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August 28, 1987 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-28

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BACK TO SCHOOL

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College Bound

Continued from preceding page

time

Sherry Abrams

Sherry, a private consultant in Effective Instruction
and Classroom Management has motivated hundreds of
teachers. She will share the newest techniques known nationally
in Effective Education with teachers in the Greater Detroit area.

The Midrasha and Reform College of Jewish Studies offer a unique
course in Teacher Training in ITIP - Instructional Theory into Practice. Two
credits toward Teacher Certification may be earned.

When:

Where:

12 Wednesdays: September 16, 30, '
October 21, 28, November 4, 11, 18,
December 2, 9, January 6, 13, 20

7:30 - 9:15 p.m.

Reform College of Jewish Studies • Temple Beth El
7400 Telegraph Rd. • Birmingham

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The fee for Intensive Teacher Training is
only $60.
To Register or for further information, call
352-7117 or Phyllis Domstein at
354-1050.

Temple Beth El

L4 MILE RD -1--

7400 Telegraph Rd.

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Sheri Fink, of West Bloomfield, is
a sophomore at the University of
Michigan.

Checklist

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— 12 MILE RD.--I--,

Clothing:

fall jacket
winter jacket
snow boots
sweaters
extra underwear
watch
umbrella

Toiletries:

001 0 OFF

offer good with
coupon only

EXCLUDING

LIMITED TIME OFFER!

Furs • Suedes • Leathers
• Wedding Dresses •
Laundered Items • Drapes

AUGUST 22-
SEPTEMBER 5, 1987

Not Valid With Other Offers

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HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 7:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m., Sat. 8:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.

ONE HOUR SERVICE DAILY TIL 2:00 p.m. including Saturday

017E 1113L/A7

OR 4-1 CL E/

6736 Orchard Lk. Rd.

29600 Orchard Lk. Rd.

4268 Orchard Lk. Rd.

Just south of 15 Mile
Just N. of Americana Theaters
West Bloomfield

Just north of 13 Mile
Across From Great Scott
Farmington Hills

Just north of Lone Pine
Across from Krogers
West Bloomfield

626-9080

851-2363

681-2250

281987: , :

and a stapler are nice to have
around. Finally, a typewriter
or personal computer is useful
in writing papers. Some col-
leges do have word processing
stations you can use. Having
your own, however, can save
time.
I remember the good feeling
I had when it was finally over
— all the buying, transplant-
ing and unpacking. My room-
mate and I rewarded our-
selves with dinner at a cam-
pus restaurant. On the way
there, we were on top of the
world. Everything was done.
We could finally relax. Or
could we?
Classes start tomorrow. 0

13 MILE RD.-t2-

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also find a healthy supply of
school paraphernailia —
flags, stickers and posters.
Finally, if your college pro-
hibits nails and tape on the
walls, the bookstore should
carry putty or tacky squares
to hang up posters.
Now that you're comfor-
table in your room, all that's
left to do is buy books and
supplies. rIb buy books, take
your schedule to the book-
store and look for good-
quality used books, rather
than new. You can save 30 to
40 percent off your total bill
by buying used.
Essential supplies are pens,
pencils, notebooks or looseleaf
paper and folders. Remember
to stay organized. It will
make your life easier.
In addition, scissors, tape,

toothpaste
toothbrush
shampoo
contact lens
solution
shower radio
bucket
Carmex

Decorations

posters
tacky squares

Extra

comforter
carpet
refrigerator
toaster
scale
stereo
TV
food
hot pot
popcorn popper
microwave

Supplies

books
paper
notebooks
pencils
pens
scissors .
stationary

Center Classes Start

The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit will start the fall
semester on Sept. 3 with a
newly revised curriculum in
dance, art and music.
The dance program has
added new classes, hours and
teachers in order to serve the
needs of the general com-
munity whose ages and time
availability varies. The cost of
these classes has been
reduced.
The art department has
also added new teachers, and
the newly formed traditional
music department offers
private instruction in voice,
cello, oboe, flute, recorder and
piano.
bridge,
in
Classes

photography, computer,
calligraphy, museum tours
and music appreciation
library lectures are also
available.
For information, call the
Center, 661-1000, ext. 335.

Nursery
Enrichment

Temple Israel offers enrich-
ment programs in nursery
school, including woodwork-
ing and handicrafts, science,
dance, puppetry and crafts,
and sports.
All classes run from
10-11:30 a.m., or 1-2:30 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday.

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