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[英伦广角] 2012-08-11 卡梅伦:中小学体育课需要变革

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Olympics: Cameron Hits Out Over School Sport


Teachers have reacted angrily to the Prime Minister's claim they are failing to help pupils develop their sporting talents.

 

 

2012伦敦奥运英国选手表现杰出。卡梅伦,伦敦奥运让世界见到了“英国最好的一面”。他批评公立中小学体育不达标,需通过“重大文化变革”来确保英国奥运军团这次的赫赫战绩长久惠及国民和国家。英国奥组委呼吁在体育上投入更多的资金和体育政策上的改变。

 

卡梅伦说,英国必须在梅杰打造的基础上不断前进,为体育事业提供更多资金支持。据悉,前首相梅杰曾创立英国国家彩票基金。此次奥运会,英国运动员收到了国家彩票的大力财政扶持,这些资金用于支付运动员的生活和训练费用,意味着英国队能够获得世界一流的设施,培训和技术支持。

 

卡梅伦首相在接受伦敦LBC电台采访时说,学校的体育教育中需要注入更多“竞争精神”、形成更浓的竞争风气,这需要老师更多的参与其中。虽然首相的批评相对婉转,但教师们听懂了,表示完全不同意,甚至气愤。教师们认为首相是在推卸和转嫁责任,把学校体育教育中的问题归咎于教师,而实际上政府削减经费才是问题的根源。



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[Homework]2012-08-11 卡梅伦:中小学体育课需要变革

You talked about the legacy that could serve certainly be  nobody at the time is trying to built on that, but is it right you are speaking at the same time it's that unfortunately we scrap compulsory PE lessons in schools?
Oh, we haven't done that. You know, sport is part of national career. We want schools to deliver our sport. And I think that's very important, but frankly, we have put a lot of money, that's billions of pounds going into school sport over the next 4 years. But frankly, if the only problem was money, you solved this with money. The only problem isn't money, the problem has been too many schools not wanting to have competitive sport, some teachers not really wanting to join it and play that part. And if we want to have great sport legacy for our children. And I do. I've got a 8-year-old and a 6-year-old and a 2-year-old. I want them to play competitive sport and they want to play competitive sport. We've got have an answer that brings all the society together to crack this. More competition, more competitiveness, getting rid of the idea of all. Must we win prize. You can't have competitive sports. Surely we must do our compulsory games. Right?
Yes, absolutely. That's right.
Everybody don't have to?
Every school has to deliver our sport as part of the national cricket activities. It is there. What the last government did isn't right. If you just simly sit there, invite all and set a target, but don't actually do anything to help schools meeting. You don't really solving the problem in fact. By just saying, look, I want you to do this many hours a week. Some schools take right, but as soon as we've hit that minimum requirement and kick the ball tonight, we can give up. If you look the very best schools in terms of states school sport in our country, everyone will often say don't set minimum targets, actually challenge us to achieve more and more.



