When I took his class, I greatly expanded my knowledge of 18th century debate by reading a lot of COMPLEX TEXTS. 10/10 would Rock Hudson again.
Such a great teacher. Wish I had tried more in his class but he was one of my favorites
Mr. Ismail is a good teacher. Having him for Humanities I was an interesting experience. The man is very knowledgeable. The problems arose in our class due to defective common planning. Mr. Ismail was always "left out" from the rest of the coordination. Due to this, he taught by his own tangential curriculum (consisting mostly of vocab). This, however, meant that our class had to learn a year's worth of information right before finals. He does not assign much, but grades harshly when he does.
Mr. Spyteacher is the best crossover of spy and teacher to walk this Earth. He is funny, cunning, and witty. He brightens everyone's day with the exception of when he assigns Vocab. packets such as now. The Vocab. packets are the sources of my misery. Regardless, he is supportive, and Tanzanian. He will talk your ear off, especially if you sidetrack him. Here's the layout of the class: 1 hour=blackening Walls' culture, 1 hour=Dissection of some random quote that is 1/14 of the agenda.
I don't care for this class, it is boring and not very informative. I feel like I am not going to be prepared for the AP Lit test, which is a sad realization. He needs to revise the way he teaches.
he gives some of the greatest speeches, especially when the men of the 08 class got in trouble freshman year, ill never forget it
Mr. Ismail's class was by far one of the best I ever had. It's great. Some classes are boring though. But he is hilarious.