Nathan Deuel
Department of English Composition
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4.8
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Easiness 2.9 / 5 How easy the class is, 1 being extremely difficult and 5 being easy peasy.
Clarity 4.5 / 5 How clear the professor is, 1 being extremely unclear and 5 being very clear.
Workload 2.0 / 5 How light the workload is, 1 being extremely heavy and 5 being extremely light.
Helpfulness 4.7 / 5 How helpful the professor is, 1 being not helpful at all and 5 being extremely helpful.

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  • Engaging Lectures
  • Useful Textbooks
  • Appropriately Priced Materials
  • Often Funny
  • Participation Matters
  • Would Take Again
  • Needs Textbook
  • Snazzy Dresser

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Quarter: Summer 2021
Grade: A+
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Aug. 2, 2021

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A+
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Dec. 19, 2020

I would 100% recommend taking English Comp 3 with Nathan! He is such an engaging professor and your writing will definitely improve through this class.

But with that being said, this class does have a pretty large workload (even online). In addition to a weekly mini-essay, reading journal, and peer feedback, there are two midterms (3/5 pages) and a final (10-12 pages). Even though we did do a lot of writing, no two essays were similar and none were overly daunting. We also had the opportunity to revise the midterms until the last day of class.

Nathan does a great job of communicating deadlines and the workload should never be too overwhelming as long as you time manage well. Lectures are dedicated to either discussing the reading for that week or other students mini-essays. Even though Nathan did a great job of adapting the class to an online format, I do wish that I was able to take this class in person just because of how small it is and how personal many of the essays are. I hope I can take another one of his classes in the future!

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Quarter: Fall 2021
Grade: N/A
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Nov. 17, 2021

I LOVE PROFESSOR DEUEL!!! If you need your writing I requirement definitely try to get into Deuel's class! He's so nice, funny, and understanding. This class is really structured and you will have to write a mini-essay each Thursday night, which isn't that fun but you're given the prompts before so if you wanna go out on Thursdays, you just have to do it before. There's also a lot of reading/journaling. I normally hate English because I'm a stem major, but Deuel had me writing so much that it became easy for me. There are three major papers, two midterms and one final that all have a lot of creative freedom, so you can really write about whatever you want. I love love loved this class and was so happy I had Deuel my first quarter at ucla!!!

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Quarter: Summer 2021
Grade: N/A
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July 25, 2021

A great instructor, by far my favorite lecturer at UCLA. I always felt inspired to learn and I was always engaged in class, he brings the insightfulness and energy needed to be an educator. I'm truly grateful to have taken this course. If you put in the work (which you will), you will gain a greater confidence in your voice and your writing.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A+
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Dec. 21, 2020

CLASS BREAKDOWN:

- Participation: 20%
- Weekly Mini-Essay: 10%
- Midterm Essays (2): 30%
- Final Paper: 40%

HOW THE CLASS WORKS:
Class happens every Tuesday and Thursday. On Thursday, we are assigned an abstract prompt (ex. why are you here?) and we have to write a single-spaced one-page "mini-essay" in regards to this prompt. This essay is due by the end of day on Thursday. It can be as formal or as informal as you want. There isn't like a very strict academic requirement to them as long as you write something. Then, he picks 5 essays to be shared with the class and he sends them out to everyone to review them. You write comments for each essay he sends out. On Tuesday, you go over your comments for the essays and give feedback to the authors of those pieces. After class ends on Tuesday, there is a section of a book (Writing Los Angeles: A Literary Anthology) that you should write about in a "reading journal." This reading journal can be typed out or put into bullet points of your reaction to the text. On Thursday, you discuss the sections of the reading and the cycle repeats.

THE PAPERS:
There are 2 midterm essays. The first one is three pages and the second one is five pages, each one double spaced. The final paper is 10+ pages minimum, double spaced. All the papers were manageable, but DO NOT PUT THEM OFF UNTIL THE LAST SECOND. It takes some time to come up with a good idea that you want to write about for them, and he will help you come up with an idea if you email him one.

MY THOUGHTS:
As a South Campus person, I was scared to take any type of writing class, and I begrudgingly took this class as just another req to graduate. Man, did Prof. Deuel totally change that perception. This was a great class and Prof. Deuel made it a lot better. He is a great teacher, and I would totally recommend anyone to take this class with him. He takes the time to get to know you personally, which was such a refresher considering the blunt way that other professors deal with students. He writes comments about your writing and about you throughout the quarter. He really is a fantastic guy, who will genuinely make your writing a lot better. It is a decent amount of work at times because you have to write mini-essays, comments on the mini-essays, and the papers, but as long as you stay on top of things it is manageable. He is a big stickler for timeliness and he explicitly writes in his syllabus that he will not accept any late materials (unless you have talked about it with him before hand). You don't have to do anything remarkably amazing to get an 'A' in this class. Just do the work on time and participate in class, and you will do good. Highly recommend taking this class with him.

tldr: Prof. Deuel is amazing. Class is a decent amount of work, but if you stay on top of things you will most likely get an 'A'.

