I think we can all agree that things will go better if all currently working monetary economists stop teaching their models to undergraduates and instead adopt my modelling approach:
With these basic concepts, plus sufficient scribbled arrows, more or less any problem in monetary economics can be solved, up to the level of accuracy of any other model. You can even do international monetary economics by drawing circles round one monetary system and scribbling somewhat larger arrows in and out of the circle.
These are some comments from students who have taken English 340, 341 and 346 in the past.
English 340: Intro to Old English
This course was challenging because I required a new interdisciplinary grammar to apply to a specialized topic. History, Anthropology, Language and Literature are all relevant to this study. As it was a project-driven course, we brought our individual talents to the class: Two students had an adventure in mead-making, one enthusiastic student reconstructed a lyre and presented a passionate performance of Beowulf, and many students made mock manuscripts.