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Lindsay Pareja

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Overall Rating: 1.0 / 5.0

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Emily W.
Class of 2020
Jan 22, 2020

The teacher does not give any prior information on the expectations she withholds for any assignments. She does not hand back assignments within a given time frame of 2-3 weeks, where she, in turn, gives it back after 2 months, close to when our exam was held. When asking her a question on previous assignments, minimal feedback was given. Students had to learn Shakespeare on their own as she only put on audio and gave out basic questions rather than analyzing significant moments in the play. For the novel study unit, we were given an 800- page book while other classes had a maximum of a 400-page book to read and do assignments in a short period of time.