The Enlightenment of the Ideas of China Modern Language Education in a Century

Ruixue LIU, Xiaoyu DONG


In 1903, Chinese language was officially established as an independent educational subject in China. In 2012, “The Chinese Language and Other Curriculum Standards of the Compulsory Education (2011 Edition)” was formally implemented. From 1903 to 2012, the modern language education had already had about a hundred years. In the history of a century, the educational ideas of Chinese language have had great progress in twists and turns, become prosperous through learning from others, and achieve leaps in debates. Understanding the development of the hundred years will allow us to take the history as a reference and achieve greater success in the future development of the modern language education.


Chinese language of one hundred years; Language education; Educational ideas

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