reform of the Chinese academy of education. Thirty football teams from 16 experimental districts in 12 provinces participated in the competition, including 13 in junior high school and 17 teams in primary

school. Based on the competition, the institute of Chinese academy of science and technology has carried out special investigation and test research on the establishment of football courses and football

skill level in the experimental area.

The school football classes in the experimental area are in good condition. According to the survey, as a national school football characteristic school, 16 experimental districts have achieved the goal of

setting up football courses. On the whole, there are 62.5 percent of the schools that meet the weekly football classes. Among them, the best one is primary school, middle school and high school. Survey

shows that, due to the abundant academic pressure is small, physical education, elementary school football characteristic school for football lesson a week there is no problem, the junior middle school,

high school is relatively poor, the main factor of restriction of junior middle school, high school football course is less total hours per week and teacher professionalism is not high, in order to meet

the requirements of the high school football courses, some schools to explore in high school soccer module teaching way, in order to solve the football class didn't have enough time and the problem of

shortage of teachers.

The survey found that the level of football skills of students in the experimental area has steadily improved over the past two years. In China to teach science college campus football league every team,

players from experimental area of the same middle school or primary school, in accordance with the principle of not allow cross-school and selected in the team, the players are all team for the normal


With reference to the ministry of education issued by the "standard of student football athlete skill level", teach science college campus in the football league in China, a reverse layup design pass the

ball, the ball 10 meters, instep positive bounce the ball, dribbling round rod shooting 4 test. Test results show that the primary sections 11, 12 years old age group students, compared with 2016 in 2017,

four groups compared three groups of indicators showed a trend of level, just pass a ball, index below 2016 in 2017. In the first group, the group of 14 and 15 years of age group, compared with 2016, the

four groups showed the level of improvement. In particular, there is a significant improvement on the two indexes of the ball and the ball around the ball, which reflects the trend of improving football

skill level of the players.


Potatoes stand in for pasta as the only cooked ingredient in this dish, warming the Italian tuna, artichoke hearts, capers, red onion, lemon and parsley. Recipe below.

This was going to be a salsa cruda pasta, one I make several times every summer. A salsa cruda (uncooked sauce) is perfect for warm weather cooking, because all that gets cooked is the pasta. It warms the other ingredients, causing their fragrances and flavors to blossom. The other ingredients, in turn, cool the pasta a bit. Your meal is warm, but not hot—perfect for warm weather dining. And your kitchen doesn’t overheat either, since you’re only cooking the pasta.

Except when I went to pick up a few ingredients I needed, there were beautiful little red potatoes in the produce department. Grape tomatoes were on sale, looking inviting. Sticking with the red theme, I grabbed a red onion. And just like that, my planned pasta dinner had morphed into a potato salad, with canned Italian tuna, marinated artichoke hearts and capers. Parsley, lemon juice and zest, and minced garlic joined the party too.

Italian Canned TunaCanned tuna is a big deal in Italy. When you try it, you’ll see why. Packed in olive oil, it has chunks of tuna with the structure of the flesh still evident, unlike the nearly ground quality of most canned tunas. And it is delicious. Spain is also a major producer of beautiful canned tuna.

The potato salad comes together in about the time it takes to cook the potatoes. You prep everything else in the serving bowl as they come to a boil and cook to just tender. As soon as they’re barely cool enough to touch, you cut them up and stir them into the salad. Done. This recipe served three of us as a light dinner. It can serve four to six people as a show-stealing side.

Italian Tuna Artichoke Potato Salad
Serves 3 as a light dinner or lunch

1-1/2 pounds red new potatoes (or fingerlings, if you want to be fancy)
salt and freshly ground black pepper
1 6-ounce can Italian tuna packed in olive oil
1 6-ounce jar marinated artichoke hearts, drained, bigger pieces sliced in half
3/4 cup chopped red onion
1 garlic clove, minced
zest and juice of 1 medium lemon (about 2 tablespoons juice)
2 tablespoons capers, drained but not rinsed
2 tablespoons good olive oil (plus more as needed)
1/2 cup roughly chopped Italian parsley, lightly packed

Scrub potatoes and trim away any bit of the stem. put in a pot and cover with by 2 inches with cold water. Salt generously and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer until potatoes are just cooked, 10 to 15 minutes. When you can pierce them easily with a knife tip, they’re done. Drain in a collander and set it in the top of the pot to let them cool until you can just handle them.

Meanwhile, add the tuna with its oil to a large bowl. Add the remaining ingredients, except the parsley and olive oil, and stir gently with a wooden spoon to combine. Depending on their size, halve or quarter the cooked potatoes and add them to the bowl. Season generously with salt and pepper, drizzle on 2 tablespoons of olive oil, then stir gently to combine. If potatoes look spectacularly dry, drizzle on a little more oil—I added another tablespoon. Sprinkle the parsley over everything and stir to combine (do I have to say gently again?).

