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請幫忙翻議news paper~請不要用機器~已用過~效果差

不必一字一句的翻~若可以的話當然更好~請告訴我大意~大概的內容再說什麼~或是分段的回答段落內在講什麼~謝謝大家~Teenaged pupils at one German school are learning how to achieve happiness as an official subject alongside mathematics and languages.

The class sits in a circle with eyes shut and counts off from one to ten: one begins, the next voice comes from the far right, a third from the other side.

The aim is to listen for an opportunity to shout the number without clashing with another voice or leaving a pause. On the first try, most of the young Germans try to be first, while a few are to shy to join in.

By the fifth time round, it works rhythmically. The massage: giving other people space, but also confidently claiming your own space, is a requirement for social well-being.

While the psycho-game suggests a soft course for the less bright, the school says it is trying to address an inadequacy that affects even clever pupils in Germany’s academically oriented public education system.

Character building is not an overt aim of German schools. Unlike schools in other nations, they do not usually have school sports teams, do not seek to build school spirit and are not allowed to advocate religion.

Though many teens admit they are lonely and confused, school is not usually the place to find relief.

The Willy Hellpach School, a kind of junior college in the old university city of Heidelberg, is the first in the nation to develop a happiness course, intended for 17-19-year olds preparing.

Ernst Fritz-Schubert, the school principal, said he came up with the idea after seeing an Austrian survey of 9-13-year-olds that found them happiest on holiday or at home and least happy at the dentist or at school.

The numbers would fit Germany just as well. Fritz-Schubert resolved to teach his teens some of the competence in achieving happiness that many people wait a lifetime to learn. He formed a committee of 18 teachers and other experts to advise him.

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    在一間德國學校中青少年學徒正在學習如何把實現快樂和其他數學和語言並列成為主要科目. 班級成員座著圍成一圈避著眼睛從一數到十: 第一個開始, 然後下一聲是在正對面, 第三聲是其他邊數.

    這目的是為了聽著等機會來叫出數字卻不會打斷其他的聲音或是讓聲音停頓. 第一次試, 多數青少年想當第一個, 然而少數卻害怕加入.

    到第五輪,開始有了節奏. 所傳達的訊息: 給別人空間 但是也有自信地給予自己空間, 這是個快樂社會的必需品.

    當這心理分析遊戲提供了輕鬆的課程給那些個性不易開朗的, 學校覺得這會有不恰當的引響對那些在學術很有才能的學生導向以社會教育為目標

    個性建立不是德國學校公然的目標. 不像其他國家的學校, 他們沒有運動效隊, 他們不尋求學校精神也不許提倡宗教. 雖然很多青少年承認他們很寂寞和疑惑, 學校通常不是找尋紓解壓力的地方.

    Willy Hellpach學校是一所3年級學院在一間Heidelberg的老大學城, 他是第一所發展快樂課程為那些17-19歲所預備的

    學校校長Ernst Fritz-Schubert說他有了這點子,當他看到了一個澳洲的調查說到了9-13歲的人在假日和家裡能得到快樂, 而在看牙醫和學校最不快樂

    這年齡數剛好符合德國.Fritz-Schubert決定要教導學生實現快樂的能力這是很多人一生在等的.他組織一個18位老師和其他專家的委員會來給他建議

    足字翻完了...可是字數太多不能把英文也一起打上來....我是按他的分段的

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