Shakespeare's class is not for everyone. I personally love the guy. The first day of school he was telling us a family story and about how he ppl being late. And of course I was late the second day and he made us wait outside so a a few minutes. And his sense of humor and sarcasm are the best.
If you take notes and actually pay attention you should have no problems in his class. You take notes all week, no homework, and Friday was the quiz. I honestly don't remember if we had a book or not.
i have only been in this class for 2 weeks and i can't tell you how much stress i have in this class (honors bio), on the first quiz i got a 7/10. okay to you right? hahaha nope, i never got B or below on SCIENCE quizzes, only because i studied for a fair amt of time. dont stress out like me, his test are EXACTLY from the notes, in the end of first semester, i'll update you guys
Started off the year disliking him. The class is easy because what is on the test is word for word out your notes. Try to learn it the first time he teaches it, so you dont have to study. He is very sarcastic and it could be funny, just dont get insulted when you're the victim and dont let it get under your skin.
Very hard teacher. Requires college study habits.
I am in his AP Biology class and he teaches the class easily because Mr. Shakespeare knows his biology. He is very funny and very strict at the same time. He does not give any homework at all except on fridays when he have to correct our mistakes from the quiz or test you have taken. Mr. Shakespeare curves the grade and is pretty hard to get an A in class, but if you do the studying and copying down the notebook daily getting a passing grade won't be too hard.
I admire Mr.Shakespeare very very much. Always wanted to be just like him when i grow up fully. He teaches exactly everything there is to know about. And his test is exactly what's on his notes. And i
Very smart teacher. His class is manageable. He takes the notes with you. Just write what he writes and listen when he talks. Everything he writes down is EXACTLY on the quiz and midterms. He teaches
first off i dont like the way he teaches. he gives way too much information in a little time and doesnt care if we get it or not. he doesnt announce what's going to be on the quiz. He goes back and
He gives notes everyday, quiz every friday, midterm every 5 weeks, and all you gotta do is write everything he writes, and listen to everything he says. all he says.
man he was coo wit me but his class s wayyyyyyyyyy too hard i got an F both semester! i hate him for that! he could've given me a D he knew I was trying really hard!
I took his AP class two years ago and I still remember most of what he taught me. All my other classes since his have been easy.
Mr. Shakespeare is a fantastic teacher although he can be a bit harsh he just expects more. Many don't like him personally but they can't say he's a bad teacher
hes strict but that made me focus on my work..he helped me stay on track..he just wants everyone to do well
I had him for 2 months before i checked out but it wasnt cuz i didnt like him. i did the right choice cuz i have senioritis and i wouldve failed his class.
He's one of the bst teachers in existance. He really pepares you so that you'll do great in whatever science profession you choose.
he's really cool, expects alot from you! listen to his lectures or fail his class! loves the students, helps alot but don't be stupid! he wants you to do good!
Rewards lacking effort with harsh negativity. TrainsAPStudents VERY well.Knows more about science than anyone in sci. dept. besides Mr. Waddell. Cool guy.
Mr. Shakespear is an awesome teacher. Granted he is srict ,but I had a good time in his A.P. Biology class and learned a lot.
He's the nice, but very strict; well, sometimes mean.:l But since his class is very academic n' helpful, I've no doubt to take his class again, if i could.
He's really hard but he tries so hard. He just doesn't know what to do. He's running out of Ideas.
Ok so hes hard, but hes a really cool teacher. He just wants uall to do well.
I think he is sometimes off the track... Urging students to do impossibles