作者： 董珍鑾 | 國立教育廣播電台 – 2013年8月21日 上午11:45
To respond to 12-year Basic Education, the Ministry of Education announces a preferential measure of attending higher schools for students from disaster areas. In the future, the test takers who confront with huge disaster, infectious disease and war can get preferential treatment of entering a higher school by additional enrollment. Furthermore, MOE releases an amendment of a preferential measure for retired soldier who apply for the enrollment of schools above senior high school. They can be benefited by the measure when join the exams of entering senior high school, vocational school, 5-year junior college, test-free entrance exam and special enrollment.
After 12-year Basic education is put into practice, the students studying in the 3rd grade of junior high schools will participate in a general examination for junior high school education. The score of the exam will be divided into three levels including proficient, basic and under basic. The violation will not lead to deduction directly. MOE authorizes Research Center for Psychological and Educational Testing, National Taiwan Normal University to work on the mark-deduction. The concrete contents may be early revealed before the end of this year.
Summer vacation is about to end. Before school opens, the Ministry of Education holds a workshop for nursing service personnel studying in colleges to propagate the prevention of some infectious diseases such as flu, tuberculosis, dengue fever and rabies. The instructors teach them how to deal with the bite caused by a weasel. They should wash the wound by soap water right away and go to hospital for injection of antibody and vaccination.
The delegation from Taiwan got more than two hundred gold medals and two hundred silver medals in International Invention Fair held in Seoul, Geneva, Malaysia and Pittsburg. Deputy minister in the ministry of education 陳德華 received the prizewinners yesterday. He not only praised the teachers and students but also encouraged them to keep up the good work to let more inventions commoditized.
British Council Taipei announces the average score of IELTS in 2012. Generally speaking, the result has kept up with that of Korea while it still goes behind that of Hong Kong. The score between Taiwan and Korea keeps similar in recent years. Korea is better at listening and reading tests while Taiwan is good at writing and oral tests.
Many people have experience of taking airplane. And many of them also have ever lost personal belongings in airplane. Skyscanner, a famous consulting website for tourism makes an investigation and finds that passport is the top one that would be left in airplane. Cell phone and books are the next. Additionally, some weird belongings are also found on board such as parrot, turtle, frog, artificial limb and even underwear.