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You shouldn't have to pass the language that is only spoken in your country unless you want to live there! Its basically a dead language.
I was taught the wrong type of local language for my area learning the opposite of the countrys. I go out to a place they speak it and they all can speak English anyway! It will be wiped out in a few years
WE KNOW OUR LOCAL LANGUAGE!
In it's current form it's just repeating the same things you learned on other classes a year or two ago. Pointless.
Unless if you want to travel to france, this is next to pointless... I live in canada so I have to learn this subject
I HATE MY FRENCH TEACHER HE IS SO BORING AND WE ARE ONLY ALLOWED TO SPEAK FRENCH IN CLASS IF IF U SAY ONE ENGLISH WORD HE WILL GET SO MAD SO I can't EVEN DO ANYTHING AND HE IS VERY BORING
Honestly, the most pointless and useless subject. This has to be the worst subject and even though it is optional, it sucks. Why would people want to learn to be able to predict the end of a film by the first 5 minutes of it. I really needed to know that the kid was the villain and you have to kill him or nuke a state just by seeing the door open. Thanks Media. You ruin the greatest things in life.V 1 Comment
Yeah! At least math has pragmatic value. Language arts is thoroughly useless
By the time you're in seventh, you know everything about language arts. - LordDovahkiin
When are we going to read a book
Where in life am I going to use this. Not only is there literally no use for this, but it also wastes valuable class time. My teacher also does not teach us.
It is basically middle school science and a course to make kids feel stupid. At my school they reach about the water cycle in the class. Pointless and it shouldn't exist. Biology is more useful than that joke of a course.
Why would anyone becoming a math teacher need to know about tectonic plates. And all of these small details we will just forget in the next ten years.
I am currently a software developer. So, why the hell was I forced to study chemistry at school? To become a software developer you don't need chemistry at all. 90% of careers don't need chemistry as well, so I can't understand how is that we are forced to study this subject.
If at least they teached you how to make your own drugs!
I don't need to know about happy lives.
What's this? - LordDovahkiin
It doesn't take a scientist to figure out that we need to eat healthy to be healthy
A pointless subject to make the smart kids look bad
Such crap. all you do is sit round and get yelled at by a teacher while the "popular" kids do the work. this is a useless lesson and doesn't even teach kids anything important. whoop, we know how to make a crappy lamp.
Unless you want to be a journo for a tabloid, a film reviewing feminist or interested in working for the mainstream media or film ind. Or marketing In any way, there is really little point in picking media studies as it doesn't really teach you anything valuable or useful that you couldn't learn in sociology or English class, or by downloading Photoshop and movie editor. Trying to find what the colour blue 'signifies' on a man's shirt on a magazine cover is NOT education. Most of the course was painfully common sense based and I regret choosing it because it isn't a very valuable a level. I wish schools didn't lie to us like this.
This is the most boring subject ever why would I ever want to know about rocks and the formation of rivers spits and bars. Where is this going to be useful in my life we already know east where the sun rises west the sun sets north east west south.
Ok this isn't really useless but why learn it in school why not later on in life or learn how to cook on your own at home there plenty of ways to learn it at home my school actually gives us cooking classes and call it food technology.
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