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Professor Jonathan Beecher Field
Clemson University
Overall B+
5 ratings,  [AVG: 2 min, 59 sec]
Workload: Responsible Grading: -

Enjoys Teaching B- Arrogance: Cocky
Speaks & Writes Clearly B Respect for Students: High
Sensible Lectures C+ Appreciates Creativity: Yes
Organized course B- Student Feedback is: Considered
Instructor Effort B
Mostly "training"
Grading System:
Informed afterwards
Course Requirements:
Well Defined
Assignment Instructions
Well Described
Exam Design:
A little Hazy
Exam Coverage:
Followed from course
Grades Reflect:
Just did the work
Final Grade Verification:
Monitors students
Gets class involved B-
Competent with material A-
Friendly/Sociable B
Adds to content B
This instructor is:



ENGL 496 
Overall: F
we read almost 56 works, 8 of which were novels, I didn't learn much of anything, his lectures were worthless, and the final is cumulative and very ambiguous, almost impossible, I would NOT take this class from him
Should do to do well...
Do not procrastinate on reading, because you don't have enough time to possibly read all of the selections anyway... do not expect him to be understanding, do not let him make you cry, because it's not worth it
Should know...
I have no idea how to do well, I have made an A in every English I have taken until his and I got a B... he saved 60% of your grade for the final and the final paper, so you didn't have any time to improve your grade and no real example of how he grades
Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: A
Liked Instructor?: Strongly Disliked
Overall: A
Should do to do well...
always participate!!  field loves students who contribute to class. 
Should know...
read the material, come to class prepared, talk a lot! 
Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: A-
Liked Instructor?: Really Liked
Overall: A-
Very dense, lofty material, but so glad I took 310 with him! 
Should do to do well...
He's tough, but a great guy.  Tons of help outside of class. 
Should know...
Read everything, go talk to him during office hours, he's totally willing to help. 
Student Competency: Beginner
Student's Grade: A-
Liked Instructor?: Really Liked
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