Richard A Creese
Department of English Composition
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4.2
Overall Rating
Based on 47 User s
Easiness 3.5 / 5 How easy the class is, 1 being extremely difficult and 5 being easy peasy.
Clarity 4.3 / 5 How clear the professor is, 1 being extremely unclear and 5 being very clear.
Workload 3.7 / 5 How light the workload is, 1 being extremely heavy and 5 being extremely light.
Helpfulness 4.1 / 5 How helpful the professor is, 1 being not helpful at all and 5 being extremely helpful.

TOP TAGS

  • Needs Textbook
  • Tolerates Tardiness
  • Often Funny
  • Engaging Lectures
  • Useful Textbooks
  • Would Take Again

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Quarter: Winter 2019
Grade: A
March 20, 2019

I highly recommend taking Professor Creese's class!! He's a nice and humorous guy who's passionate about what he's teaching, and his suggestions to your paper are always critical, useful and easy to follow. The workload is manageable, and all you need to do throughout the quarter is to write three papers. You won't be tested or blamed if you don't read or watch anything.

My suggestions to someone who takes this course:
1. You better watch most of the required movies (mine are screwball comedies from the 1930s and 1940s) before the professor talks about them in class, or you will be completely lost and you will have no idea what notes to take. Most times you should watch two 2-hour-long movies each week. I find these comedies super entertaining to watch, so I would seldom regard them as a burden.

2. The text reader is optional and I won't recommend you buying a new one, since all the useful quotes you may need will be given by the professor anyway and the reader is way too expensive. You can survive without any issue if you don't read anything.

3. Take notes! Write down what the professor comments on the movie. Use them in your paper. Use the quotes given in the prompts for paper. This makes writing the paper much easier.

4. You are allowed to rewrite all papers. Be prepared to be disappointed by your first grade. Most students will get a C. As long as you make changes according to professor’s suggestions, even though they may be tiny, you will be guaranteed to get a B or A as the new grade. No office hours required.

5. To international students: do not worry about this class. Professor Creese is very considerate and he will always turn on the subtitles. This class does not require any pre-knowledge about American culture or history. Also he is very tolerant on grammar and format problems.

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Quarter: Winter 2018
Grade: A
Oct. 15, 2019

This class is so awesome!!
1) You watch movies all of class for every class period. So you can sleep if you please, do other homework if you please, or actually watch an interesting movie on something you probably wouldn't watch yourself (1920s cinema)

2) Professor Creese is awesome. He lets you rewrite your papers and if you go see him beforehand it goes a long way

3) He makes the class interesting. 100% recommend

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A
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March 26, 2021

I dislike his evaluating methods. For my first paper first draft, I received a 90, which was the highest in the class. But my regrade was 93 even after following his comments. I improved by 3 marks while the rest of the class enjoyed a 10–20 point improvement for no more effort. This disparity reflects how Professor Creese did not clarify what exactly he wanted from our papers. Maybe this shortcoming is because of the asynchronous nature of the class.

But I recommend him. He is a good person, often funny and thoughtful. With this class you need not write well to get an A.

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Quarter: Fall 2021
Grade: A
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Feb. 16, 2021

This is the best English class I've ever taken. Not only is Professor Creese super funny, nice, and engaging, but the course material (in my opinion) was super entertaining. I enjoyed all of the films, they were pretty funny and fun to watch. Three papers a quarter and discussion questions are more than doable, and Professor Creese is incredibly reasonable. He literally read paragraphs of my papers and gave me critiques before they were due and after during the rewrite. Best part, the rewrites don't cost any points and will only boost your grade. This class was so cool, I wish I could take another one with Professor Creese!

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A
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Feb. 7, 2021

This was the easiest writing course I have ever taken. The class was labeled asynchronous, but we did not even have any recorded lectures. One's entire grade is based off of weekly discussion posts and 3 papers which are all extremely easy to do well on. For content, there is a course reader that you will have to read weekly and films to watch, but all is very doable, and you do not have to read everything, only enough to answer your questions on time and have content for your essays. I got away with only reading the shorter articles and/or a few pages of the longer ones and I was totally fine. Also, for your first two essays he allows you to submit them once before for corrections and then resubmit with those done. If you do this it is almost and automatic A in my opinion. This class is a must if you want to do well in Eng Comp 3 and are interested in 1930-40s gender norms and films.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A
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Jan. 10, 2021

If you are like me and HATE writing essays, take this class! The entire class is 2 short essays (3pgs) and one long essay (8-10). After every short essay, you get an opportunity to rewrite the essay with his notes and critiques. My first essay grade went from a 77 to a 96 with his critiques. He always accepts the highest grade and no penalty for rewriting. The long essay is also a culmination of the two essays with some added information. The class is on comedies from the 1930s, which were pretty interesting and fun. You watch 10 old movies and read a bunch of articles, which you don't really need to read. The textbook is free online at the UCLA store. No lectures, entirely asynchronous. Take this class! He provides super helpful information, and grades super fast when you submit early.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A-
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Jan. 7, 2021

