The fifth grade students pointed out the loopholes in the Journey to the West

As one of China’s four classic classics, “Journey to the West” can be said to be a household name, and everyone must be familiar with it. From the advent of Journey to the West to the present, it has been more than 400 years. During these 400 years, countless people have studied it. Even now, many experts and scholars are still specializing in this book, but no one has found There is a loophole in the book. It was not until more than 400 years later that an elementary school student who was only in the fifth grade and only 11 years old pointed out a major loophole in the book. As soon as the news came out, the little girl immediately went on a hot search and became a popular celebrity. After she wrote her composition, she was unable to refute the little girl’s point of view. This little girl’s name is Ma Siqi, a very quiet little girl with few words, but she usually likes reading. “Journey to the West” is her favorite classic, and she has read a lot of different versions of “Journey to the West”. It was also a relatively accidental opportunity. While watching the TV series “Journey to the West”, she discovered that some plots were not the same as what she saw in the book, so she went through the original book with doubts. It doesn’t matter if you don’t look at it. At first glance, she finds that there is a big loophole in the book Journey to the West. The four monks and apprentices of the Tang Dynasty went to Xitian to learn from each other. They walked all the way from Datang to Tianzhu. They crossed thousands of mountains and rivers and traveled for more than 10,000 miles. The best feature is the diet. But Ma Siqi found that the four mentors and apprentices were very similar each time they ate. Almost every meal in the menu had rice, tofu, taro, radish, etc. This is totally inconsistent with common sense. How can the eating habits of different countries and ethnic groups be the same? Later, Ma Siqi wrote his thoughts in the composition, and pointed out that most of the four mentors and apprentices eat Jianghuai cuisine, and Wu Chengen, the author of “Journey to the West” happens to be a Huai’an. Big personal limitations. When Ma Siqi’s composition was posted online, it immediately caused a great sensation and many netizens reposted it. This also attracted the attention of some experts. After reading Ma Siqi ’s point of view, the experts could not refute them. They had to admit: There are indeed some unreasonable places in Journey to the West. Another generation of readers love it, and there are countless people who study it, but no one has discovered this loophole. However, it is not possible to blame the author Wu Chengen for this loophole. After all, he has never been abroad. The information at that time was extremely blocked. It is extremely difficult to obtain information. It is also justifiable to have a loophole in the menu. This kind of questioning spirit of Ma Siqi’s children is indeed commendable. What’s more rare is her ability to think independently. She can study hard, think hard, be good at finding and solving problems, which is very important for children. ability. So, how can we cultivate children’s ability to think independently? 1. Do n’t directly tell your child the answers to your questions. In life, children will always encounter a variety of problems. When faced with a child ’s problems, smart parents do n’t directly tell the answers, but teach them how to solve the problems. Children learn to think independently. If the child encounters a problem, the parents will tell him the answer or eager to help him solve it, then after a long time, the child will have a dependence psychology, anyway, the parents will help themselves, why should they think for themselves? As a result, it is difficult for children to develop the habit of independent thinking. 2. Proactively asking questions and discussing problems with children is the starting point for thinking. The process of children thinking about problems is actually the process of constantly training their thinking skills. Therefore, parents can often ask some questions to their children and exercise their thinking skills. 3. Encourage children to have their own ideas. Can children express their opinions freely and speak out their ideas boldly? It is inseparable from the support of parents and the family environment. In a democratic and harmonious family atmosphere, children Only with active thinking can you dare to speak your mind. When children express their opinions, parents should have an encouraging attitude. Even if the child’s ideas are wrong, they should let the child finish speaking first and then give appropriate guidance. If the child is right, parents should also give positive affirmation and praise to increase the child’s self-confidence. 4. Inspire children’s thinking ability through stories. Children like to listen to stories. There are many stories and materials in the puzzle category. Parents can give children