LOL our ECT class is the same, one massive debate, we're doing the historicity of Jesus Christ and our debates are massive, im a liberal theologan while the only other persons a fundamentalist, lol our teacher always stops us before the punch ups, love religionmax said:Yeh, you should definately have an item of research in mind before starting the course. As a whole, you'll love the course if you enjoy history. I certianly do, as our class has three students - one a 'left wing socialist sympathiser', another a 'right wing liberal conservative (me)' and the other a fence sitter. Our discussions are gold. Our teacher is basically the chairperson.
Correction: This is one of the highest scaling subjects, but because it is easier to do well in Ext. English or Maths, it may appear so. It must be remembered that the history project is not more important than the exam, as our teacher reminds us daily. If you bomb out in the exam, you're kinda screwed, simple as that. :uhhuh:fruitbonbon17 said:It does involve a lot of work, especially since it's only a 1-unit subject and it doesn't scale as well as say, ext. 1 & 2 maths and english.
Yeah, this afternoon at 2. We finish our trials on Friday, with Ext. English tomorrow morning. I still have a few assessments to go, but my Ext. History project is in. It sucksmaverick099999 said:Do you say ur history trials are tomorrow?....cause mine arnt untill next monday
The work load gets easier though.Aphrael_87 said:I just started History extension, and i dont think i was quite prepared for the amount of work, but it aint that bad, if you love history like i do then you'll enjoy it, im looking forward to my major study, its really interesting, i would recomment you keep it an option as a 1 unit course.