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Always Do the Reading
Pretty easy, overall.
Prof. Wells is a very passionate and caring teacher. I no offense to these person, but some come into a college setting think that professors have to remind you of deadlines and will give you chance after chance to makeup an assignment. Unfortunate for these persons, this is a false reality, but Ms. Neena is more considerate than the average professor. She will work with you to help you obtain at least a decent grade in her course. However, this is not saying she will you let you do what you want without any consequences. As long as one abides to what the syllabus says, they will have no problem.
I've taking three courses with her, including this one, and everytime I learn and appreciate new ideologies and concepts that are highlighted in literature.This class has encouraged me to learn of new ways of thinking and take an interest in the many controversial topics seen in literature. Her classes are encouraged to hold discussion and introduce new ways of thinking to fellow classmates.
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Read the syllabus and abide to it, because the syllabus is always right. Never miss a day of class, but if you should find out what was covered at all cost. For those who aren't great writers, always have it checked by the tutoring lab. She doesn't grade very harshly, but she will not hold back on people making the same mistakes (it means you aren't reading her comments, getting better at writing, or both). Always take notes, do the study guides when she gives them, and read the required text before class. These simple things will guarantee an A in the class.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this class because it helped push me to become a better organized person. This was a great building block to help strengthen myself mentally, socially, psychologically, and emotionally for the world and society in general. These are all basic skills that I've improved on that I can apply in real life situations in society.
The skills that I've learned through this course were building on creativity, time efficiency, and memory. For example, I had to work on essays frequently in class where I had to keep refining and critiquing any ideas I thought may needed to become stronger by adding more detail. Time efficiency was another major skill that I greatly improved on, because through my studies outside of literature class I was always assigned homework and had to read my textbook very often. I always took notes after reading what I though was an important note to write from the text, and every week I had a quiz on the pages of text I was assigned to read the previous day(s). Having been quizzed every week pushed me to read more and become more self-responsible for what was to come. Lastly, memory was very important because I've acquired certain important information from the text that I studied and utilized the knowledge I've gained to answer certain question(s).
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The advice I would give to students is to become the best person they can be academically, and to think of school academics as an opportunity to improve their human qualities to become a better overall person. Constantly improving on many skills, continuously practicing, and putting in hard work will give the outcome they are possibly looking for. The education is important, but what is even more important are the skills they've acquired or experienced through the specified course(s).