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- New social behaviors
H808. 7sessions. $65. Reduced fees
apply. (Campus Area) Th 7-9:30 p.m.
(May 3-June 14).
Instructors: Georgie T. Ferris is
former Director of Experiental
Programs, Psychology Department, U-
M. Catherine L. Lilly, M.S.W., U-M, is a
local consultant and trainer who also
works with groups, individuals, and
couples in private practice.
Improvng Communication
Skills with Video Feedback
An opportunity for previous
members of Effective Communication
at Home and Work (or a similar
introductory communication workshop)
to do more in-depth study of their
individual communication patterns,
strengths, and weaknesses.
Participants select a type of situation
in which they would like to improve
their self-presentation skills. Through a
newly-developed diagnostic mechanism
that uses concepts from the original
class, specific individual improvement
areas are identified, and specific
remedies are prescribed. Video
feedback is then employed to help
make the desired changes in personal
style, speech patterns, body language,
tone of voice, mannerisms, and so on.
Registration should take place by
April 27. At the time of registration, you
will be given a Situation Assessment
Form. This form must be returned no
later than May 4.
H822.1 session. $50. Limited to 12.
(Campus Area) Sat. 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
(May 12).
Instructor: Georgie Ferris and
Catherine Lilly. See Effective
Communication at Home and Work for
more details.
Developing Your Psychic
Abilities
Learn how to develop your psychic
abilities and enhance and expand your
everyday awareness. Subjects such as
psychometry, psi scan, color breathing,
aura sensing and balancing, and
healing energies are introduced and
experienced.
H820. 1session. $40. Limited. If
elected with H821, the course fee for
both is $70. (Ann Arbor Area) Sun. 10
a.m.-4 p.m. (May 20).
Instructor: Kay Gould-Caskey. See
Reawakening Imagination (A114) for
more details.
Interpretive Art: Revealing
the Mysteries Within
NO ARTISTIC EXPERIENCE
NECESSARY!
Learn how to use spontaneous
drawing and writing to reveal
information from the sub-conscious
mind. An invaluable tool for
professional counselors and therapists
interested in additional methods for
understanding others, or for
individuals interested in understanding
more about themselves.
The exercises used provide a means
of expression and a healthy release of
emotion - a creative and positive way
to deal with stress, anger, frustration,
grief, etc. A gateway between the sub-
conscious and conscious mind is opened
and a pathway for freer and more

effective communication, using the
whole brain, is developed.
Bring unlined paper and a box of
crayons or colored pencils or markers.
H821.1 session. $40. Limited. If
elected with H820, the course fee for
both is $70. (Ann Arbor Area) Sun. 10
a.m.-4 p.m. (June 3).
Instructor: Kay Gould-Caskey. See
Reawakening Imagination (A114) for
more details.
Photography
Photography for Beginners
Lecture, demonstration and field
work for the novice photographer,
stressing the practical application of
photographic theory for 35 mm single
lens reflex cameras. Topics include:
-Exposure
Composition
- Lighting
Lenses
Close-ups.
Optional field trips will be arranged.
P1601.5sessions. $40. Reduced fees
apply. (Campus Area) Th 7:15-15 p.m.
(May 3-May 31).
Instructor: Frederick H. Crudder is a
professional commercial photographer
and photographic instructor.
Nature Photography:
35mm Workshop
This course is designed for the 35mm
single lens reflex camera and the
student already familiar with the
basics of photography. Natural subjects
are studied under both natural and
artificial lighting. Close-ups and
macrophotography are emphasized,
and ongoing consideration is given to
collateral techniques like back-packing
and blind construction.
P1607. 6 sessions. $48. Reduced fees
apply. (Campus Area) Five
Wednesdays from 7:15-9:15 p.m., and
one Saturday field trip to be arranged
(May 2-30).
Instructor: Frederick H. Crudder.
See Photography for Beginners (P1601)
for more details.
Computers
Introduction to
Microcomputers
for Home Use
This overview to the use of
microcomputers in the home includes
topics such as word processing,
mailing lists, filing systems, games,
and education. Major features of
microcomputers are discussed. Various
computers are compared and a variety
of software packages are presented. A
logical decision-making process for
selecting a microcomputer for home
use - what features to look for and
how much to spend - is also discussed.
Finally, the seminar also focuses on
specifying user requirements.
Handouts provided.
J1004. 3sessions. $30 Reduced fees
apply. (617 E. University, Rm. 260) M 7-
9 p.m. (Apr. 30-May 14).

