She talked about students and called them names behind their backs. No business being a teacher.
I had Mrs. Day in the late 1990s. She taught me so many basics about English--esp. grammar. She was a stickler for tradition and now that I teach high school, I have come to really appreciate it.
Just terrible. She was suspicious of anyone who was creative or different. I dropped AP English because of her and excelled with Mr. Franczyk. Now I'm a PHd at an Ivy school. No thanks to her.
Mrs. Day is a wonderful teacher! She is always willing to help and will sit down and talk with you about any tests/essays you feel you deserve more points on. I have had my grade raised more than once
i have her for honors and i love her! she knows what shes talking about, and she likes her students if you want to learn
Hmmm.... this woman... i dont thinx so. she is very unfair with her whole test thing cuz she doesnt go over stuff well enuff or long enuff for us to know what we're doing! we mine as well only show up for skool on days we have tests, and read the stuff ourselves... we'd get a better grade then going and then feeling like u know it but yet u get questions that have nothing to do with the main idea she talked bout... oh well other than that, she was allrite.
she was a great teacher and explains things really well
Mrs. Day is a well educated in her field. Her class, however, has a high level of difficulty.
Mrs. Day expects a lot from her students, but doesn't necesarily give back what a student would expect of her. Her tests are entirely too long.
Mrs.Day was one of the most compassionate teachers that I have EVER encountered. She was tough, but pushed me more.