Lindsay is a really nice teacher, but is extremely short tempered and will yell at students whenever she is having a bad day. I was at 95% for terms on and two in eighth grade English, and she dropped me to 86% because I asked her how she wanted me to glue some assignments on her wall and she yelled at me for supposedly mocking her. I did not enjoy my experience in her class.
Okay teacher. She has somewhat a short temper and yells at students for being loud and noisy. Still, she's nice to me though
Lindsay, by far, is my favourite English teacher. SUPER easy, but teaches you all you need to know and prepares you well for any standardized testing. Worksheets are helpful, easy to follow teaching and answers any questions in a way you can understand. Her tests are easy, you don't really need to study if you pay attention in class. Gives out lots of hints as to what material will be tested on, there are no surprises. Occasionally moody, but if she likes you, it'll be fine.
she is the RUDEST teacher i have ever had .she doesn't seem to like it when students go to her for help ,she could be nice but that rarely happens. Her hatred for students is obvious . PLEASE LEAVE KILLARNEY
i remember on the first class, i thought that she was pretty nice. however, that perspective totally changed as time passed by. she seemed to be a very unhappy person, and her hatred towards teaching students is very obvious- she doesn't even try to conceal it. she shouldn't be a teacher. just change career already, lindsay. or get out of this school.
Hard teacher, plays the favourites game.
She does get angry at times, but unless you keep on talking while she's talking, there should be no problem. However, she does favourites. Assignments are fairly easy and she seems to mark easy as we
I thought she was pretty nice to me. Based on my memory, I don't think she yelled at our class once.
Learn stuff, but hey, its English. favors like madd, also LOVES to isolate student(s) for the most r-tarded reasons. i personally dislike.
she is a pretty good teacher, aside from the mood swings. shouldn't take it out on students though. otherwise, teaching is good. really obvious that she picks favourites.
A good English teacher who can have random mood swings at times and takes them out on students. But a good teacher, nonetheless.
she teaches you a lot and thats great... but the bad thing is that she can have mood swings and you should try to get on her good side because she favors students
omg, lindsay is great. i acutally learned in her class. compared to ELIA and gelbart. she's not too hard either, picks favourites though.
way nicer now than before..easy class work is very straight forward
I have her as my teacher for the second time. I think her schizo is getting worse every year. She doesn't give too much homework but that's about the only good thing.
oh myy mrss lindsayy really dont like this one. 2 words for you MOOD SWINGS..she thinks she funny but she NOT farrr from it actually. All in all I DONT like mrs lindsay
finds some creative activities to do in class unlike some
This is how you get out of her class alive: Hand in all your assignments, just bear with her and at the end of the year, hope and pray you never get her again. I feel for anyone who's at the receiving end of her mood swings.
She is my english teacher...she should make the class more fun...and she should switch the seats around...it's boring...
if u ask a question she goes off topic and she doesn't answer ur question.
BEWARE OF MOOD SWINGS. She is such a lousy teacher. I do know one person who thinks good of her.
shes an alright teacher nothing great, but what shes good at is having uncontrolable mood swings. Watch Out!!
too emotional....assignments seem easy...but marking them in high standard....
did anybody say mood swings....oh ya control ur self woman but overall very easy teacher hard to fail in her class
Very scary when she's in a bad mood. Stay away at all cost!
okay, but kinda freaky when she getz mad, u dun wanna b in her class
kinda scary when she gets angry when i ask for a little help