Speaking part 1 Science classes

The questions in Part 1 are on general topics about your life. Your answers are from your life and experience. There is no right or wrong answer.

Topic : Science classes

1. Do you like science classes?
2. What kind of science classes did you study at school?
3. Did you have science classes in your primary school? Or only in high school?
4. Do you think science classes are necessary?
5. What science subject did you like the most in school? Why?
6. Is your work related to science?
7. How do you study science?

Q1. Do you like science classes?
Well, science is not my cup of tea, but it doesn’t mean I do not like this subject. I mean to say science contains two parts theoretical and practical, and I like the only practical part, and I always got A grade in that part but got a C grade in the second part.

Q2. What kind of science classes did you study at school?
I studied chemistry, physics and biology at school. Biology was my favourite subject because a person gets a chance to explore the human body and nature. Even now, I prefer to read biological books. Chemistry was also an interesting class, but physics was the most challenging subject for me all the time.

Q3. Did you have science classes in your primary school? Or only in high school?
Both schools had science classes; in fact, it was the major part of the school’s curriculum. I learned basic science in primary school and the same subject in high school but in detail.

Q4. Do you think science classes are necessary?
I think it is a person’s personal view. According to my perception, science classes ar essential for our lives because we learn many things such as natural phenomenon, human body and other living things. Another fact is that at present most of the industries are related to science and technology, so if a student knows science and technology, it will be beneficial to get a job in this competitive era.

Q5. What science subject did you like the most in school? Why?
As I said biology class was my favourite class because though this subject, a student can explore nature, human and many other living things.

Q6. Is your work related to science?
I am a computer engineer, so my work is related to computers and other machines, but I watch the Discovery channel for knowledge and entertainment.

Q7. How do you study science?
Well, it is a difficult subject for me, so I spent more time on it during school time. I focused on the teacher’s lecture and noted down the main concept, and I also searched for some information on the internet.

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