2006-05-03 10:59 pm (UTC)
responsible pet ownership
Ooh. *nod* VERY good course.
Computer Ebonics 101
IPMPATO (I peed my pants at that one)
yea... so I'm silly.
What would the syllabus fo that class entail?
Sports and history. How sports and leisure ties into world events, i.e. baseball during World War II, Babe Ruth, boxing, the rise of football in the 1960s, World Soccer, the Olympics (Munich) etc.
Nicely done. I would definiely take that course.
hmm... how to be a successful sidewalk statue. makeup etc... i guess this is all in drama.. but specifically this.
Very cool! I would totally take that class. That would be so cool.
how to deal with stop, deal and prevent rasticism 101
Film 333: Goddamned depressing movies.
Film 334: Movies That Are Going to Kick Your Ass
Nice. I would totally take both of those classes.
Humananity 101. How to be a real human being.
And I realize I misspelled humanity.
Maybe I should teach "Creative Spelling"
To follow up on December...
Humility101, how to not be a shithead.
Niiiice. Definitely a needed class.
Philosophy of Calvin and Hobbes.
editedit and Tao of Winnie the Pooh.
Even though there's already a book on that.
how to grow up without growing up... lessons on truly enjoying your life... rolling down hills, laughing, etc.
Can one relearn innocence?
Literary focus on Dr. Seus novels and their worldly ramifications and influences. (Namely the Lorax, The Better Butter Battle Book)
Ooooh! I love it!!
The Lorax is... like my favorite.
One that I would want to have: Personal Finances - so I understand all that hulaballoo before I get into it
One that I would actually take: Canines - so I could learn all about the hundreds and their specific characteristics.. it would be interesting to learn about their senses and how they view the world plus a bit of history on them... like balto!
I'm pretty sure Personal Finances is available all ready, but still. More places should offer it, it's a necessary class. Much more helpful then calculus in the "real world" if you ask me!
And very cool. :)
2006-05-04 06:52 am (UTC)
as opposed to 'great books' -- why they are crap and why people still love them. genealogy/history of crap literature, variety/criteria of crap literature, gender and crap.
Very interesting. I guess the only issue with that is that it's soooo subjective. What would be the books you'd be sure to include?
Oooh.. sex ed for college students, versus high school/middle school kids.. a little more..advanced if we will?
I was thinking there should be a class on the Kama Sutra. That would be very cool.