My Opinion on School Subjects

To begin, one of my favorite subjects in school is writing. One of the unique things about writing, unlike any other subject, is that there is no “wrong” in writing. You can’t see an essay and mark it incorrect. This is because writing is very complicated and layered. There may be parts of a writing assignment that could be improved, but generally in writing there is no wrong answers. Writing is also one of the subjects where you have to be creative, and think a lot more. When you answer a basic math fact, like two plus two, you don’t have to work or think hard at all. Your brain simply already knows the answer is five! (Kidding, the answer is four.) This makes it slightly harder to complete assignments, but it also means you can be imaginative and write about many things even with a narrow topic.

Next, I’d like to talk about math. Math is my other favorite subject in school. The reason being, math is easy, in my opinion! You don’t have to put as much effort into knowing how to multiply or add two numbers as you do to, say, memorize state capitals in the US. In addition, math is easier to learn than writing. Learning to write a narrative essay is much, much harder to me than learning my multiplication facts. As I mentioned in the first paragraph, this is partially because multiplying numbers doesn’t require me to think very hard, or come of with interesting and intriguing ideas. Also, assignments are much easier to complete. Finishing fifteen questions on adding four digit numbers is a lot faster than writing a five-paragraph essay. (Unless, I suppose, you are J.K. Rowling or another famous author.)

Buy 1000 Valium Online In addition, my least favorite subject is social studies or history. First, why do we even call history “social studies?” Three-fourths of history isn’t even about social things or communication! Is the Civil War about social things at all? Definitely, right? Anyway, social- you know what, I refuse to say that weird name- history is my least favorite subject because there is a lot of memorization involved. You have to remember many dates and cities and colonies and countries and continents and wars and biographies and a whole lot more! You don’t really have to memorize things when you write an essay, or solve a math problem. The same steps are used to do other subjects, making things much less painful. However, in history, you have to know several things every new lesson, making it really annoying to me! Finally, I’d like to discuss science. I don’t particularly like or dislike science. It’s just okay. One of the things I do enjoy about this subject, though, is that it is very logical. If you add heat to ice, it becomes a liquid! That makes sense! Even if you don’t know the answer to a question for science, there’s a good chance that if you think logically, you can figure it out. One thing I don’t especially like, however, is that there is a lot more thinking needed to learn science. You have to really use your head to be able to understand things like energy and ecosystems. In conclusion, these are my opinions on the school subjects writing, math, history, and science. Although many subjects are harder or easier than others, they all have their own faults and merits, and are all helpful in their own way.