More of a friend than a teacher
Mr. Pett really knows his Spanish, and unlike other teachers at West, even teaches you the differences between Spanish-speaking countries that he has visited. He is full of great stories and maintains a relaxed attitude throughout the class. Only downside is that his teaching style is so different from the others at West that if you get another teacher for Spanish after him, you won't be on the same page as everyone from another class. side note bring him food and he will raise your grade
Well I'm have to admit that Mr.pettengil has a very planned out way of teaching by making the the students understand Spanish. But they're was a point in my second year with him where he totally crossed a boundary that teachers should maintain.
Really helped make Spanish easy and fun to learn, and wasn't a nitpicker over stupid things.
Mr. Pettengill was, indeed, the second best teacher I had ever had next to Ms. Wetzel at Kastner. He was always there for the students, and he wasn't the type of teacher who upheld the, "The teacher is always right!" attitude. If he didn't know something, he would admit it. If you could prove to him he was wrong on something, he would admit it. Admittedly, he was a bit too lax on the students. He didn't care if you were late to class as long as you told him to mark you here at the end.
Very nice teacher who makes spanish easy to learn.
Great teacher with a great personality! Definately the best teacher @ CW. You learn Spanish with ease!
Was my AP Spanish Language Teacher Junior year and AP Spanish Literature Senior year. Made class fun and interesting. Definitely best teacher at West!
ONE OF THE BEST TEACHERS AT WEST! i actually LEARNED spanish because of him!(:
i loved this class. you just have to pay attention and do your homework (if he even gives you any) and you'll do fine.
He actually makes Spanish fun. We learn, if not more, without having to do much work in class.
best teacher at clovis west. He makes you really want to learn. the class is fun and he becomes more of your friend than teacher