I had him when I went to MMHS from 1989 to 1992. One of the BEST teachers at MMHS
Very easy class, it's not hard to pass. Problem is, since most Spanish classes rely a lot on participation, he doesn't give out the participation points fairly. He does pick on certain student. Overal
super great teacher, makes learning fun!! -rhenell hernandez
The class is pretty easy, just have to participate and do good on the test. BUT!~He picks favorites and do book works, dont really learn alot from the class, mostly review...not too helpful
Easy class. Just bring your book to school everyday (practically). Do book work, share answers when called (even if it's wrong). Do okay on tests. His class is the only class to actually finish the book. Other teachers only go halfway. Easy class. Learn more. Less of the culture though.
Not a coincidence he was my last Spanish teacher. If he decides he doesn't like you, he goes out of his way to make things tough for you.
To me he cannot teach at all, his class to me is pretty much kick back which is pretty cool, onlything i didn't like was that he grades on participation mostly
One of the worst teachers I ever had. Grading and participation system unfair. Noticed favoritism. No other way to say, I thought he was a jerk.
A+ coolest guy, play waterpolo like me and go into his spanish(im in both), cool guy that wants to help other people, only in spanish though.
an awful teacher.I had him for AP, & he did NOTHING to prepare me for the exam. He made me and the other student in the class study independently. atrocious.
Oh, WAH. He only spoke spanish. DUH, it IS a spanish class. I liked the class, thought Yourczek was cool, had gread classmates. :D
a pretty nice guy once you give him a chance although it is annoying that he only talks in spanish and won't even explain in english!
his class is not very organized, you don't know where you stand in terms of grades. don't know how many points homeworks or tests are worth.
I adored Mr. Y :) He had a great sense of humor and was always willing to help. IT's been 10+ years and I still remember him, that's gotta say something!