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宜蘭高中懷山樓(新大樓)三樓西側第一間教室(112) First classroom(112) at west side of Moutain-Memorial Building in Yi-Lan Senior
Taiwan

這張照片是在宜蘭高中懷山樓(2010落成的新大樓)三樓西側第一間教室(112) ,靠近與行政大樓(左近)及臨風樓(遠)(舊名新教學大樓)的天橋連接處。懷山樓的教室配置都大概如這張環頸中所示的。在懷山樓,為了增加容納人數(大約最多45人),全面使用全木製的舊型課桌椅(相對於曾經一度採用的塑膠椅,但容易損壞),相當的不環保及不舒服。黑板如大學講堂班有數層,但老師因為容易在寫字時滑動而普遍認為不好用。

112是宜中一年級中唯一的女生班

This picture was take in the first classroom(112) of the west side of Moutain-Memorial Building(constructed in

2010) in Yi-Lan Senior High.Nearing the over bridge connect with Administration Building(Left,close) and Wind-Near Building(Far)(Original named New-Teaching Building). Classroom arrangement in  Moutain-Memorial Building mostly like this one.In order to increase its capacity(up to 45 people),it uses old type,wooden-make dest and chair(relative to plastic chair once used,which break easily),which is quite inviromental unfriendly and uncomfortable.Blackboard has several layers like a college classroom.But it was generally considered hard to use since it was ease to slide when wrighting.112is the only girls' class of the grade.

懷山樓為校友名建築師黃建興所設計,於民國99年2月落成,由學校各學生所投的命名箱中抽出決定,共三層樓計

二十一間教室,一樓西側挑高二層樓,命名為榮耀廣場‧樓梯是採用迴廊式樓梯,並於各樑柱上刻有挖空梅花圖案,各教室內部日光燈採用十字交叉設計,而三樓設有視聽廣場,仿復興國中德馨樓四樓之特色,此樓並與臨風樓、謙學樓及行政大樓二、三樓層相連通,欄桿鏤空並採用美術班學生設計的學校景觀及活動的圖案,是二、三年級班級及美術班、女生班所在地。

Moutain-Memorial Building was design by famous constructor and alumnus Jian-Shing Huang.It was complete in Feburary,2010.It was named by drawing submited from student.It has three stories and 21classroom in total. A part of west side of first floor(or ground floor) has higher roof to second floor,it wasnamed "Square of Glory".It's stairs was winding corridor desigh,it's pillar has empty-middle plum blossomcarve. Flourescent lamps in classroom was cross-over disign. It also audiovisuls calssroom at third floor. Thisbuilding's second and third floor was connected by a over bridge with Wind-Near Building,  AdministrationBuilding and Modest-Study Building. Railings  hollowing out and form the symbol of school's view andactivity.The Art's class and the Girls' class of second and third grade also located here

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註1:資料為2010年七月更新,有新消息請通知我,謝謝

註2:英文部分全為我自己翻譯,如有錯誤或不適當或有更好的翻譯也請告知,謝謝

P.s1 The data is updated at July,2010.Please in form me if there is any update,Thank you.

P.s2 The English translation was all done by myself. If there contains any error or inappropriate or better

translation,please contect me,too.Thank you.

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