Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The professor, Diana Flores; respects every student as an individual and is very understanding in times when students may be having difficulties outside of the classroom due to hardships that might interfere with the progression of one's work. The assignments apply directly to the lectured topic at hand and prompts are simplistic and relate to class discussions and slide shows. Overall, the student's success stems from perfect attendance and content participation in discussions.
Although I am still attending this class, I have learned about the beginnings of how and when America was first founded and the events that created it's foundation and who forged it. Trailing all the way back to the American Revolution to the creation of the first U.S Constitution to modern day politics and government structure of today's government functions.
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I would suggest that all students purchase the class book, as it is requires to complete many assignments. The class revolves around a majority of slide shows and lectures so it is important to attend class every day with a content ear. The class requires a significant amount of notes therefore one needs to understand that having a notebook and writing utensils at hand is necessary. Also, the class revolves around government, therefore throughout the days, one needs to be informed on the political affairs that are going on throughout the week and should watch local news and national news often as well as being updated on new articles; some assignments may involve your opinion and educated responses regarding what you think about the topic at hand.