The ASA Service Learning in the new semester is a little different from before.
In this semester, we will invite several leaders who are committed to different types of public welfare projects to share with our children.
In the first session, we invited Ms. Shao, the head of the public welfare organization "One earth One life One voice of love".
" One earth One life One voice of love "
" One earth One life One voice of love " is a public welfare organization initiated by wildlife conservation volunteers, who are committed to training young people to participate in public speeches on ecological protection. "Nature and love live together, and we speak for love."
In recent years, we have paid more and more attention to the relationship between people and nature.
In the classroom learning, we also hope that the children can get more access to nature and really understand how to become friends with nature.
PY students actively participated in this sharing session, especially when they knew about it.
Who doesn't love marine life? When we walk through the aquarium's passageways, it is like using cartoon magic to create a path that allows us to get up close and personal with them.
We saw dolphins spinning and jumping in the show, "young aged" sea lions. But while we applaud them, do they really need to perform?
During the event, PY students learned about different kinds of sea creatures, their wonderful little secrets and habits, and more importantly, they learned that these sea creatures are friends of everyone.
Actually, animal performances are banned in many countries in the world. Just like we like to run with friends on the playground, like to bask in the sun on the grass; They also like to play freely in the ocean, like the blue of the sea and the sun through the sea level.
Rachel Carson, in “Silent Spring” says,
It is a great irony that man has risked so much to try to manipulate nature to his advantage, and that it has turned out not to be the way he intended it -- but this is the state of the human race.
Everyone has seen the truth, but few are willing to say definitively, “Nature never succumbs easily to man's will, and even the humble insect will always find ways to escape our chemical attacks.”
I am very glad that our children can understand such a truth at such an age. Openess is one of our school values, the students will share their knowledge with everyone around.
They welcome human exploration of their world. Killing and domestication should not be our "way of hospitality."