Pretty easy, overall.
The course is a great way to learn how to write to a specific audience, which is an incredibly useful tool to have. Throughout the course, there are only a few essays to write, 4-5, and with each, there is a different goal for the essay and a different directed audience we must be writing to. The class structure was very well organized and time was spent efficiently. It was a nice balance of independent work, but also partner work to allow peer revisions. The class was simple, straightforward, and easy, but not boring at all.
The course, although consisted of a lot of writing, was always interesting, new, and pretty easy. I learned a lot about the importance of knowing who you're writing to and the impact it can have on your writing. One on one discussions with the professor or classmates helped me shape and rework my essays to not only explain my topic, but to do so in a way that made the paper seem representative of my writing style, which is something I would consider a highlight.
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Advice for students:
Do not slack off and do the assignments last minute. Writing takes time and you should put in a lot of effort to organize your essay and thoroughly discuss the topic of your choice.