She's a really nice teacher. She does speak in English most of the time so the students understand what she is saying. she's genuine and understands that not everyone is good at french. She continuously encourages her students to take french and try their best.
She's a very kind hearted person. She understands the stress of students and she'd say, 'This is where it all gets better.' She is used to teaching seniors. I had her gr.10 and 12; now she seems okay.
She's nice and she'll boost your mark on assignments but only if you ask. Needs to explain concepts better though.
She cant teach french, i learned nothing in her class but she is a easy marker
I will never forget her artistic portrayal of what "des écureuils" are. English would have been easier to understand! xD She was kind of a typical runs-over-her-students beeyotch at times, but her marks were fair and she started to chillax by the end of the year.
Organized, and understanding. You can actually learn French from her.
She talks about Newfoundland too much when she should be teaching French. She also cried once in front of our class. However, I do think this shows she's a real and genuine person who has emotions.
One of my favourite teachers of all time. She was always nice to me and recognized that I was trying my best.
If Mr. Psycho (aka - the teacher no one really knew the name of) hadn't replaced her for a while, I bet the class would have done better. Ah well, she was ok for the bit we got her.
hmm...i HATE her..no wait "hate" is too much of a strong word..let me rephrase...i HATE her-i was like 87+ student in french but..b/c of her teaching skills..the whole class failed
A really good teacher. Willing to get to know her students and all of that. She did have the occasional display of her children's pictures on the whiteboards...
Great teacher, works hard, manage to raise my failing mark to 60 and I actually knew my stuff too! Loves to talk about Newfoundland though