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    Jan 18, 2016
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    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Although some students are opposed to Social Studies and think it's unnecessary to study, the class was better than I expected because of how much of the past I learned. I think it's very important to learn about history because it teaches us what not to do for the future, and it also helps us understand why things are the way they are today like politics, war, and people.

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    I learned a lot about what happened during the Middle Ages, World War II, presidents over the years, and other important events in history. I liked the class because there was a lot of discussion, which kept it interesting. It was enjoyable because as students, we were able to get involved with each other as well as the teacher. The class was not all about listening to the teacher the entire time and not being able to give any input; it was interactive, which made the class more intriguing than others.

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    3-5 hours

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    I would say to go in the class with an open mind, and get involved with the class because it becomes more interesting. There is so much history to soak in; I think it's a beneficial class to take besides being a requirement for the majority of schools. It's important to be immersed with our past and how we can learn from it, and make a better future for everyone.

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