Angoel (angoel) wrote,

I've currently taken it upon myself to sort through some of my old school books, with a view to saving that which is worthy of saving, and getting rid of the rest. To work out how best to deal with them, I thought I'd brain-dump onto LJ.

I currently have cut down my creations into a number of categories:

  • Revision notes. These represent the compressed knowledge amassed over the years. Keep.
  • Projects. These represent the better and more interesting things that I've done - especially those done as coursework. In general, keep.
  • Creative subjects. I'm thinking primarily of English, Art and Design and Technology here. Reading these is interesting and sweet. Keep.
  • Non-creative subjects. I'm thinking of things like maths, sciences and languages here. These consist of long lists of answers where I don't have the questions, and descriptions of stuff that are either blindingly obvious now (maths and sciences) or I have no interest in (languages). Lose
  • Other subjects. I'm thinking of those semi-creative such as Geography, History, Business Studies, Religious education, etc. Unsure, decide on a case-by-case basis
  • Non-learning related. Sort out a different time

Hmm. I think it looks reasonable. Putting it into practice may be harder, though. And I think that I need more box-files.
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