Brandy Underwood

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ENGL 4W
Critical Reading and Writing Full Profile > N/A Overall N/A Easiness N/A Workload N/A Clarity N/A Helpfulness
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ENGL 4W
Critical Reading and Writing See Full Profile

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AF AMER M104D
Contemporary African American Literature See Full Profile

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ENGL M104D
Contemporary African American Literature See Full Profile

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ENGL M104E
Topics in African American Literature and Culture: 1990s See Full Profile

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AF AMER M104E
Topics in African American Literature and Culture See Full Profile

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ENGL 110B
Writing in English Major: Adjunct: Memory in Post-1945 American Literature See Full Profile

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ENGL 110T
Writing in English Major: Transfer Students See Full Profile

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ENGL 110V
Variable Topics in Professional Writing See Full Profile

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ENGL 174B
American Fiction since 1945 See Full Profile

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I found her lectures a bit dissatisfying because she did not discuss the readings in-depth. While I understand that she wants students to think about the readings themselves, it would have been helpful if she at least said a few illuminating sentences to guide us on how to approach certain topics. She usually had a list of topics/scenes/passages that were interesting and asked what students thought about them. While she complimented students' reading of the passages, it would have been helpful if she either affirmed/challenged/explained what she herself found interesting about the topic/further expanded on students' analyses. She covered a lot of topics and passages each lecture, but I felt that we always merely grazed over each one, not delving into any one of them fully. You might have a hard time preparing for the midterm and the final as a result of this lack because you don't really have a lot to work with in your notes other than page numbers that she mentioned in class.

(Spring Quarter 2019)
ENGL 174C
Contemporary American Fiction: Tales of New Media and Cyberculture See Full Profile

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