You have never heard of General Secondary before, did you?
You may have done actually, the educational system in Britain.
But the general secondary I am talking about, and in the mean case I mean what I am writing about, is totally different than how the American and British systems move.
The general secondary I am talking about is the educational system for the age group from 15 to 17 in my country, like high school.
But things are pretty different.
This educational system stands upon one rule, Put the whole book in your brain and pour what you know in the paper in front of you.
And the meaning of this statementnis literal, not a figure of speech, in other words, if one of those pages of a book aren’t well-printed in your brain, you have a good chance to fail, especially if your exam left everything and focused on that page.
You have to study simple silly, useless details in literature like,” what was the king wearing?” And “What were they eating?” Or “Why did Gulliver sneeze?”, and the Gulliver example is true.
And we never learn any moral from it except by ourselves, but in the exam, we aren’t asked about the moral or the idea, we are asked ” How did the people of Lilliput transport Gulliver?” Or ” How much did they feed him?”
We don’t do many science experiments, and if we did, the teacher only shows us, we never get to put our hands on the lab tools and try those experiments, wether they were safe or dangerous.
We entre our practical science exam, but we never do anything practical, we just write down the experiment, the mechanism, the tools, the observation and the conclusion.
To tell you the truth, there were no tools on the table, I studied what were they and wrote them down, and sometimes, I don’t know why some of them are used.
And because I have to be studying Physics now, I will be off now and return another day on an another break
Tell me, what do you think?