On Roles of Art of Conversation in Student Emotional Education

Kun LIU, JIANG Lei

Abstract


In comprehensive promotion of quality education, teachers should integrate emotion into education with students being the center and conversation is of significant importance in emotional education. It is in conversations that teachers know students’ inner worlds. When talking with students, teachers should pay much more attention to conversation principles, language employment, criticizing strategies and students’ responses. This highly improves the effectiveness of emotional education.


Keywords


Art of conversation; Student; Emotional education effect; Teacher

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5478

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