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Quarter: Fall 2021
Grade: A
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Jan. 1, 2022

As a person, Professor Deuel is absolutely amazing!! At the beginning, I thought he was sort of pretentious, but it was clear soon enough that he is just a nice, funny guy who really cares about the success of his students.

Academically, there is a LOT of work for this class. If you are looking for a light class to fulfill this graduation requirement, I recommend picking someone else. I will say, though, that even though there is a ton of work, it is not hard to get a good grade in this class. Just participate, do your work with effort on time, and you should be solid. Even if you do not do as well on the big graded papers, you have opportunities to revise them. Also, I believe that the work I did in this class truly did make me a better writer. Deuel, unlike my previous english teachers, cares about his students finding their true writing voice rather than forcing them to adhere to a certain structure.

One last thing I will note is that each we week we have a mini essay due with prompts that can get quite personal. For example, one week we had to write about what we are ashamed of. What's worse is that all of your classmates will read and leave comments on these essays... and you may even be selected to read it aloud during class. As a less emotionally open person, I found this activity extremely uncomfortable at first. By the end of the class, i grew to be more confident in expressing myself, but there certainly was a learning curve.

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Quarter: Fall 2021
Grade: A+
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Nov. 22, 2021

Although at times I hated this class because he assigned a lot of writing assignments, it was the only class the I look forward to attending in person. Professor Deuel is such an understanding and funny guy. He always tells his students to email him with any questions or if they want him to read through one of their papers and tell them where they can improve it. In my experience, he isn't a harsh grader, but if he does give you a bad grade, he gives you until the end of week 10 to revise it and earn a higher grade. The workload can seem like a lot at times with a mini-essay due every Thursday and reading journals and workshops due before each class, but he really does help you grow as a writer. I went from hating writing with a passion to being able to tolerate it (which is saying a lot considering I am a STEM major). There is a 3-page midterm and a 5-page midterm that were a little inconvenient but helped me learn a lot about myself as a writer. The final is 10-12 pages which is a lot but he was always available to answer any questions or concerns. Overall, I think the class is worth all the late nights writing mini-essays. Hope this helps!

selling Writing Los Angeles: A Literary Anthology for $18. Msg me if interested @ 18184145550

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A
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Dec. 27, 2020

If you’re like me and English is not your strong suit, I highly recommend Professor Deuel’s class! His class focused primarily on creative writing and helped me to break out of the mould of writing regimented high-school style essays. Be ready to put in a lot of work for the class, however. Basically, every assignment in the class revolves around writing, but by the end of the class your writing skills will certainly improve. Furthermore, effort is what really counts in the class, so BS-ing your assignments will not fly.

Readings: Every week he assigns a few short stories/essays from the Writing Los Angeles anthology book. They were only about 5-6 pages in length apiece. Personally, I found them hit or miss – sometimes the readings would be very interesting and other times they’d be quite bland. He wants you to also write a reading journal (about a page in length, single-spaced) documenting your thoughts after reading the piece. He reads them but not in detail, so I just wrote in a stream-of-consciousness style, recording my opinions to use in the class discussion.

Mini Essays: On Thursdays he’ll assign a mini-essay which would be due the following morning. You’ll basically have the afternoon and evening of a single day to hash out a personal essay (also one-page single-spaced). Most weeks the prompt was interesting. On Friday, he would select five student essays for peer review. We would read them over the weekend and write a paragraph response to each one, detailing our thoughts on word choice, writing styles, etc.

Midterm Essay: The first midterm essay was tough – it was the most “academic” of all the essays if you consider it in the context of a high school paper. You had to write about one of the readings from the first four weeks in three pages or less, double-spaced. He graded pretty harshly; I got a C on it, which was disappointing because I actually thought my essay was pretty good. He gives you detailed feedback on where you went wrong and how you can improve on the next essay though. You can take this information and rewrite your midterm essays if you want, and you have up until the last day of class to resubmit. The second midterm essay was easier because it was more open-ended and I knew what he was looking for – this one was five pages and you have to find a recent news article that pertains to the class reading that you selected to write about.

Final Essay: 10-12 pages, which seems like a lot, but if you start drafting a few weeks before the deadline (around week 7-8) you shouldn’t have any issues finishing. This was the most open-ended of all the essays, so you could literally write about whatever you want as long as it had something to do with one of the readings. I should mention that while he does assign grades to your papers, there are no “points” in the class, so your final grade could be higher than you expected.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: N/A
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Dec. 25, 2020

If Professor Deuel is available, take it with him. The class setting is so intimate and professor is so generous in grading. There is a fair amount of writing but trust me, you actually learn in the class. 11/10 professor.

