Comparisons of rules for students in schools (China and the United States)

Source: NetEase

The above image shows the rules that elementary thought high school students must follow in China. Here is the translation using Google translation:

  1. Love the motherland, love the people who love the Chinese Communist Party.
  2. Compliance with laws and regulations, and enhance awareness of the law. Compliance with school rules and abide by social morality.
  3. Love science, to study hard, Dickens and ask questions, willing to explore and actively participate in social practice and useful activities.
  4. Cherish life, pay attention to safety, exercise, pay attention to hygiene.
  5. Self-esteem, self confidence, civilized and healthy lifestyle.
  6. Actively participate in labor is illegal, they can do things yourself.
  7. Honor their parents, respect teachers, be polite.
  8. Loving the collective unity of the students and help each other, caring for others.
  9. Honest and trustworthy, the Word, Zhicuojiugai, responsible.
  10. Love nature, love living environment.

As a comparison, let me show you the following:

Kindergarten Through High School

1. Always refer to a teacher by title and last name: Dr. Walker, Mr. Fields, Mrs. Ramirez, Professor McGuinness (never call a a teacher “Teacher”).
2. Arrive to class on time or a little early.
3. Raise your hand when you want to ask a question.
4. You may speak to the teacher from your desk while you are seated.
5. When you are absent, you must make up the work you have missed. Ask either the teacher or a classmate for the work.
6. If you expect to be away from school because of an emergency, tell your teacher in advance and ask for the work you will miss.
7. All assignments you hand in must be your own work.
8. Never cheat on a test.
9. If you are having difficulty with a class, schedule an appointment to see the teacher for help. The teacher will be glad to help you.
10. Students must bring a note from a parent explaining any absence or tardiness.
11. the only acceptable excuse for absence is personal illness, a death in the family, or a religious holiday. It is illegal to stay home from school for any other reason.
12. When a teacher asks a question and does not name a particular student to answer it, anyone who knows the answer should raise one hand.


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One Response to “Comparisons of rules for students in schools (China and the United States)”

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