Madame will be intimidating at first, and she is quite possibly the least flexible teacher I've ever had. But she's an amazing teacher. I doubt that I'll be able to speak French the way I can right now if it wasn't for her. In just a span of a year, she's enabled me to speak french more fluently (more or less). If you walk into her class knowing her expectations and her teaching style and try to meet them, and also lower your OWN expectations for her "niceness", it won't be bad at all.
Most times, she will not tell you what your homework is and is very confusing with what she writes on her website. On the day of a quiz (basically every day), she sometimes changes the material that you will be tested on. She does this when grading major assignments too. Stay on her good side. Also, she makes you lug your textbook around, because you never know when you actually need it. There are times when she is likeable, and times when she is definitely not. Bottom line - consider Spanish.
Best teacher ever!
Amazing, she is awesome and she has so much consideration for the students. My 6 children have all had her and every day they come home telling me how much they love her and how she made their day. She makes all the students have an AWESOME school experience.
Both my class and I think Madame is awesome!
Loved by many students
Madame Taylor is the least flexible teacher in the foreign language department and possibly Kennebunk High School. She has absolutely no understanding for any students and changes rubrics and grading policies with no notice. Hassina is a toothless troll who can't speak English, let alone French.
I personally think shes a extremley loving and caring teacher, on the other hand, shes quite stick and extremley intense but shes still one of my favorite teachers.
She is unclear and a nut. She can be nice and inconciderate at the same time.
everytime you have a question on a quiz or test she thinks shes helping you get a good grade, and her directions are unclear and makes you ask people around you
she was just kinda....strick, and mean i guess. didn't really understand our generation.