An Ting, a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, said that the process of urbanization and the changes in lifestyle have made it easy for children in cities and towns to be alienated from agriculture and rural areas. Urban life under Internet conditions makes it easier for students to indulge in electronic products and suffer from childhood. “The four bodies are not working, and the grains are not divided” urban disease. It is recommended to encourage universities, middle schools and primary schools to regularly set up school and agricultural practice activities, inherit the spirit of “hard work and stand hard work, teamwork”, and let “Chinese society” take root in the hearts of children.

“By our generation, we are no longer able to farm. Even if we were born and live in the countryside, it is basically no exception.” During the Chinese New Year, my grandfather’s home in the countryside was a return to my childhood spiritual base. I spent most of the day walking around the village with my cousin who was born and raised in the countryside. Walking to the field in the south of the village, I saw a shrub-like plant growing in the field. I asked my cousin what it was? The cousin shook his head. Then I walked along the road and saw something again. I asked what it was? My cousin shook his head again. There was a field next to it, and I looked at it and said, “Our generation basically can’t farm anymore.” My cousin said “Yes”, expressing his approval. Over the years, our economy has developed rapidly. Many high-rise buildings have risen on the ground. The appearance of the countryside has been greatly improved, but I think we are getting further and further away from the land. I am not saying that it is not good to develop into this way, and modernization is necessary, but at the same time, there are some things that cannot be left behind. My parents (my grandfather and grandmother have three children) basically know how to do farm work, even if two of them do not live in the countryside now. According to my grandmother who was a teacher, a few decades ago, our school often organized students to participate in agricultural labor, but for some reason, it slowly stopped. Although considered an intellectual, my grandmother still believes that basic labor skills should be. Keeping students in schools and not organizing collective labor is to choke and give up food and is not advisable. Generally speaking, I believe that there is no need for children born and raised in cities to carry a hoe on a regular basis to learn how to farm. They only need to know the general process, when they will sow the seeds and when they will be harvested. Just let them know what the basic crops are, what they look like, what seeds are like, and what crops are like. This is a kind of “general education”. At least, I know that urban students have heavy academic work, so if you give them some time to do activities, it’s better to exercise. In a big way, I support such practical activities. I always have a hunch that with the development of information technology and the Internet, the social production model will gradually enter a stage of adjustment and transformation. At this time, our education should be as comprehensive as possible and conform to certain characteristics of the Internet as much as possible. Of course, it is still too early to say this, but certain “general education” basic education should be perfected now. One day the division of labor in society will gradually be closed, and now it is only showing signs of a little bit. In order to better adapt to development, many things are actually just a last resort. Let me say one more thing, lest some people misunderstand that adding this kind of “general education courses” is not anti-modernization, anti-modernization, and adding this kind of “general education courses” on agriculture is precisely to lay the foundation for the development of modern agriculture. Because you can’t say that as long as agricultural production is mechanized, people engaged in agricultural production don’t need to know crops. You can’t let a group of college students studying agriculture teach them to recognize crops in the university.

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helpmekim
8 months ago

This is a good suggestion. Agriculture is an important part of the Chinese nation. Rural areas used to be very difficult, but now most rural areas are mechanized farming, which is not so hard anymore. Now let alone the urbanites, many young people in the rural areas can’t farm anymore. At noon on the day of hoeing, sweat drips down the soil; who knows that Chinese dishes are hard, this ancient poem, many young people can’t imagine and experience. To learn agricultural practice is to understand biology, to understand the meaning of spring, summer, autumn and winter to agriculture, and to know that besides the high-rise buildings around you, there is another beautiful and idyllic world of hard work. And its significance is not only to change the phenomenon of “no separation of grains”, but also to let students understand the importance of agriculture, it is not easy to grow crops, and emphasize cherishing food and rejecting waste. If you just stay on paper to emphasize and appeal, people will not have much experience. Therefore, this suggestion should be advocated to let young people go to work and know how the crops are produced.

heloword
8 months ago

The students in Xinjiang used to pick up cotton. Our regiment had to pick up cotton in the fifth grade of elementary school. For half a month. I haven’t experienced it, because it just happened to be my current year and it was cancelled. But my sister, I have been. The school has designated cooperation with several large farms, with teachers leading the team, and staying on the farm lasts for half a month. The board and lodging are the same as the migrant workers. Live in Datong shop and eat big pot dishes. And there are prescribed tasks. If they can’t be completed, the parents have to make up for it. If you exceed the quota, you can earn a small amount of pocket money. My sister didn’t seem to be finished. At that time, our family also planted a small piece of cotton, so my mother had to pick it up and send it there. Be my sister’s mission. My sister went to school in the mainland afterwards, but I asked my husband that when he was in high school, he also needed to pick up cotton in his first year and second year of high school. And it’s a month in one go. One advantage of Xinjiang is that the land is big and the companies selected by schools with fewer people are generally remote. Students can’t run if they want to run, so they can only stay in the field honestly. As for whether to work hard. It just depends on people. Most girls will pick up and complete tasks. Boys will try all kinds of tricks, add dirt, pour mineral water, and grab girls’ cotton. I don’t know how much to learn to bear hardships and stand hard work, but it is certainly possible to steal and play slippery. However, if you do not customize the task, the experience time is shorter, and there may be a little effect. But this may turn into a large-scale outing. Therefore, it is really easy to formalize such events on a large scale.

