Supervisor Gordon Mar and City College of San Francisco are excited to announce the launch of City College Sunset in the Spring 2021 semester with five classes serving working adults, seniors, and high school students. Classes are from January 19 through May 26.
Spring 2021 Classes
Child Growth and Development CDEV 53 (3 Credits), CRN 33595
Tuesdays, 6:10pm - 9pm
Major physical, psychosocial, and cognitive/language developmental milestones for children, both typical and atypical, from conception to adolescence, with an emphasis on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors. Developmental theory, investigative research methodologies, observation of children, evaluation of individual differences and analysis of development at various stages.
Introduction to Early Childood Curriculum CDEV 66 (3 Credits), CRN 32465
Thursdays, 6:10pm - 9pm
Appropriate curriculum and environments for children from birth to age 6. Teachers' roles in supporting development and joy of learning for all children using observation and assessment and emphasizing the essential role of play through language, literacy, social/ emotional learning, physical/motor activity, sensory learning, art, creativity, math and science.
Mind-Body Health OLAD 7209 (36 Hours), CRN 40816
Wednesdays, 1:10pm - 3pm
Through lecture, discussion and practice learn about the mind body connection. After successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 1: Identify two similarities and two differences of the medical model, self-healing and alternative medicine. 2: Demonstrate proper breathing and meditation techniques for stress control and pain relief. 3: Name the components of a healthy diet 4: Experience benefits from Chair Yoga flexibility exercises and Tai chi.
HIGH SCHOOL DUAL ENROLLMENT
Elementary American Sign Language AMSL 1B (3 Credits), CRN 30355
Wednesdays, 2:10pm - 5pm
Continued development of American Sign Language (AMSL) receptive/expressive skills and knowledge learned in AMSL IA. Emphasis on conversational skills in functional situations, continued vocabulary and sentence structure expansion, and knowledge of Deaf culture and the Deaf community.
Intro to Ethnic Studies IDST 37 (3 Credits), CRN 31558
Wednesdays, 2:10pm - 5pm
An introduction to concepts, theories, and social policy related to the history, culture, concerns, and conditions of American ethnic and racial groups. Examines cultural, political, and economic practices and institutions that support or challenge racism, racial and ethnic inequalities, and patterns of interaction between various racial and ethnic groups.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Speaking/Listening Beginning High ESLF 5345 CRN 40817
Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:10pm-8:30pm
High beginning speaking and listening focus course. Comprehension of important points and details in spoken English. Basic conversations on a variety of topics.