Shes awful...the first week we had a test on all of the spanish speaking countries capitals and nationalities!!!!!! I dont even know the US's!!! The homework isnt that bad, but the schoolwork is. I barely learned anything, she doesnt really teach you.
I love Elsie more than I can even express with these 200 characters. She's incredibly tough, but her class is very rewarding. What I would give to have Elsie every single year.
she was in the middle school but she moved up here and she is the coolest teacher ever
she's hard for the class that ur in. 2 is easy, but im a junior in a freshman class. News to freshman... start paying attention and start passing the class.
A lot of homework -- especially in Spanish 4. It's a difficuly course, but you learn a lot.
She is really easy, but people in my class were still failing. She's nice too, but kind of deaf when you try to ask a question or raise your hand.
Sra. is a nice person out of class BUT she gives SOOO MUCH HW,,, this is not honors!!! We have other stuff to do!!! It's absolutely outraging.
I think she's really nice and funny at times.A VERY hard grader-and her tests are really hard, but if you pay attention in class and do the hw it's not that bad
she's offensive, rude, and doesn't respect students. she assumes everyone hates spanish and she teaches with an attitude that shows it
She may be a nice lady if you start on her good side... but other than that she is sarcastic and personally offensive at times. VERY unreasonable with the homework and tests!
I like her a lot as a teacher and a person. She is easy to understand even though it is all in Spanish and even though there is a lot of work it helps a lot.
very very nice & forgiving. very hard, but its what u expect when u come into highschool. great teacher though, she does move on quick, but that was the idea of spanish IV & V. Offers lots of help when its needed, quizzes r easy, tests r very hard.
Doesn't remember anything which makes it hard to know what's going on.
Test are way to hard!!!!! Moves way to fast in her teachings.
Too much work for seniors. Too much vocabulary emphasis.