Social and Literature School

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Trade NameSummary
ConversationThe art of speaking to and with others in a casual environment.
Creating StoriesThe ability to come up with characters and a plot, and either write it down or speak it orally.
DebateThe fine art of taking a stand on a two-sided argument, and backing your statement up with factual eloquence.
HistoryThe study of all that has gone before, as well as its application in teaching and other situations.
JournalismThe study of recording news events via print.
LanguagesThe analysis and comprehension of various languages and other types of communication.
LawThe study and application of the governmental rules, in application to the justice of one's countrymen.
Oral StorytellingThe art of passing on important historical stories, parables, and other tales via word of mouth, in order to preserve history, lessons, and advice.
PhilosophyA thinker who seeks to understand and explain the nature of life and reality. Also known for acting calm and rationally in situations.
Photo JournalismThe use of photos to convey information about a particular event, supplemented by minimal text.
PoetryThe art of creating verse and poems through the use of words.
PsychologyThe intense study of the mind, and how it works, as well of all its sicknesses and afflictions.
SociologyThe science or study of the origin, development, organization, and functioning of society; the science of the fundamental laws of social relations, institutions, etc.
SongwritingThe study of creating prose that can be accompanied to music in order to make songs.
Writing and LiteratureOne engaged in writing books, articles, stories, etc., especially as an occupation or profession; an author or journalist.