I found the syllabus to be highly informative not only regarding assignments and how to do well in the course, but also in its general description of the content we will be studying. The paragraphs following the course description bullet points were particularly persuasive since it gave me an overview of the topics that will be discussed this semester.
2. Did you learn anything from the text and if so, what was it? Was your thinking changed in any way?
I believe the purpose of the syllabus is to inform the student about the course. By thoroughly reading the syllabus I learned how to do well in the course and developed new ideas surrounding food policy. Despite brief, the syllabus encouraged me to think of food as a form of political and individual identity, which I had not considered before.
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How is this reading useful to academia? How is it useful to life?
The syllabus is useful to academia by laying out the learning outcomes for WRT 205. It is also useful to a more general public because it does outline the characteristics of a strong writer and critical researcher, something anyone can benefit from.
4. Would you recommend this particular text to be used in future classes? Why or why not?
I would recommend this text to be used in future Studio 2: Critical Research and Writing classes because it is comprehensive and details, both regarding the learning outcomes and the theme that will be explored in the class. However, I think updates should be made every semester so that it always provides the maximum amount of help to