In Japanese high school you stay in the same home room and the teacher switch for each subject .
My question is in lucky star why did Kagami choose liberal arts in her second year? Sukasa said it was to be with her and konata. But if you don't switch classes what's the purpose?
Never watched it and I didn't know their schools worked like that either. If you're watching sub version then I assume some schools do move classes or the makers just got it wrong.
Dubbed version would be easier to answer though - cultural traditions are often changed into something a western audience can relate to, so maybe it was originally the home room in Japanese.
Hey OP, what happens is in Japan they separate classes based on what they pick.
On the school I stayed abroad for a month, classes 1~6 were humanities, while 7~11 were natural sciences. What this means is that the natural sciences classes had more advanced math, as well as physics and chemistry as subjects, while Humanities had History, Geography etc.
So in the second year there is two types of classes and home rooms ? And there is a bunch of home rooms based on the choice you picked? Is that why even tho they picked the same humanities they were in a different class with same work?
Yeah, because there's only Humanities and Natural Sciences for, in my case, almost 1000 students, even if two people picked Humanities they wouldn't necessarily end up in the same class.
They just call them home rooms because you don't leave them, and the teachers come to you instead.
Last question for these two classes shown in picture do you change classes for these? Or is that also a choice to see what homeroom you go to for the year