調查:與冠病疫情相比 孩童更擔心考試與成績 (Children More Worried About Grades and Exams than COVID-19)

調查:與冠病疫情相比 孩童更擔心考試與成績 (Children More Worried About Grades and Exams than COVID-19)

聯合早報 LianHe ZaoBao
Republished with Permission
19 September 2020

調查結果顯示,每10名孩童中有六名對于本地疫情的態度屬正面積極,他們感到“平靜”“安全”或“充滿希望”。

但是,對于即將來臨的考試,每10名孩童中有七名態度消極,并且感到“生氣”“擔心”或“悲傷”,而其中就有超過五分之三的孩童對考試表示“擔心”。

(Translation) In the [Focus on the Family Singapore] survey, 6 in 10 children felt positively about the COVID-19 situation in Singapore, reporting that they felt "calm", "secure" or "hopeful".

However, the upcoming exams made 7 out of 10 children feel "angry" or "sad", with over 3 in 5 feeling "worried" about the assessments.

For more details on the survey results, you can view our infographics on the Race to Praise page.

For the full article, please visit 調查:與冠病疫情相比 孩童更擔心考試與成績 (Children More Worried About Grades and Exams than COVID-19).

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