The perfect temperature for students

Turn the temperature to the most suitable.


The temperature of the school has always been a problem for students. They catch a cold when they are cold, and sweat when they are hot. In short, they are uncomfortable.

And many people come from different countries, have different living habits, and adapt to different temperatures.

For example, Americans like to adjust the temperature of the air conditioner very low in summer, generally between 60 degrees Fahrenheit and 70 degrees Fahrenheit. For example, one English teacher at our school always sets the air conditioner to 65 degrees Fahrenheit.

The Chinese are accustomed to adjusting the temperature between 70 degrees Fahrenheit and 85 degrees Fahrenheit.  My friends Liu Shiwen, Xu Qianhan, and Pan Zheling from Dongxi High School said that they always set the temperature at 80 degrees.

In schools, the temperature of each classroom is different. The cafeteria and gymnasium have the lowest temperatures and the windows are still open. The lower the floor, the colder the classroom.

Pan Zheling’s classroom is on the third floor.  She says it is warm there, but when she arrived at the gym and cafeteria, she was shivering with cold.

This is a problem with an easy-enough solution.  Students should be asked about their views on temperature before the class, and be allowed to have more input regarding which temperature the room is ultimately set at.