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Always Do the Reading
Pretty easy, overall.
It's a great multicultural class that exposes students to global activities and practices. Not only do you learn about global religions and farming techniques, but students can study nations of people, as well as small enclaves tucked into few parts of the globe.
I learned about countries I have never even heard of, and my perspective of the world has really broadened through this course. The United States is not the only country in this world, and this class is a perfect way for students to open their eyes to new cultures.
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Advice for students:
To succeed in this course, I recommend that students read the textbook. Tests are sometimes verbatim from the reading, so make sure that you spend your time looking over major and minor points in each chapter.