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    Younger students experience school bullying (欺凌) more frequently than older ones, and male students are bullied more than their female peers, a survey found.

    It also found that nearly half of students had been intentionally hit or knocked down by classmates. About 6 percent said they are targeted by bullies on campus every day. The survey also found that students from ordinary schools experienced more bullying than peers from key institutions, and children from poor families are more likely to be bullied at school.

    Being bullied can have a negative impact on a child’s personal development and academic performance, according to Zhou Jinyan, a researcher who led the study at Beijing Normal University. “Children being bullied will find it hard to trust others,” Zhou said. “They may often feel anxiety, anger, resentment or depression. These emotions will further undermine their ability to control their own life.”

    In recent years, bullying on Chinese campuses has been frequently reported and has attracted widespread attention and concern. The most recent incident to arouse heated discussions took place in December at Beijing’s Zhongguancun No.2 Primary School. A fourth-grade student was bullied and laughed at by classmates, causing him acute stress disorder.

    The Supreme People’s Procuratorate (最高人民检察院) received about 1,900 cases related to school bullying in 2016. Meanwhile, there was a notable increase in bullying reports involving middle school students from 14 to 18 years old.

    Zhou came up with some ways to solve the problem, including boosting communication between teachers, parents and students and trying to establish more harmonious relationships among children. She said it was strongly suggested that parents try to be involved in their children’s educational experience, as their presence and companionship have proved effective in reducing bullying and its negative effects.

    32. Who is the most likely to become the target of bullying?

    A. A 10-year-old boy from a poor family        B. A 17-year-old boy from a rich family

    C. A 17-year-old girl from an ordinary school D. A 10-year-old girl from a key school

    33. Being bullied will cause students to go through the following EXCEPT _____.

    A. a lack of trust in other people

    B. a drop in the sense of depression

    C. a lack of confidence in themselves

    D. a drop in academic performance

    34. We can learn from the text that _____.

    A. bullying on campus has been brought into sharp focus by the media

    B. students who enjoy parents’ companionship will be bullying-free

    C. the government should consider taking further action against bullying at school

    D. bullying at school usually leads to acute stress disorder

    35. What can be the best title for the text?

    A. Negative effects on children caused by bullying

    B. Is anything we can do about bullying?

    C. The reasons for bullying on campus

    D. Bullying affects half of students

    答案

    ABAD


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