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    Chinese Education

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    Chinese Education The Education system in China although different than America’s has many good qualities. The view of Education in China has changed dramatically over the last forty years; it has gone from there being no real system to one that is held up to be one of the best in the world. In this paper I will go through the history of Chinese education and show how much it truly has changed. I will also look at how it is now and what China can expect for its future. In 1949 The People’s

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    well-rounded education. Each culture has a specific formula for obtaining an intelligent population. In ancient times, many western cultures failed to place an adequate emphasis on education. China differed from many western cultures. China has a long history of emphasizing education. Contemporary Chinese culture stays true to its ancient roots through a Confucian culture reflected in the modern educational system. Chinese cultural history is riddled with signs of Confucian thought. Ancient Chinese society

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    U.S. and Chinese Education

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    U.S. and Chinese Education Causation For Choosing This Topic I must confess I believed, until I two months ago, the Chinese education system is a totally mistake. I do not like it and as far as I know, a lot of Chinese students hold the same idea like me. I asked several Chinese graduate students who are now studying in US if they are satisfied with their elementary and middle school year’s study, or say, do they think those studies benefit their future life. Their answers are all negative

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    Benefits of Making Chinese Classes Mandatory China has about one-fifth of the world’s populations are and is currently the second largest economy in the world. Hawaii is one of the popular tourist places for Chinese and 94% of the products that the imported in the United States are made in China. In an increasingly competitive business world, the Chinese language has become a business tool for businesses across different to venture into the Chinese business industry and attain business success.

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    The Consequences of Chinese Education

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    can always hear this sentence shouted out by Chinese children’s mouths at anywhere and anytime. Chinese children receive too much stress from both their parents and schools. The education in China is basically named “exam-oriented education.” It means it only pay attention on the results, and keep on throwing the knowledge into the children’s minds, but it doesn’t care if the children truly understand or not. Therefore, the education that the Chinese children receive has influenced them in many ways

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    What is the ability of Chinese students lost? If someone asked me what is essential in our life, I will tell him is to education. Education is a kind of heritage for morality science technology knowledge. Nowadays, the education is become more and more important in our life. Everyone wants to learn a lot of knowledge. China is the most populous country in the world. It is also the world’s most students of the country and my hometown. However, the university resources in China is limited. So the government

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    up in the American education system, I always took my education for granted. My mother would always say, “You know how much people would want to be in your place and go to school?” In Chinese culture, education is the only way to achieve upward social mobility and leave the poor social economic class; whether you are rich or poor, you must have education and go to school. Education is not equal for everyone so how can one play the game when it is set up against you. Education is based on the resources

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    4.2 Different activity arrangement American educational theories focus on interaction between teachers and students, students and students; while Chinese education is mainly composed of teaching. It reveals as the difference of classroom activities between China and the US. Since American students and Chines teachers are affected by different values, their might arouse discomfort or inadaptation especially in elementary TCFL classrooms because students are too young to adapt to new educational forms

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    My high school possessed all the stereotypical features one can find in a caricature of the Chinese education system. As high school students, we were almost without any choice in terms of what to study but also without time to think about choice—math was hard, exams were frequent, and individual rankings of nearly a thousand students were made public to encourage competitiveness. The school, in emphasizing the importance of the college entrance exam that determined our future universities and even

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    responses. In America, though education is still cherished, some worry that students are becoming less interested in the learning part of high-school and more interested in the social aspects. Now as people are seeking better ways to educate and encourage students, many are starting to look to other countries for new concepts. One country in particular that values education in a more serious way than most is China. The differences between the Chinese and American education systems are so grand that it

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