Peking University admission notice with game CD-ROM virtual campus role-playing (pictures)


Release time: 2021-02-19 01:50:55

A few days ago, the reporter received a call from a mother in Anji County. In the phone, she told her concerns about the new curriculum reform: the daughter’s school divides students into A, B, and C classes, and the teacher cannot give more than 20 classes per class. Minutes, I also heard that the teacher was not optimistic about the new curriculum reform, and was very worried.The reporter rushed to Anji to conduct an on-site interview and found that starting from this year, nearly 80 full-time primary and secondary schools in Anji County are implementing curriculum reforms, and there are indeed many teachers.

A few days ago, the reporter received a call from a mother in Anji County. In the phone, she told her concerns about the new curriculum reform: the daughter’s school divides students into A, B, and C classes, and the teacher cannot give more than 20 classes per class. Minutes, I also heard that the teacher was not optimistic about the new curriculum reform, and was very worried. The reporter rushed to Anji to conduct an on-site interview and found that since this year, nearly 80 full-time primary and secondary schools in Anji County have been implementing curriculum reforms. Indeed, many teachers and parents expressed their incomprehension, and even more unpleasant words, said it was “eating Nothing to do after dinner”. The teacher did not teach the students very much in class. The reporters were divided into A, B, and C. The reporters came to one of the pilot schools in Anji County, Tangpu Central Primary School in Anji County. This elementary school in the development zone has nearly 800 students. In addition to students from 8 surrounding villages, there are more than 200 students who are children of migrant workers.

The principal Mei Zhidan told reporters that considering the poor self-learning ability of first and second grade students, the current curriculum reform is implemented in grades 3-6. In Tangpu Central Primary School, reporters listened to a fifth-grade math class. The class bell rang on time. In class, the students were divided into several groups (6 students in a group) sitting around, and they each got a guide card (preparatory content). The students began to discuss, there was a whisper in the classroom. Afterwards, the teacher asked the students to list the equations so that those who had understood it could tell those who did not understand it. Therefore, the reporter saw two students counseling a group member on the left and the other, and the classroom was “chaosing” again… A classmate named Zhu Qi told the reporter that a group of 6 students, two A students sitting on each side, in the middle is 4 students, student B and student C are sitting crosswise. “The teacher said that the strength of the group is greater than that of a single person. Sitting in this way, every student C can get help from student A and student B.

The mother who called the newspaper complained to the reporter: “If my child is labeled as a Class B or Class C student, I will definitely feel uncomfortable. We don’t know whether the result of the curriculum reform is good or bad, but the child’s growth process is only once, and the delay is a lifetime, so I dare not take this risk. Senior teachers take the initiative to downgrade and “avoid” the curriculum reform. Parents worry about delaying their children. The reporter found in interviews that not all teachers support the curriculum reform. Many teachers are full of questions. This also makes many parents worry about delaying their children. A teacher of Tangpu Central Primary School with more than 10 years of teaching experience, in order to temporarily “evade” the curriculum reform, he took the initiative to apply for teaching the lower grades this year, because the school has not included the first and second grades in the scope of the curriculum reform. An unnamed person The teacher said that the form of the new curriculum reform is greater than the substance, and there are three major problems. “First, more than 40 students sit around, the classroom is too small, and the scene is not easy to control; second, the classroom discipline has deteriorated, and the curriculum reform requires teachers The lecture time should not exceed 20 minutes, and students should be involved in the discussion, but many students are chatting, and a class becomes fragmented; third, if the student is’bad’, student C can get 3 points for answering questions, and student A can. Take one point. In order to get a high score in the group, the students with good grades directly tell the C student and let the C student answer.

Zhou Ying is a fifth-grade mathematics teacher. He has been teaching for 11 years and has been involved in the new curriculum reform for more than a year. He said, “To be honest, I am still a bit uncomfortable. The content of the previous class is only halfway through, so the get out of class will be dismissed. Up. Teacher Zhou said that after the curriculum reform, the workload of the teachers has also increased a lot, mainly spent on preparing lessons. “Preparing one class before, 2 class hours are about the same, now it takes twice as much time, because we need to guide students. Study plan, this is the most important part of the new curriculum reform. “However, after more than a year of experimentation, she has slowly adapted to the changes brought about by the curriculum reform. (Reporter Liang Jianwei, trainee reporter Ding Yingjuan).

“Farewell to WeChat” and “Spiritual Haze”, classmates, what do you think of these issues? After reporting on the hot topics of the self-admission re-examination of Tsinghua University yesterday, this newspaper continued to pay attention to the self-enrollment re-examination of Peking University that ended yesterday. In addition to the hot topics mentioned above, candidates reported that the comprehensive interview questions of Peking University pay more attention to the examination of students’ thinking ability. Tsinghua’s mandatory question asked what to do if the examinee helped the old man who fell and was corrupted; and the science examinee who had just sent Michelle away from Peking University ushered in the composition question of “Write a letter to Michelle’s visit to China”. Innovation potential test: The content involves the cross-disciplinary innovation potential test in the re-examination of haze management at Peking University. It is conducted through a written test with a total score of 300. According to the person in charge of the Admissions Office of Peking University, this test is based on the two subjects tested in the initial examination. Some candidates are selected to see their level in the remaining subjects as a reference.

Many candidates recalled that the political examination was mainly essay questions, and the content involved innovative countries and smog management. For the science essay questions, I wrote a letter to Michelle about her visit to China. Liaoning candidates selected the topic: How to see Zeno Theory Northeast Yucai School Science High School student Sun Jianzhi, won the first place in the “NATO” science written test in Liaoning Province, yesterday the reporter contacted him in Beijing who had just attended the independent admissions interview of Peking University . Sun Jianzhi recalled that a group of 5 students was interviewed comprehensively, and the interview was conducted by 3 examiners. The topic was randomly selected from the question bank. The topic he picked was a philosophical question, which was somewhat difficult. Liaoning examinee Sun Jianzhi’s question was: “The ancient Greek philosopher Zeno believed that if any object wants to move from point A to point B, it must first reach the midpoint C of AB, and to reach point C, he must First reach the midpoint D of AC. Similarly, to reach point D, he must first reach the midpoint of AD, and so on.

Since time and space are continuous, this dichotomy process can always go on indefinitely, so the object cannot actually leave point A, so continuous motion of an isolated object is impossible. “The question is about the understanding of this sentence and whether it is reasonable. Preferential policy: The maximum possible reduction of 60 points for admission to Peking University is based on the written test results to determine the candidates for the re-examination, and finally based on the written and re-examination results, referring to the preliminary review and evaluation results In accordance with the relevant policies of the Ministry of Education, and the conclusion of the physical test, the independent selection and admission of candidates in 2014 were determined. The candidates recognized by Peking University as the independent selection and admission candidates in 2014, Peking University will give admission within 60 points of the local admission line when the college entrance examination is admitted Preferential policy (the specific reduction rate is determined by the Peking University Undergraduate Admissions Expert Committee). Candidates whose scores in the college entrance examination reach the local admission score of Peking University can enjoy a preferential policy of 10 points reduction (for majors with special requirements) It can be implemented according to the preferential policies for independent selection and admission of relevant departments of Peking University).

(Liaoshen Evening News).

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