citations. Students will write a three page paper to during the course to insure understanding and gain the confidence to write those essays! $20 materials fee payable in class.  

3241X

Start date: 06/23/18

Weekly - Sat 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (6/23/2018-7/21/2018)

Course: $75.00

Materials: $20.00

Instructor : Kristen Lee 

5 sessions.

Days of the Week : Weekly - Sat .

Location : PCC Campus Location : 
  PCC Campus.

Room :  R221



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  A poetry workshop should be a safe and sacred place where poets can explore deep emotion and thought in their work. However, if you are seeking a workshop that will simply praise your poems, this class is not for you. Our workshop will involve a deep exploration of your poetry, and we will share great poems of the past century. To begin each class, students will bring enough copies of their poems to share with everyone, and the workshop will begin with a poetry reading of all poems submitted. We then will work through each poem one-by-one, with a focus on understanding each poet’s artistic intentions. Although students are expected to write at least one original poem for each workshop, do not avoid coming to class because you have not written one. You may learn more about your writing by listening to the constructive criticism of another students’ work; and hearing other students’ poems may inspire you in a way that sitting alone with your thoughts may not. For poets who are unpublished, information will be shared concerning best submission practices. Class is designed for adults.  

3226X

Start date: 06/23/18

Weekly - Sat 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (6/23/2018-7/14/2018)

Course: $69.00

Materials: $0.00

Instructor : Craig Cotter 

4 sessions.

Days of the Week : Weekly - Sat .

Location : PCC Campus Location : 
  PCC Campus.

Room :  R226



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