I had this one bitch teacher who halved my mark because I looked up the dates of ww2 events instead of writing the ones she told the class. Even though she told me I was not wrong and the start/end dates aren't set, she still gave me a trash grade that I couldn't correct.
Too much subjectivity in history, depends on the teacher. Still, one of the most useful ones I learned in school.
It was mostly either music theory (which I didn't enjoy) or we played something. In elementary school we just played the recorder, but in high school we started to play with guitars, ukuleles, drums, pianos etc...
I don't know how it is at other countries, but here in Finland at least we always played quite simple and well known songs that almost everyone has heard at least once on the radio.
Either way it still isn't for everyone, but personally I enjoyed it a lot. Actually motivated me to buy an electric guitar myself (although I don't really use it anymore).
I swear I will never understand people answering with history. I had some cool history teachers which i liked a lot but the subject itself was still unbearably boring.
Math and physics for me (but they got less fun after going to university)
I get that stone age history etc is boring but otherwise there is so much interesting stuff imo.
Like for example u can look up Historia Civilis on youtube and watch his Caesar videos in chronological order, man was literally living in a TV show
this playlist if anyone is interested:
Stone age history and such are probably the best tho. Learning when the first significant inventions took place like writing etc is at least somewhat interesting, but all the wars or political things later on are just straight up boring and meaningless to me.
Band is fun
I enjoyed physics but i had a shit teacher that made the class very difficult because it was AP so it was supposed to be college level
I really liked Spanish but I had no room in my schedule for it this year :(
I remember my teacher had Strasbimus, that thing which makes ur eyes look at different angles separately. I remember her yelling at me cuz i was too loud and it took me some time to realize she was talking to me cuz she was looking at the other side of the class lmao
Was so funny, she knew i had a laugh but in the end she liked me cuz i was positive, so was she tbh. Sad thing is i heard she died lately due to heart attack [*] rip
I only have one class that I ever liked and I dont even remember the name of it. I think it was called current events. It had no homework or tests on material but it was the only class I paid attention in because it was interesting