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You talk about the legacy and they could serve, certainly being know better time into trying build on that. But is it right you speaking at the same time as unfortunately we scrape compulsory repeat lessons in school?
Well, we haven’t done that. You know, sport is part of a national curriculum, and we want schools to deliver sport. Er, and I think that’s really important. But frankly, you know, and we put it on the money, that’s a billion pounds going into school sport over the next step 4 years. But frankly, if the only problem was money, you solve this with money. The only problem isn’t money, the problem has been too many schools not wanting to have competitive sport; some teachers not really wanting to join and play their part, and so everyone to have a great support and like it from our children. And I do. I have got an 8-year-old, and a 6-year-old and a 2-year-old, and I want them to play competitive sport. And they want to play competitive sport. We gotta have an unanswer that brings the whole society together to correct this, more competition, more competitiveness, more, getting rid of the idea that all must win prises, that you can’t have competitive sport’s day.
But sure they must do compulsory games, Prime Minister.
Yes, absolutely. That’s right.
But we don’t have to, anymore.
Every school has to deliver sport, just part of a national curriculum. I mean it is there. What the last government did that I think, you know, it isn’t right. If you just simply say they are vital and set a target, but not actually do anything to help schools meet it. You are not really solving the problem in fact. But I’m just saying, no, I don’t want to do this many hours a week, some schools think right, as soon as I have hit that minimum requirement, I will kick the ball so I can give up. If you look at the very best schools, in terms of state school sport in our country, there will be once old often say, “don’t set minimum targets, actually challenge us to achieve more and more.
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        You talk about the legacy and they could serve, certainly have been known better time into trying to build on that. But is it right you’re speaking at the same time as unfortunately we scrape compulsory repeat lessons in schools?
        Well, we haven’t done that. You know, sport is part of a national curriculum, and we want schools to deliver sport. And I think that’s really important. But frankly, you know as we putting it on the money, that’s a billion pounds going into school sport over the next step 4 years. But frankly, if the only problem was money, you solve this with money. The only problem isn’t money, the problem has been too many schools not wanting to have competitive sport; some teachers not really wanting to join in and play their part. And so everyone wants to have great sporting legacy for our children. And I do. I’ve got an 8-year-old, and a 6-year-old and a 2-year-old, and I want them to play competitive sport. And they want to play competitive sport. We’ve got to have an unanswered that brings the whole society together to correct this, more competition, more competitiveness, more, getting rid of the idea of all must win prizes you can’t have competitive sports day.
        But ensure they must do compulsory games, Prime Minister.
        Yes, absolutely. That’s right.
        But we don’t have to, anymore.
        Every school has to deliver sport as a part of a national curriculum. I mean this, it is there. What the last government did I think, you know, it isn’t right. If you just simply say they’re vital and set a target, but don’t do actually do anything to help schools meet it. You’re not really solving the problem in fact. By just saying, no, I don’t want to do this many hours a week. Some schools say they’re right as soon as I have hit that minimum requirement, I have to kick the ball out. I can give up. If you look at the very best schools in terms of state school sport in our country, there will be once old often say: don’t set minimum targets, actually challenge us to achieve more and more.
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You talk about the legacy and they could serve, certainly being know better time into trying build on that. But is it right you are speaking at the same time unfortunately we scrape compulsory repeat lessons in schools?

Oh, we haven't done that, you know sport is part of nation 's curriculum. we want schools delivery sports. but  frankly, you know we put in money there is billion pounds going into school's sport over the next 4 years. frankly, if the only problem was money. you solve it with money. the only problem isn't money. the  problem is too many shools don't want to have competitive sports, some teachers don't really want to join playing that part. and so everyone wants to have great sporting legacy for our children,and i do. and i''ve got 8 years old and 2 years old children, and i want them to play competitive sports. and they want to play competitive sports. we are going to bring the whole society togther, to crack this. more competition, more competitiveness, more getting ready ideas revolve of all must win prizes you can’t have competitive sports day.

But they must be compusory games.
Yes, absolutely. That’s right.
But we don’t have to, anymore.
Every school has to deliver sport as a part of a national curriculum. i mean this, it is there. what the last government you know is, if you just simply sit there, and sat at talking. but don't  actually do anything to help schools meet it. you are really solving the problem in fact. i just say, i want to do this many hours a week. some schools say they are right as soon as i have hit that minimum requirement. i have to kick the ball out. i can give up. if you look at the very best schools in terms of state school sport in our country, there will be once old often say: don’t set minimum targets, actually challenge us to achieve more and more
HW
You talked about the legacy that could suddenly be known at the time and try to build a * like you speaking. But the same time, listen unfortunately, we scrap compulsory PE lessons in schools.
We haven't done that. Sport is part of the national curricula. We want school to deliver sport. I think that's very important. But frankly, you know, we are putting on money that's a billion plan going into school sport over the next 4 years. But frankly, if the only problem is money, you solve this with money. If the problem isn't money, the problem has been too many schools not wanting to have competitive sports. Some teachers not really wanted to join in and played their part. If we want to have great sport legacy for our children. If I do, I will at 8 year-old, 6 year-old and 2 year-old, I want them to play in competitive school. If they want to play in competitive school, we get to have an answer that brings the society together to climb this. More competition, more competitiveness, more, getting rid of the idea of all we must win prizes, you can't have competitive sport day.
You are sure that there must be compulsory games?
Yes, absolutely that's right!
You don't have to it?
Every school has to deliver sports as part of national curricula. This is that. What the last government did? That I think, you know, it isn't right. If you just simply sit there, invite all and set a target, but don't actually do anything to help school to meet it. You don't really solving the problem in fact by just saying I want to do this many hours a week. Some schools think right, as soon as I hit that miniment requirement, I kit the ball tonight and give up. If you look at a very best school in times of state sport school in our country. Then everyone will often say don't set miniment target, actually challenges us would achieve more and more.