Instructor: Robert Seltzer has been
involved with computers and data
processing for over 10 years at U-M. As
assistant director of Undergraduate
Admissions, he is currently responsible
for data management and research on
incoming students. He is also a local
private computer consultant.
Introduction to
Microcomputers
for Small Businesses
This overview to the use of
microcomputers in small businesses
include topics such as word processing,
mailing lists, accounting packages,
filing systems, data base management
systems, and management information
systems. Major features of
microcomputers are discussed. Various
computers are compared and a variety
of software packages are presented. A.
logical decision-making process for
selecting a microcomputer for business
use - features to look for and how
much to spend - is also discussed.
Finally, the seminar also focuses on
specifying user requirements.
Handouts provided.
J1005. 3 sessions. $30. Reduced fees
apply (617 E. University, Rm. 260) W 7-
9 p.m. (May 2-16).
Instructor: Robert Seltzer. See
Introduction to Microcomputers for
Home Use (J1004) for more details.
An Introduction to
Programming In BASIC
Participants are taught how to use
the computer as a problem solving tool;
that is, how to analyze a problem and
how to design, write, test, debug, and
document a computer program to solve
the problem.
The programming language for this
course is BASIC - an easy-to-learn
language which is available on a wide
variety of computers. Enrollees are also
introduced to the standard data types
and control structures of BASIC, and
will have a chance to enter and run
actual programs on a computer during
laboratory sessions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This
course is designed for the beginning
programmer and does not require any
previous exposure to computers or
computer programming.
J1006. INTRODUCTION - BASIC. 8
sessions. $68. Limited. (617 E.
University, #260) T 7-9 p.m. (May 1-
June 19).
J1006a. INTRODUCTION - BASIC. 8
sessions. $68. Limited. (617 E.
University, #260) W 7-9 p.m. (May 2-
June 20).
Instructor': Chuck Dunlop, Ph. D., is
Chairperson of the Philosophy Dept., U-
M Flint. Related to his interest in
computer programming is his twelve
years of experience teaching analytic
reasoning courses for U-M.
Continuation
Programming In BASIC
This course covers some of the more
advanced features of BASIC, such as
nested loops, sub-routines, and
functions. In addition, several methods
for designing and debugging BASIC
programs are also covered.
Class members work with examples

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and exercises in the beginning, and then
are able to design and construct a
program of their choice during the last
four sessions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This
course is intended for those who already
have some background using the
BASIC programming language, either
through prior course work or through
prior experience with a computer.
J1007. CONTINUATION - BASIC. 8
sessions. $68. Limited. (617 E.
University #260) M 7-9 p.m. (Apr. 30-
June 25. No class May 28).
Instructor: Tom Lacy is the Director
of T&M Computer Consultants, a
microcomputer consulting firm for
schools and businesses in the local area
and throughout the country.
Individual Self-Paced
Tutorials: Wordstar, dBase
II, and Lotus 1-2-3
Learn these popular software
programs on a state-of-the-art
interactive Videodisc system that is
keyed to the IBM-PC keyboard. The
laser disc corseware provides
instruction on a sharp, full-color video
monitor that teaches, demonstrates,
questions and thenpatiently waits for
the learner to practice on a nearby
computer untilthe concepts are fully
grasped and mastered. Should the
learner want to review or repeat a hazy
concept, a touch of a button re-presents
the material as many times as is
necessary for it to become absorbed
and retained.
This training is available on a sign-up
basis at our office for $40 per tutorial, or
you may rent the courseware,
videodisc player and monitor to
accompany an IBM-PC at your home or
workplace for a daily rental fee plus
security deposit.
For FREE DEMONSTRATIONS and
more information, call the Learning
Network office at 313/996-9667 during
regular business hours.
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Reading and Writing
Rapid Reading
Do you read best sellers, textbooks
and occupational manuals in essentially
the same way? If so, this course
provides a much more productive
approach. Our specific reading
improvement methods are guaranteed
to increase your reading rate to five
times your present level, with equal or
better comprehension. Course
highlights include: use of your own
materials, specialized approaches for
pleasure vs. informational reading,
improvement of content understanding
and recall, elimination of the
subvocalization habit, development of
vocabulary-building skills, and
application of skills during class time.
The first session, a FREE one-hour
preview, allows time for questions
about course rationale, student
commitment, and expected results. The
full fee is due prior to the second class.
R1801. 8 sessions plus free preview.
$130. (Campus Area) T 7-10 p.m. (May
8-June 26). FREE PREVIEW: T 7-8
p.m. (May 1).
Instructor: Reading Institute staff,
under the direction of Elaine Connelly,
M.A., Education.
Writing from the Right
Side of the Brain
Use right-brain techniques to liberate
the creative writing powers within!
Based on methods developed in current
best sellers The Creative Journal
(Capacchione) and Writing the Natural
Way (Rico).
Eliminatewriter's block and fear of
writing while discovering new freedom
to express and incorporate feelings,
memories, and subconscious images in
your creative writing.
Bring a pad of lined paper and a pen
or pencil.
R1809.1 session. $40. Reduced fees
apply. If elected with A114 and A115, the
course fee for all three is $100. (Campus
Area) Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. (June 9).
Instructor: Kay Gould-Caskey. See
Reawakening Imagination (A114) for
more details.
The Craft of Comedy
Writing for Television
"I've learned a few things on my own

