Pretty easy, overall.
It is very easy to succeed in the course. All types of learners are fulfilled. You will grow to love history. The teacher is willing to help anyone. There is barely any homework, but you will learn a lot if you listen in class. Both sides of a conflict are examined, and the class is not one-sided when talking about conflicts in history.
The highlights of this course were the stories that the teacher told to illustrate her points. Also, a project where we had to write our own charter for a colony was a highlight. It helped me in hands-on experience to understand how charters worked. I learned how the United States began, conflicts between different groups, and the historical figures involved. We learned about events from the beginning of the colonies and stopped after learning about the Reconstruction Era after the Civil War.
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Advice for students:
Future students in the class need to know to listen in class. A student should listen in this class and study for quizzes and tests when told to prepare. Also, do not wait until the last minute to study for a quiz. If they are given an assignment, they should complete it by the deadline. This class is easy and there is little studying involved if they listen in class. If a student in this class follows these recommendations, then they will succeed.