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Do your own bloody homework!
Here you go, it's still shit and I'm sure there's a ton of mistakes in there. It also still doesn't scan quite right and some of the phrasing/wording is probably off. Can't be arsed to spend more than 10 minutes on it though.
"To give credit where it’s due, the professor had great knowledge of the subject, and could shed more light upon the matter should you be confused or have any questions.
The classes usually took about 1 hour and 50 minutes, however, from the start she allowed breaks during class even though she didn't have to. Besides, when you enrolled into the class, you should have expected what a niche subject like this was about, and considering it's taught at an advanced level the classes can be longer than other less advanced classes. Plus, she spoke coherently and passionately, often giving interesting bits of related trivia as she went through the material.
Enrolling into a History class with a specific area of study generally means you’re interested in learning about it, of course if you don’t care about or have no interest about that specific area then the class may well seem boring, irregardless of how the material is presented. I can remember at least 2 occasions when the class was dismissed an hour earlier than scheduled.
The material was presented in diverse ways, many assignments included some sort of media, such as pictures or videos/movies. Which is a rather relaxing way of doing an assignment, you watch a popular movie then answer some simple questions each of which requires at best 2-3 sentences.
Assignments were given in a sequential order, but the due dates were flexible, in fact, at the end of class, she allowed anyone to do assignments from the first week and still get credit for them.
The regular assignments weren't hard at all, but some of them did require you to spend some time learning the material, also a great deal of the assignments could have been answered on the spot if you attended classes and took notes.
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