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GTD: Get Things Done 时间管理技巧

March 20th, 2019 No comments
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中国式教育(6分钟解析中国教育现状)

February 26th, 2019 No comments

CCTV9 农历新年专辑

February 22nd, 2019 No comments

Most People Think This Is A Smart Habit, But It’s Actually Brain-Damaging

February 10th, 2019 No comments

Michael Simmons Feb 5

A knock on the head isn’t the only way to “impair” our brains. If we think of damage in broader terms, then brain damage can be caused by anything that physically changes our brains in a way that makes us less intelligent or functional. Using this definition I’d make the case that much of the learning that people do on their own, which we usually consider a positive thing, might actually be doing many people more harm than good.

First, whenever we learn something new, our brain physically changes.

Next, junk learning can cause physical changes in our brain, which then hurts our ability to function effectively.

Finally, junk learning is like a disease that spreads throughout the brain and causes more junk learning.

  • Learning physically changes our brain.
  • Much of the learning that people are exposed to by default is junk learning.
  • Junk learning effectively equivalent to brain damage and impairs our ability to function in the world.
  • Junk learning is like a disease that spreads throughout the brain and causes more junk learning.

https://medium.com/@michaeldsimmons/most-people-think-this-is-a-smart-habit-but-its-actually-brain-damaging-9d244ca85413

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克麗絲叮 一百萬個可能

January 25th, 2019 No comments
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《柴知道》科普:农历中的闰月是怎么回事儿?

January 16th, 2019 No comments

https://zhuanlan.zhihu.com/p/29982647

农历太落伍?不,是你对它了解得太少……

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Burberry’s Weird Chinese New Year Tribute Stirs Controversy

January 8th, 2019 No comments
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你是左脑人还是右脑人?

November 20th, 2018 No comments


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秋山燿平演講“快速掌握語言的秘訣”

October 24th, 2018 No comments


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What is Cocept-based Learning?

October 24th, 2018 No comments


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中文电影:搜索

October 16th, 2018 No comments


揭秘南北方人身高差距

October 9th, 2018 No comments

A Fish to Climb a Tree? – I JUST SUED THE SCHOOL SYSTEM !!!

September 21st, 2018 No comments


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中国的亲属称谓为何最复杂 | 大象公会

September 11th, 2018 No comments

中国的亲属称谓为何最复杂 | 大象公会

2015-05-22 09:59
为什么汉语的亲属称谓非常复杂,而有的文化亲属称谓则非常简单,今后中国的孩子会怎么称呼亲戚。
文/郑子宁
中国孩子在学说话时,正确掌握七大姑八大姨之类亲属的不同称谓,恐怕是件极难过的槛。中国亲属称呼之复杂举世罕见,仅与父亲同辈的男性有伯父、叔父、姑父、舅父、姨父五种称谓。虽然各地亲属称呼有所不同,但任何一个汉族社会都不会像英语那样把与父亲同辈的亲属男性用一个uncle就打发了。
更能体现汉语称呼复杂的还是同辈人,英语中用cousin大而化之的概念在汉语中则必须根据具体的亲属关系选用堂兄、堂弟、堂姐、堂妹、表兄、表弟、表姐、表妹这八个中的一个指代。
对亲属的称谓一般有类分法和叙称法两种类型。类分法将同等、同类的亲属用同一种名称表示,不管该亲属与自己的具体关系。英语中的cousin就是典型,只要是自己的同辈,不管是伯父、叔父还是舅舅、姨妈家的孩子,都是cousin。叙称法则正好相反,一个叙称法的称呼明确表示了该亲属与自身的关系,如汉语中的堂弟一定是父亲兄弟的儿子,而且比自己年纪小。
显然,一个社会类分法使用的越多,其亲属称谓系统越简单,而叙称法用得越多,则其亲属称谓系统就越复杂

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Math class needs a makeover | Dan Meyer (TEDxNYED)

September 10th, 2018 No comments