[Homework]2012-08-11 卡梅伦:中小学体育课需要变革

Homework 2012-08-11 卡梅伦:中小学体育课需要变革
You talk about the legacy that could be saving certainly nobody took time to try to build on that.But is it right that you speaking at the same time that's unfortunately we scrabbled compulsory pupils lessons in schools.

We havn't done that.You know,sport is part of national career.We want schools to develop sport.I think that's very important.But frankly,you know,if we put money,that's billion pounds going into school sport over next four year.But frankly,if the only problem is money,you solve this with money.But the only problem is not money,the problem is being too many schools not wanting to have competitive sports,some teachers not really wanting to join in playing the part.And everyone have a sport legacy for children.And I do ,I got 8 years old, 4 years old and 2 years old. I want them to play competitive sports. And they want to play competitive sport.We got to have ** get bring the whole society together to crack this.More competition,more competitiveness,more getting ready of the ideas to revolve prices to you can't have competitive sports today.

they do must do compulsory games.

Yes,absolutely.

They don't have to do it.

Every school has to develop sport as a part of national tasks.It is that.What is last point is that if you just simply sit there seeing them vital and set a target and don't actually do anything to help school meeting .You know,that's a problem,if fact.By just saying ,what I want to do this many hrs a week some schools give up.

If you look at very basic schools,in terms of state school sports in our county.That will be ones of don't set minimum targets .Actually,chanllenging us of acheaving more and more.




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[homework] 2012-08-11 卡梅伦:中小学体育课需要变革

You talk about the legacy and they could service, certainly be known better time into trying to build on that. But is it right you speaking at the same time as unfortunately we scrape compulsory [ripi] lessons in school?

Well, we haven't done that. You know, sport is part of a national curriculum, and we want schools to deliver sport, and I think that's very important. But frankly, you know, and we're putting a lot of money. There's a billion pounds going into school sport over the next 4 years. But frankly, if the only problem was money, you solve this with money. The only problem isn't money, the problem has been: too many schools not wanting to have competitive sport, some teachers not really wanting to join in and play their part, and everyone to have a great sporting legacy for our children. And I do. I have got an 8-year-old, and a 6-year-old and a 2-year-old, and I want them to play competitive sport. And they want to play competitive sport. We gotta have an answer that brings the whole society together to correct this, more competition, more competitiveness, more getting rid of the idea, if all must win prizes, you can't have competitive sports day.

But surely they must do compulsory games, Prime Minister.

Yes, absolutely. That's right.

But we don't have to anymore.

Every school has to deliver sport, it is part of a national curriculum and it is there. What the last government did that I think, you know, it isn't right. If you just simply say they are in vital and set a target, but not actually do anything to help schools meet it. You are not really solving the problem in fact, by just saying, look, I want to do this many hours a week, some schools say right, as soon as I have hit that minimum requirement, I've take the ball to not to give up. And if you look at the very best schools, in terms of state school sport in our country, there will be ones will often say, don't set minimum targets, actually challenge us to achieve more and more...
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[Homework]2012-08-11 卡梅伦:中小学体育课需要变革  
You talked about the legacy that could serve certainly be  nobody at the time is trying to built on that, but is it right you are speaking at the same time it's that unfortunately we scrap compulsory PE lessons in schools? Oh, we haven't done that. You know, sport is part of national career. We want schools to deliver our sport. And I think that's very important, but frankly, we have put a lot of money, that's billions of pounds going into school sport over the next 4 years. But frankly, if the only problem was money, you solved this with money. The only problem isn't money, the problem has been too many schools not wanting to have competitive sport, some teachers not really wanting to join it and play that part. And if we want to have great sport legacy for our children. And I do. I've got a 8-year-old and a 6-year-old and a 2-year-old. I want them to play competitive sport and they want to play competitive sport. We've got have an answer that brings all the society together to crack this. More competition, more competitiveness, getting rid of the idea of all. Must we win prize. You can't have competitive sports. Surely we must do our compulsory games. Right? Yes, absolutely. That's right. Everybody don't have to? Every school has to deliver our sport as part of the national cricket activities. It is there. What the last government did isn't right. If you just simly sit there, invite all and set a target, but don't actually do anything to help schools meeting. You don't really solving the problem in fact. By just saying, look, I want you to do this many hours a week. Some schools take right, but as soon as we've hit that minimum requirement and kick the ball tonight, we can give up. If you look the very best schools in terms of states school sport in our country, everyone will often say don't set minimum targets, actually challenge us to achieve more and more.
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[Homework]2012-08-11 卡梅伦:中小学体育课需要变革  
You talk about the legacy and that could serve, certainly being no better time into trying build on that. But is it right you speaking at the same time as unfortunately we scrap compulsory pe lessons in schools?
Well, we haven’t done that. You know, sport is part of a national curriculum, and we want schools to deliver sport. Er, and I think that’s really important. But frankly, you know, and we are putting a lot of money, that’s a billion pounds going into school sport over the next 4 years. But frankly, if the only problem was money, you solve this with money. The only problem isn’t money, the problem has been too many schools not wanting to have competitive sport; some teachers not really wanting to join in and play their part, and to everyone to have a great sporting legacy for our children. And I do. I have got an 8-year-old, and a 6-year-old and a 2-year-old, and I want them to play competitive sport. And they want to play competitive sport. We gotta have an answer that brings the whole society together to crack this, more competition, more competitiveness, more, getting rid of the idea of all must win prises, that you can’t have competitive sports day.
But surely they must do compulsory games, Prime Minister.
Yes, absolutely. That’s right.
But we don’t have to, anymore.
Every school has to deliver sport, just part of a national curriculum. I mean it is there. What the last government did that I think, you know, it isn’t right. If you just simply sit there, invite all and set a target,but don't actually do anything to help schools meet it. You aren't really solving the problem in fact. By just saying, look, I want you to do this many hours a week, some schools think right, as soon as I have hit that minimum requirement, I will take the box out so I can give up. If you look at the very best schools, in terms of state school sport in our country, there will be once old often say, “don’t set minimum targets, actually challenge us to achieve more and more.
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You talk about the legacy and they could service, certainly be known better time into trying to build on that. But is it right you speaking at the same time as unfortunately we scrap compulsory PE lessons in school?

