I think probably one of my most favorite course would be IB art. I seriously enjoy it, even though we have to do research. On Friday, 2 more research pages are do...well, 2 more artist researches are due. I just finished yesterday Frida Kahlo (my first!) and yeah. Seeing everyone in class' work is so inspiring! Steal ideas was what Ms. Swanson suggested and I shall do that...if I still remember.
Aside from art, I love English! I always enjoy Miller's classes. They're so amusing and I just never seem to be really bored, I tend to listen to what he says. Unlike History.
I'm sorry, but History is like socials 10 (you guys probably understand). I ended up doodling and playing sudoku and all that again this class. Our history pretty much turned into a really shallow (no offence) ToK class...and then once again, we kind of 'wasted' time on this talking, not that I don't love discussions, but then...we have A LOT of things to do!!
Someone was saying how the Japanese people are changing history, by hiding the fact that they did such things to the Chinese people (and many others). I really disagree with that because...they're not actually CHANGING history itself, but just hiding a part of it which alters people's perspective of things (propaganda!)...so they're changing people's opinions and views, not actually history itself.
Everyone was all doing the whole 'deep ToK' thing...and Tony pretty much stopped the discussion with his one line. Thank yous!
Anyways, I really mentally prepared myself to suffer next year since this year will be slacked for history. Please prepare your minds too because you will be seeing a really, really horrible face next year!
I just finished the booklet of safety stuff for Biology and so I'm pretty much done. I will maybe read Dubliners later tonight, before I sleep or during 3rd block. For math, I'll probably do one or two questions and just review for the test. Supposedly, my sister said the tests aren't that bad. -- the awesomeness of having an older sibling is their experience helps calm your soul...at times.