One of the best english teachers at lowell. Accepts all political viewpoints. Does not mark peopls absent or tardy if they dontnshow up to class. Esay A hard B super easy A if u are a libtard
She's great and helped me learn in my 10th grade year.
I had her for Lit and Phil, awesome class! (Never had to write an essay for this class) Also had her for AP Lang , she is willing to really help you improve your writing skills. She is easy to talk to and is sort of a grandma figure. Take her class!!
i had her for Lit and Phil, awesome class! (Never had to write an essay for this class) Also had her for AP Lang
Had her for 10th English H. One of the best English teachers I've ever had. I liked her a LOT better than Ms.Galang. Her tests and quizzes are a lot more reasonable (both time wise and content wise) Very caring and gives great reviews/explanations!
I had her for literature philosophy. She lectures somewhat slowly and repeats herself from time to time, which makes her easy to understand, but boring. It can be hard to stay awake in her class, and there are always 1-2 people sleeping, but she almost never calls anyone out for sleeping (I don't know if she is being nice or just doesn't notice). Little homework, just reading. Easy B, slightly harder A, because her quizzes and tests can be tricky.
Ms.Innis is pretty nice , she's willing to help if you need it. She explains the concepts pretty well and she repeats herself several times. That way you really can't forget it. The only bad thing is that you might be in a room with 25 other sleepy kids. Most students get pretty sleepy by the end of 19,20. Homework is based on completion. She gives out pop quizs but they are easy as long as you read the stuff she assigns. MC questions can be tricky though, but the essay questions are really easy
Kind of hard for an A, but she' nice. I think she speaks in a monotonous voice which contributes to students sleeping in her class, but she doesn't really care. The stuffy room and talking about philosophy doesn't exactly help you stay awake either.
Had her for 10th grade english 2. Really nice teacher. Easy B, hard A. Like other teachers, you have to work for your A. She could be annoying sometimes tho..
I love Ms.Innis! I had her for 10th gr Eng 2. She likes have us talk in small groups and discuss. She is very nice but sometimes she can have a bit of an attitude. Very easy B if you do homework and do alright on the test. If you participate often that can help get you an A (participation is 5% of y
Great teacher. Really nice, but you have to do your work and try really hard fir an A. Very reasonable about grading, but you gotta show up to those classes 'cause participation counts! Overall, what I would call a teacher who knows what she's doing.
She is one of the greatest teachers ever. She's willing to help and explains concepts clearly. Participation is required.
Innis is a tough grader and she is not one to argue over whether it could be right when she thinks it is wrong. Just speak up in class to get good participation and do all your work then you will achieve a B, if you actually try hard then you will get an A. She is a good teacher. She tries to help
I really enjoys going to her class. i used to really hate English but now i have taken up an interest in reading and writing and i have developed much in these skills. Great teacher.
I absolutely adore having Ms. Innis for her AP English Language class. She is a very kind and helpful person. She is willing to help her students improve their writing in order for them to be granted a 5 on the AP Exam. Her curriculum revolves around the topic of rhetoric, which is explained thoroug
shes a cool teacher but she always gets off topic and starts talking about her life, its kinda weird but shes cool.
Pretty straightfoward teacher concerning workload.. you just have to know the material and answer questions.. she's also really nice and DOES have a sense of humor. Last day of semester she talked about random things that teachers do and it was pretty funny. Easy B, you don't have to work too hard,
Ms. Innis is the best. She's sweet and funny and is actually aware of what goes on around school and her students. If you really talk to her, you won't regret it. The work load wasn't too bad, and you go over everything in class. Her tests are a little tricky, especially the True or False.
10th grade English, F'05. She had us memorize and perform a monologue from Othello. (Loved that.) I liked the books we read, but I didn't like the way she taught them. Watch out for the T/F questions -- they're tricky.
a pretty nice teacher, pretty easy. she gives a LOT of partial credit for short answer questions, but her multiple choice & true false questions are kind of ridiculous. you don't learn a lot in her class, i found myself slacking off because she was so easy.
