Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course was very crucial for me in high school. The way he taught us was very similar to how a college class was and there was no room for slacking. It was a class that helped me learn to stay on track
We learned all of American history, from pre- Columbus all the way up to Obama's presidency ( it was the 2015-2016 school year). We learned about multiple different laws put into place, how each presidency went, how political parties ended up switching in the 1800's. We covered all of American history.
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Advice for students:
To pass this class, you would absolutely need to study. Every class, we were given a quiz; it could be state capitals, topography, or specific questions about a president at random. You must absoultely know those materials and stay on top of it so you don't forget anything. To fully understand what goes on in class, you must read the assigned textbook. skimming is okay, but you must make sure that you're taking in the material. Don't try to cram it all in one night!!!!! This part is very crucial; you will crash and burn if you do not take the material in in moderation. If you're assigned a chapter t read, do not wait until the night before you have a quiz to take on it. Trust me, I tried it and I failed horribly. lastly, don't be discouraged by the amount of work you need to put in. In the end, it will have all paid off.