Meet with your teacher and let her know what works well, and what other assistance you need. Be reasonable, but also be clear about what will help you. Be responsible in following through on your part: turn your assignments on time and keep all appointments you have made with the teacher. Do the best work you can and make sure it is your own work.
If you do not feel listened to, it is time to talk to a school principal or vice-principal. Ask how you can communicate more clearly. Adults will let you know if what you are asking for is unreasonable or impossible to change.
The most important point I want to make is that this is your education and you have a right to a good one. Please do not assume that you are not good at a particular subject because you have worked with a teacher whose teaching style does not match your learning style. Finally, if you have worked with a teacher for a year and continue to find that you do not work well together, insist on a different teacher the following year.