Pretty easy, overall.
I recommend this course, with this professor, because you get to spend most of the classes discussing the topics with your classmates and the professor. There are about 3 essays and, an oral report and a group project. I believe that all of the essays were supposed to be oral, or at least most of them, but we didn't get to all of them due to all the time talking.
The highlights of this course was the president essay, and getting to talk, work on other assignments, study etc while in class.
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Advice for students:
Warning: Professor Morris will give you a syllabus and list off assignments to be done. They are supposed to all be done orally but, you will not get to them all most likely. In fact, you will probably get through the first one, and the group project, maybe a few people will speak on the third one. But, just because you don't get to it vocally, doesn't mean he won't still expect all the essays to be turned in physically instead. That could mean up to 4 essays all expected to be turned in by the end of the year. This is because he just has people take turns presenting(this can be done sitting down, reading off your paper or a full blown powerpoint presentation), after or during a lot of discussions. So what happens, is by the end we don't get done with everything and-during the last week-he'll say just turn everything in physically. So, get at least drafts of all the essays done throughout the semester. Unless you want to write those essays all at once. For me, it was only two for that class because I made sure to be one of the first to present and get my work out the way, I recommend this as well.