Mrs. Fox's English Class

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College classes are a lot different than high school classes. They are not every day, the instructors don’t care if come or not and the classes are typically more difficult. Many students are astonished when they actually experience their first semester of college. They may have always heard that it was going to be different, but never really knew how much different or why. These college classes end up being difficult compared to the high school classes that most students are used to. One class in particular that is difficult is Mrs. Fox Angerer’s College English 101 class. Fox’s English class is hard because there are a lot of rules, there are two teachers, and students have to buy supplies for the class.
Fox’s class is hard because there are a lot of rules that she expects her students to follow. The majority of these rules were not enforced in high school such as MLA format. Some students past high school English classes were not very strict at all on writing pieces in MLA format. Fox however, is strict when it comes to this. In her syllabus it clearly states, “MLA format means typed, double spaced, Times New Roman 12 pt. font with 1 inch margins all the way around, the heading, header that includes last name and page number, Works Cited page or Annotated Bibliography.
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Having such a hard English class really opens student’s eyes to how easy they had it in the past years of their life. Many college students take several classes throughout the week. Therefore, it is going to be hard to keep up with all of them. Especially when it is hard enough to keep up with one. Students that are coming straight from high school are going to realize that the classes in college are harder than what they have been used to. They will finally understand why everyone in the past had told them that it was going to be so much different than high
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