Role Model Education丨心有榜样,行有标准;学习榜样故事,培养优秀品质

The Bilingual G2 studied “Role Models” in their first Unit of Investigation. A role model is someone people admire and try to imitate and who has great influence on children’s choices and actions. As advocated by the national compulsory education, it is necessary for children to develop important qualities by learning from good role models.

Learn from Historical Figures 学习名人轶事

We started the unit with stories of historical figures. The children of G2 discussed in group the qualities that these role models had and why they were inherited by generations of Chinese since ancient times.



Share Stories on Campus 分享校园榜样

We learned about stories around us on campus. We invited some role models in school to share their experience on work and studies with us, including Mr. Tong, the Security Head, Amber Zhang, the WESer leader, Bob Wang, a good example of self-discipline, and Luke Li, our famous basketball player.


Analyze Qualities of Role Models 剖析优秀品质

Also, we explored the essential qualities of good role models by analyzing the eight good habits and the IB learner profile.


In children’s eyes, roles models should be:



Be Role Models 用行动去感受

By playing a game where we used our body language to pass a message to others, children learned how roles models could guide and influence other people.



Determined to be a good example to other classes, we walked in the corridor without making any noise.



We reflected on ourselves.




In Yuhua Heritage Museum, we saw many inheritors of traditional crafts who demonstrated exactly the quality of persistence and devotion.



Presentation 做更好的自己 

At last, students made a presentation to the class on Being a Better Person.


As reflection is an important component of this unit, students had a self-evaluation of their performance during this period. Parents and teachers also gave feedback.


Though this unit came to an end, we never stop reflecting on ourselves and moving forward.