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US News To protect its students, Oxford makes their homework on China anonymous

10:00  29 september  2020
10:00  29 september  2020 Source:   lepoint.fr

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Students will submit work related to China anonymously and told not to record classes.

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The security law put in place by China in Hong Kong is being felt even in the benches of the most prestigious in the world. This law was introduced last June in direct response to the protest movement which has seen thousands of protesters rise up against China's hold. It strongly represses secession and subversion by providing for very severe penalties and in particular gives the power to China to arrest people who do not reside in Hong Kong , for actions or comments made outside this territory.

Thus, as explained by the Guardian , relayed by Courrier international , the British University of Oxford comes to fear for the safety and freedom of expression of its students, especially those who may have a link, family or acquaintances in China or Hong Kong. Therefore, from now on, the duties dealing with China will be completely anonymous.

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English / chinese discussion. STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student B). China protects its language from English. Chinese authorities have taken steps to protect its language from the increasing use of English and other languages.

But ESL students , on the other hand, may disagree. Adult learners will argue that they have busy sche. The only way to get young students excited about doing homework , and get adults to set aside At the end of a reading task or activity, make a list of the words they have learned for the day.

It will also be forbidden to record a course or share it with outside groups under penalty of disciplinary measures. Anonymity will be the rule in all courses concerning China and group work will be replaced by individual interviews with a teacher.

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Students protected in American universities

In United Kingdom , more than 120,000 Chinese students are pursuing a course in higher education. This represents 35% of foreign students outside the EU in the country. Courrier international specifies that the University of Oxford is not the only one to have taken this type of measure since the promulgation of the law on national security in Hong Kong.

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