he wasnt clear enough when he gives instruction. the "livre" he gives is pointless he definitely knows a lot of french however he is too strict since he thought that we are supposed to understand more he adores yelling at us
I had a 94% last year and now I am down to a 76%. He will teach you and you will learn a lot but he is very strict and isn't always clear. He also has a french accent.
Had him from gr. 8-12, first 2 years he was really hard on us, but overtime he got more chill. He is probably the best teacher I've had, and actually prepared us for college/university. All you have to do is try in his classes and you'll get a good mark, don't complain if you're a lazy student, you wouldn't survive in the real world anyways :)
he talks way to much in class and he talks about stuff that doesn't relate to our subject. he made us learn social studies in french class
he means well, i think, but he's so unfair! this guy in my class was literally throwing up and he made him finish his presentation and then gave him a 5/50 and said it was the guy's fault for showing up to class when he was sick!!!!!!
Honestly I don't know why people hate him! He's so sweet, and he's just a really good man! Hes good as a teacher...and he teaches his student life lessons...which is a very cool thing! u can tell that heloveshisjobandisfullofwisdom!
His classes are soooo boring... All he does is talk. We never do anything that isn't boring... All you have to do is write whatever you want for his homework, but his tests are insanely hard...
He tottally loves Girls. I barely have to do anything and im getting over 90 %. Sometimes he gets really angry and will just start yelling for no reason though. Its a very Orderly class, and he can be extreamly intimidating. But , all homework and tests aside ( there are alot ) he is an extreamly easy marker. I suggest you stay on his good side...
I used to think he was a hard teacher, but other than his tests which are EXTREMELY hard, he isn't bad. (btw, his tests are worth less than homework marks, so don't fret). Nice guy, likes girls, thats about it.
M. Moreau is very unique.. him and his green pen markin and folded papers. Im glad i dont have him Yet! At least for now... I have a class in his classroom and he stares at students like they did something wrong. His english is pretty funny.. he is a good source for Socials, but then again he gets mad if u want him to stop in the middle
He was really confusing at first when I had him in grade 8. But he did teach a lot of stuff and made sure that we understand. Overall, I think he's a pretty OK.
he is a very strange man. if you listen in his class i believe he has some extreamly interesting and true points that never have crossed your mind. he really makes me think about the world around us and what needs to be changed.when it comes to socials find a different person to teach you the text.
He's a nice teacher. Just don't expect him to love you if you act up at all. He preps you well 4 university, but look out for lots of hw!
I think hes a pretty good teacher, at least he teaches and u learn life lessons from him xD. sometimes he takes about half and hour each class to discuss some world issues.
he's okay except .. i think he doesn't really teach that well.. someone in class asked a question and he started a whole bunch of stuff ,after he's finished explaining , the person is even more confused that before.. i think he should learn how to explain things more clearly.. he also flavors people too much . it's all about your impression he has of u.. u're either a "troublemaker" or "one of his best students"
he is a good teacher...but he overreacts sometimes...and he picks favourites out of his blocks...and he disses his own students..
he si a really nice guy...but seriously needs to lighten up on the work load. were not his little french slaves. knows what he is talking about but can't teach
The work he gives to the class is usually like 1 or 2 grades too advance. He made 2 people in my class cry, and he's really strict on manners. But a good teach.
He tries quite hard to relate to his students. It's admirable enough, but you sometimes get the feeling there's a secondary motive.
Sometimes hard to understand, but nevertheless not a bad teacher!