"Hope Cup" National Math Invitational
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Introduction of "Hope Cup" National Math Invitational Tournament
This invitational tournament has been held for 22 consecutive years since 1990. For 22 years, the organizer has always insisted that the competition is oriented to most schools and students, and every link from propositions, awards to organization work revolves around a purpose: to stimulate the interest of the majority of middle school students, cultivate their confidence, and continuously improve their abilities And quality. This activity involves only the first grade, the second grade, the high grade, and the second grade of senior high school. It does not involve the third grade and the third grade. It does not overlap with the Olympic Games, is not linked to the middle and high school entrance examinations, and does not increase the burden on teachers and students. Welcome. The competition has been affirmed by the former State Education Commission and has been included in the list of national competitions approved by the former State Education Commission. At the same time, more and more mathematicians and mathematics educators have given enthusiastic care and support to the invitational tournament. By the tenth session, there were more than 500 participating cities and a total of 5.98 million students participated. The "Hope Cup" National Math Invitational Tournament has become one of the largest and most influential extracurricular activities among middle school students. According to reports, the competition was conducted in two trials. The first test (conducted in March each year) organizes participating students in different places (province, city, county, [district], school), and is carried out at all participating schools in the country at the same time. Each test point is conducted according to the scoring standards issued by the proposition committee. Marking and scoring, from which one-seventh of the proportions will be selected according to the results and the players selected for the second test will be selected. The second test (performed in April each year) is organized by the local "Mathematics and Physics World" editorial board or the prefecture, the municipal teaching and research room or the education college, the school of education, and the teacher training school. After the test, the test points will be sealed and the test group The committee sends it by registered mail, which is reviewed by the proposition committee, from which the first, second, and third prizes are evaluated according to their scores, and gold, silver, and bronze medals and award certificates are awarded. For regions or schools that do well in organizing work, the organizing committee issues the "Hope Cup" Math Invitational Organization Award. The Japan National Olympic Committee is very concerned about this event. The director of the Commission's Bureau, Mr. Wakasugi, made a special trip to China to discuss the competition with the invitation organizing committee. Since 1996, he has organized some Japanese middle school students to participate in the competition for three consecutive years. This event set a precedent for Chinese social groups to organize similar competitions to go abroad. In recent years, relevant organizations in the United States and Germany have also contacted the organizing committee for cooperation.
Hope cup emblem
★ Circular means wide sky.
★ English hope (hope) is like a bird flying with wings. Yu Yi: The "Hope Cup" National Math Invitational Tournament has opened up a vast space for the healthy development of the scientific thinking ability of the majority of young people, allowing them to fly freely.
★ "Since 1990" means ("Hope Cup" National Math Invitational Tournament was started in 1990.)
Which authority is sponsored by?
Ministry of Popularization of China Association for Science and Technology, Research Association of China's Optimized Law and Economic Mathematics, "Mathematics World" Magazine, China Youth Online, Hualuo Geng Lab.
Why host the "Hope Cup" National Math Invitational Tournament?
In order to encourage and guide primary and secondary school students to learn the main content of mathematics courses, broaden their knowledge appropriately; inspire them to pay attention to the connection between mathematics and other courses and the application of mathematics in practice; encourage them to study and explore; cultivate their scientific thinking Ability, innovation ability and practical ability; build up their self-confidence to work hard to revitalize China. Who can sign up for the Hope Cup National Math Invitational? Students in grades 1 and 2 of junior high school and students in grades 4, 5 and 6 of primary school. How often is the "Hope Cup" National Math Invitational held? Held once a year, it is considered a term. Two trials are held each time, the first trial in mid-March and the second trial in mid-April. The first trial was performed for 1.5 hours, and the second trial was performed for 2 hours. National unified time starts and ends.
How to Propose a "Hope Cup" National Math Invitational Tournament?
(1). Graded propositions—Problems are divided into six levels according to the fourth, fifth, and sixth grades of primary school, the first, second, and third grades of junior high school, and the first and second grades of high school.
(2). The content of the test questions does not exceed the current syllabus of mathematics, does not exceed the teaching progress, and is close to the current mathematics textbook. It is derived from the textbook and higher than the textbook.
(3). The topic is not difficult to live, clever and not biased; it is both popular and thoughtful and inspiring. (4). Mathematical thinking is a very important scientific thinking. The test questions strive to reflect the beauty of scientific thinking, contain science in fun, and combine the investigation of knowledge and ability with the cultivation of thinking ability.
Who will make the "Hope Cup" National Math Invitational Proposition?
(1). Mathematics researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, math professors from famous universities and outstanding math teachers from key schools form a proposition committee to make propositions.
(2). Extensively solicit questions from mathematics educators, and set proposition awards.
How to evaluate the National Cup Invitational Cup of Hope?
(1). Guiding ideology based on national conditions-fully taking into account the differences in student resources, teachers, facilities, and information among regions and between schools. In the evaluation of the prizes, they should not be leveled with the developed areas of culture and education to ensure that these regions and schools have the corresponding proportion of awards. We believe that in any group of students, there are always relatively excellent ones. In this way, not only can students with outstanding mathematics performances emerge, but also ordinary students can see their potential abilities and build self-confidence, thereby stimulating the interest and enterprising spirit of learning.
