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Wow, cool. I've never taken CLST 105, but it sounds like it might be valuable for you to get used to the idea instead of avoiding it for that reason alone. So yes, I will confidently say that participation and willingness to talk in class will factor into your overall grade. Source: I'm Michael Griffin.
If this is any help - here's a bit about the approach of the two courses. See you in Sept for phil 211! Thanks for the help, Dr Griffin. The class is a TON of memorization and you have to attend lectures so steer clear if that's not your thing but otherwise it's not particularly difficult (I got 96% with a minimal amount of effort). The amazing prof I took it with last year isn't teaching it this year but apparently the other profs are great too. r/UBC. CLST 105 public speaking? CLST 105: Greek and Roman Mythology: I liked this course a lot, and the prof (Michael Griffin) was great. I don't know much about CLST 105 to be quite honest. I absolutely despite public speaking so I might drop this course depending on how bad it is. It was reasonably heavy in reading which I think caused a lot of people to do less well, but if you are actually interested in it, it's not too hard to get through it.
I just read the course syllabus and it says that there is public speaking in the discussions? I have not taken any EOSC courses so I can't comment on that particularly, but last year I took CLST 105 and it was by far my favourite course (and I'm a biology major haha). The prof I had isn't teaching this term, but our class average was 66 and I had an 84. I'm starting second year in September and am interested in taking an intro course to Greek philosophy/life but am not sure which to take. It was not very challenging IMO as my friends and I crammed the entire course before the final exam, although methods of studying vary from person to person. It didn't cost anything for me since I borrowed the textbook from a friend, but I wish I hadn't! The online community of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada!
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