Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I had a lot of fun in this class. There were only about 15 people in the class, so it was easy to form a connection with everyone. We had numerous class discussions and debates on relevant topics (all in spanish!), and the movies we watched for class were all very good.
The movies we watched all had relevant, political themes that tied well with what we were learning in class. I learned a lot about the history of Spain and Mexico, how civil wars and globalization affected each differently. I also learned to be more confident in my Spanish abilities, and feel like I could hold an entire conversation in Spanish now
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Advice for students:
Be ready to participate, because that is the majority of your grade, and you'll never get better at spanish if you don't practice. Make sure you watch all of the movies when you're supposed to, or you'll be completely lost in class.