Miss Quin was the toughest teacher I ever had. She had me running scared for three years of honors and AP English - but she pushed me to learn and grow in all aspects of grammar, writing, and literary analysis. Years later I am still so thankful.
I loved Ms. Quin! The class can be hectic but she's a really nice person in real life.
The best teacher I had during my entire high school career. She's demanding, and she expects you to think like an adult, but I wouldn't trade those classes for anything.
really hard but I learned SOO MUCH so far. She is willing to help you if you need help. She's a nice person.
Miss Quin is wonderful. She does seem to fabricate grades depending on her mood, but get on her good side, and that's a great thing! Quin deserves a break.
forget the fact that she's a bad teacher...she's a horrible PERSON. unorganized, never prepared, and yells at everyone to make them as miserable as she is
Because of this teacher, I became an English teacher. Because of this teacher, I made an As in college composition. In fact, I model much of my instructional
She's possibly the hardest teacher I've ever had but she honestly cares about her kids. Her class is SO much better senior year, so sophomores, don't freak.
I love Ms. Quin. Her class is hard, but I'm learning a lot and I'm finally starting to enjoy english!
I like Ms. Quin's class. It's really tough but I'm learning a lot. She's actually making grammar fairly interesting.
Hard class, but after having Mrs. Glidewell, she seems like an angel. *shudder*
She's hard, yes, but a wonderful teacher. If you get to know her, she's a really nice lady. Why do you think she says hey sweetie in the halls?
She's very hard but a really good teacher. Her symbols on the short stories seemed a little to far fetched..and the grammar tests/finals are impossible. Overall though she is a very good teacher.
cruelty isnt the best teaching method, neither is being mean