Ms. Boyd guides you through American Lit with the poise expected of someone who has been teaching the class for quite a while. She is fairly accepting of varying writing styles and, if you go in for help/advice, she's sure to make your writing even stronger. Overall, Ms. Boyd is a competent English professor with mastery of the subject material - a remark that definitely does not apply to the 10th grade English teachers.
(2/2) anst absence. When she ends up grading your paper, she decides it is like a fifth grade dissection. In other words, she messes around and wonders why you lack specificity and control (which is something that she will nag on and on about, so I strongly suggest you use). How could she do a better job? Well for a start it would be helpful for her to grab underneath her neck and pull so she can simply get her head out of her arse. 0.2/10
(1/2) It all starts out a breeze. Nothing but a nice, simple, and beautiful trip through the American Literature classroom. "By May you will be an owl" she says, giving you false hope. The first semester seems rather simple, doing a few projects and two papers, nothing big. But then you arrive at the start of the third quarter. You get assigned a 300 point paper that will relate back to a reading you probably did not do. She insist you go in to help, but she does little of this due to her const
Mrs. Boyd is awesome! She's very funny and you learn a ton from her.