Sentences like this make you wonder whether you're an effective teacher: "I defiantly learned to not take classes taught by foreigners."
This is the last sentence of the student's essay. It's the only line of reflection in the piece. In class, you focused on how to end personal narratives. You showed them examples by Susan Orlean, David Sedaris, and Gary Soto. Images, insight, avoiding the TV show "This is what I learned" ending.
This is a white girl complaining about an Asian professor, and she makes a sweeping generalization with this final sentence. She uses the wrong adverb. She splits an infinitive.
You'll probably give her a B in the class and hate yourself for it.