Probably not directly, nor should you strive to ruin someone's life just because you don't like the way they do things. What you CAN do is to let the administration know, very specifically and very calmly, about the things that you find inappropriate. The copying out of a book is inappropriate; doing other things while the students are otherwise engaged is probably not (for example, while I am giving exams my choices are to read something or to stare at the students - I think they would prefer me to read!). Firing should be a last resort; it has devastating effects on entire families and lots of things have to be documented for this to occur. What you can hope is that the principal or department chair will have a talk with the teacher, warn her that what she is doing is inappropriate, then help her to do better. Unless she is being violent or otherwise directly harmful to students, she deserves a second chance. If things don't improve next year, she could be fired (or, if this is not the first time a class has complained, she could be fired). It is probably better for a delegation of students to go to the principal with this, rather than all of you complaining at once. For one thing, it is less likely to be seen as a campaign on the part of one or two students to get rid of someone they don't like by firing up everyone else. For another, you want the calmest, most reasonable, people to talk to the principal, and that is unlikely to include the entire class. Any sign of whining, wild accusations, or efforts to retaliate for a bad grade will immediately reverse the sense of who is at fault, causing the administration to believe that this poor teacher is being ganged-up on by a class of terrible students, which would defeat your purpose.