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Quarter: Fall 2018
Grade: A
Feb. 27, 2020

Nathan is a great guy and I highly recommend him for English Comp 3.

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Quarter: Summer 2021
Grade: A+
Aug. 2, 2021

Selling Writing Los Angeles: A Literary Anthology by David L. Ulin for $20. Like new condition.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A+
Dec. 19, 2020

I would 100% recommend taking English Comp 3 with Nathan! He is such an engaging professor and your writing will definitely improve through this class.

But with that being said, this class does have a pretty large workload (even online). In addition to a weekly mini-essay, reading journal, and peer feedback, there are two midterms (3/5 pages) and a final (10-12 pages). Even though we did do a lot of writing, no two essays were similar and none were overly daunting. We also had the opportunity to revise the midterms until the last day of class.

Nathan does a great job of communicating deadlines and the workload should never be too overwhelming as long as you time manage well. Lectures are dedicated to either discussing the reading for that week or other students mini-essays. Even though Nathan did a great job of adapting the class to an online format, I do wish that I was able to take this class in person just because of how small it is and how personal many of the essays are. I hope I can take another one of his classes in the future!

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Quarter: Fall 2021
Grade: N/A
Nov. 17, 2021

I LOVE PROFESSOR DEUEL!!! If you need your writing I requirement definitely try to get into Deuel's class! He's so nice, funny, and understanding. This class is really structured and you will have to write a mini-essay each Thursday night, which isn't that fun but you're given the prompts before so if you wanna go out on Thursdays, you just have to do it before. There's also a lot of reading/journaling. I normally hate English because I'm a stem major, but Deuel had me writing so much that it became easy for me. There are three major papers, two midterms and one final that all have a lot of creative freedom, so you can really write about whatever you want. I love love loved this class and was so happy I had Deuel my first quarter at ucla!!!

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Quarter: Summer 2021
Grade: N/A
July 25, 2021

A great instructor, by far my favorite lecturer at UCLA. I always felt inspired to learn and I was always engaged in class, he brings the insightfulness and energy needed to be an educator. I'm truly grateful to have taken this course. If you put in the work (which you will), you will gain a greater confidence in your voice and your writing.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A+
Dec. 21, 2020

CLASS BREAKDOWN:

- Participation: 20%
- Weekly Mini-Essay: 10%
- Midterm Essays (2): 30%
- Final Paper: 40%

HOW THE CLASS WORKS:
Class happens every Tuesday and Thursday. On Thursday, we are assigned an abstract prompt (ex. why are you here?) and we have to write a single-spaced one-page "mini-essay" in regards to this prompt. This essay is due by the end of day on Thursday. It can be as formal or as informal as you want. There isn't like a very strict academic requirement to them as long as you write something. Then, he picks 5 essays to be shared with the class and he sends them out to everyone to review them. You write comments for each essay he sends out. On Tuesday, you go over your comments for the essays and give feedback to the authors of those pieces. After class ends on Tuesday, there is a section of a book (Writing Los Angeles: A Literary Anthology) that you should write about in a "reading journal." This reading journal can be typed out or put into bullet points of your reaction to the text. On Thursday, you discuss the sections of the reading and the cycle repeats.

THE PAPERS:
There are 2 midterm essays. The first one is three pages and the second one is five pages, each one double spaced. The final paper is 10+ pages minimum, double spaced. All the papers were manageable, but DO NOT PUT THEM OFF UNTIL THE LAST SECOND. It takes some time to come up with a good idea that you want to write about for them, and he will help you come up with an idea if you email him one.

MY THOUGHTS:
As a South Campus person, I was scared to take any type of writing class, and I begrudgingly took this class as just another req to graduate. Man, did Prof. Deuel totally change that perception. This was a great class and Prof. Deuel made it a lot better. He is a great teacher, and I would totally recommend anyone to take this class with him. He takes the time to get to know you personally, which was such a refresher considering the blunt way that other professors deal with students. He writes comments about your writing and about you throughout the quarter. He really is a fantastic guy, who will genuinely make your writing a lot better. It is a decent amount of work at times because you have to write mini-essays, comments on the mini-essays, and the papers, but as long as you stay on top of things it is manageable. He is a big stickler for timeliness and he explicitly writes in his syllabus that he will not accept any late materials (unless you have talked about it with him before hand). You don't have to do anything remarkably amazing to get an 'A' in this class. Just do the work on time and participate in class, and you will do good. Highly recommend taking this class with him.

tldr: Prof. Deuel is amazing. Class is a decent amount of work, but if you stay on top of things you will most likely get an 'A'.