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since and modified some of the things he,
taught me, but everything,
unequivocally, that I learned about
comedy writing, I learned from Danny
Simon."~
Woody Allen (On Being Funny:
Woody Allen and Comedy, by Eric Lax).
. .no, Bob, I don't think it's
possible for someone to teach anyone
else how to write funny - no wrong, I
think perhaps there is ONE person who
can, my brother Danny. He taught
Woody Allen and he taught me."
- Neil Simon (Bob Hope's World of
Comedy, October 1976).
Danny Simon believes comedy
writing is a matter of opinion. In this
workshop he teaches his personal
opinion of what comedy and comedy.
writing are all about, based on over 35
years experience as a professional
comedy writer, director, producer, and
sometime actor.
According to Danny, this class uses a
system of teaching that helps students
" ... understand the TECHNIQUE of
comedy and comedy writing so that
from here on, for the rest of your
career, you can continue to TEACH
YOURSELF". Danny works on the
thought processes that every writer,
comedy or dramatic, must go though in
order to develop each and every script.
He explores such aspects as the joke
itself, and then proceeds to consider
variety shows and situation comedies.
He also creates conditions similar to
what a writer faces in any writer's
conference room, and demonstrates
why it is a must to be able to think and
write "on your feet".
At the end of the course, writing
groups are formed so that participants
can continue to meet and possibly
collaborate with others with whom they
can develop a professional rapport.
R1808. INTRODUCTION -
COMEDY. 3 sessions. $250. Limited to
40. No tape recorders allowed. (Ann
Arbor Area) F 2:30-8:30 p.m. (June 22)
and Sat. and Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (June
23-24).
Instructor: Danny Simon's writing
credits in the early years of television
include Broadway Open House, Your
Show-of Shows, and The Colgate
Comedy Hour. He has written for
dozens of situation comedies, among
them Make Room for Daddy, Bachelor
Father, My Three Sons, McHale's
Navy, and The Real McCoys. For three
years, he was head writer and director
of The Kraft Music Hall. He has also
directed The Carol Burnett Showand

The Mac Da vis Show. More recently,
he has worked on One Day at a Time,
The Facts of Life, and Diff'rent
Strokes.
He has alsomwritten for comedians
such as Milton Berle, Henny
Youngman, Jackie Gleason, Sid
Caesar, Phil Silvers, and many more.
For the past 4 years Danny has been
lecturing and teaching his comedy
writing workshop at universities and
colleges all across the country.
Continuation Craft of
Comedy Writing for
Theatre and Film
A continuation of the Craft of Comedy
Writing for Television. After a short
review of the basic concepts and
principles, Danny presents new
material on comedy writing for stage
and screen.
Since this class builds upon the
foundation presented in the first class
(R1808), it is only open tothose who
have taken the introductory course.
R1811. CONTINUATION
COMEDY. 3 sessions. $225. Limited to
40. No tape recorders allowed. (Ann
Arbor Area) F2:30-8:30 p.m. (June 29)
and Sat and Sun.10 aim.-5 p.m. (June
30-July 1).
Instructor: Danny Simon. See Craft
of Comedy Writing for Television
(R1808) for more details.
Health and Exercise
Hatha Yoga
Yoga is an ancient art and science
designed to facilitate the realization of
human potential. The goals of hatha
yoga are achieved through a
combination of exercises (called
asanas or postures), controlled
breathing, and relaxation. Yoga aims
to achieve a harmony and balance of the
individual on various levels of the mind
and body.
Whether you want to get into shape,
learn to relax, enhance your lung
capacity, develop greater self-
confidence or peace of mind - yoga can
be the tool you're looking for. The
course is designed for people of all ages
and all levels of physical condition.
Please bring an exercise mat or
NON-SKID throw rug and wear loose
clothing or leotards. Tights, if worn,
must have BARE FEET.
W2301. 8 sessions. $54. Reduced fees
apply. (Campus Area) M 8-9:30 p.m.
(Apr. 30-June 25. No class May 28).
Instructor: Marina Wotton has been
active in Yoga since 1966 and has
studied with such yoga masters as
Indra Devi, B. S. Iyengar, and Lilias
Folan.
Meditation Breath, and
Wholistic health
Our health depends upon the
harmonious functioning of many
different levels, including the physical,
emotional, mental, and spiritual.
Meditation is an extremely useful
technique for helping individuals attain
or maintain a sense of harmonious.
well-being, and for promoting growth on
these various levels of life.

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