I've only had Ms. Good as a teacher for about 4 class periods, but I can already tell the type of teacher (and person) she is. Ms. hates happiness. She is very knowledgeable about English and very passionate, but I don't think she fully understands the pressures that are already put on us as high school students. What's the point of having reading quizzes everyday? How would I benefit from being assessed on something so minuscule? She is very hard and I would not recommend her to my worst enemy.
Although Ms. Good is knowledgeable on the subject of grammar, she is a mediocre teacher at best. Early on, she will pick favorites whom she puts on a pedestal, and if you're not one of those favorites, good luck. She is a very unfair and harsh grader to those she does not favor, giving them poor grades with little explanation. Furthermore, she will also make an effort to silence those same students and/or act in a very mean manner whenever they talk in class. Overall, I would not recommend her.
Mrs. Good is a good teacher but a horrible person. She'll do an adequate job teaching the class everything, but then she'll pick favorites and will make it her mission to silence and fail those she does not like. She also seems to think she is the god of reading and writing, despite the fact that she went to Mizzou. She seems to have a strange issue with trust as she does not let her students go to the bathroom or get a drink without asking. Overall, Mrs. Good should be an editor, not a teacher.
She has so much energy during class! I am always paying attention and learning new things! She also is very helpful when writing essays.
She is one of the nicest people you'll ever meet (she baked us brownies and brought in soft kleenex!), and she's a fantastic teacher. Her grading style is a bit erratic, though.
She's really boring at times and is really energetic. And although she is nice, she grading system is really messed up.
She is a very good teacher, but grades unfairly and has pets which she always gives good grades to!