If she likes you, your fine! Get on her good side! She is a lil weird but ok... Easy exams! Always respect her or you will have to write a respect essay...
Ms. Blacklaws was my Spanish teacher last year and I really loved being in her class. Learning a different language isn't the easiest and usually not the most fun thing in the world, but in her Spanish class we did a lot of fun activities related to Spanish culture, like pinatas and food projects.
As long as you get on her good side, you'll enjoy her class. She is very biased and can give you marks based on that. People have different things to say about her but in my opinion, overall her teaching method is organized however she may be confusing for many. For instance, she will explain something to my English 10 class 5 times with 5 different standards. On the positive side she respects us (and expects us to have great respect for her) and NEVER gives hw over the weekends. Easy marker.
She was originally my homeroom teacher. I thought she was a nice lady and i was excited when i found out i had her for english, but i was let down.
This is my biggest problem with her and i shouldn't have this problem with any teacher. The problem is is that it's not comforting to go up and ask a question: You'll get one of 2 responses: 1) Go sit down and ask your friends 2) * sigh * I already taught you this
All in all, there are many other better teachers to choose from.
Easy class as long as you are willing to learn and you are in french immersion. She teaches spanish 9-10 very well, but she still makes mistakes in her spanish. Double check what u learn with the book
She is AMAZING. She knows life well and she actuall care about our live by not giving us homework on the week ends XD
I had Blacklaws for Spanish 10. The class is quite easy, but you have to show up every day or you will fall behind. Get on her good side, do work, and don't talk back, and you will do well.