helpyme
8 months ago

Strongly agree. Because many students have been drifting on it for too long now, and they don’t know what human suffering is. The son of my high school principal, a 1.8-meter tall man in his third year, saw a pig shrinking back in shock. My high school classmate said that I have never seen a frog in my life. Many people living in big cities don’t believe that many farmers can’t reach 1,000 per month on average. My boss still insists that all the younger generation in China have gone to college. The meaning of farm work is not to let you produce food, but to let students realize that it is not easy for ordinary people. The grain does not fall from the sky, but is planted by the peasants with one hoe and one hoe. You have 500 yuan for a meal, and the farmers have to pick up a grain of grain in the field. In the field, there are no shit poems and far away, all are mud, earthworms, and leeches, and the leeches will pierce your legs and suck blood. There are 600 million farmers in China who are trapped in the mountains all their lives and hardly go to big cities. Born in the mountains, worked in the mountains, and died buried in the mountains. Only when you really know farmers and know that it is not easy for ordinary people can you really take ordinary people seriously. A cadre who has never been to the grassroots level must be an incompetent cadre. The policies he formulated must not reflect the most real human suffering. This is also the reason why the party must train cadres at the grassroots level. Baidu can know at a glance that the current outstanding leaders are all digging land in the countryside. If the current students do not cultivate this kind of feelings of understanding and sympathizing with ordinary people, they will float on the top all their lives. They will be entertainment stars all day long. Alibaba invests 10 billion yuan, and Tencent invests 10 billion news. There will be no qualified in the future Successor. Knowing the sufferings of the world and understanding the concept of respecting ordinary people really need to be cultivated from an early age. If the future leader has never been to the grassroots level and does not understand the peasants at all, don’t you think it is scary? Diversified practical activities are imperative.

sina156
8 months ago

Everyone knows that if you want to study at a prestigious foreign school, students must have a lot of practical activities in the high school stage. What do you want to do to help the poor in Africa? Go to tropical rain forests? When we were young, we felt that the students from famous European and American schools were so awesome. It is a proper quality education. We are a group of questioners. But when we are middle-aged, we know that there are a bunch of organizations that specialize in this work. Whether B is tall or not depends entirely on how much money your parents give. Back to the topic, the so-called agricultural practice class is for the safety of students and not to take up a lot of time to do the questions. In the end, it must be the institution that opens a bunch of practice bases, and the school spends money on services. Take a lot of interesting photos. As for children, they usually go on a spring outing. Many proposals are totally lacking in practice. Put my childhood experience in the present. The market economy has its own set of laws, and it is useless to rely on feelings. Engaging in some fancy and fancy practical activities is far more useful than changing biology textbooks to the cultivation of students.

yahoo898
8 months ago

I support the official education content that is helpful for the three views and the development of personality and quality. After all, there are many defects caused by the fact that both the family and the school are too concerned about the performance. It is good for parents to have schools involved in correcting the wrong guidance of their children. For example, I personally experienced that conflicts between children caused mutual loss of stationery, and mutual compensation! As a result, regardless of the division of cause and responsibility, our family has always implemented compensation in place, without speculation or delay. But my family confiscated all the compensation most of the time, and even received the compensation. The stationery was brand new and hidden. I couldn’t bear it. I contacted individual parents. I didn’t say the details. I finally found out why there would be such an unreasonable child that made the children feel wronged. Unreasonable and unfair, increasing the difficulty of my education explanation. teacher? The primary school teachers are really busy with their work, and the focus is on grades

leexin
8 months ago

If the formulation is good, it depends on its implementation. Formalism brings difficulties and troubles to parents. My children have been developing for three years. A group of parents took their children to open up wasteland and water and plant the land. After finishing taking pictures with scissors, it was too formal. This is definitely in favor, or weekend time. If you want agricultural practice, can you take classes and arrange classes? To practice, you must have plans, programs, and assessments. From top to bottom, there are policies and countermeasures at the top, which are only formalities and eventually arouse disgust. The inner resistance will not be able to reverse this curve for ten or eight years, but will question your subsequent correct choice. In short, if you have a plan, you must take it seriously, and the plan will be continuously improved for implementation, verification, and assessment. The responsible department can’t be a representative suggesting, raising slogans, and coping with it, it’s meaningless and a waste of resources.

