School subjects on which the children do not get bored
• School subjects on which the children do not miss
In our school days we all had favorite subjects. As any child knows, interesting lessons pass unnoticed, and sad, seems to last forever. We present some fascinating and unusual lessons from around the world.
1. Japan: the admiration of nature.
The aim of these lessons - to teach young people to appreciate the aesthetic aspect of the environment outdoors. Too often today's children develop this ability to ignore, preferring to spend time in front of computers and other electronic gadgets. As is the case with the more familiar subjects, such as mathematics or geography, the admiration of nature - this is the usual class to which you want to come in the form and school bags. Children receive evaluation and even take exams at the end of the year.
2 Bashkortostan beekeeping.
More than 100 schools in Bashkortostan have their own apiaries. There, children learn to collect honey. It is also important that these lessons taught students patience, care and precision.
3. Israel: cyber-security. As the Internet continues to penetrate deeper and deeper into our lives, cyber security has become an important area of knowledge. Aware of this fact, Israeli schools have introduced the topic known as "Theory and practice of cyber-warfare." Among other things, children are taught how to behave in cyberspace and how to respond to comments in blogs and social networks. In addition, special attention is paid depending on the video game.
4. Armenia: folk dances.
Armenians sincerely proud of their ethnic dances. Armenian culture has more than 1,500 local dances, each of which has a unique history and meaning. For this reason, the Armenian authorities have included in the 2013 national dances in the mandatory curriculum.
5. Australia: surfing lessons.
In an effort to preserve the reputation of "masters of the wave", the Australians are now teaching their most spectacular sports in schools. This is to ensure that no foreigner will never be better than the Australians at home on the beach. Similar lessons were presented in Hawaii.