Un(helpful) guide to ucla professors
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Um I don't know if it's a deal or not, but I had an idea based on a comment that I received a while back on one of my videos and she basically asked to go over Silla by from my English cautious incl Ah, from my English class is, um I kind of thought of this video as, like, a visual and like, audio version of either Bruin walk or rate. You can always, you know, rewind this and listen to it later, but yeah. Yeah, I don't talk a lot unless it's something that I really concrete we know is right. You know, even though it's a good learning experience. Oh, for some of those, just see it summaries and, you know, character list. Um, the books themselves were quite interesting, but I didn't especially like the way it was taught or the way that it was, um, you know, exposed to the cloths. You know, it wasn't as good of feedback as I wanted. Like, I want to know what the professor thinks, because most of the time they're gonna write tests based off their opinions of things. You know, her questions would be very general her answers and be like, Okay, that I was like, good insight. I would need some kind of feedback from, you know, participation like that. You know, things just like elaborate more on specific ideas within your term paper. The present solved, um and then, you know, like optional or additional texts on the C c l E s o. We read a few poems, short stories, but for this class, he was very passionate about the subject, which made it very interesting for me. It's a professor with an interested um, especially for a different topics such as this, Um, this class waas a little different than traditional English classes. If you know, if people didn't want to talk, then we also had a media assignment which waas taking a relevant 21st century topic like social media and finding different sources that were writing about it And seeing how the opinions differed between, um part friends. You know, you're seeing on track with, you know, whatever theme you want to go for, and then, you know, just in outline of what you're gonna write about. I found out, you know, after relating my notes, a lot of the midterm questions were from notes, so I would highly recommend paying attention. I don't know how they did, though you know, I always think it's better to go to class. Um, texts in this class, we're a little longer. Um, I know for some classes, it's recommended or require that you get a course reader. Um, that, uh, pieces that he put in the car seat er extremely long and very dense on you confined, You know, abstracts of this online summaries. Very detailed summary is also analysis of these, um, online, another platform. So I don't segment, you know, additional courses for this. I don't know anyone else likes book athletics, but yeah, so that Yeah, um, that one. I found it very easy to write just because it's, you know, it's something that's very relative. Um, So we also read the Declaration of Independence, which was this really thin book that, you know, I didn't like to write nothing because I couldn't read it. So every week she had readings and she was very conscientious of, you know, like course load. And I think my camera is gonna cut up soon because whenever it goes past 20 minutes usually shuts off. It was very conscientious, of course, Load. And, you know, there are too many texts. In the English classes that I've had, I've only had a few that have genuinely cared about, you know, retaining information rather than just for exams are like papers. I got to know some of the people in there you know, it wasn't too Ah, oven inconvenience for an introvert or like extroverted interest, like me, um, so cost British in peace. Stylistically, you know, you're analyzing both for content for theme, the way it's written, everything about it. It's not that many, but yeah, you had to post at least eight times, eh? So you can get it done early and then, you know, focus on midterms. Um, the exams were 45% of this class, so the midterm was 20%. Midterm was mostly ID's. You know how many questions in each category, things like that. Um, yeah, there was only one paper, so 5% of it was a review draft. So if you were more than five minutes late, I don't think you would recommend I don't think she would recommend coming, but I don't know if she actually held up to that because some people would come in, like, 15 minutes late. You know, maybe it's just to scare people into being on time, which I was always, like, 10 minutes early. Um, I don't know if you if you like this, and if you spot it was interesting. You know, I don't know if there are a lot of English majors out there watching these videos, but that was kind of my experience with this quarter with these professors. Um, and if you liked me going over Silla by or just reading texts and how many there were, um And you know just stylistically. If you want to see anything related to this or if you don't want to see anything really didn't know this may be just, you know, I am working on a daily log, actually, too.