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IF schools use anime and manga to teach boring classes
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Posted 10/1/08 , edited 10/3/08
IF schools use anime and manga to teach boring classes, do you think everyone will get A's?
For me, im very picky with my anime and manga.

Edit: btw, i didnt say IF it could happen, im asking IF it DID happen
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zincer wrote:

IF schools use anime and manga to teach boring classes, do you think everyone will get A's?
For me, im very picky with my anime and manga.


Agree, and nah, i prefer 'teaching games' lol

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Posted 10/2/08
Yeah (i guess)
If they are I'm getting strait A's in my report card!!!
Hahhaha
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Posted 10/2/08
It doesn't change the fact that it's still boring.
Posted 10/2/08
that would be just pathetic to use anime as a medium for teaching . . .
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Posted 10/2/08
Pfft. If you are talking about Japanese class and their usage of manga in Japanese/anime without subs, then forget it unless you have the willingness to learn.

However if you are in a Humanities class in college or whatever, good luck with that.

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Posted 10/2/08

Nakapagpabagabag wrote:

It doesn't change the fact that it's still boring.


Indeed, It's like having a very good appetizer but having shit for the main course and dessert.
Posted 10/2/08
wouldn't that just make anime another teaching tool?

I like my anime and school separated

not mixed.

or stirred. xDD (hurhurhur really old lame joke)
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Posted 10/2/08
i'm sure that i'll be able to make it in the A class... i'm not boasting though...
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Posted 10/2/08
I don't think so.

Because, like OP, I'm pretty damn picky.
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Posted 10/2/08
If that would happen, I bet my right butt cheek the only animes that would be tauight would be the fandom obsessed ones. Particularly ones that are overrated.
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Posted 10/2/08
"i watch anime that i like" and i dont care what they say
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Posted 10/2/08

Kanone wrote:

If that would happen, I bet my right butt cheek the only animes that would be tauight would be the fandom obsessed ones. Particularly ones that are overrated.


I do not see any educational value in fandom obsessed animes. Seriously. If there was an anime class, it would be something like Humanities or Literature, and students would be watching movies all the time.

Speaking of which, isn't this a topic about animes used to teach 'boring classes', not 'anime classes'?
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BlazingRb wrote:

that would be just pathetic to use anime as a medium for teaching . . .


agreed
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Posted 10/2/08

valnavatthe1st wrote:


Kanone wrote:

If that would happen, I bet my right butt cheek the only animes that would be tauight would be the fandom obsessed ones. Particularly ones that are overrated.


I do not see any educational value in fandom obsessed animes. Seriously. If there was an anime class, it would be something like Humanities or Literature, and students would be watching movies all the time.

Speaking of which, isn't this a topic about animes used to teach 'boring classes', not 'anime classes'?


If there were animes to teach 'boring classes', it's basically the same thing as having a class lesson on anime. It just overrides the 'Boring' part, ne?
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