Fall 2020 - This prof Vincent is incredibly kind, funny, and engaging. I loved his honesty with notes for my papers. Most of this class consisted of meeting with a group within the class and peer editing as well as reading a few articles and doing textbook questions which were all MC.
Fall 2019 - Overall, I didn't really like this class. Don't get me wrong, it was pretty easy to get by with an A as long as you know how to write an argumentative essay (though you have to follow certain methods he expects you to use) and if you talk a couple of times throughout the classes. The essays were no longer than 2-4 pages, with the final essay being 4-6 pages. You also have to record a 20-30 minute podcast in a group of 5, which was a bit annoying and tedious but kind of easy in the end. Compared to another professor my friend had for English Comp. 3, I apparently had it much easier as Vincent is pretty nice with assigning a small amount of work. However, I feel like I didn't learn anything from the class. All I did was write about racial topics or anything related to discrimination and stereotyping. The course reader he requires is expensive at about $70, but you can pretend you read it as he goes over the content during class in his slides (the books are about how to write and he doesn't test you on if you read or not). Overall it was a decent class to fulfill your requirements but I wish I had topics that were more interesting to me to write about.