The subjects (from Latin assignatus) are the subjects that
make up a career or a study plan, and are
taught in schools. According to
some examples of subjects are literature, biology and chemistry.
On the other hand, when someone refers to a pending subject,
they are talking about a project or an ideal that is still pending
resolution. For example: "Traveling to the Caribbean is a pending subject
for me. "
Although in many countries the words subjects and subjects are used as synonyms,
certain differences can be established. The studies, whether in Basic, Secondary
or Higher Education, are divided into subjects. Each subject usually has
assigned a classroom where classes are taught, their own teachers, certain
schedules, etc. In other words, each subject focuses on a differentiated
area of knowledge.
On the other hand, when a student carries out a specific study, investigation or project,
which revolves around a single central theme, it is a matter
The difference that could be established between subject and matter,
therefore, is as follows: a subject is made up of one or more subjects
structured within a study plan or academic year. Outside of this
context, the object of study by itself can be known as matter.
The subjects, therefore, represent the essence of the educational
systems, constituting the pillar of the study plans. The set of
subjects make up the basic studies and also the undergraduate or postgraduate