Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Mr. Patterson was an amazing teacher. He was always making us question things like why geography is important and if we should believe everything our textbooks tell us. Before his class, I never liked geography. It seemed pointless and boring, but Mr. Patterson made it fun and showed us its purpose.
I learned that Human Geography is the study of us as a society and how we function. My favorite topic we studied was balkanization. In that unit, we discussed the difference between a nation and a state, and what happens when nations don't align with states. Because in the United States, nations and states correspond, I never thought about the consequences of them not corresponding, so I really found that unit interesting.
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Advice for students:
Read the chapters as they are assigned and take notes the first time you read each chapter. Read over your notes every night so they stick in your head. Do not wait until the last minute to study, as this is not a course you can cram for. You have to truly understand the material in order to pass, rather than just memorize facts.