While the workload for this class was relatively light, I don't think my writing skills have improved that much since the start of the quarter. You don't really need to read all the articles because he points out key points from them in his notes to use in your papers. But I do recommend watching all (or at least most) of the films. They were Screwball comedies, which I actually found to be somewhat interesting. Also, there are no zoom lectures and no office hours (with remote learning), so you're pretty much on your own, just writing papers for him to grade. We were also required to post three responses in the discussion forums each week, but those were actually pretty helpful in finding ideas for our papers. Email was our only mode of communication, so if you don't reach out to him, you're on your own. Also, something definitely worth mentioning is the grading scale. It wasn't written on the syllabus or mentioned anywhere, but I believe between a 92-95 was an A- . Only a 96 and above were considered to be an A.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A
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Jan. 4, 2021

I was under the impression when I chose this class that it would be synchronous with remote lectures and office hours. Turns out none of that was the case, and the only way I could ask Professor Creese questions was through email. I definitely felt like I was on my own without a lot of support. The workload was much lighter than my other classes and only consisted of movie watching, reading essays, discussion questions, and writing papers. However the topic throughout the class was on Screwball Comedies, which wasn't super interesting. The one good thing about this class is that you get to rewrite each paper aside from the final. So even if you get a C on the rough draft, your grade will go up one or two letter grades if you make Creese's few edits. I didn't feel like my writing improved a lot since his edits were sort of arbitrary. The first two papers are 3-4 pages and the final is 8-10 pages.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: P
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Jan. 2, 2021

Should definitely consider topics instead of professors when choosing an engcomp3 lecture. This professor is absolutely knowledgeable about the topic of this course. This is for sure. 100% sure. However, guess what the topic is. Screwball comedies. 1930s comedies. Directly feels bad when watching the first movie assigned. Finds out actually is a completely unacquainted topic for me. His ratings are high, but should first consider if you want to explore screwball comedies for 10 weeks.
Also, he likes to make you afraidful in the first paper assigned. When I saw my grade, I directly changed to pnp. Turns out the second paper and final grade are not that bad.
I don't think I would take his engcomp3 again, not because he is a bad lecturer (he is definitely goodful), but because I have no interest in screwball comedies.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: B+
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Jan. 2, 2021

Don't take this class if you are not interested in screwball comedies. I find it really painful to finish all these boring movies and readings. Also, there are no lectures at all, you just watch movies and do the readings every week.

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Quarter: Winter 2019
Grade: A
March 20, 2019

I highly recommend taking Professor Creese's class!! He's a nice and humorous guy who's passionate about what he's teaching, and his suggestions to your paper are always critical, useful and easy to follow. The workload is manageable, and all you need to do throughout the quarter is to write three papers. You won't be tested or blamed if you don't read or watch anything.

My suggestions to someone who takes this course:
1. You better watch most of the required movies (mine are screwball comedies from the 1930s and 1940s) before the professor talks about them in class, or you will be completely lost and you will have no idea what notes to take. Most times you should watch two 2-hour-long movies each week. I find these comedies super entertaining to watch, so I would seldom regard them as a burden.

2. The text reader is optional and I won't recommend you buying a new one, since all the useful quotes you may need will be given by the professor anyway and the reader is way too expensive. You can survive without any issue if you don't read anything.

3. Take notes! Write down what the professor comments on the movie. Use them in your paper. Use the quotes given in the prompts for paper. This makes writing the paper much easier.

4. You are allowed to rewrite all papers. Be prepared to be disappointed by your first grade. Most students will get a C. As long as you make changes according to professor’s suggestions, even though they may be tiny, you will be guaranteed to get a B or A as the new grade. No office hours required.

5. To international students: do not worry about this class. Professor Creese is very considerate and he will always turn on the subtitles. This class does not require any pre-knowledge about American culture or history. Also he is very tolerant on grammar and format problems.

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Quarter: Winter 2018
Grade: A
Oct. 15, 2019

This class is so awesome!!
1) You watch movies all of class for every class period. So you can sleep if you please, do other homework if you please, or actually watch an interesting movie on something you probably wouldn't watch yourself (1920s cinema)

2) Professor Creese is awesome. He lets you rewrite your papers and if you go see him beforehand it goes a long way

3) He makes the class interesting. 100% recommend

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A
March 26, 2021

I dislike his evaluating methods. For my first paper first draft, I received a 90, which was the highest in the class. But my regrade was 93 even after following his comments. I improved by 3 marks while the rest of the class enjoyed a 10–20 point improvement for no more effort. This disparity reflects how Professor Creese did not clarify what exactly he wanted from our papers. Maybe this shortcoming is because of the asynchronous nature of the class.

