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Post time 2018-4-17 16:48:37 |Display all floors
There was a picture showing as the following: A group of students are going to take the national-college-entrance-exam who tear up extbooks into pieces and throw the flakes into the air from the top of the building ------------which forms a rare scenery where you could see snow waving and falling down to the ground. It is said that would relax the hard-working students from the nervous mood for the upcoming exam that would determine their fate for future!---------My heart feels uncomfortable for the unusual phenomenon!

Book is our mental food that contains too much human wisdom and philosophy. We should kindly treat books and study them in a smart way!

Dear reader-friends, how do you think of knowledge-learning? How should we correctly deal with kinds of books?

Try ro use simple words for teaching and communication in daily life that is essential to the success of our education!

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I find it barbarous for people to destroy books at the end of their school days and to throw the confetti into the air.

Is there a worse statement you can make about how little you esteem the books that kept you company for a few years to enrich you?

Pupils who do this have no real education Their acquired "knowledge" is less than paper-thin.

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Ultimately, it is not these irresponsible youngsters' fault but their parents' and teachers. Chinese society shows very little regard for soft culture.

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Post time 2018-4-17 23:20:02 |Display all floors
China is always the whipping boy of a warped-blue-eyed news-commentator-on-CD I don't surprise at all.
Please try to understand the pupils with epathy, and put yourself in their shoes, instead of blamei on them as you're a teacher. I assume Educational Psychology is a compulsory subject for a to-be teacher to learn in China.

If a teacher is qualified, he would spark the interest of his pupils in the subject he teaches. Why does the pupils hate their textbooks? This is the emotional shift. In other words, they don't like the teachers.

Do you experience romantic love? If you love a girl, you love her dog.

Do you hear about a saying-being a salesperson, you're not promote your products, but your own personaltiy.

Likewise there's no poor pupils but poor teachers who fail to guide them to the realm of knowledge. If the pupils truly relish in the knowledge, how could they possibly tear apart their books?

There's nothing to do with Chinese eduction, but individual teachers. You will find the similar circumstances worldwide. And many a pupil in the West even take drug, get pregnant.

I'd like advise you travel to abroad and learn the outside of the world on your own self. It is not that unaffordable nowadays. Don't be misled and get duped by your "life tutor" on CD.

Remember, the genuine friend or tutor never ever tries to sap your confidence and trivialize your own national identification but always be respectful to your integration. This is not so-called nationalism but self-esteem I truly hope you keep to yourself. Did you ever read that he bad-mouthes anything about his own country or the West on CD? No, he always says We Westerners, blah, blah. He is such an ethnocentric.

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Post time 2018-4-18 10:16:56 |Display all floors
zhihu1 Post time: 2018-4-17 23:20
China is always the whipping boy of a warped-blue-eyed news-commentator-on-CD I don't surprise at al ...



SOmeone trumped his warped opinion thus:

China is always the whipping boy of a warped-blue-eyed news-commentator-on-CD I don't surprise at all.
Please try to understand the pupils with epathy, and put yourself in their shoes, instead of blamei on them as you're a teacher. I assume Educational Psychology is a compulsory subject for a to-be tea


If Mr Someone had a valid, solid, meaningful education, he would not have commented that "China always is the whipping boy". IT's not China that is  being whipped. It's the pupils for their cnical attitude to education (probably the same as yours).

Yes, Mr Someone, I more than know how pupils feel, better than you. My school days lie many years back but I vividly remember them. I was not always an eager learner. I developed a keener interest in many subjects as I grew older, because experience increasingly told me how relevant foreign languages, philosophy, and, of course, science, were in life.

To this day I have kept several of my books from those days. Our teachers managed to inculcate in us a respect for the literature that connected us with the subjects. I have, for example, an atlas from the 1970s. It bears place names no longer known to people born in the 1990s or later. To me, this atlas is a fountain of information historic and geographic at the same time. It triggers my interest in history.


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Post time 2018-4-18 10:20:17 |Display all floors
zhihu1 Post time: 2018-4-17 23:20
China is always the whipping boy of a warped-blue-eyed news-commentator-on-CD I don't surprise at al ...



Someone further commented:

Likewise there's no poor pupils but poor teachers who fail to guide them to the realm of knowledge. If the pupils truly relish in the knowledge, how could they possibly tear apart their books?

There's nothing to do with Chinese eduction, but individual teachers. You will find the similar circumstances worldwide. And many a pupil in the West even take drug, get pregnant.


It seems Mr Someone blames the majority of Chinese teachers for their failure to instill in their pupils a lasting and strong interest in all the subjects taught at school. Why then does Mr Someone address his thoughts to us here? He should reflect on the mnalaise that leads to entire generations of Chinese teachers failing to trigger their pupils' interests in education and the subjects that are taught at school.

Then again, you can hardly blame so many teaches INDIVIDUALLY; the fault must lie deeper and be more widespread than meets Mr Someone's eye.

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Post time 2018-4-18 10:20:58 |Display all floors
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