Complete legend. Pretty sure he knows what he's on about, and a good laugh when he tries to explain stuff to you in real world terms (¨A prostititute is an example of production, as it providing a service that people are willing to pay for¨). I admit, he can get boring when he rants about his Vinyl record collection, but a good man with a passion for his 'beloved' (we are deeply saddened for his loss). Seriously though, a full scale fight can break out under his nose and he will plough on. Still, good man!
Incredibly boring. Speaks too fast, and too loudly. Goes through slides so fast that you have no idea what you have just written, let along what he was shouting about when you were writing. No class control, although this isn't really his fault, people take advantage. Very interested in what he has to say, unfortunately, no-one else is. Shame.
SHOUL HAVE GONE TO SPECSAVERS, HAS THE TENDENCY TO SHOUT WHEN HE CLIMAXES IN LESSONS, ESPECIALLY WHEN HE RAVES ON ABOUT MONOPOLIES.
I got full ums in his module at A2, having slept, skived, or written stupid limericks all the way through his lessons in year 13. I think I payed attention and made notes for 3 double periods all year. It took me two days to teach myself the module. This tells you everything you need to know.
Knows his stuff but his teaching technique totally defeats the point of making your own notes so you don't end up taking much in.
A brief guide to Broughenomics at A2 level: take your notes from As (or even GCSE, it doesn't change), scribble out the word "product", replace with the word "car", scribble out the word "externality", replace with the words "congestion" or "environmental damage", read the two pages of the textbook with new and relevant information, then sleep, waking up occasionally to berate him for using pointless examples to illustrate the simplest of points, go home.
micro-man and his projector are an unstoppable combo, making people relaise just how empty and soulless their lives were without microeconomics