How do children spend winter vacation under the epidemic

How do children spend winter vacation under the epidemic
Indulgent vacations make the difference of a lifetime

The winter vacation has begun. How is your child doing now?

Sleeping late with irregular schedules?

Or is it the “procrastinator” who is not motivated?

Or “addicted” to the electronic world for hours on end…

All say that the holiday is a big test, test out why there is a baby is outstanding students, there is a baby is a poor student?

That’s true.

A friend of mine, whose child attends Hengshui Middle School, sent me a form.

In the midst of the Hebei epidemic, the children at Hengshui Middle School were divided into two parts, with the non-local students under closed management and continuing their normal classes, while the local students went home for online classes.

My friend cut me a message from the teacher in the parents’ group. At 5:41 in the morning, the teacher called the children to get up in the group.

From wake up to 22:00 at night, 10 classes a day, Saturday classes are slightly less, and Sunday classes are just as full.

This year because of the epidemic, many local schools have put the winter vacation in advance, but the value of the students, regardless of the school, or outside, is in full swing, intense fighting is going on, when the winter vacation? Yet to be announced…

A high school in a third-tier or fourth-tier city in China has created the miracle of the college entrance examination again and again. You probably understand why.

In 2015, 118 students were admitted by Tsinghua University and Peking University

In 2016, 139 students were admitted by Tsinghua University and Peking University

The number of students admitted by Tsinghua University and Peking University in 2017 was 175

More than 200 students were admitted by Tsinghua University and Peking University in 2018

275 students will be admitted by Tsinghua University and Peking University in the 2019 college entrance examination. 73 students will be admitted by Tsinghua University and Peking University in the 2020 college entrance examination

A winter holiday schedule of a middle school child went viral on the Internet,

This full study plan, stimulated a lot of mothers, winter vacation is coming, really should have a good plan with the child about his study.

If nothing else, the phenomenon of the “holiday slide” deserves great attention.

In 1906, American researchers found that when children did not study during the holidays, there was a serious decline in learning:

1, after the holiday, equivalent to losing a month or so of learning results;

2. Your reading level will drop by 2 months.

3, after the first month and a half, we need to make up for this landslide.

From grade one to grade six, he would have lagged behind the kids who continued to study during the holidays by two years!

It’s true that others are pulling away while you’re resting.

This is still elementary school, if middle school, high school are so relaxed, the future of the child… Dare not think, really can not afford to delay.

High achievers do not rely on IQ

It’s about doing it every day

“I am especially happy every time I have a holiday, not because I can relax and play, but because it is possible to finally have a long period of time to work secretly… And finally fight back.”

The person who created this Jedi counterattack was Liu Yuanyuan, a talented woman from Peking University.

Know this girl, is through the “super speaker” program, high school, she is a poor student, the whole grade more than 200 students, she row more than one hundred and eighty.

Later, the teacher in charge of the class talked to her once: you look like this, casually in the future, let parents through the back door, find a job is good, also need not study, how good!

This irritated her.

Every day, she gets up at the earliest and starts to recite English. At noon, she leaves school. In order to save queuing time, she will read the history first and go to school later.

Liu Yuanyuan changed her approach to study. She ranked first in her grade from the end of the crane exam, and finally was admitted to a 211 university. Later, she was admitted to Peking University as a graduate student with her own efforts.

There was an online question: “Do the top 1% of students depend on talent or hard work?”

I got a great answer: “It’s neither talent nor hard work. What really plays a decisive role is the “habitual hegemony” formed by factors such as growing environment and educational resources in the past ten years.