Across China: Epidemic no match for education

Beijing, Feb. 16 (Xinhua) - Although the beginning of the new semester this year has been postponed for security reasons amid the outbreak of coronavirus novel, students in China have never been studied

. During the special period, Chinese students have access to several online classes or study through television. In addition to their regular studies, students are also required to learn knowledge about epidemic prevention and control and psychological health, according to the Ministry of Education

. The following are photos of experience in teaching teachers and students home taking online classes across the country


teachers TURN online ANCHORS

front of a camera, rather than the children in the classroom Chen Hui, a professor of English at the Lushan International Experimental elementary School in Changsha, capital of central China. Hunan Province, was giving a live class students watching on screens at home as she showed some photos of a tree on the Board

Wu Xingchun, English teacher in a high school Ningshan County, northwestern province of Shaanxi China, by contrast, considers onlin e teaching as a challenge. Wu conferences more than 500 ninth graders in the mountainous county

. Without face to face interaction with their students, Wu necessary to carefully prepare PowerPoint documents, summarize the main points of the textbook and find useful knowledge for students

". the last class of 45 minutes compressed into an online class 25 minutes now, so we have to use the teacher highly concise language and provide knowledge points concentrated to students," said Wu

. Outside Wang Lufeng, 37, an associate professor at the Faculty of Sciences and Food Technology of Huazhong Agricultural University has not set foot in the front door after returning to his hometown in Jinxiang county, eastern province China Shandong Wuhan during SPRI Festival ng.

In late January, the university instructed Wang to prepare for online classes that were scheduled to begin in mid-February

class preparation was not too difficult for Wang, however, poor network signal in the rural town had become a big problem. On February 10, when he started the online class, Wang came up with a good idea to set its kind in the ceiling of the signal was not better

. As the camera on, his students were surprised by the room on the roof on their screens, and was moved by the efforts of Wang

. "The atmosphere around my teacher is very quiet, accompanied. by tweeting birds He made every effort to offer the class on time, "one of the students Wang, adding that the students were deeply moved and encouraged by the spirit of the teacher to overcome difficulties

After class, the hands of Wang had turned red in the cold winter wind, but still questions students answer patience

Never stop learning

Tang Mingying, a high school graduate in the province southwest China's Guizhou, the TV is turned on at 9 am to see online classes launched by the provincial education department every day

"There are only four months for entrance exams to college this year," said Tang

When the first hearing on the postponement of the start of the semester school, Tang, Secondary School No. 1 in Qianxi Qianxi County in the city of Bijie, was very anxious

. To minimize the impact of the epidemic on learning high school students from the province, the provincial education department of Guizhou and the company channel radio and television province launched online classes for high school students February 3

Now, with the help of the 'class cloud', Tang has more confidence in preparation for entrance exams to college < / p>

about 8,000 students in the county will have the entrance exams to college this year, many of whom are from poor mountainous areas .

Song Xiang, a school principal Qianxi No.1 Middle School, said there are more than 30 students in his class and almost half of them are from rural villages. They hope to get good results in the entrance exam and out of the mountains to study at universities in the future

. Over the past week, Chen Zining an elementary school student at the Experimental Primary School in" target="_BLANK">Changsha, Hunan Province, central China, saw a television program on the prevention of novel coronavirus at 8:30 am every day. The program was made by the provincial education department to help students learn about virus prevention measures and relevant .

Education Office prohibited city schools to teach students new classes, except for graduates in middle schools. Online classes should focus solely on science, mental health, home exercise, comprehensive practice and winter vacations comments task, the required office

. The children have been fascinated by the courses TV in preventing epidemics, shown in a variety of forms, such as letters, cartoons and songs

" . at the beginning, I was worried that my son would be bored at home, but now I come across many online courses are very useful and interesting. in fact, children are free to take online classes because they can cope have a break at any time when they feel tired, "said Jia Peng, a parent of Changsha. End

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