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Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend it because I truly believe being in Puente is helpful. Usually, students struggle with learning how to write essays. In this class, we would practice outlines for the right format which helps. Also, it's a Puente class, we all know each other and were known as a family. We are comfortable with participating and asking more questions. I wouldn't recommend for people that don't like on going discussions.
The highlights of this course were the different activities we had to when we read a certain book. For, Romeo and Juliet, we made a mask and then we did learn how to dance how they danced at their time. When we got to the ball scene where Romeo and Juliet meet, we put on our masks and danced as a class, we did learn a routine, sorta. Also, for Macbeth, we chose a scene and acted it out with props which was cool.
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I would tell them that it's a whole lot of reading and essays done but also there is activities that are done to lighten up the work being done with whatever book is being read. Also, it's easy to communicate because the teacher is really understanding and your classmates are people that you do know. Since it is a Puente course, everyone seems to stick together.