greatword
8 months ago

This is a good suggestion. Now let alone urban people, many young people in rural areas can’t farm anymore. At noon on the day of hoeing, sweat drips down the soil; who knows that Chinese food on a plate is hard work, this ancient poem, many young people can’t imagine and experience. Although China now produces the world’s most industrial products, its food is not enough for the world average. There was a topic two days ago that China’s per capita grain occupancy is 474 kg. Actually, this per capita occupancy is not high, because we still need to raise poultry and livestock, we also need to use grain for animal feed, and we need to use grain to make wine and make various additives. , How much per capita is left to eat? Therefore, cherishing food and rejecting waste is something that will never be out of date for us, and it is something that needs to be done all the time. ​​​In addition to emphasizing not to waste, we should also emphasize the pain of agricultural production and labor. Only in this way can everyone realize that food is hard-won. If we only emphasize and appeal on paper, people will not have much experience. So, this suggestion should be advocated, let young people go to work, let them know how the food is produced, I think it is necessary.

loveyou
8 months ago

I voted for it. Learn knowledge first. There is a concrete concept for the growth of living things. Second, cultivate the concept. Nowadays, when it comes to caring for plants and saving food, it is definitely not enough to just propagate regulations. Only by letting young people see the hard-won food and the fragility of life can they change their concepts. Speaking a bit bigger, students can build up the consciousness of harmonious development between human and ecology from an early age. This is a major event that benefits mankind! The third enrichment of schoolwork. Give students an opportunity to be honest and can throw away their books and put into practice. There will be problems in implementation. One is that many schools are inadequate. The other is that only performance is the standard in the assessment of entering higher education. Teachers and parents will only feel that the time is delayed, and the implementation will eventually become mere formality. I can only think of so much…

strongman
8 months ago

Can it be understood as training a new generation of knowledgeable and literate “farmers”? The older generations taught their children to study hard to work as clerks in order to not farm at home, which finally made fewer and fewer people doing agricultural business, and even regarded farming as a very unpromising way of life. Everyone calls people who plant the land “uncle peasants” but no one has ever called them “sister peasants”. Everyone has subtly thought that this kind of thing should be old people, or they have nothing to do when they retired. People are a lifestyle of self-entertainment, so I think that the proposal of this proposal is faced with two major problems. First, the change of ideological concepts. As far as I just described, the parents of the parents have finally escaped from facing the loess back. In the realm of the sky, children with knowledge and culture have been cultivated, or some children from poor families are also doing this kind of farming activities with their parents when they are learning. Parents will certainly not be happy that their children spend their learning time on doing things. These useless things…or things that will not help your future work. If you are worried about the children’s grains, you can add courses to the classroom or reform some of the course content, and let them experience them in practice. , I don’t think it is necessary, and the current fractional teaching is really not sticky. 2. China’s rigid education allows students to recognize only scores, and the country’s selection of talents only recognizes scores (scores account for the majority, and I may say the word “only” is a bit one-sided). Agricultural activities are set as a compulsory course. The bonus system may be welcomed by the students, but they are just ordinary practical activities. Then everyone must first think that it is not good for any of my exams. Why don’t I take advantage of it Do some questions and memorize some books at this time. So just to let the children pretend to experience agricultural activities, it will not bring them a substantial impact, but in the end it will only become a coping. After coping, we must pay close attention to the necessary knowledge. In general, this suggestion is actually quite good. Carrying out agricultural activities is also learning some knowledge that is not in the textbooks in nature, but it does not fit the current examination-oriented education in China. Perhaps all aspects of policies are better. Can be implemented smoothly.

stockin
8 months ago

I grew up in the countryside. I can talk about my views on this issue. I very much agree with the opening of agricultural practice courses. Agriculture is the primary industry and the lifeblood of the country. If no one is engaged in agricultural activities, then it must be a very dangerous thing. However, I don’t fully agree with what this committee member said. If the promotion of agricultural development is just for the children to work, or “hard work and teamwork”, it is unnecessary. The most important point in the development of agriculture is to produce more output with less labor. When we educate our children now, we all talk about how hard the farmers are, so we must save food. “Facing the loess and back to the sky” “sweat dripping under the soil” Yes, these are true. However, if we say this to the children, we have actually unconsciously combined agricultural production with fatigue, hard work, and low returns. This of course is not conducive to agricultural production. Our goal is to ensure that there is sufficient food output. So why are people unwilling to engage in agricultural production? Because the return is low, no money can be made. We cannot expect young people to engage in agricultural activities just to solve the food problem. It is not that they are selfish, but we are selfish. What we have to do is to let more people understand the current situation of agricultural production through agricultural practice courses, so as to improve and promote the development of this industry. After they have basic agricultural knowledge, they can examine the industry from a modern and advanced perspective and come up with advanced methods to liberate productivity. The real goal is not to let the children “endure hardships and stand hard work”, but to let the farmers reap the rewards they deserve without having to be so lucky. In all this, technology is the core. Our children must not go to the field to sweat, but they can think in the experimental field and laboratory.

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