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ng slides, I didn’t allow enough time for the transition between them, so Pan gently pointed
out how I should express myself when I changed slides so the students would understand more nat
urally. I was very impressed,” said Namgal, who like many Tibetans only uses one name.
Zhang Dazhong, her second mentor, taught her how to get the best results from th
e papers she assigned her students. Now, the average score for her class has jumped to second place in the grade.
“The Jiangsu teachers are all very nice and willing to tutor me. They all
have their own teaching techniques and tips that I always want to learn,” Namgal said.
In addition to providing teaching guidance, the Jiangsu teache
rs introduced a prestudy system. At the beginning of every semester, teachers of the
same subject sit together to analyze the textbooks and compile a document that outlines the key points of each lesson.
When the students read the document, they know what they should focus on and the problems they will be expected to solve in class.
the pilot informs us that Chinese authorities had not given this plane permissi
on to land, so we needed to turn around,” Eric Hundman, an assistant professor at New York University Shanghai, said on his Twitter account.
He described the experience as “a new level of China
An official with CAAC said the administration has begun an investigation into the incident.
Air New Zealand also said they are investigating and an official explanation will be released later on Sunday.
All the passengers have been accommodated and another flight is to be arranged on Sunday night to send the passengers to Shanghai.
“Air New Zealand wishes to sincerely apologize for the return and subsequent retiming of your flight NZ289,” the carrier said in the short message to its passengers.
The rearranged flight is scheduled to take off at 11pm New Zealand time on Sunday and land at Pudong airport at 6am local time Monday.
Bad,” which caused heated debate on the social network.
“Obviously Air New Zealand forgot to get approval for this plane in advance… You ca
n blame Air New Zealand, but this mistake has nothing to do with ‘China Bad’,” a netizen replied.
Hundman later told Shanghai Daily that he did not mean to blame China since it was still un
clear who is at fault. “I mean that I had a frustrating, highly unusual experience while en route to China,” he added.