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Shenzhen high school class publishes book
    2018-07-04  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

“Chinese Parasol Tree Blossom,” a collection of works written by students from Class 13 of Grade 11 at Shenzhen No.2 Experimental School, was published by Northeast Normal University Press recently.

This book is one of the results of teacher Sun Lizhi’s Middle School Students’ Creative Composition Training course. In just one year, the students of Class 13 have written more than 1,000 compositions, and a considerable number of these pieces were recognized or published.

Sun then organized students to select and edit these excellent works into a collection.

The collection consists of 101 carefully selected compositions, in nearly 220,000 Chinese characters. The book is divided into 10 themes, including the review of classic works, proses, film review, personality and figure, stories of memory and nostalgia, poetry and fiction, fantasy composition, etc. Each article has an author’s note, classmates’ reflections and teachers’ comments, and the book itself contains a preface and afterword in order to provide additional information for middle school students.

“This book is not an ordinary collection of works, but an excellent piece of work that has a strong appreciation and reference value for the majority of middle school students and even Chinese teachers,” said Sun.

During the process of editing, Sun guided students in gaining hands-on knowledge. “I have a deeper understand of articles after editing the articles,” said student Liu Zhiwei, executive editor of the book, adding the book has had greatly improved her literacy.

(Nan Nan)

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