Best teacher I ever had. He had a great deal of enthusiasm for the subject he taught, balanced a good sense of humor with dedication and a helpful teaching technique (focusing on the students' progress and enthusiasm for the subject rather than their grades). He made the class difficult because he wanted students to actually LEARN the language. And I'd say that in their own way, all students made a great deal of progress.
One of the best Spanish teachers I've had. He really wants his students to learn the language. Presentations always made me nervous, but the fact that he allowed you one on one time outside of class t
I think he's a great teacher, difficult but effective. He puts a lot into his classes and it shows.
Spanish 3 is difficult. it should be. it's an honors course. boldon gets a bad rap because he makes the class challenging. i find it enjoyable and a good time
omg, he gave Sooooo much work every night. I couldn't stomach any more spanish after that class. Big load for sure
If you had a good start in 1 and 2, then you have nothing to fear with boldon in 3. he's thorough and fair and his students speak the language very well!
Yes, Senor Boldon is very tough, but he only tries to push his kids to a point where they are successful. He makes it more than possible to get a C.
Third-year Spanish is reputedly the most difficult, and that may be so, but his class is probably the best thing for fluency in the long run.