He's totally insane. He tends to lecture way to much and bring up completly randomn things, like his undying passion for Oreo McFlurry's. Seriously. Sometime though he's rather inconsiderate and sarcastic towards people who ask a simple question because they didn't comprehend what they said. His lectures are endless, but rather intriguing...lol.
haha benedetto-isms! lol the guy totally makes stuff up, but he's easy to get along with, and is actually pretty smart
Yeah he talks a lot, and most of it is about random stuff, but in the end thats is what makes it on the test, i don't care who you are or where you come from, if you pay attention to his rambling then your guarenteed a good grade, don't ask any unrelated quiestions, you'll see why if u have him.
let's give a detailed review about b-detto. he has good moods and really crappy moods. you've got to tell him what you want! PRETEND like you're listening. you don't really have to listen attentively or anything but just dont ask him to repeat stuff. great class to do other homework in.
Mr. B is an awesome teacher but gets angry very easily sometimes...don't make him repeat things, but altogether a great guy
Mr. Benedetto admits to making stuff up and sometimes he can be tough on people socially but overall he's a nice guy.
good teacher, hard class but you have to read the stories, pretty cool guy but does talk a lot
His tests with the quotes were really hard and he rambled a bit but he was still a good teacher.
He's a pretty good teacher. He's nice. But he talks a lot. *Make sure you read the stories!*
He talks A LOT but it ends up that you don't really need to pay attention in class to do well, just make sure to read.
I dont know what those other people are talking about but Mr. Bendetto was awesome. He was fun and always helped - not too hard. He seems like he really likes what he does and so will you if you have him and pay attention.
mr. ben's a good teacher. a bit boring, but can get thru to his students. we go over things a lot, so it helps us!
I had this teacher about 6 years ago, and he still sticks out in my mind as one of my favorite teachers. I still read Transcendentalist writings because he introduced me to their writings. Thanks Mr. Bennedetto!