Be prepared for quizes...LOTS OF THEM. One each day, basically. Don't get used to it though, because 8th grade is way different.
Many quizzes. He's a good teacher, but has no patience for slackers. Pay attention, do your work, and study. Don't get on his bad side and, ladies, don't wear tight/low cut shirts in his class.
He's oh so reasonable. Kind of boring, can be funny. Just a good teacher in general. Strange class but definitely good.
just pay attention, and hes fine. he gives quizzes like every other day, but they're easy and if you fail one, its not a big deal
if you do your work, you'll learn a lot in his class. he's a good teacher :] he's very good at explaining things and he will answer your questions. so, as long as you work hard his class will be easy.
I learned basically everything in his class. He's a cool person too.
Mr. Isaacs has a very good sense of humor and there are no surpises in his class-he tells you exactly what will be on each quiz/test. (quizzes everyday!)
Mr. Isaacs is the best. Had him for Latin 4 Honors which was the best... he digresses so much. I learned about everything but Latin.
prepared well for next years of latin, quiz almost every day, but it's worth it, all three years of latin i've only got A's
don't like the pop quizzes although they aren't hard
He's a lttle eccentric, but once you get over that, he starts to grow on ya...maybe not with the daily pop quizzes, but you learn alot from him.
Not a particularly easy teacher, but there is no better way to go into fivesie Latin. Take it from me - I was able to skip thanks to him.