Understanding and Implementation of Case Teaching Method

Yun LEI, Yujie ZHAO, Yinke LUO

Abstract


As a kind of teaching method, case teaching method has its own practical value and scope of application. In practice, it mainly consists of some links such as “knowledge preparation”, “case arrangement” and “provoking guidance”. Knowledge preparation could be implemented through a variety of forms and the teaching process that is prepared for analysis has its unique feature. Cases can be selected from the aspects of “event level”, “fact capacity” and “understanding degree”. And they would endow natural events with the educational significance. Setting questions teachers could stimulate students’ interest of analysis. And during the process of analysis, it is supposed to lead students use topic concept to analyze these questions around the cases.


Keywords


Case teaching; Knowledge preparation; Case arrangement; Analysis guidance

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References


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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