Starting the New Session

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That semester we shall start working together with a new partner school, Dong Wu Xing Primary Education . They operate about 130 scholars who live in the nearby village. Around this school there is one period a day for analyzing. We will take this time to show students some effective analyzing methods and tactics. Within out-of-class time, you will also give scholars more opportunities to complete meaningful reading writing along with exercise.

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Mid-Autumn Celebration

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Within September, we taught a unit around the Mid-Autumn Celebration. There were a total number of sixteen course intervals.

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An easy Pleasure: Reading Aloud at Xiaochao Major College

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Within October, teachers focused on reading stories for their students after which giving students silent reading time. Third grade teacher Microsoft. Ren Xiaolei learn Xili Hulu the actual Pig through author Sunlight Youjun.

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Adoring Revolutionary History: Our own Class in Dong Wu Xing Town

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Through Zhao Junfang, Movie director and Program Manager

Dong Wu Xing Primary School is one of our partner schools. It is about 10 kilometers from Yongji City and has about 130 students. They come from three surrounding villages. The school buildings are the most dilapidated we have seen in Yongji. There is absolutely no playing area, no fencing. Originally it had been slated for drawing a line under but due to the principal as well as village head' s efforts— as well as its location within a village that has been critical during the anti-Japanese war— it has been capable to remain open.

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Eking Out an Existence in China’s Remote Badlands

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Enlarge image inde i The actual village of Dalaochi in China’s Gansu province blends in with the khaki-colored landscape. Andrea Hsu, NPR Enlarge image inde i Doug Seaside for NPR Enlarge image inde i Wei Zijian (L) and his relative Wei Xiaowu within the courtyard from the younger Wei’s home. Almost all the families in Dalaochi are generally surnamed Wei. Read more […]


Reading Curriculum: Focused Units

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Through Wang Yanzhen, Curriculum Instructor

It' ersus been two months as we began working with the third graders at Dong Wu Xing Primary College. September was mainly spent raising students' desire for reading and providing them with time and room to read individually. October was centered on improving their reading through comprehension and their involvement in reading routines.

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Yearly Record 2009-2010

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Since the end of 2010 strategies, we' advierte prepared an Annual Are accountable to discuss RCEF' s achievements over the past 12 months. Thanks to your interest in our innovative curriculum and teacher training product. As always, we accepted your feedback and relationship in advancing quality knowledge for rural Chinese young children. Happy holidays and best wishes for those new year!

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Remembering Random Calls in the Night

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Commentator Bates Gill has traveled all over rural China. He shares a story concerning the unsolicited calls he and his wife received while staying at a guesthouse. Bates Gill is co-author of Tiongkok: The Balance Sheet: What the Globe Needs to Know Right now About the Emerging Superpower. -+011000110+- Commentator Bates Gill has traveled all over rural China. He shares a story concerning the unsolicited calls he and his wife received while staying at a guesthouse. Bates Gill is co-author Read more […]


The constituents of our 3rd Grade Reading Conversations

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This semester, our third grade students in the Jingle Wu Xing Village Main School had many for you to discuss books which they read. Before beginning a discussion, the teacher would choose a appropriate book based upon students’ reading level and background. The students would then read the reserve using different forms. Sometimes the teacher would read aloud towards the students and quite often the students would read in small groups, pairs, or independently. The teacher prepared discussion questions and also encouraged students to create up question they wanted to discuss. This helped them to cultivate their considering skills and empathy with characters and situations in the guides.

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Chinese Village Provides Model with regard to Prosperity

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Enlarge image we Previously mentioned, Huaxi looks like an American region. In China’s richest village, each of the original citizens lives in a rental. Every household owns one car; several own as many as three. Louisa Lim, NPR Enlarge image we Sun Haiyan with his seran in his opulent Huaxi home. Louisa Lim, NPR Enlarge image we Doug Seaside with regard Read more […]