Sichuan Yibin Jiangan school first lesson: teachers and students talk about the Yangtze River protection

2022-07-03 0 By

Hu Min Liao Tingdi Cover News reporter Du Zhuobin “At the patrol uncle work place, we saw a beautiful fish, uncle told us it is called mullet, also known as the Asian mermaid.”Gou Tianyi shares her winter vacation experience with her classmates in the first class of Class 6, Grade 6, at Nancheng Primary School in Jiang ‘an Town, Yibin, Southwest China’s Sichuan province, Feb. 17, 2018.On the eve of the winter vacation, the teachers of the school arranged a social practice class to observe the ecological changes of the Yangtze River, so that everyone could feel the importance of protecting the Yangtze River.Students shared what they saw and felt during the holiday and listened to the Yangtze River patrol members’ explanation of the Yangtze River Protection Law of the People’s Republic of China and the unique species and the current situation of the Yangtze River, observed the critically endangered species of The Yangtze River, listened to the fishermen’s life and the situation after they went ashore…In class, students share what they saw and felt during the holiday.”Now there are more fish in the Yangtze River, the water is clear and the birds are flying back. I really feel happy and I want to protect our Yangtze River in my own way.”Student Li Jiawei said.Teacher liu Xuemei said that through the Yangtze River protection content into the “first class”, can let students more intuitive feel the urgency of protecting the Yangtze River, the sense of responsibility, in teaching through fun to learn knowledge, set up the awareness of caring for the Yangtze River, environmental protection.