Some Thoughts on the Public Compulsory Course of Chinese Modern History in Advanced Vocational Colleges

Xinglin PENG

Abstract


This article has provided thoughts and research on offering general compulsory Chinese Modern History course in advanced vocational School, and it also pointed out the teaching object and its main content of this course; it is necessary that teaching need to combine with the characteristic of the advanced vocational students in order to increase the efficiency of the class. Teachers need to take care of the relationship between college history teaching and middle school history teaching, theoretical teaching in class and practical teaching outside the class, traditional “spoon-feeding” teaching method and modern interactive teaching method, and teaching and research. Meanwhile, the department needs to enhance the construction of the teaching team for Chinese Modern History course, combine internal training with importation of scholars from the outside, and guarantee a well-constructed system and financial support.

Keywords


Advanced vocational school; Chinese Modern History; Common compulsory course

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References


Sun, J. S. (2005). Several thoughts on offering Chinese modern and contemporary history course. Ideological & Theoretical Education, (6).

Zhu, Z. M. (2007). Several issues on teaching Chinese modern and contemporary history in advanced vocational college. Teaching and Research, (5).




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8657

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