Practical Research on the Fusion of Classical Culture and Curriculum Construction

Jie SHI

Abstract


Curriculum is the main channel of the implementing cultural education. After practicing several years, we actively develop relevant courses and explore how to integrate classic culture into curriculum construction. Be clear that inheriting and innovating classic culture is the inherent requirement of curriculum construction; the characteristics of young students’ physical and mental development are the important basis of curriculum construction; the content arrangement of curriculum construction lays stress on the construction of classics, diversity and applicability based on the double line structure of historical time and theme education, and the construction of student aid system with ability practice as the capital mission, so that students’ self-learning and self-education can be promoted. Curriculum with distinct classics and vitality plays a significant role in laying the spiritual foundation for students’ growth.


Keywords


Classic culture; Inheritance and innovation; Curriculum construction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11797

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