Pretty easy, overall.
I recommend this course to learn more about Native American culture, being as we are going to school just outside of their territories. This course is really informational about why they do some of the things we do, but at the same time it shows how far behind they are with the rest of American society. This course teaches us more about their setbacks and trials than anything else. If you decide to take this course, take it with another professor rather than Josh Clough. He isn't clear on any assignments and will take points off if you don't "read his mind" to follow the correct way of doing it.
I learned that many of the stereotypes of Native Americans are not actually true, and they have a more difficult time than I ever thought. Their lives on territories are not easy and they do not receive as much federal aid like we were all told throughout school. One of the highlights was when we played a Native American version of field hockey called stick ball. That was fun learning more about their culture by ways of putting ourselves into their games.
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Advice for students:
Understand that while this is a gen ed course and it's really simple, you should still pay attention because most of the information in lectures will show up on exams and on the final again. Write down all the notes you can because the notes will be your best friend to get the grade you want on exams.