Recess. The popular answer by a kid in grade school for their favorite subject. It was much different from me. Ever since I was little, I was fascinated with the history of the world. From the war that solidified our nation in 1812, to World War I & II, I have always been interested in the past. Mainly because it is fun to learn how countries and leaders learned from their mistakes.
School subjects are obviously different for everybody. For example, math and science have never been my strong suit. The information is boring to me. Therefore I lose interest. For some of the people I know, it is the complete opposite. History may be their least favorite subject, while math and science draws them in. Regardless of what you are interested in, the most important takeaway is that you pay attention to the information presented. While it may be boring and tedious, it will help you to become a more well-rounded individual.
History tends to be a popular school subject in the eyes of the general public. In an opinion article, Stephanie Ransom said, "In high school I really looked forward to History and Debate. I loved to learn about the past and write short stories for remaking the way history played out. Debate was a love of mine for many years because I wanted to be a lawyer. When I got into college though I noticed I took more to English and Writing." This just goes to show that everyone has a preference! To see what more people's opinion, click here.
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