It is easy to get a good mark in the class if you put effort into it. If she sees you put effort in your work, she will probably get full marks. Tests and such are open-book, but not the exam. Get on her good side at the beginning of the year. Don't talk back, do as she says, and say 'have a good day' etc. She yells at you for no reason, just take it. She's partially confusing but if you ask her privately you'll get an answer. She rambles to make a point, and doesn't put up with any nonsense.
Tbh she can be verbally mean to anyone for no reason. She ALWAYS win arguments. But I think she has a soft side that most people barely see and I actually learn a lot from her. Some tips? Don't bring drinks in class, just water. No phones out unless she says you're allowed. Don't ask why when she says NO. Lastly, stay on her good side and you're good for the semester. And PS she loves chocolate chip cookies.
I have her this semester, she's a really fun and smart teacher, but shes so strict and gets angry for no reason. Sometimes I like listening to her and shes funny, but she rants about people in our class being disrespectful and stuff for about 10 minutes. She's relatively an easy marker. Overall, she's a good teacher but strict.
Ms. Bell knows a lot about art but she lacks the attributes for a teacher. She is extremely disrespectful towards her students and treats us as if we are technology-obsessed and empty-headed. She is not very understanding or modern and because of that is not well-liked among her students. You need to get on her good side at the very beginning of the year, or else she will turn on you. At least she manages to teach us a few things each class, through all her babbles.
She's not that bad from what I remember. I had her back in 05 I believe. I agree that she can be a bit crazy but as I recall she was a relatively easy marker. Get on her good side and she's great. Stay quiet in class and get your parents to go meet her on "meet the teacher night" or whatever they call it these days. I think if she see's you come from a respectable family, she will be easier on you.
Mrs. Bell has a sense of humour and definitely is an eccentric personality, but she's always there to help any student out and has an amazing wealth of experience as an artist. Personally, I think that she is bold, intelligent, and a kindred spirit. In her class, remember to always try your best, never complain, and show respect.
Get on her good side and you're set for the semester.
She's nice if you're a good student, but she sometimes has major mood swings She's a hard marker and will fight verbally with a student... Sometimes resulting in her putting tissues on their desks telling them to use them for their tears... But she's a nice person
Has daily routine of telling her students how incompetant they are. Demands respect when giving none. Poor teaching skills, unwilling to solve student's problems. Her actions unexplained. Mood swings.
doesnt know much herself, the text book is your REAL teacher...dont ask her questions, she will only make up an answer or tell you to look in the text book/notes anyways
She changed our ISU as she was marking it and then blamed us for it. She didn't read her own assignment sheet. Oh and she just reads from the text book. How helpful.
She is like a college teacher she doesnt care if u do the work or not. she makes u figure out at u should study for the tests. Miss try to not teach out of the book!
Welcome to the world of law people. She told it like it is. It's a serious subject and requires a serious teacher. She was a great Law teacher.
everyday in her class goes like this... overhead, note, overhead, note. boring.. do u know anything out of the text?
She only teaches out of the book... and doesnt try to apply her own self..and wats with her constantly saying she wont give her opinions about anything? my god
why go to class? the tests are straight out of the book. what have i learned? nothing. i'll continue to sit here and put holes in quarters.
Oh did you want an answer? heres a question instead. ITS IN THE TEXT BOOK!