Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because it sufficiently develops the skills you need to perform college-level writing.
I learned a great deal about the elements of writing, including the artistic proofs of ethos, logos, and pathos, disposition or structure, and style involving diction and figurative language. I also tested out different kinds of writing and utilized them to understand, evaluate, and explain novels, poems, and short stories. This improved my ability to create varied and impactful syntactic structures, organize information logically, and balance generalizations with descriptive details. I wrote very often in my Writer's Notebook, revising and producing final drafts regularly. Eventually, this compiled into a writing portfolio, where my works were archived.
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Advice for students:
Plan time within your schedule to complete reading assignments! This course will not wait for you to catch up. At the same time, do not rush through them - read the material that is given to you at least twice, as it may be complicated and dense. Allow yourself a chance to digest the information.