She is a nice person, but not a nice teacher. I got all my E's by studying myself...
Good teacher, If you talk to her,show enthusiasm and atleast try and learn Japanese she will help.If you're an utter little prick who wants help after pissing her off don't bother.If you're good she'll go out of her way to help.If your not she won't
A mixed bag. But she does get a bad rap. She will teach you all you need to excell, IF, IF, you try.
She's good she CAN teach and if you can't learn from her you're either to stupid or muck around. She needs to lay a firm hand down on certain miscreants but apart from that shes great
Not terrible, but not quite great. There are worse teachers out there.Being taught by a native speaker of Japanese would benifit the students.
a great teacher..i have learnt much from her, to learn from her you need to listen and people who dont listen then complain about not learning should look at themselves not the teacher
I was all enthusiastic about Japanese. But she changed this. She seems to allways find a way of blaming things on me. I have not learnt anything since I went to Japan. Her answers to all questions are "look in the text book".
As an old boy I can admit I learnt absolutely nothing from this teacher. I had to invest in many japenese resources to do this subject. And this was a 5 (7th form year) years ago, feel bad for those who are being 'taught' today.
She is nice and has a sense of humour but she's sort of a fixture in the school, who knows how long she has been there?
She's a good teacher, but keeping us under control can be a mission for her. Although sometimes the classes come off boring - thats english for you.
Struggles to teach the class if trouble makers are present. But when they are absent, its amazing the transformation that occurs; she sharpens up and really teaches the class. Give her some credit, she's old.
she could be good at teaching japanese but her english classes are way to boring.
Really nice teacher and works her best to get the best out of her pupils. She has some great stories wich never cease to fascinate me.