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    Nov 14, 2017
    | Probably wouldn’t recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    The teacher in charge of giving the class has been very bias throughout the semester. The subject of English itself is beautiful but I feel as if she does not teach it very well. Just be cautious. When I say be cautious its because some teachers will stick to their guns and say they are correctly doing their job or do not feel obligated to give you special instruction. Like the teacher, I have currently, but that should never bum you out. Be cautious but English, in general, is great just stay true to your writing and stand for what you believe. Show the teacher that you are willing to learn but also express your thoughts through a professional style of English.

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    Throughout the course, I have learned about how to do an MLA citation page by hand without using a citation machine. Because of my teacher, teaches us as if we were in kindergarten, I can't really type down anything else than the above. I will say this, I have learned the behavior of certain people. How they react to criticism and how they handle "under-pressure" situations. When it comes to this class being a college-level credit, work is more demanding. For example, one cannot procrastinate like you did back in middle school. You must always set a schedule for yourself and stick to it.

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    3-5 hours

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    Remeber to always ask questions. Never be afraid to ask the teacher if you feel your work will not turn out to be a 100. As a student I always strive to get the highest grade possible, that is why I always ask the teacher to review my work or give me pointers. Remember that you can always study in a group, with students in your class you feel has a better grasp of the material. Don't be ashamed if you don't understand, its okay. Everyone is different and at some point in time, each one of you will find your academic strength.

    • Fall 2017
    • DOMINIQUE VASQUEZ
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