The afternoon consists of other subject lessons with a strong emphasis on maths, English and foreign languages. Towards the end of the day, physical exercise and craft activities are introduced as the pupils' concentration lessens. The days are punctuated by eurhythmy, a Tai Chi-style movement exercise designed to focus their minds and help their concentration. Before the main lesson every day pupils recall the previous day's subject to ensure they haven't forgotten it. Pupils are always taught in mixed ability groups and learn to help one another when some are struggling. … [Read more...] about Explainer: Steiner schools
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In an apparent chicken and egg situation, many Vietnamese producers have reportedly postponed the premiere of their summer movies, as they do not want their pictures to hit almost-empty cinema halls only to bring in meager revenues. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese cinemas remain empty as industry awaits post-pandemic rebound
Doctors from Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 5, where the patient was recently transferred to after being announced free of the coronavirus, told the conference he had regained 40 percent of his lung function, up from 30 percent and 10 percent reported in the last two consultations. … [Read more...] about British pilot, Vietnam’s sickest COVID-19 patient, might not need lung transplant as health improves: doctors