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Course_icon Shona Relationships  
Instructor: Godwin Chireka
Last Updated: Fri, Jan 13 2017
This is an introductory course on Shona relationships.The Shonas place a lot of value in the extended family and relationships are a critical part of their way of life.Enjoy
Course_icon True story   Lock16
Instructor: Stephanie Smith
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Jan 11 2017
Practice writing skills
Course_icon Techno Expo Project   Lock16
Instructor: Dana Chandler
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Tue, Jan 10 2017
Techno Expo Project - Animal Interviews
Course_icon Social Context   Lock16
Instructor: Jamaal
Last Updated: Thu, Jan 05 2017
Social structure and the role of adult education social change Course code AECD 261
Course_icon ELA - Fables   Lock16
Instructor: Rosalind McGill
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Sat, Dec 31 2016
Fables Students will use their knowledge about the elements of fables to create their own fable. After completion, students will present their fable to the class.
Course_icon Miss Sonnet's Critical Voice Development in English   Lock16
Instructor: Alison Douthwaite
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Tue, Dec 13 2016
Develop your critical response to literature as you study A Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time and The Merchant of Venice
Course_icon Westgate   Lock16
Instructor: Bill
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Thu, Dec 08 2016
Course_icon Commerce 101   Lock16
Instructor: Ali Kamran
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Dec 07 2016
introduction to commerce
Course_icon pakistanstudies   Lock16
Instructor: rabiatehseen
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Dec 07 2016
introduction to history and cultures of pakistan
Course_icon food and nutrients   Lock16
Instructor: hamna
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Mon, Dec 05 2016

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