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Post time 2007-5-16 13:50:31 |Display all floors
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Post time 2007-5-18 22:11:04 |Display all floors
"Score is the first thing a student should concern" is the theory of Chinese education for such a long time.Low score probably means low standard of life in the future in China.The infrastructure of China is not as good as many other developed countries,as Blue-collars universally earn little.So most students are forced by both thier parents and teachers to only focus on study and get higher score in order to enter  better universities then get a good job with higher salary.They have no choice but to follow their parents' willing.That's also the reason why there haven't been any Chinese scientists which educated in China won the Nobel Praise.99.999999% of the students in China lose their interest and zeal of study,and also lose most of their creativity.That's a large pitty in China and it won't be changed for decades of years-at least.We have to accept it because we are living in China.Complaints don't help because it's a so complicated and historical issue.

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Post time 2007-5-18 22:25:51 |Display all floors
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Post time 2007-5-19 00:16:54 |Display all floors

The reason?

Most chinese parents hold the notion that only studying can give their chirdren a bright way to be successful.
So the chirdren don' t have any choices but studying hard as they can to be a "good kid". If they don not do what theit parents told them to do ,they will be punished.
On the other hand , the school put pressures on the kids for they want to make the kids to enter a good school after graduate from their school . So ,the kids get more hard in the school.
I feel very sorry .

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Post time 2007-5-20 15:27:23 |Display all floors
Originally posted by yinjuejie at 2007-5-19 00:16
Most chinese parents hold the notion that only studying can give their chirdren a bright way to be successful.So the chirdren don' t have any choices but studying hard as they can to be a "g ...


It is because the serious situation of finding a job in China as its dense population...So we don't have any other choice.

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Post time 2007-5-20 16:07:29 |Display all floors
change the syllabus - core essentials for each subject plus supplementary material in compressed disks or through internet portals, using facilities in public libraries, community computer clubs, after-school labs;  core exercise workbooks of increasing difficulty per lesson - to help identify the fast and slow learners and provide separate focus on each; faster go faster, slower go slower but complete the attention; from time saved in going to essentials only; aim for max. three hours homework after school only; subject teachers must coordinate how much workload imposed on student at the end of each day; weekends for learning about other things - visit to the zoo, how the post office works, repairing a bicycle, building a gyroscope, home electronics, maths in nature, character-building and team-building exercises, arts and craft competitions, etc.  Modify all these for rural schools without losing sight of end objectives and how to overcome limitations.

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Post time 2007-5-21 09:29:48 |Display all floors
Of course, children spend less time in school than usual.  But their parents will take them to other course for remediation. Essentially, everything has not changed.  They have no time to play and rest. That's all!

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