She's an awful teacher, especially if you're a good (read as, smart) student.
She plays favorites.
She likes to think she's right, no matter what.
When she writes a multiple choice test where the correct answer isn't present, and you confront her about it, she tells you that you must have missed it in the reading. When you ask her to point out WHERE in the reading she pulled the question from, she throws away the test because, "Most of the class failed anyway." Yeah. Because they didn't read.
Mrs. Fry's English is the easiest--especially after Hutton English. She does play favorites but if you're one of her favorites, life is great! She virtually gives every 100% on journals. She also deeply cares about her students and tries to connect English and literature to real life situations.
Ms. Fry doesn't seem to have a very deep understanding of English. She just talks about romanticism and Ireland.
Ms. Fry's class is the easiest english class ever. Easier than my freshman and sophomore english class. In my opinion she shouldn't be the IB junior english teacher. If you aren't smart or populart sh
Tough teacher but couldn't be more interested in her students. She adores english and she's fun to have in class. Class is extremely hard, though.
Purely inspirational teaching, with a dash of whimsy to taste
She loves English, she loves teaching, she loves puns. She's the best English teacher one could have.
not a bad teacher, but confusing at times when she breaks into song and dance
Could not be more helpful (though demanding) in terms of the whole college prep. process.
Mrs. Fry is by far a teacher who teaches beyond the classroom. Her class may be tough at times (journals), but her true teaching is outside the classroom.