Monday, October 02, 2006

They Took Our Sports Away. (Part 1)


It's funny how they try to make maths problems sound less dull by using words like "Exercises" and "Activities". It's probably just another daft Choueifati attempt to compensate for the complete lack of physical activity in the higher grades.
In Choueifat, most students are forced to “drop” PE in the tenth grade. In the eleventh, there is no mention of sport or PE whatsoever. If the students wish to play some kind of sport, they have to go through a long and grueling process of registering a “club” at the SLO office.
Not that we even have enough time to play anything. In an average grade 12 student school week (44 hours), we usually get about two (three if we’re lucky) free periods in which we can throw a ball around. Of course, we’re advised to either work for SLO or study in an exam hall for the duration of the free period. Generally, by the time we’ve arranged to get a basketball or a football, we’ve wasted about half the break…

3 comments:

Choueifatass said...

congrats on your site! Excellent stuff - the logos are a bit on the dark side arent they!!!??? There is hope, there is always hope, the sun falls before it rises and so too from the ashes will the phoenix soar........ I dunno doesnt make sense to me either....

regards

mithi said...

great stuff maann....its awesome!,..n totaly totaly tru..!
keep it going hun,cuz were reading,.were alllll readingg!

Anonymous said...

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