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Question Of The Day. Saturday 6th Of October.

Discussion in 'The Cat Lounge' started by Norachan, Oct 6, 2018.

  1. MoochNNoodles

    MoochNNoodles TCS Member Veteran

    Apr 30, 2005
    Where my cats are
    Latin was probably my favorite. Not that I remember much Latin now; but I had an awesome teacher who loved her students (even if not all the kids appreciated her). She was the only Latin teacher in the school; so I had her for all 4 years. I really found Roman History and Architecture interesting. She didn't force us to speak in Latin; which helped me stay interested to be honest.

    I liked English Literature too. Some of the books we had to read were awful; but I like words and reading. I just didn't like memorizing grammar rules. I think good writing can come more naturally when you let someone develop a love of reading.

    I had a really great Economics teacher also. He loved teaching it and it showed because he made the class very enjoyable.

    My least favorite was math. I started struggling about the time we got into multiplication, division and fractions. If you don't get comfortable with those; how are you supposed to do well with algebra, geometry, etc? Thankfully it's my DD's best subject so far and I'm using a mastry program to teach DS.
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  2. MonaLyssa33

    MonaLyssa33 TCS Member Alpha Cat

    Mar 10, 2018
    In high school, my favorites were chemistry and pottery. In college it was microbiology. I was going to get a degree in biology but the math requirement scared me away. I have a degree in writing instead. I wish math courses allowed you to take a longer time to really try to learn the material.

    My least favorite in high school was gym and this social skills class I was required to take because I was in special ed in 9th grade. It was by far the stupidest class ever (we literally sat and watched movies every day, I worked on homework from other classes) and I begged my mom to get me out of special ed because I hated that I had to waste a class period on it. In college my least favorite class was probably the history class that covered from 1500 to the present. It was too broad of a course to interest me.
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  3. allmykitties

    allmykitties TCS Member Young Cat

    Mar 8, 2016
    southern IL
    Favorite -- toss up between English and History.

    Least favorite -- PE. I'm pretty much rubbish at athletic stuff (although much later learned that there were some issues like a very mild astigmatism on top of my extreme nearsightedness and exercise-induced asthma). I'm glad that nowadays, there are some other PE options (my children's high school offers yoga as one PE option, for example).
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  4. sivyaleah

    sivyaleah TCS Member Veteran

    Dec 16, 2011
    New Jersey
    Hahaha, same here! Loved cooking but omg so bad at sewing. I remember we had to do a fancy trim; rick-rack I think? What a mess. I still can not sew a button onto a shirt. Well barely.

    Least favorite though was math for sure. All kinds. Funny thing is a major part of my job is numbers related and I'm great at it. (EDIT: GYM TOO)

    Favorite was probably a toss up of English and art. I wrote well back then and have been an avid reader since very young. And all kinds of art turned me on early too, used to draw & paint, pottery whatever. Looking forward to retiring so I have free time to get back into those things.
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  5. aliceneko

    aliceneko TCS Member Top Cat

    Dec 28, 2017
    London, England
    My favourite at primary and secondary school was history though at sixth form my favourite was English language.
    My least favourite throughout all of my school life was sports and maths.
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  6. rgwanner

    rgwanner TCS Member Alpha Cat

    Feb 1, 2017
    Hated math and science. My brain just does not work that way. The only C I got in in HS was in algebra. I loved history and languages - English, Spanish and French.

    In 7th and 8th grades we had to take music and art. I got a C in music because we had to get up and sing. I was forced to sing soprano even though I am alto. I have no musical ability at all and did not think it was fair to be judged on a talent I had no control over. I aced the written part, though. And art meant drawing. I do not have that talent. But I am creative in other things. I sew and do craft shows and sell some of my things.

    I did not like Home Ec because I was so far ahead of everyone else. In 7th grade we had to make an apron. About 6 straight seams. By then I was putting in sleeves, zippers, etc. And for cooking we made toast with an egg on top. By then I was making supper for 6. Not gourmet, but still...
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  7. Norachan

    Norachan Thread Starter Moderator Staff Member Moderator

    May 27, 2013
    Mount Fuji, Japan
    Maths seems to be a pretty unpopular subject, I'm glad I'm not the only one who struggles with it.

    Funny so many of you don't like sewing. I quite enjoy doing that. I don't make anything fancy, just blankets and cushion covers for the cats and a couple of yoga mat bags for myself.

    I like having something to sew when I have a movie or documentary to watch. I can't just sit still and watch something, my hands need something to do.


  8. recurringecho

    recurringecho TCS Member Young Cat

    Mar 16, 2017
    Chem is the bane of my existence. I hate it so much.

    Physics was nice and super interesting, but I couldn't do it, so I get super bad grades, haha! I wish I can understand it, but *shrugs*

    But my absolute fav are the biology and math classes.

  9. micknsnicks2mom

    micknsnicks2mom TCS Member Top Cat

    Feb 15, 2014
    ...with the cats...
    my favorite subjects were math, latin, geography, french, and some of the english classes -- depended on the teacher. home ec was something i simply refused to take, and took a shop class instead.

    i didn't enjoy gym classes, they seemed kind of...pointless. i've always prefered to get my exercise by doing things -- like cutting and stacking firewood.

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