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 […]


The finish of Agriculture in The far east

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Enlarge image we Song Linsong says the countryside in Xiping village is dying because of the particular Rongping chemical factory. Louisa Lim, NPR Enlarge image we Loved ones have a 14-dish feast honoring the return of Wu Dexiu, remaining, to her hometown Tangjiazui. She relocated to Shanghai nine years ago to seek a better life on her family members. Search down to reading more on her living. Andrea Read more […]


System.Drawing.Bitmap Conference Emphasizes Primary College Reading

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In November, program staff attended the " Language Arts and Reading Teacher Training" organized through the Shanxi Province Education Organization.

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Instructors Awarded for Reading Courses

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In November, two lecturers in our program were given " Outstanding Teacher" Awards by the Yuncheng Education Institution which oversees our partner schools. Members with the Evaluation Group just for Reading Campuses made a surprise visit to our program site, Xiaochao College. They observed the 3rd and fourth quality reading classes which can be taught by our own program teachers Microsoft. Ren Xiaolei and also Microsoft. Li Xiaochun.

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Whoms Better Off: A good Illegal Immigrant or a Migrant?

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Commentator John Pomfret is a media reporter regarding The Washington Article who has spent many years in China covering internal migrants. He admits that that people who are in the usa unlawfully are better off than China’s internal migrants. Pomfret’s forth-coming book is Chinese language Lessons: Five Classmates and the Story from the New Cina . Located in La, Pomfret handles illegal immigration into the United States. -+011000110+- Commentator John Pomfret says that individuals Read more […]