Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Garcia is very knowledgeable in the topic and is quick to answer any questions. She's very energetic in class and uses a lot of examples to help her students relate to the material. In fact, she asks all of her students' majors at the beginning of term and uses those majors as a guideline for which examples will make the material most relatable.
During this course, you will learn how to think critically, make good arguments, and notice when arguments from others are not reasonable. It's interesting to see that a lot of the arguments that are made each day on the media, in politics, and even in social interactions are filled with fallacies. This course equips you to be able to think about problems and situations in a logical method, which is a true skill for your career and everyday life.
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Advice for students:
Do not be mistaken by Garcia's fun nature and believe that you will be able to achieve an A without any effort. Her exams are challenging and she can be a difficult grader when it comes to the essay and speech. Put forth your best effort into all of your projects. Also, make sure to come to class. The material is easy to understand in Garcia's lectures, but difficult in the textbook.