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Quarter: Fall 2021
Grade: A
Jan. 1, 2022

As a person, Professor Deuel is absolutely amazing!! At the beginning, I thought he was sort of pretentious, but it was clear soon enough that he is just a nice, funny guy who really cares about the success of his students.

Academically, there is a LOT of work for this class. If you are looking for a light class to fulfill this graduation requirement, I recommend picking someone else. I will say, though, that even though there is a ton of work, it is not hard to get a good grade in this class. Just participate, do your work with effort on time, and you should be solid. Even if you do not do as well on the big graded papers, you have opportunities to revise them. Also, I believe that the work I did in this class truly did make me a better writer. Deuel, unlike my previous english teachers, cares about his students finding their true writing voice rather than forcing them to adhere to a certain structure.

One last thing I will note is that each we week we have a mini essay due with prompts that can get quite personal. For example, one week we had to write about what we are ashamed of. What's worse is that all of your classmates will read and leave comments on these essays... and you may even be selected to read it aloud during class. As a less emotionally open person, I found this activity extremely uncomfortable at first. By the end of the class, i grew to be more confident in expressing myself, but there certainly was a learning curve.

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Quarter: Fall 2021
Grade: A+
Nov. 22, 2021

Although at times I hated this class because he assigned a lot of writing assignments, it was the only class the I look forward to attending in person. Professor Deuel is such an understanding and funny guy. He always tells his students to email him with any questions or if they want him to read through one of their papers and tell them where they can improve it. In my experience, he isn't a harsh grader, but if he does give you a bad grade, he gives you until the end of week 10 to revise it and earn a higher grade. The workload can seem like a lot at times with a mini-essay due every Thursday and reading journals and workshops due before each class, but he really does help you grow as a writer. I went from hating writing with a passion to being able to tolerate it (which is saying a lot considering I am a STEM major). There is a 3-page midterm and a 5-page midterm that were a little inconvenient but helped me learn a lot about myself as a writer. The final is 10-12 pages which is a lot but he was always available to answer any questions or concerns. Overall, I think the class is worth all the late nights writing mini-essays. Hope this helps!

selling Writing Los Angeles: A Literary Anthology for $18. Msg me if interested @ 18184145550

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A
Dec. 27, 2020

If you’re like me and English is not your strong suit, I highly recommend Professor Deuel’s class! His class focused primarily on creative writing and helped me to break out of the mould of writing regimented high-school style essays. Be ready to put in a lot of work for the class, however. Basically, every assignment in the class revolves around writing, but by the end of the class your writing skills will certainly improve. Furthermore, effort is what really counts in the class, so BS-ing your assignments will not fly.

Readings: Every week he assigns a few short stories/essays from the Writing Los Angeles anthology book. They were only about 5-6 pages in length apiece. Personally, I found them hit or miss – sometimes the readings would be very interesting and other times they’d be quite bland. He wants you to also write a reading journal (about a page in length, single-spaced) documenting your thoughts after reading the piece. He reads them but not in detail, so I just wrote in a stream-of-consciousness style, recording my opinions to use in the class discussion.

Mini Essays: On Thursdays he’ll assign a mini-essay which would be due the following morning. You’ll basically have the afternoon and evening of a single day to hash out a personal essay (also one-page single-spaced). Most weeks the prompt was interesting. On Friday, he would select five student essays for peer review. We would read them over the weekend and write a paragraph response to each one, detailing our thoughts on word choice, writing styles, etc.

Midterm Essay: The first midterm essay was tough – it was the most “academic” of all the essays if you consider it in the context of a high school paper. You had to write about one of the readings from the first four weeks in three pages or less, double-spaced. He graded pretty harshly; I got a C on it, which was disappointing because I actually thought my essay was pretty good. He gives you detailed feedback on where you went wrong and how you can improve on the next essay though. You can take this information and rewrite your midterm essays if you want, and you have up until the last day of class to resubmit. The second midterm essay was easier because it was more open-ended and I knew what he was looking for – this one was five pages and you have to find a recent news article that pertains to the class reading that you selected to write about.

Final Essay: 10-12 pages, which seems like a lot, but if you start drafting a few weeks before the deadline (around week 7-8) you shouldn’t have any issues finishing. This was the most open-ended of all the essays, so you could literally write about whatever you want as long as it had something to do with one of the readings. I should mention that while he does assign grades to your papers, there are no “points” in the class, so your final grade could be higher than you expected.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: N/A
Dec. 25, 2020

If Professor Deuel is available, take it with him. The class setting is so intimate and professor is so generous in grading. There is a fair amount of writing but trust me, you actually learn in the class. 11/10 professor.

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Quarter: Fall 2018
Grade: A
Feb. 27, 2020

Nathan is a great guy and I highly recommend him for English Comp 3.

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