Taste and adjust seasonings. You’ll probably have to salt it some more—potatoes soak the stuff up. Serve. Be prepared to have people salting it even more. Again with the potatoes and salt.

More crudas. This dish is sort of the love child of this pasta dish that we make several times in the summer and this deconstructed Italian potato salad. As soon as our basil and tomato plants start producing, this tomato basil salsa cruda is a regular on our table. Of course, pesto is the quintessential salsa cruda. Here are some we’ve done: Fettuccine with Pecan Pesto; Cilantro-Parsley Pesto; Sage Pecan Pesto and even Kale Lemon Pesto. So get in the kitchen and don’t cook.

Success is defined many ways. Financial, relationship and philanthropic success are just a few ways we can measure success. How does someone become successful in their goals DR REBORN? Here are 12 things you can do to help you achieve success.

1. Plan your day the night before
Stephen Covey stated in his book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People that you should review the coming day the night before. This way you have already created a mental map of how tomorrow will flow. You can make sure you have the information for your meetings and if you need to add other activities you can know where you may have time. By planning your day the night before you are being proactive and not reactive.

2. Create a “to do” list
Okay, so you have just planned your day. Any thoughts pop up? What main topic were you going to cover in that customer meeting? Make a note. Were you low on milk this morning at breakfast? Grab some on the way home from work if you forgot to already. Any calls you need to make? Write it down. If you create a list of things you want to accomplish the next day you have a greater chance of accomplishing them.

3. Get a good night sleep
This is easier to do after you have planned your day, feel comfortable with what you have to accomplish tomorrow and then can clear your mind of it. You won’t have to lay in bed trying to keep straight in your head what you have to do tomorrow because you have a list. You should also sleep no less than eight hours and make sure you go to bed about the same time every night. If you do like to read before bed do it somewhere other than your bed.

4. Get up earlier than you need to
Getting ready for work in the morning always seems to take longer than we think. Then there is traffic, weather and parking to deal with. If you give yourself extra time you will be more present in the moment when you load your car or computer bag and the chances of forgetting something is reduced. You will also be more relaxed when you reach your destination. Nothing says failure like a rushed, disorganized sweaty guy running into a meeting late.

5. Read
You have been hearing this since elementary school. It doesn’t matter what you read. You can read the Wall Street Journal for 45 minutes a day or a novel at night before you go to bed, just not in your bed. You can read business or books about hobbies. The point is that you read. Reading increases our vocabulary, makes us better spellers and exercises the muscle that is our brain… Well, the brain is an organ, but you get the point.

6. Set goals
A goal is a dream with a timeline. Not only do you need to set goals, but set different sized goals. If your goal is start your own company you need to set goals about gaining skills that will help you run a small business. Start by getting a job in the industry and then try to get promoted in the first year. Or if your goal is to write a book set a goal of having a certain number of chapters done by a certain date.

7. Measure your goals
How do you know if you are on track if you don’t measure your goals? If you are six months into that job and things are not looking like a promotion is going to happen… Why? Did you underestimate how much you needed to learn? That’s fine – adjust your timeline. If you are not doing what you need to be doing think about why you have lost interest or momentum. Maybe this line of work is not for you?

8. Reflect
Our lives are a story, not a plan. A plan is linear and a story does not follow a straight path. Your life is a story with subplots and surprise characters DR REBORN. It is okay to reevaluate your goals and where you think you were headed and change direction. That is how you learn and figure out what you are good at doing.

9. Get a mentor
A mentor should keep you honest. If you are not hitting your goals they should call you on it. You should have regular meetings with them and let them know what your goals are and the time frame you have given yourself to accomplish them.

10. Stay healthy
Sick people find it difficult to be successful because they are just trying to stay alive. Take care of yourself. Exercise, stretch and eat right. Exercise is a great way to keep you mind fresh by letting off stress. It can also give you time to gather your thoughts. Stretching is important because it keeps you from getting injured and then not being able to exercise. I am not talking about running a marathon – A long walk on a regular basis counts.

11. Focus
Multitasking is a lie. Successful people focus on what they are good at and leave everyone in their dust  Look at what you are interested in doing in life and see if you are good at it. If you are, you are done looking. You have found your ONE thing. See you on the other side!

12. Rinse and repeat
Consistency is what makes people successful. I’m sure you have all had that coach who told you, “what you do in practice, you do in a game.” That person is a genius, listen to them. Practice makes perfect… fake it ’till you make it. Whatever saying you want to use it all means the same thing. Once you have found your one thing keep working on getting better and better at it. How do you do that? Start with number one on this list and do all twelve steps over again, day after day until it becomes second nature DR REBORN. It takes 21 days to form a habit.