Well, we haven't done that. You know, sport is part of a national curriculum, and we want schools to deliver sport, and I think that's very important. But frankly, you know, and we're putting a lot of money. There's a billion pounds going into school sport over the next 4 years. But frankly, if the only problem was money, you solve this with money. The only problem isn't money, the problem has been: too many schools not wanting to have competitive sport, some teachers not really wanting to join in and play their part, and everyone to have a great sporting legacy for our children. And I do. I have got an 8-year-old, and a 6-year-old and a 2-year-old, and I want them to play competitive sport. And they want to play competitive sport. We gotta have an answer that brings the whole society together to correct this, more competition, more competitiveness, more getting rid of the idea, if all must win prizes, you can't have competitive sports day.

But surely they must do compulsory games, Prime Minister.

Yes, absolutely. That's right.

But we don't have to anymore.

Every school has to deliver sport, it is part of a national curriculum and it is there. What the last government did that I think, you know, it isn't right. If you just simply say they are in vital and set a target, but not actually do anything to help schools meet it. You are not really solving the problem in fact, by just saying, look, I want to do this many hours a week, some schools say right, as soon as I have hit that minimum requirement, I've take the ball to not to give up. And if you look at the very best schools, in terms of state school sport in our country, there will be ones will often say, don't set minimum targets, actually challenge us to achieve more and more.
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You talk about the legacy and they could service, certainly be known better time into trying to build on that. But is it right you speaking at the same time as unfortunately we scrap compulsory PE lessons in school?Well, we haven't done that. You know, sport is part of a national curriculum, and we want schools to deliver sport, and I think that's very important. But frankly, you know, and we're putting a lot of money. There's a billion pounds going into school sport over the next 4 years. But frankly, if the only problem was money, you solve this with money. The only problem isn't money, the problem has been: too many schools not wanting to have competitive sport, some teachers not really wanting to join in and play their part, and everyone to have a great sporting legacy for our children. And I do. I have got an 8-year-old, and a 6-year-old and a 2-year-old, and I want them to play competitive sport. And they want to play competitive sport. We gotta have an answer that brings the whole society together to correct this, more competition, more competitiveness, more getting rid of the idea, if all must win prizes, you can't have competitive sports day. But surely they must do compulsory games, Prime Minister.Yes, absolutely. That's right.But we don't have to anymore. Every school has to deliver sport, it is part of a national curriculum and it is there. What the last government did that I think, you know, it isn't right. If you just simply say they are in vital and set a target, but not actually do anything to help schools meet it. You are not really solving the problem in fact, by just saying, look, I want to do this many hours a week, some schools say right, as soon as I have hit that minimum requirement, I've take the ball to not to give up. And if you look at the very best schools, in terms of state school sport in our country, there will be ones will often say, don't set minimum targets, actually challenge us to achieve more and more.
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You talk about the legacy and that could sever, certainly be no better time than to try build on that. But is it right you speaking at the same time as an unfortunately scrap compulsory PE lessens in schools?
We haven’t done that, you know, sport is part of the national curriculum, we want schools to deliver sport. And I think that’s very important. But frankly, you know, we are putting on the money that a billion plans going into school sport over the next four years. But frankly, if the only problem was money, you solve this with money. The only problem isn’t money. The problem has been too many schools not wanting to have competitive sport, some teachers not really wanting to join in and play their part. And we want to have a great sporting legacy for our children, and I do. I’ve got an eight-year old, and a sixteen-year old, and a two-year old, I want them to play competitive sport, and they want to play competitive sport. We got to have an answer that brings the whole society together to crack this. More competition, more competitiveness, more getting rid of the idea, and all must win prices, you can’t have competitive sports day.
Surely, they must do compulsory games privately.
Yes, absolutely, that’s right.
And we don’t have to anymore.
And every school has to deliver sport as a part of the national curriculum. It is there. What the last government did, and I think, you know, it isn’t right. If you just simply sit there and whittle, and set a target. But don’t actually do anything to help schools meet it. You are not really solving the problem. In fact, by just saying, look, I want you to do these many hours a week. Some schools say right as soon as I hit that minimum requirement. I’ve kick the ball and I can give up. If you look at the very best schools in terms of states school sport in our country, there be once or often say don’t set a minimum target. Actually, challenge us to achieve more and more.

