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on July 23, a drama class in the primary school affiliated to Chengdu University appeared on the front page of every daily, the mainstream Greek media. It is reported that the theme of the drama class is “miltis”, which is taught by Miao bin, a new drama teacher in the primary school affiliated to Chengdu University in May this year. In ancient Greece more than 2500 years ago, a girl named mildis, who was only 11 years old, died of the great plague in Athens. After the outbreak of Xinguan epidemic, the United Nations produced a 1:45-second anti epidemic propaganda video with the image of “mirtis” as the narrator.

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Miao bin designed the drama course content of two class hours. The ancient Greek elements in the drama class and the world-famous miltis have attracted the attention of the Greek educational circles. After that, the Greek mainstream media “every daily” made headlines on the drama class. The novel coronavirus pneumonia is the

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Miao bin, 34, graduated from the drama department of Peloponnesian University in Greece. He lived in Greece for a long time before he was invited to serve as a drama teacher in the primary school attached to Chengdu University in early April this year. Miu Bin told reporters that novel coronavirus pneumonia occurred in Greece, and witnessed the trauma brought by the epidemic.

according to Miao bin, miltis was an 11 year old girl who lost her life in the great plague in Athens in the fifth century B.C. her remains were found in the construction of the kalamax station of the Athens subway more than 2000 years later. Through the efforts of Professor manoris papagrigorakis of the University of Athens, she successfully restored the original appearance of the ancient Greek girl, and she became the United Nations ambassador to fight against children’s disease and hunger. After novel coronavirus pneumonia, Miu Bin,

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, was released by the United Nations into a 1 minute 45 second publicity video to encourage and be confident the people who are suffering from the epidemic. In May this year, Miao bin received an invitation from his doctoral supervisor to translate the short film “miltis” into Chinese. “When I watched this video, I was deeply touched, not only because of the story, but also because I realized that it could help children better understand the current epidemic situation.” What primary school children are concerned about novel coronavirus pneumonia is Miu Bin, who has told

that the new crown pneumonia epidemic is having psychological effects on pupils. “They will have all kinds of confusion. Why do they wear masks?” Miu Bin told reporters. Why take your temperature? ” These puzzles from the students prompted Miao bin to think about how to find a cure for the students in a dramatic way, and the translation work of “miltis” at the same time inspired him.

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has lasted for 2500 years. The students incarnate as citizens of Athens in ancient Greece

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. The drama class with the theme of “miltis” was given by Miao bin for the fourth grade students in the Affiliated Primary School of Chengdu University for two weeks. In the first week of

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, he introduced miltis and the era she lived in. “How did archaeologists find her (miltis) buried underground for so many years?” “Why didn’t Athens during the great plague be isolated?” Miao bin found that the students’ problems were gradually solved.

before the second week of class, Miao bin taught his students how to make ancient Greek clothes by recording videos. In the drama class, the students put on their own ancient Greek costumes and incarnated as Athenian citizens during the period of Pericles 2500 years ago. They performed spontaneously under the scenes of Athens plague and war with Sparta set by Miao bin, and discussed how to deal with the epidemic situation under the condition of insufficient medical conditions.

Miao bin told reporters that his class was full of uncontrollable factors because of encouraging students to improvise. “But in this way, I found the students’ rich creativity, imagination and empathy for the fate of mankind.”

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. In recent years, drama class has been paid attention to in primary and secondary education all over the country. However, due to the shortage of professional teachers in educational drama, drama classes in many places have become drama performance courses, “leading students to rehearse a drama in a semester”. This situation prompted Miao bin, who loves drama, to devote himself to domestic educational drama. The idea of

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has been lingering in Miao Bin’s mind for a long time. When Cui Xuemei, President of the primary school affiliated to Chengdu University, invited him, the two sides hit it off.

“although the drama class of this semester has only lasted for nearly two months, Mr. Miao bin is very well received among the students,” Cui Xuemei told reporters.

Cui Xuemei told reporters that next, the school will create an educational drama alliance including more primary and secondary schools, enterprises and institutions. “Relying on the network resources of Chengdu University normal college, we have found top domestic professors in the field of educational drama, and further improve the drama curriculum.”

“next, our school will set up a special student drama troupe,” Miao bin introduced his next plan for drama class. “We will gradually introduce the appreciation content of Shakespeare’s drama, ancient Greek drama, German drama and Chinese classical drama, and guide students to perform drama on the basis of a comprehensive understanding of drama.”

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Red Star journalist Ye Yan intern reporter Chengbo

original title: a class in Chengdu this primary school has been on the front page of Greek mainstream media. Why?