When I had Mrs Bailey she would tell us we were going to have a test and then she would never give it to us.I think we had two tests the entire year, & we never got them back.
Spanish used to be my favorite subject until I had her. Her grading was based completely on how much she liked you, it was never based on test grades, since she would rarely hand them back. Also, the lessons that she taught from day to day usally had nothing to do with each other, and when she would start a topic she would interupt it and it was never taught again. Her spanish final consisted of material that we never covered. To sum it all up, she was the worst teacher ever!
I had her 4 Spanish 4... She is the second worse teacher at Central behind Mr. Krassenstein! She was soooo unorganized... She would give us tests and quizzes...We never saw those thingz again! Once she gave us a project 2 do, then said nothing else about it the whole year! She has no kinda teaching methods or standards... U jus have 2 be one of her favorites cuz she grades based on how much she likes u. She has 2 cuz therez no other way she could grade!
This woman as someone said has no teaching guidelines. She rambles on until we get into a different topic, and expects us to know what she's talking about.
She has vast knowledge of the language yet is very unorganized in her teaching methods, which makes it difficult to understand.
It is so annoying to hear her speak spanish because she just never wants to stop. She gives us quizzes and then teaches us the lesson. She assumes that we are really smart and we know everything. Well BAILEY, YOU ARE WRONG!!!
It's intresting to hear her speak Spanish with a southern accent. I had her for 2* my freshman year, first class at Central. You mostly have to teach yourself.
A little eccentric and funny. Classes can be interesting, but learning is minimal.
She speaks Spanish to much, she doesn't stop to explain what it means in English.
she's a VERY hard teacher, but hey, we're at Central, everything is not going to be easy. the only way to pass her class is to know your SPANISH!
I took her for spanish I. But it seemed like I was taking spanish IV