East Asian History Course Analysis
Since I do not have a passion for history or politics this was a difficult class for me in several ways, and the desire to want to learn about it at times was difficult to maintain. No matter how awful that sounds, it is the truth. I do enjoy and have a fondness towards East Asia and the numerous cultures it provides, but learning about the disputes and often childlike politics between the nations is what I dislike the most.
Reflection on any class is important because of the hope that students will form ideas from each course and mold them together. If you think back on the goals that a course was meant to achieve then you can analyze how you have changed. Some people may think differently than they did before. Even if someone does not change their stance on an idea, at least they have hopefully been exposed to other possibilities and can criticize their original