I had her for 2 years and I honestly hated going to her class. Maybe it's just because I hated Spanish lol but I don't remember much since I'm doing this review 1 year later
I didn't like her class at first but towards second semester things got better.
Her class is easy if you study. Sometimes her lectures are confusing. She likes to pick on students when going over the homework by calling randomly around the class room. She's sarcastic and can be a uptight at times but she never gets angry. I didn't really like her class though.
people usually dont like her but getting a good grade isnt that hard. she enjoys teaching but students give her a hard time cuz they dont like her. just pay attention and you should be fine.
Other than having quizzes and tests being 80% of your grade, her class can be somewhat enjoyable at times.
Really nice. She never yells, which makes her different from many of the other teachers. She would be better if she didn't pick on people as much..
The worst thing about her class is the study cards that she makes us do for each unit. We need to draw pictures for each of the vocab. words or print the pictures out. She's a very precise person but overall, her class is easy if you study. She always offers help if you need it.
She's a nice teacher. You have to work hard to earn a good grade. She teaches well, but you have to pay attention, do the homework, and study for tests. She's respectable and treats everyone equally. She's fair, but her grading can be difficult. You actually learn in her class.
She is not a dreadful teacher; nor is she a perfect teacher. She gets her job done; so long as you pay attention in class (yea..hard)...the average student should do well so long as they follow up on her tips, etc
I had a hard time with her in the beginning, but in the end, she's pretty cool. La maestra is muy simpatica!
she's a great teacher and loves her job and students.
I had mrs. ware last year. She was the coolest teacher. She was very linient and nice. She enjoys teaching spanish as well as helping students