She was honestly one of the nicest teachers I had. Most people in my class either had a B+/A-. Her lectures aren't necessarily exiting, but they weren't boring either. We didnt have that many essys and only had 8-10 HW assignments each quarter. Her tests are usually not easy nor hard.
shes really nice. very sweet. pretty easy to get a B but just work at that A and you'll probably get it. Just those true/false questions on the tests get to you
Decent homework, it'll help you on the tests. Really good teacher, best English teacher I've had so far. Her true/false questions are tricky, so know the details. Easy final, easy B, study and get an A.
Ms. Innis is one of the NICEST teachers I've EVER had. =] She's pretty clear about what you need to do and everything, so you don't get confused in her class, that often at least. =] Her tests aren't that hard, just study and keep up with the class. Her grading's primarily just work, participation helps with citizenship, I'm guessing. Good class if you like a laid back teacher, bad class if you can't pay attention during in class discussions.
she is an easy teacher but i didn't like her true or false test questions. overall working in groups was fun mostly because you dont' really talk about the book but about other class non-affliated things. she is definitly not the best english teacher but in a way she is reasonable.
yep, she accused me of cheating on a hw assignment (told me that I copied off the overhead when we went over it in class). She only refunded my points because she was in a hurry to go and didn't want to argue her point, which actually had no evidence to it anyway...
uhhhhh . . . i dont really like her that much. she's really weird. she loves philosophy too much. we spent most of the time talking about lao zi and the dao de qing than talking about the woman warrior! i cant help nodding off in her class cuz she has a drong voice. her tests are the evilest things in the world. i've never gotten an A yet! she's really insensitive and thinks only she is right!
Ms. Innis is a wonderful teacher. She has gotten way more exciting than last year when I took her class. She's extremely fair in grading and the workload she gives is manageable. She's really nice and takes her classes out on field trips to watch plays.
I had Innis for 10th grade eng 1 and I really liked her. Her tests aren't that hard either. Homework isn't very much and isn't very hard. After you read the books, like Othello, she showed us a video of it. I wanted her for Expo but she was already filled up when I got there.
She is a very good teacher. She definitely knows what she wants to do with her class and how to teach it to us. Her instructions are clear and most definitely do everything she can to help us succeed. I am taking her Expos class and it is one of my most favorite classes. Homework is pretty easy, but it does help you write a little better if you put the effort into it. I reccomend her and I would take her again if I could.
not too much hw, tests are eay but some Qs are tricky. 10th grade english is not boring, went to see plays. she is clear and is a good teacher. easy B
I had her for 9th GR ENG 2. Good teacher. Her HW doesn't take very long and she doesn't assign it everyday. She also showed a couple of movies. She is nice and I would take her again. :)
Definately one of the good and sane english teachers of Lowell. She takes time to explain stuff clearly, and you learn a lot. Probably the most satisfying B in english I ever got. I'm glad she came over here, we need more fair, hardworking teachers like her
NICE TEACHER!...her homework takes about 10 minutes to do...and her tests are easy...if you do well on her tests and do all your hw...you are garuntee an A
Woah, i was so worried about her when i picked her since she's a new teacher, but she's not so bad. She tends to kind of grade you according to her opionion on the matter (expos), but you'll still get a good grade if you're a good writier. She also shows films and lets you read what you want sometimes, it's pretty cool. One of the better english teachers at Lowell. It's too bad we stole her from thurgood XD
ms. innis is a great english teacher. she knows her subject very well. she pushes everybody to write better in her expository writing class. i even think my essays are getting better because of her teaching. ms. innis is always helpful and explains things excellently. Take her if you want to write better.
Compared to the other 4 English teachers I've had at Lowell, her class is less exciting than watching paint dry. I'm not saying to avoid her in the arena, but there are much more fun English classes. Her homework assignments can get annoying after a while too.
too much work, but doesnt take too long. never gives us a break, but shes a nice lady. her grannie pants make me laugh.
shes a new teacher from thurgood marshall and she's married to warshaw!! shes really nice and you can tell shes very caring and wants you to become better in english. Im not sure how she grades though. She might be tough iono
she gives easy assignments but sometimes she talks too quiet. Great class if you want to be left alone more than in other classes
shes a cool lady, but she has mood swings. hard, and not very fun