Test on his page in Facebook posted Siying tan from Singapore
Idle problems in mathematics for the first grade was the cause of extensive debate in Facebook. A woman named Siying tan from Singapore has posted on his page of the post, in which he spoke about his niece, received a failing grade because of alleged too creative thinking.
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“Most may think that my niece is not able to count, but it’s not. She’s just a very creative girl (at least in my opinion)! I’m so surprised that this girl looks at the world from a different angle!” – wrote Siying tan in Facebook.
The fact that math test, children are asked to count how many ducks and dogs in the illustrations. The answer seems obvious: ducks – six, and puppies – nine. Results the girls were wrong? But pay attention to the place where the student should enter the answer. After a space are images of animals. Once it becomes clear: the first grader, on the contrary, acted strictly according to instructions. Ducks looking to the left, exactly three, and a sleeping dog with a tail to the left only one.
Netizens support the first-grader, noting that she had correctly solved the problem, and the fact that she was asking so ambiguous, is the problem of compilers.
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Earlier “Today” wrote, in China’s Sichuan province, the task assigned to the pupils of the fifth class, confused adults around the world.
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