Me and the wife* have plunged ourselves into the murky underworld that is taking a night class, despite the assurances of almost every single person I have ever met** that it is completely soul destroying.
Surprisingly, we don’t seem to be suffering the same fate as most, and all the people who started are still there three months later.
However, the teaching quality is not very good. Main methods seem to be rushing through lots of vocab with no time to make notes and surfing youtube for material to watch while we are waiting.
So, hordes of commenters, how can I go about improving the teaching quality? Bitter experience suggests that telling the teacher she is no good will not yield the results I want! (Also bear in mind she is the assessor for the course!)
Anonymous complaint letters also seem to be a poor idea.
Getting RJ to complain and take the flak while I sail through with flying colours does seem to have a certain charm…
* yes, yes, I know
** who has taken a night class