Course No. 754 (8 lectures, 45 minutes/lecture) Taught by Robert Greenberg San Francisco Performances Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley 1. Introduction and There’s No Place Like Home 2. From Student to Professional 3. The Rite of Spring 4. The War Years (WWI)
Patience has always been Caleb Whitetail's strength. Quiet and unassuming is what you see with the GFI investigator, but the blood boils hot right under the surface. He kept his distance for years only to see the woman who has held his attention almost lose her life not just once, but twice.
The year is 2229 and Jack Peterson has terminal cancer. He's a dead man walking until his doctor gives him a way out. If he's willing to give up his entire life, he can travel for eight hundred years in stasis to planet Epigog 31 to receive treatment.
The Mayor of Casterbridge- Thomas Hardy (BBC)Drunk on rum at a country fair, Henchard sells his wife and infant daughter to a sailor for five guineas. Unable to find them and overcome with guilt and remorse he vows to be teetotal for 21 years. Many years later his wife seeks him out in Casterbridge where he has gained both wealth and the well respected position of Mayor. His family restored to him, Henchard's happiness should be complete, but beneath the surface still smoulders the same impestousness and temper which combine with fate to bring about his degredation and ruin.
Success is a six-level* course for Upper Secondary school students aged 14-20 years, taking learners from zero beginner to an advanced level of English competency. The age range has been fundamental in defining the most important features of this course. Designed for learners who are at a critical point in their education, Success helps them bridge the gap between their school years and adulthood.