Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I absolutely loved Dr. Powers' class! It was a challenging yet rewarding and interesting course. I learned a lot and enjoyed it! Dr. Powers is nice, energetic, intelligent and makes class fun. The class also ended in a student publication paper, we worked on the paper all semester. She is very helpful so, if you need help, ask!
In Dr. Power's class, you do an individual writing project on an animal. You learn an extensive amount about that animal. If you meet her requirements, you will get your paper published. You also learn about every phylum animal, their properties and examples to go with them. The class is also riddled with interesting facts which are extra credit on her tests. The first half of the semester is about animals and the second half, plants. The first half of the course, in my opinion is more interesting, but that's because I am looking at veterinarian options. You learn a great deal in her course and can relate it to the outside world. I still catch myself stopping by to ask her questions about things I've thought of.
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Advice for students:
STUDY. STUDY. STUDY. Definitely show up for class. She gives extra credit quizzes when she notices people are absent. Those quizzes DEFINITELY add up at the end of the semester.