Average 3.44 based on 25 teacher ratings
David Smith is a Languages teacher at Southington High School located in Southington, Connecticut and part of Southington School District. David Smith's 25 teacher ratings contributes to Southington High School's ranking of 199 in Connecticut. Additionally, the average teacher rating at Southington High School is 4.18 stars.
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El gato de Sr. Smith

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easyy class. hes mean and gives bad grades on dialogos even when you memorize them nd he definitly hass favorites.

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When you say, I Sr. Smith to anyone, they altomatically know who you are talking about!

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He is very very intresting teacher. I think he is ok but he could be not as weird.

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The first things that come out of his mouth everyday is sacan lapiz y boligrifo y papel. It gets annoying after a while, but he really makes you understand espanol. He is a great espanol teacher!!!!

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He's not as bad as everybody told me he would be, he makes you understand Spanish quick and is very "energetic"

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Senor Smith es el bien teacher he is funny and strange but a good teacher

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cool teacher. i learned a lot more in his class than i have in any other spanish class. i like his teaching method

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Say what you want about his teaching style, but I must say I did learn the material better than any other Spanish Class did, and that showed in our finals

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cool but kinda weird

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Odd man...odd little man..Easy class though

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this is one wierd guy.. he always repeats himself and always wants people to stay after class with him. He is a very bad teacher.. it's very hard to learn stuff

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yes, smith is little odd, but he is the best spanish teacher i ever had. I really miis the games we played my favorite was quien soy yo

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Hes a bad teach but his games are the best

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SR.SMITH WAS A VERY ODD TEACH PUT IT THIS WAY HE WAS A ODDBALL HE NEVER SEEMED TO PRONOUNCE HIS WORDS JUST RIGHT THERE WAS ALWAYS MOR DICTION THAN NEEDED....

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He is a wierd teacher.

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very wierd, i wish i didn't have him, we bring are books everyday but never use them and he always repeats himself.

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Senor Smith is a very "odd" person. ALong with Spanish, welearned Korean, French and German this year. If that's what I wanted, I would have taken those classes

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Sr. Smith is a VERY BAD TEACHER! I have not learned one thing from this guy! He's a SPANISH teacher. So why is all he talks about Korea? WE DON'T CARE!!

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HE IS THE MAN!!!

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WORST TEACHER. All those good marks are from my freind trying to annoy me because I don't like him so much. Noone likes this guy, LEAVE SHS PLEASE!!!

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he isnt that bad of a teacher but his personality is kinda questionable

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BEST TEACHER EVER. LEARNED MUY MUY MUCHO. RECCOMENDED TEACHER!!! GET HIM!!!

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bad teacher

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