Problems, Causes and Countermeasures of Chinese Writing of Senior Students in Primary School

Yuan QIU

Abstract


In primary school Chinese teaching, composition is an important part of teaching, and it is the practice of comprehensive ability of primary school students’ understanding level and language expression. The level of students’ essays not only reflects the students’ ability to use the language, but also marks the language literacy. Therefore, the teaching of the primary school language is crucial to the improvement of primary school composition. However, in the language teaching of primary schools, the cultivation of writing ability has always been the focus and difficulty. The upper primary school is an important link between primary and secondary schools. The cultivation of writing ability is more important and should not be underestimated. In short, in the process of Chinese language teaching in the upper primary school, teachers should pay attention to cultivating students’ writing ability and improve students’ writing ability as an important task in Chinese teaching. This paper mainly explains the existing problems and causes of the writing of senior students in primary school through theory, and proposes corresponding countermeasures for the high school students’ writing ability.


Keywords


Senior students in primary school; Chinese writing ability; Training

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11062

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