[Homework]2012-08-11 卡梅伦:中小学体育课需要变革

You talk about the legacy that could certainly nobody in time try to build on it. Is it right? You are speaking, of the same time, unfortunately we scrap the compulsory PE lessons in schools. Oh, no , we have done right. You know, sport is a part of national curricula, we want schools to delivery the sports. I think it is very important. But, frankly, you know, we are putting on the money, that the billions of pounds going into schools sports over the next four years. But frankly, if the only problme is the money, you solve this with money. Your problem isn't moeny, the problem is being too many schools do not have competitive sports, some teachers do not really want to join and play that part. And if everyone want to have a great sports legacy for our children, and I do. I got eight year and six year old and two year old, I want them to play competitive sports. And I want to play competitive sports. We got to have an answer that bring the whole society together to correct this. More competition, more competitiveness, more getting rid of the idea of all we must place we cann't have the competitiveness sports today. Should we must compulsory gates? Yes, absolutely, that's right, we do not have to. Every school has to delivery sports as part of national curriculum. It is there. What the last government did, I think, you know, is not . If you just simply see and set the target, but do not actually do anything to help school s meet it. You are not really solving the problem in fact. Bu just saying, if we don't want to do this many hours a week, some schools think it right, as soon as I hit the minimum requirement I kick bottom and give up. If you look the very best schools in terms of states schools sports in our country,  that  will be ones you often say, do not set  minimum targets, actually challenge us to achieve more and more.

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[Homework]2012-08-13卡梅伦:中小学体育课需要变革
You talk about the legacy and that could sever, certainly be no better time than to try build on that. But is it right you speaking at the same time as an unfortunately scrap compulsory PE lessens in schools?
We haven’t done that, you know, sport is part of the national curriculum, we want schools to deliver sport. And I think that’s very important. But frankly, you know, we are putting on the money that a billion plans going into school sport over the next four years. But frankly, if the only problem was money, you solve this with money. The only problem isn’t money. The problem has been too many schools not wanting to have competitive sport, some teachers not really wanting to join in and play their part. And we want to have a great sporting legacy for our children, and I do. I’ve got an eight-year old, and a sixteen-year old, and a two-year old, I want them to play competitive sport, and they want to play competitive sport. We got to have an answer that brings the whole society together to crack this. More competition, more competitiveness, more getting rid of the idea that all must win prices, you can’t have competitive sports day.
Surely, they must do compulsory games privately.
Yes, absolutely, that’s right.
And we don’t have to anymore.
And every school has to deliver sport as a part of the national curriculum. It is there. What the last government did, and I think, you know, it isn’t right. If you just simply sit there and whittle, and set a target. But don’t actually do anything to help schools meet it. You are not really solving the problem. In fact, by just saying, look, I want you to do these many hours a week. Some schools say right as soon as I hit that minimum requirement. I’ve kick the ball and I can give up. If you look at the very best schools in terms of states school sport in our country, there'll be once or often say don’t set a minimum target. Actually, challenge us to achieve more and more.
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