(2). Reasonable ratio-one quarter of the number of participants in the primary school is the winner and enters the second test; no less than one fifth of the contestants who enter the second test will win the first, second and third prizes. Were awarded gold, silver and bronze medals respectively; one-fifth of the middle school participants were the winners and entered the second test; no fewer than one-sixth of the contestants who entered the second test won the first, second and third. The prizes were awarded gold, silver and bronze medals.
(3). Reward for teachers and organizers-the "Hope Cup" National Mathematics Invitational Organization Work Award will be awarded to regions or schools that have done well in organizing work, and to the person in charge of specific work and the first and second prize winners The supervising teacher awarded the title and certificate of "Excellent Gardener in Mathematics Education", and the supervising teacher of the third prize was awarded the title and certificate of "Excellent Counselor in Mathematics Competition". The results of the competition are published in mid-June each year and are published in the "Mathematics World" magazine, the "Hope Cup" National Math Invitational Organizing Committee website, China Youth Daily, China Youth Online, the "Mathematics World" website and the "Hope Cup" math competition Published in a series of books, and issued medals and certificates at the same time.
What is a "star of hope"?
Players who entered the second test and won the first or second prize, that is, the players who were awarded the gold and silver medals are collectively referred to as "stars of hope".
Preparing for the Hope Cup
In March of each year, when the spring begins, various competitions are also held nationwide, including the "Hope Cup" and "Hua Luo Geng Gold Cup". Some classmates feel good about themselves in maths studies, but they encounter "Waterloo" in the competition. At the same time, parents and classmates often ask questions such as "How can I get good grades?" First of all, we must correct the attitude of participating in the competition. Mathematical competition is different from the normal study in the school. It requires a good mathematical background and resilience, and even understanding. Therefore, the results will be uneven and good or bad. Therefore, when participating in the competition, you must set a goal that is more suitable for you. This goal should not be too high. As long as we reach this goal, we will succeed.
In the competition, you can set 3 different goals for your actual mathematical level:
1. If the study of mathematics in general is ordinary, then as long as you participate in the competition and do your best, you can feel the atmosphere of the competition. By contacting those challenging questions, you can broaden your horizons and stimulate the interest in research. is the most important.
2. If you usually have a good math study, you can reach the final through the initial test, and you can see if there are any shortcomings in your ability and knowledge through the competition.
3. For students with a good level of mathematics, the goal is to win medals. The main purpose of the competition is to find out and fill in gaps, and to summarize lessons learned. For different grades, expectations for the game are different.
For the fourth grade, it is mainly to exercise their mental state, to be able to take the exam without fear, and to develop guts and abilities for taking other exams in the future;
For the 5th grade, the first competition should be to exercise themselves, and the second competition students have a slightly higher goal;
Grade 6 students should be combined with the "small promotion" test. For the key middle schools that are enrolling a little later, the medal of the Hope Cup is a "knocker".
I hope that the Cup will start in the middle of March and the final in mid-April. When the results are fast, we will come down in early May, and we can catch up with some of the "small early rise" exams. The author believes that it is particularly important for the fourth and fifth grades to participate in the Hope Cup competition. If there is a fifth grade Hope Cup medal, it will undoubtedly have a great advantage in the "small beginning". As long as you set a predetermined goal for yourself before the game, you will not be nervous during the test, and you will not experience abnormal performance due to psychological instability.
How to get good results in the fierce competition, parents and classmates are most concerned about the method of learning: "Targeted" review and "targeted" training are the "magic" to win in any exam. The most important thing is pertinence. Because there is no unified syllabus for mathematics education outside school, and there is no uniform teaching material across the country, children of the same school are formed. As a result of different mathematics training and tutoring classes, the level of improvement is different. Students from all over the country are participating in the same competition, and the examination is facing the same test paper. Therefore, in order to achieve the desired results, it is necessary to review the Cup of Hope. The Hope Cup Organizing Committee recommends a series of "Hope Cup Mathematical Ability Training Course" series (1 book per year). Students should study and prepare according to this set of books as a standard and compare with the mathematics they usually learn. Perform leak checks and fill in vacancies. Of course, it would be best if you could take the time to study this set of books. When the breadth and depth of mathematical knowledge are mastered, it is very important to make targeted exercises to consolidate knowledge and train skills. Every year, the Hope Cup Organizing Committee will send you "100 questions before the test" before the test, which of course must be done by students; but do not forget that the questions that must be done are also the "Historical Competition Questions" of the Hope Cup of the Primary School. Will be more accurate grasp of the characteristics of the Hope Cup topic. When reviewing, you must take each type of question seriously, and even every type of question, you must master all types of methods; practice, but also "the question must be personally bowed", hands-on, each question must be Make it seriously. Do not, feel easy or you will not take it seriously, when the exam, the eyes are low. With targeted review and practice as a magic weapon, and a more peaceful competitive mentality, I believe that students will achieve their desired results.
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