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    Oct 01, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Mr. Rodriguez is the best teacher of any in the whole school, he's an amazingly nice guy. He actually cares about your grade and wants you to succeed. This class is a great stepping stone for a future in many different jobs, Spanish is the 2nd most commonly spoken language in America, not to mention 2 consecutive credits in a foreign language is required for public UNC schools. This is definitely a must to take. Mr. Rodriguez as far as teachers and a person is certainly one in a million (In a good way).

    Course highlights:

    I had plenty of interesting highlights and days in Mr. Rodriguez' class. One time he was teaching us about how South American countries had different dances, and he had us pair up with the girls (yes, I am a guy) in class and we did different dances. It was lots of fun and very enjoyable. I learned a lot of the basics in Spanish 1 and still remember them. I can use basic sentences now with some of the kitchen workers at my work who speak little English and they actually understand me which is pretty cool.

    Hours per week:

    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    What you really need to succeed in this class is the desire to learn and EFFORT. I cannot stress enough how important it is to actually participate in the class. The class was not hard for me because I studied, but the class is only as hard as you let it be for you. That's why I said the difficulty was medium. All you need to do is just study the words like normal English vocabulary. Mr. Rodriguez will do tons of games with you to help you learn the words. If you won the games, you could even win some extra credit points that he would let you use on quizzes, test, and even midterm/finals. There are lots of opportunities in this class for you if you struggle. If you want to do well, TAKE THEM. The only kids that actually failed in my class were the ones who slept all the time and didn't try on the test. So remember, all it takes to do well in this class is EFFORT.

    • Fall 2016
    • Mr. Rodriguez
    • Yes
    • Participation Counts
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    Oct 01, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Mr. Rodriguez is the best teacher of any in the whole school, he's an amazingly nice guy. He actually cares about your grade and wants you to succeed. This class is a great stepping stone for a future in many different jobs, Spanish is the 2nd most commonly spoken language in America, not to mention 2 consecutive credits in a foreign language is required for public UNC schools. This is definitely a must to take. Mr. Rodriguez as far as teachers and a person is certainly one in a million (In a good way).

    Course highlights:

    I had plenty of interesting highlights and days in Mr. Rodriguez' class. One time he was teaching us about how South American countries had different dances, and he had us pair up with the girls (yes, I am a guy) in class and we did different dances. It was lots of fun and very enjoyable. I learned a lot of the basics in Spanish 1 and still remember them. I can use basic sentences now with some of the kitchen workers at my work who speak little English and they actually understand me which is pretty cool.

    Hours per week:

    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    All you need to succeed in this class is the desire to learn, and EFFORT. I cannot stress this enough, you will need to study, but if you pay attention and study a little till you know it you will do great in this class and the next tier up. This class will be as hard as you let it be, that's why I picked the middle difficulty. I would advise making flash cards or just something as simple as revising terms just like English vocabulary. Mr. Rodriguez will introduce fun ways to study, I know because he did for my class. We did tons of different games that we actually fun, you could also get extra credit towards quizzes, tests, and even the final exam for winning them. Not tons of homework as long as you get the work done in class. That's really all there is to it. Take note though: Kids in my class HAVE failed, but that's because they did not have EFFORT, they just slacked off and left the test blank. No joke, there was a guy in my class acting like he was too cool for school who did that.

    • Fall 2016
    • Mr. Rodriguez
    • Yes
    • Participation Counts
    • Profile picture
    Oct 01, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Mr. Rodriguez is the best teacher of any in the whole school, he's an amazingly nice guy. He actually cares about your grade and wants you to succeed. This class is a great stepping stone for a future in many different jobs, Spanish is the 2nd most commonly spoken language in America, not to mention 2 consecutive credits in a foreign language is required for public UNC schools. This is definitely a must to take. Mr. Rodriguez as far as teachers and a person is certainly one in a million (In a good way).

    Course highlights:

    I had plenty of interesting highlights and days in Mr. Rodriguez' class. One time he was teaching us about how South American countries had different dances, and he had us pair up with the girls (yes, I am a guy) in class and we did different dances. It was lots of fun and very enjoyable. I learned a lot of the basics in Spanish 1 and still remember them. I can use basic sentences now with some of the kitchen workers at my work who speak little English and they actually understand me which is pretty cool.

    Hours per week:

    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    All you need to succeed in this class is the desire to learn, and EFFORT. I cannot stress this enough, you will need to study, but if you pay attention and study a little till you know it you will do great in this class and the next tier up. This class will be as hard as you let it be, that's why I picked the middle difficulty. I would advise making flash cards or just something as simple as revising terms just like English vocabulary. Mr. Rodriguez will introduce fun ways to study, I know because he did for my class. We did tons of different games that we actually fun, you could also get extra credit towards quizzes, tests, and even the final exam for winning them. Not tons of homework as long as you get the work done in class. That's really all there is to it. Take note though: Kids in my class HAVE failed, but that's because they did not have EFFORT, they just slacked off and left the test blank. No joke, there was a guy in my class acting like he was too cool for school who did that.

    • Fall 2016
    • Mr. Rodriguez
    • Yes
    • Participation Counts

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