But I recommend him. He is a good person, often funny and thoughtful. With this class you need not write well to get an A.

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Quarter: Fall 2021
Grade: A
Feb. 16, 2021

This is the best English class I've ever taken. Not only is Professor Creese super funny, nice, and engaging, but the course material (in my opinion) was super entertaining. I enjoyed all of the films, they were pretty funny and fun to watch. Three papers a quarter and discussion questions are more than doable, and Professor Creese is incredibly reasonable. He literally read paragraphs of my papers and gave me critiques before they were due and after during the rewrite. Best part, the rewrites don't cost any points and will only boost your grade. This class was so cool, I wish I could take another one with Professor Creese!

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A
Feb. 7, 2021

This was the easiest writing course I have ever taken. The class was labeled asynchronous, but we did not even have any recorded lectures. One's entire grade is based off of weekly discussion posts and 3 papers which are all extremely easy to do well on. For content, there is a course reader that you will have to read weekly and films to watch, but all is very doable, and you do not have to read everything, only enough to answer your questions on time and have content for your essays. I got away with only reading the shorter articles and/or a few pages of the longer ones and I was totally fine. Also, for your first two essays he allows you to submit them once before for corrections and then resubmit with those done. If you do this it is almost and automatic A in my opinion. This class is a must if you want to do well in Eng Comp 3 and are interested in 1930-40s gender norms and films.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A
Jan. 10, 2021

If you are like me and HATE writing essays, take this class! The entire class is 2 short essays (3pgs) and one long essay (8-10). After every short essay, you get an opportunity to rewrite the essay with his notes and critiques. My first essay grade went from a 77 to a 96 with his critiques. He always accepts the highest grade and no penalty for rewriting. The long essay is also a culmination of the two essays with some added information. The class is on comedies from the 1930s, which were pretty interesting and fun. You watch 10 old movies and read a bunch of articles, which you don't really need to read. The textbook is free online at the UCLA store. No lectures, entirely asynchronous. Take this class! He provides super helpful information, and grades super fast when you submit early.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A-
Jan. 7, 2021

While the workload for this class was relatively light, I don't think my writing skills have improved that much since the start of the quarter. You don't really need to read all the articles because he points out key points from them in his notes to use in your papers. But I do recommend watching all (or at least most) of the films. They were Screwball comedies, which I actually found to be somewhat interesting. Also, there are no zoom lectures and no office hours (with remote learning), so you're pretty much on your own, just writing papers for him to grade. We were also required to post three responses in the discussion forums each week, but those were actually pretty helpful in finding ideas for our papers. Email was our only mode of communication, so if you don't reach out to him, you're on your own. Also, something definitely worth mentioning is the grading scale. It wasn't written on the syllabus or mentioned anywhere, but I believe between a 92-95 was an A- . Only a 96 and above were considered to be an A.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: A
Jan. 4, 2021

I was under the impression when I chose this class that it would be synchronous with remote lectures and office hours. Turns out none of that was the case, and the only way I could ask Professor Creese questions was through email. I definitely felt like I was on my own without a lot of support. The workload was much lighter than my other classes and only consisted of movie watching, reading essays, discussion questions, and writing papers. However the topic throughout the class was on Screwball Comedies, which wasn't super interesting. The one good thing about this class is that you get to rewrite each paper aside from the final. So even if you get a C on the rough draft, your grade will go up one or two letter grades if you make Creese's few edits. I didn't feel like my writing improved a lot since his edits were sort of arbitrary. The first two papers are 3-4 pages and the final is 8-10 pages.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: P
Jan. 2, 2021

Should definitely consider topics instead of professors when choosing an engcomp3 lecture. This professor is absolutely knowledgeable about the topic of this course. This is for sure. 100% sure. However, guess what the topic is. Screwball comedies. 1930s comedies. Directly feels bad when watching the first movie assigned. Finds out actually is a completely unacquainted topic for me. His ratings are high, but should first consider if you want to explore screwball comedies for 10 weeks.
Also, he likes to make you afraidful in the first paper assigned. When I saw my grade, I directly changed to pnp. Turns out the second paper and final grade are not that bad.
I don't think I would take his engcomp3 again, not because he is a bad lecturer (he is definitely goodful), but because I have no interest in screwball comedies.

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Quarter: Fall 2020
Grade: B+
Jan. 2, 2021

Don't take this class if you are not interested in screwball comedies. I find it really painful to finish all these boring movies and readings. Also, there are no lectures at all, you just watch movies and do the readings every week.

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