My brain just decided to "alright, i'm going to head out" when a more complicated thing is being explained
You sure showed that teacher, haha
WitherMite wrote:history and math, no, I could always just teach myself better than I could in school, since the internet exists, and history tests were always just common sense stuff, as they were moving away from memorizing dates and focusing more on what we can learn from history. I slept though my junior year of US history and still passed with a b, the teacher did not like me when I would ace the tests after sleeping the whole class...
english and science were different, Im actually kind of interested in science and english requires you to know the material to participate in the dicussions.
You gotta teach me how to do Math sometimes later c:
ClevelandsMyBro wrote:i would try to remain focus the whole class until it gets boring or really confusing or i got sleepy. science (physics, biology, chemistry), geography, and sociology has been really hard. meanwhile math and english is a breeze.
I'm impressed @_@
sharpress wrote:if i can't concentrate i normally just play games while listening, perks of online uni!
keremaru wrote:Sometimes I pay attention.
Most of the time, I'm just watching YouTube and waiting for the conversation to either call my name or the class to end.
Like ghoulybits, senioritis has killed my motivation for things that I just don't care about. Music and Japanese class actively keep me up, and I actually want to be there for those moments. Marine Science is interesting, too, but I'm mostly just doing math for "fun facts" (like how many burgers a person would have to eat to match the diet of a minke whale). But I just slack off for the rest of the classes; English, History and Gym. I don't have to try in English or Gym, and History is the class subject I hate with a passion.
TL;DR, it depends on the class.