I concur with your journalist Karen Chan (“New Chinese history course isn’t required”, November 9) that Chinese history ought not be a mandatory subject in auxiliary schools.
Almost certainly the theme is imperative and youngsters ought to find out about it, however what should be faced off regarding is in the case of contemplating it as a school subject is the most ideal approach.
At this basic snapshot of educational modules change, we ought to ask the central inquiry: how might we make Chinese history empowering and sufficiently moving so understudies appreciate the learning procedure?
What are the contrasting options to course readings and repetition realizing, that are altogether arranged towards exams?
To take care of business, may I recommend utilizing a progression of very much created and all around composed history documentaries, joined with various exercises.
For instance, to ensure that something is held, understudies could be tested toward …