Mr Burquier taught me french immersion classes in the late 80's. After I changed schools I realized how well he had taught me as the curriculum at the new school was incredibly easy after having been in his classes. I felt he was clear on what you needed to know and his testing reflected that. I also remember him being pretty strict back then, especially about lateness and talking back. I don't think you would be sorry if you took his classes.
Mr. Burquier is tied for my favourite teacher at Sisler. He was a nice guy and his classes were always interesting. His mysteriousness makes him all the more interesting, I loved speculating about him
Mr. burquier is strict but it is helpful and hes a sweetheart when u get to know him!
He's probably the most intelligent man i know. He is very mysterious and rarely talks about himself. Nice guy, and im gonna miss him. He used to call me "Monsieur, ce qui sait tout" hah
Mr. Burquier was my most mysterious teacher. He had this peculiar sense of humour, and most of the Frenchies thought him to be an "espion. I certainly miss being in his classes.
i laugh when he does something funny... like one time he was talking and he belt flew open and it just hung out there and he was like "est-ce tu me mock" and i was like "oui".. -rex g
Funny guy... Likes to "confisqué" things, especially people's cell phones. Hard class though, makes you memorize all the countries in the world, and their capitals.
Wonderful teacher, sarcastic sense of humor & a smart guy
nothing better than a sarcastic french teacher! awesome guy!
One of the smartest guys I know, just don't bring a slurpee into his class.