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这样的网课太有趣了!树人外教课堂里快乐学习的秘密



    本周,国际班的师生又将树人网课推向一个新高潮。

    几节网课观察下来,我们欣喜地发现孩子们的创造力,专注程度以及顿悟学习和在学校时不相上下。

    学生们这周的学习情况又如何呢?让我们先睹为快吧!


    太阳是太阳系中最重要的天体,它位于太阳系的正中心,一切围绕着太阳旋转。
    5A班的同学们仔细观察了这一恒星。我们仔细探索太阳的构成以及它是如何产生热量的。我们一层层地了解太阳内部,并通过制作卡片帮助我们记忆为什么太阳的每一层都如此重要。

    Katrina和Irene利用他们的创造力制作出了3D抽认卡,卡片就像太阳层一样可以移动!

    看到孩子们跳出思维定势,极具创造力的表现,这让我们深感欣慰。

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    本周1B班的学生非常兴奋,在他们的外教英语课上实景应用了很多新单词。

    为什么孩子们如此兴奋呢? 原来是让孩子们谈论他们父母——生活中最重要的人!

    将课堂中所学与现实生活联系起来可以更好地调动学生学习的积极性。生活中的例子可以刺激学生的能力,更好地将学习材料与生活联系起来,一切都变得有意义,学生们会更乐意参与到课堂活动,讨论生活经历。


    四年级的学生们这周学习电学,他们通过完成不同的实验来论证静电原理。

    当看到带电粒子从一个物体摩擦到另一个物体,从而导致电荷积聚,孩子们兴奋地意识到这就是静电。


    学生们还选用其他材料,实验他们是如何被静电吸引并粘附在带电物体上的。有的学生研究发现头发或小纸片像磁铁一样附着在带电物体上。还有学生甚至无需接触带电物体也能移动它!


    你知道吗,带电物体竟能使流水弯曲?太神奇了!


    二年级也有很多科学爱好者,本周他们学习的是表示方位的词物体是如何移动的。在了解到不同位置的表达方式后,学生们通过照片来呈现,如在椅子上面、下面和旁边等,看到学生们精彩的呈现老师倍感欣慰。这样极富创造力的学习方式真有趣!

    非常棒,孩子们!老师们都在表扬你们的学习热情和创造力,我们也迫不及待地期待下周线上课程的到来。


    This week, students and teachers in the Shuren international program have taken online learning to new heights. 

    Having stepped into several eClassrooms, we were pleased to note that creativity, focus and insightful learning moments shine through and rival the physical classroom experience. What and how are students learning? Take a tour with us!


    The Sun is the most important part of our solar system. 

    It sits right in the center and everything revolves around the sun. In 5A we took a closer look at this wonderful star. We explored what the Sun is made of and how is generates heat. We enjoyed travelling through the different layers of the Sun and made fun flashcards to help us remember why each layer of the Sun is important. Katrina and Irene used their creativity to create wonderful 3-Dimentional flashcards that can move just like the layers of the Sun! It is wonderful to see students be creative and think out of the box.

    This week, students in 1B international class are so excited to learn and practice some new vocabulary in their Language Arts class. Why so? It allows the kids to talk about something very important in their lives - their families!


    Their excitement is not a surprise. It has been found that relevance of classroom instruction to real life allows students to become more motivated in the learning process. Exposure to real-world examples and situations stimulates students’ ability to link the school material with their own lives: all of a sudden, it all starts making sense, and, thus, generates students’ natural desire to be more engaged in activities and discuss their experiences in class. The latter always makes learning more fun and meaningful!   


    Fourth-graders are learning all about electricity. 

    They are trying lots of different experiments to demonstrate the effects of static electricity. They are excited to learn that electrical particles can be rubbed from one object to another causing a buildup of electrical charge on the object; and this causes static electricity. Students are anxious to try how various materials are attracted to the static electricity and will stick to the charged object. Some students experiment with how hair or small pieces of paper will stick to a charged object like a magnet. Other students manage to move a charged object without even touching it! Did you know that a charged object can bend water? Amazing!


    Second-graders love Science, too. This week, they’re learning about position with the theme How Things Move. After learning about many different positions, the students surprise their teacher with sharing creative pictures where they demonstrate the different positions: on a chair, under a chair, and near a chair. What a fun and creative way to showcase learning!



    Well done, students! Teachers commend your enthusiasm and creativity; we can’t wait for another week of exciting learning, even if online.