Secondary school education and the whole list of subjects

Posted by Sonali Kale on April 30th, 2019

Secondary school education and the whole list of subjects

Secondary schools differ with regards to the subjects and syllabus depending upon the board of education the school provides like state board, CBSE, ICSE, and others. The subjects differ from one board to another on the basis of difficulty level, depth of the subject information, etc.

Students face drastic changes with regards to the portion taught in secondary school education. This is when science enters the syllabus of the school in the form of general science and social science. They get to learn about various environmental factors and their impacts. Students get to learn more and in details as they move forward with their progress in academics. It includes the study of history, geography, science.

Secondary schools provide the basic knowledge of the subjects in the lower standards like 5th, 6th and 7th where the students need to get clear with the basics concepts so that they cope up in the higher standards 8th, 9th and 10th when the difficulty level increases as the subject goes in more details and deep in terms of its knowledge, theory, and practicality. Even the languages taught are more into depth regarding grammar and composition as compared to the primary section.

Secondary school education builds logical reasoning skills, problem-solving skills to a reasonable extent. They experience better development with knowledge of different subjects and fields, and this makes their mind open and fresh thus welcoming different subjects or the same ones but different dimensions. In Science, they get to learn the three parts in it, i.e. physics, chemistry, and biology where they learn different concepts and differentiate between the three parts and what role they play. History step by step gives the details of various events and periods like ancient period, the medieval period, modern period, Reign of different Indian kings, Greek and European history and their events, Pre and Post Freedom events in India and the struggle for Independence, etc. Geography is mainly related to the globe, maps, earth crust and interior, different continents and oceans, earth's structure, etc.

Author's Bio:

The author is a secondary school teacher and explains the different subjects and how they will help a student ahead in his/her career. The author further speaks about the subjects covered during a particular class and also emphasizes maximum attention and commitment from the student's side to grow physically, mentally, and academically.


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