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Students learn waste classification
    2017-10-18  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Twelve first graders from Shenwai Longgang International School (SLIS) walked out of their classrooms and into the Demonstration Center for Waste Classification and Reduction of Nanshan District with city volunteers to learn how garbage is recycled and how environmentally-friendly enzymes are made on SLIS’s “Learning Without Wall” program.

Themed “Let garbage classification be part of your life,” this program aims to educate students on the importance of waste classification through schools, encourage students and their parents to make reusable paper from waste paper from home, and guide students to step out of the classroom to visit real waste classification centers and make environmentally-friendly enzymes themselves.

Through the program’s unique learning opportunities, students are now equipped with knowledge on how waste is collected and reused before going on to be classified.

During the classes at school, students first learned the English word “recycle.” In the following weeks, teachers prepared videos, picture books and stories for teaching students what recycling is, why it matters, how to recycle and reuse waste and what actions students can take towards sustainable living.

Students were all amazed by how the waste was turned into something of value in a video.

SLIS attaches importance to cooperating with parents and encouraging them to do experiments with their children. For example, in one experiment, students soaked, boiled and aired out waste paper cut by their parents to make a brand new sheet. While the paper dried, students could put flower petals and leaves onto it for decoration.

(Yang Mei)

 

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