Lucy Shriner

May 2004

She is a young, fun, funny woman, and you'll enjoy her class. She may be slightly disorganized, but it doesn't matter--what matters is that she gives all students, regardless of speaking ability, numerous opportunities to improve their oral skills by means of fun group activities, such as skits and mock interviews. She also tries to get students to write, read aloud, and learn tricky grammatical concepts. It's a good class, the grading is fair, and it'll be a fun way to earn 2 points. Definitely recommended.