On December 25, NEPCS 2016 Final (Shandong Province) was held in High School Attached to Shandong Normal University (AHS). More than 200 students from Ji’nan attended the contest. Xu Handong, a researcher from Ji’nan Educational and Teaching Research Institute, and Ren Jiaqing, a provincial supervisor came for supervision. AHS as the host made detailed and considerate preparations and arrangements for the contest, which was duly recognized by the supervisors as well as sister schools.
National English Proficiency Competition for Secondary School Students (NEPCS) is the largest-scale comprehensive English ability contest nationwide intended for China’s high school students from 32 districts including Tai Wan. Since its foundation in 1991, 25 sessions of contests have been held, well functioning as a incentive system to promote China’s basic education of English language. AHS once hosted a few sessions of the final contest (Shandong Provincial zone ) and has been organizing students to attend the contest with a considerable number of them winning prizes.
AHS has always been attaching importance to cultivating students’ comprehensive ability in English. Based on English Language Association, English song contests, English speech contests, English poem reciting contests, English opera contests, English corners and many other activities have been organized in view of arousing students’ interest in English language and nurturing their comprehensive English ability and those activities turns out to be quite effective.
English Editor: Feng Zhao
Reported by Feng Zhao
Photoed by Li Min
Edited by Liu Shuguang
Translated by Feng Zhao
Net Editor: Yang Hua