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What subjects are taught as general ed in average Polish highschools?


whitopian1 8 | 3
2 Sep 2012 #1
okay, so this is probably going to be removed, but i am new to this website and i do not really know where this one should go. in fact this is my first question (or post) so before you guys remove this could you guys tell me where this question should go? thanks if you do

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here's my question:

what subjects are taught as general ed in average polish highschools?

like, where i live, i have: algebra 2, gym, (modern world) history, lunch, band, religion, biology, spanish, and english. (i know this seems confusing, but at my school you can switch lunch with band and everybody has religion the second half of their lunch period)

also, how would you say these subjects in polish? (for asking that question do i have to go to the "translations forum"?)

dzienki :)
pawian 177 | 14,506
2 Sep 2012 #2
what subjects are taught as general ed in average polish highschools?

Polish, English, German or another foreign language, History, Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Business Basics, RC Religion, PF, Culture, Society, Defence.
Barney 15 | 1,476
2 Sep 2012 #3
Biology, Chemistry, Physics

Do the kids have practical as part of these subjects or is it all theory?
Ginger cupcakes
2 Sep 2012 #4
Well, I've just graduated from high school -biology and chemistry were my majors - students do the theoretial parts only, because it's forbidden by law to let them play with chemicals :)
pawian 177 | 14,506
2 Sep 2012 #5
Do the kids have practical as part of these subjects or is it all theory?

Good question. It depends on the school. Most are underinvested so it is mainly theory. E.g., In Chemistry class, Polish kids do extremely difficult exercises. I hated them in my biological-chemistry class at high school.

because it's forbidden by law to let them play with chemicals :)

or to cut open a frog and other little friends of human.
Barney 15 | 1,476
2 Sep 2012 #6
because it's forbidden by law to let them play with chemicals

I heard this....well not the law part. Now that you have graduated do you think a bit of practical work would have helped you?

I also heard that there is no practical work in University either.

Hope I haven't hijacked this thread
pawian 177 | 14,506
2 Sep 2012 #7
Hope I haven't hijacked this thread

Making 1860 posts in PF allows you to do a little hijacking.
Barney 15 | 1,476
2 Sep 2012 #8
Most are underinvested so it is mainly theory

Yes
I went to a Catholic school which were not entirely funded by the state in a working class area and we did some practical but not a lot. I found this a disadvantage when at university compared with other kids from different areas.

Making 1860 posts in PF allows you to do a little hijacking.

**** that many:):)
I thought I was a lurker:)


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