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Math Success, ESL, and Ancient Plants!

                          ALL EVENTS ON SAN MARCOS CAMPUS UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED

 

Friday, February 20, 2015:

  • Math Success While Reducing Anxiety Workshop – This is a free workshop. Math anxiety is a learned behavior that can be changed. This workshop is taught by math and counseling professors. Parking permit required. Sign up by email Debra Avila at davila@palomar.edu with the following information: name, student ID, email address and date and location of this workshop. – 9am-1pm, TLC-112
  • The Simple Present Tense! – This is a FREE ESL workshop. What is the best way to talk about things that happen not just now, but every day? What’s wrong with saying “Juan have” and “People has”? If you are an ESL student in need of a review of the simple present tense in English, this free English Learners’ Friday (ELF) workshop is for you. – 11am, ESL Computer Lab, H-118

 

Saturday, February 21, 2015:

  • Ancient Plants” Free Lecture – “Ancient Plants, Plants That Lived With Dinosaurs” with Wayne Armstrong, Botanist, Biologist & Palomar College Faculty Emeritus. A lecture about ancient plants, including two famous fossil trees that were named incorrectly, origin of flowering plants (Darwin’s Abominable Mystery), amber (Nature’s Transparent Tomb), did dinosaurs dine on grasses, and living fossils: modern-day relatives of plants from the dinosaur era. Special emphasis will be given to plants of the Palomar College Arboretum. Sponsored by the Friends of the Palomar College Arboretum. This lecture is free and open to the public. Please park in Parking Lot 5. (free parking for attendees for this lecture only) Please RSVP Tony Rangel if you are planning to attend this workshop. email: arangel@palomar.edu Or call: (760) 744-1150 ext. 2133 This event is free and open to the public. – 10am-12pm, NS-139

 

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