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Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by Evaninator66, May 29, 2016.
The title explains most of it but please don't say Physical education I want something different
Band. I'm a music nerd.
I too am a music nerd I love to play music What is your favourite instrument to play?
My main instrument is the trumpet, and I also sing bass in choir.
Chemistry, cause i got a very hot teacher
Physics, best teacher and a lot of interesting stuff. : )
I live in Poland. Here only PE is standable
Btw does the standable word exist? I am not very good in English :/
PE man, fun times
Definitely Computer Graphics, that class allowed freedom on a whole new magnitude. It was fun and gave me software without the worry of pay. People were friendly if you looked in the right place too. Loved that class.
I wonder if I said Human Reproduction Explained Ed would be funny at this stage of life. I really love PE and running.
Being nerd, I love Math, Science and Tech
Science & technology and History
English and French class... My teacher was smoking....
My favourite would be History: Revolutions, in the VCE curriculum.
Biology and suprise it's sort of what i'm studying right now
I loved physics at first. I always had, ever since I was a little kid. I moved schools after my first year, though, and that left me without any actual certificate, meaning my next school couldn't put me into the year I should actually be in.
My physics teacher in my first school was honestly the best teacher I had ever had. She was supportive and friendly, and always knew how to make things understandable - I very impressive trifecta for the IB system. Unfortunately, after moving school, my new physics teacher was the worst. Now don't get me wrong, as a teacher, she could teach: the entire class finished with B+ or higher... But that was all.
I didn't get along with her, and she would often say things such as "if you don't have this textbook on this day, don't bother coming to class", then say "no I didn't say that at all" in front of the rest of the class when one person had to explain why they didn't turn up. I'm not going to list all of the things wrong about her, as she was only doing her job and it isn't my place to judge other people on how they do it. After all, her job was to teach, and she never failed to get results.
I persevered through for most of the year, just dealing with it and trying to get on as best as I can. In the end, though, I dropped out about a month before the final exams, since turning up to class made me think negatively about the rest of the day, even if it otherwise went well - and that isn't what I needed right before finals, and I figured it would be more sensible to just take the loss of (what used to be) my favourite subject and still be positive enough to study for the rest of my classes.
Throughout that year, English Language and Literature turned into my favourite class. I was always pretty good at it, and I can't say I ever disliked it, though I never imagined it being something that I would enjoy so much. Less than 2 weeks after dropping physics, I got my first A grade ever in that class, and it was also the first A to be given for English that year.
Now I study linguistics at the recommendation of one of my English teachers, who also happened to be the university counselor for the school.
Everything but french class
Wizard... followed by fighter at a close second.
Gotta hate teachers like that but yeah, guess you can't judge 'em if they do their job. (idk, to me it seems like part of their jobs are to keep us educated and positive.) It's sad that you dropped but good that you saw the choices you made for the right reasons. Good job.
I was really into Art class, it was chill, let me take my time to get creative and so forth... Kindda like it.
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