18 comments from my ENG102 class re: my ENG102 class

 

“I did not think that I would enjoy taking a lit class here…I am still haunted by bad memories of my freshman composition class, which was horribly boring and the students in it behaved like they were in grade 13 rather than college. Almost all of my prerequisite courses here have been like that. This class wasn’t.”

“Thank you for everything and always being open, for help and understanding us kids with our lives.”

“Word of advice: tell your future students not to wait till the last night to write 10 pages. IT SUCKS!”

“I now want to start reading more books, because reading isn’t bad.”

“I wish i wasnt so busy. I almost feel like I didnt pull as much as I could have from you as a person and teacher your a cool guy.”

***I SPENT ALL SEMESTER REMINDING THIS STUDENT ABOUT APOSTROPHES, YOUR/YOU’RE CONFUSION, AND NOT USING “ALMOST” NON-SPECIFICALLY***

“I liked the creative writing assignment we did most of all. Writing my own poems was surprisingly fun.”

“I’m not good at reading things I don’t like. English is not my major. Yay!!!”

“It gives me hope that not all classes are boring.”

“I’m sorry I was an asshole most of the semester.”

“The only thing I didn’t like about the class is the reading.”

***THIS WAS A LITERATURE CLASS!!!***

“Nothing was bad about the class that made me dread coming.”

***DAMNING WITH FAINT PRAISE***

“I never hated coming to your class.”

***THE PREVIOUS LINE’S SUDDENLY LOOKING A LOT BETTER…***

“I wouldn’t change a thing!! This was by far one of the most interesting classes I have taken (& I have taken many classes LOL)

“My favorite work to read was ‘Fun Home.’ I actually already bought the sequel & plan to read it over the summer.”

“There is not much to say. 102 felt like an ordinary class. Passing or failing, it does not matter. It was fun, although ‘Pride & Prejudice & Zombies’ felt boring.”

“I absolutely hated ‘Fun Home’ and ‘Pride & Prejudice & Zombies.’ That sucked, I feel.”

“This was my favorite class and you have been my favorite professor. I liked the abstract and openness of the assignments. I enjoyed how you interacted with us and treated us like human beings. A lot of professors I’ve had weren’t on that level with us. You were always very helpful and more than willing to answer any questions. Thank you for teaching in such a manner; it really opened my mind to a lot of things.”

“I still hate interpreting literature but at least I somewhat can do it now.”

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s