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                                    英国推行九九乘法表升级版 2020年将成为强制性考试

                                    发布时间: 2018-02-28 12:31   来源: 北外网院
                                    关键词: 英国小学 推行乘法表 北外网院 北外网课 北外英语在职研



                                    A multiplication test in some of England's primary schools is sparking debate in both the UK and China – where the test originates.


                                    The new multiplication test, or times table check, will be trialed at England’s primary schools in March. Some 7,250 pupils in Year 4 at 290 primaries, are expected to take part in the multiplication check before it becomes mandatory throughout the country in 2020.


                                    The test, which assesses knowledge of the times tables up to 12, is believed to be more suitable than the Chinese version which goes up to 9, since the duodecimal system is widely adopted in the UK.


                                    The test is extensively favored in Chinese schools, and is being gradually introduced to the UK, following the results of an experiment where British pupils who were taught math in the traditional Chinese way outperformed their peers by 10 percent. The experiment took place at Bohunt School in Hampshire in 2015.


                                    Supporters have hailed the new test, saying it contributes to a grasp of fundamental math.


                                    “We have been teaching [the] times tables in our after school class for over 35 years and without doubt it is the most important skill we give our students,” a reader, whose screen name is “mad scientist,” wrote in a comment on the BBC's website.

                                    网友“mad scientist”在英国广播公司网站上评论道:“我们的课后班教乘法口诀表已经超过35年了,毫无疑问,这是我们传授给学生最重要的技能。”

                                    “I still don't know them, and it's been a source of embarrassment to me ever since,” boundah, another reader, said on the same website.


                                    “Happy for the British pupils! They will do an even better job than their Chinese peers,” said scorpion_wa on Chinese microblogging platform Weibo.


                                    However, not everyone is pleased with the move.


                                    “There are so many things wrong with math education in this country that a times table test is really just picking at a sore,” said Mike Cameron on Twitter.


                                    “British students will hate Chinese,” joked Weibo user Bujiubujiu.


                                    “I believe it is a pressure on them,” said another Weibo user Feixufeixu.


                                    The UK has been trying to replicate the success of math education in China by encouraging teachers to use a series of textbooks called “Real Shanghai Mathematics,” which have been translated directly from Chinese into English.


                                    Despite these efforts, the question of would a Chinese-style math education work in the UK, still remains to be answered.












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