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Classroom Subjects

Creating subjects is the act of dividing learning into segments. Some of the most common subjects at school include English, history, mathematics, physical education, and science. In future years of study, these subjects can be broken down further into specialties, and get more difficult in terms of subject matter.

In elementary school, one teacher will usually teach all subjects. Conversely, in middle school and high school, a teacher will only teach one subject to students. The teacher of each subject has usually achieved a bachelor or master’s degree in the subject that they teach in high school. As students move further into high school, they will be able to select courses they are interested in, whereas in elementary and middle school students are expected to complete certain specific courses.

 

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Literacy

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