**$4.00 for a 4-month subscription to the class page**
Welcome to Animals in Culture: Captivating Cats Self-Paced Class! Concentrating on that math problem you were unaware of the creature creeping up on you. Just as you determine the answer, the feeling that someone dropped a tack on your foot occurs. As you yank back your foot and peer under the table you see the flash of fur as a frisky feline friend zips to the other room, tail high in the air and trilling, as if laughing, “ha-ha tag you’re it!”. As you settle back and try and remember what the math answer was, you can’t but wonder, do people in other countries have cats that act like this? How does anyone get any work done if they do? This class looks at various civilizations across the globe and how cats are viewed in their culture. The history of the cat, from roaming around in the wild to welcoming itself into our homes, is addressed, along with a variety of domesticated cats from a few different places. The city of cats, the island of cats, and the festival of cats are just a few of the things discovered on this family-friendly, fun and educational adventure. If you have a lap cat at home, encourage it to join you as you learn more about its’ feline friends.
ALL Animals in Culture classes are taught from a neutral point of view and are family friendly!
This class covers:
- Development of Domesticated Cats
- Cats Myths
- Cats in Religion
- Good Luck Cats
- Misunderstood Cats
- Cats in 9 Different areas in the World
- Cats with Jobs
- Cats with Royalty
Other Items covered in this class:
- Links to cat-related projects
- Additional videos on understanding the cat’s behavior
In this Self-Paced Class you will find:
- A Welcome Note with suggested learning pace and outline of the class
- Captivating Cats Ebook (40 pgs)
- Captivating Cats Slide Show (57 slides)
- 8 Videos that support the learning of the different cat breeds mentioned in MP4 format.
- 3 Videos that to understanding cat behavior
- Project Ideas and Instructions on creating different cat toys and furniture
- A PDF document on how to say “cat” in many different languages
- A Picture of Cat Anatomy
- Printable Maps to use with the class
- Test with the Test Key separate
- Certificate of Completion
This class is a self-paced, subscription class. Upon enrollment, you will gain immediate access to the class page and all class materials. Your subscription to the class page runs for 120 days (about 4 months) during which time you can access the materials as much as you want. Once your subscription time has ended, you will no longer have access to the class page, however, you can purchase another subscription any time you want and as many times as you want. It is 100% teacher-supported and all class resources will be delivered via a class page online though not all assignments are online.
Pre-requisites for Class: None
Supplies Needed for this Class: Maps, a test and a certificate of completion are provided, you will need a printer to print them if desired and colored pencils for marking maps should you choose to do so, as well as a folder or small binder to keep them in.
Textbook/Workbooks Needed for this Class: None, all books are provided.
It should be noted that when discussing dates in history both known forms of historical “dating” are used, due to the prevalence of both forms in books and on the internet. Curious as to how I use both dating systems interchangeably? Here is an example that you may find: The Song Dynasty began in 960 AD/CE. To prevent bias, I switch the order around, so you may also see: a date reference like this: 375 BCE/BC.
Due to the length and nature of this class, it is not subject to our Withdrawal and Refund Policy for self-paced classes.
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