America in Sixties: Politics, Society, and Culture, 1954 to 1974

Jessica Schwartz

America in Sixties: Politics, Society, and Culture, 1954 to 1974

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Jessica Schwartz

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Quarter Taken: Winter 2016 Submitted March 14, 2016 Grade Received: B-

I didn't love Schwartz, but I didn't hate her either. She just tries really hard to be funny and it just gets really awkward. Her slides are also super unhelpful when you go back to study because its usually just a picture with the name of a song and the band that performed it. She also moves quickly so you can't always get all the info for a particular slide, so when you go back to study you're kinda screwed. The winter quarter is mostly her show because basically every other lecture is about a musical genre. She also writes the prompts for an essay thats 25% of your grade, and the prompts are super convoluted and confusing. She is also terrible at explaining musical sounds because she assumes we can all pick up on the nuances in the differences in sounds from an amplifier. The lectures she gave never lived up to my expectation of the topic. Some people liked her style, but it wasn't really my thing.

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