She is a nice person. When it comes to writing essays or projects though, the feedback or instructions can be vague, which may be why it's stressful to get those good grades. Even if you ask for more detailed feedback, the best she could say may not be clear to us. If you want essay checks before turning them in, ask other English teachers of what she means or A students in the class to read your paper. Then use those good papers as models for your in-class write-ups. "Connections!" she says.
The thing is she can only workable with some students. She usually looks down on the other kids and doesn't really help them much. She makes her AP students lose their confidence in writing because of her grading.
When she wrote me a college rec. letter, she wrote that I was "a perfectly adequate student". Usually, in rec. letters, you want to be called an extraordinary student. She's not my favorite teacher to say the least.
AP English-Very tough teacher, but cares about her students. Keeps the focus on the AP test.Hard work is key to success in here. Communication w/her helpful, will also get her to like you, which helps
Her class is easy if students actually try. She can be unclear at first, but she does help and clear things up when asked repeatedly for a clear answer. She's a very nice person.
Perhaps she may not be the best teacher of all time, but she has a good heart. Good for advice in life. like a mom. Talking to her outside of class helps.
I enjoyed her short story class very much. She was really nice. I agree her grading wasn't so easy, but she grades it truthfully like a college prof. would. Take her class to learn, not an easy A.
she can be very mice but u never know what she wants from you. she never gives any a's
The reason I didn't like this teacher because no matter how hard I would try to improve my essays they still weren't an A or B, with her it was always a C.