After the second grade math questions “mother cat fishing” and “how many times do you read” in dizziness “, Wuhan Education Bureau came out to answer the questions again.
Recently, a netizen asked through the Wuhan City Board of changjiang.com, “among the following idioms, they are all evolved from historical stories, right?” What do you choose for this question? Asked many people, have objections, is the title not rigorous? Wuhan Education Bureau said that after receiving your message, we immediately carefully read and think about the test questions involved and your demands. Because of confidentiality, we can’t get in touch with the propositioner. We can only exchange our own thoughts with you for your reference. We think the answer to this multiple-choice question is B. The problem stem requires students to be able to judge which idioms evolved from historical stories in four groups of idioms. In group A, “Yugong Yishan” is an allegory, in group C, “paoding jieniu” is also an allegory, in group D, “paoding jieniu” is an allegory, and “Cowherd and Weaver girl” is a folklore. Allegory and folklore are different from historical stories. Only four idioms in group B come from historical stories.
“Historical stories usually refer to stories with real people or things in history. Such stories are generally recorded and spread through historical books.” Wuhan Municipal Bureau of Education said that, for example, the “loyalty to serve the country” in group B of this topic comes from the history of the Song Dynasty, the “wrapping up the corpse in a horse suit” comes from the later Han Dynasty, the “voluntary recommendation” comes from the historical records, and the “Su Wu shepherd” comes from the Han Dynasty. There are also some historical stories derived from historical novels. Some of the stories in historical novels are derived from historical facts and some are created by the author; Fable is a literary work that uses false stories or personification of natural objects to explain a truth or lesson, which is often ironic or admonishing; Folklore is an oral literary work in the form of prose with fictional content created and disseminated by the working people. Idioms also come from fairy tales, ancient poems, people’s living languages, and even foreign language translation and quotation.
For the proposition idea, Wuhan Municipal Bureau of education pointed out that this topic implies stylistic knowledge, factual and fictional knowledge, but this is not within the scope of the examination of this topic. The propositioner hopes that primary school students can understand the origin of idioms on the basis of understanding, being familiar with and accumulating many idioms, so as to be more familiar with the excellent traditional Chinese culture. Most of the idioms in the title are familiar to senior primary school students. As a multiple-choice question, as long as you can choose the required options.
In June this year, some netizens uploaded their granddaughter’s second grade arithmetic test in Wuhan City message board of changjiang.com – the cat mother caught some fish and gave it to seven kittens on average. Each kitten got just as many fish as the rest. How many fish did mother cat catch at most? Netizens said they didn’t know what kind of thinking they wanted to teach their children. Wuhan Municipal Bureau of education replied on June 10 that the problem reflected by netizens was the solution of division with remainder in the second volume of compulsory education textbook mathematics of people’s Education Edition, which mainly tested students’ understanding of average score and division with remainder.
Wuhan Municipal Bureau of Education said that to solve this problem, we should grasp three points: first, divide the objects to be divided as much as possible, second, make the number of each share equal, and third, have the relationship between the parts of the remainder division formula. Knowing that these small fish are evenly distributed to 7 kittens and there is still a surplus, ask the cat mother how many fish she has caught at most, ask for the most, and the remainder is the largest after the average score. If 7 kittens are divided equally, the divisor is 7 and the maximum remainder is 6. Each kitten gets exactly the same number of fish as the rest, so the cat mother catches 6 at most × 7 + 6 = 48 (pieces).
On the morning of June 28, Wuhan Municipal Bureau of education replied to the question of “how many sounds of ‘dizzy’ in ‘dizzy’ in the fourth grade of primary school Chinese raised by the public, and interpreted the different uses of the word in detail.
According to the Municipal Education Bureau, “halo” initially refers to the halo formed when the light of the sun or moon passes through the clouds, such as “solar halo” and “lunar halo”, reading four tones y ù n. From the “aperture around the sun and moon”, “dizziness” also extends the feeling of rotation of itself or surrounding things, that is, the “dizziness” of “dizziness”. Therefore, the “dizziness” in “dizziness” reads four tones y ù n“ “Dizzy” when it says “confused and confused”, read y ū n. For example, “dizziness”, “dizziness” and so on“ “Dizzy” means confused and confused. This word should be read“ Dizziness “is the abbreviation of” dizziness and dizziness “, which actually refers to self dizziness, so the” dizziness “in” dizziness “should be read y ū n。
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