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Teaching Strategies of Achievement of Ideological and Political Education under the Framework of the Hidden Curriculum of College English

Dan Wang, Yi Yang


The ideological and political education has always made an important influence on the direction of education and formation of the youngsters’ ideological system as well. The formation of corrective political awareness of the youngsters also has become one of the primary goals of higher eduction. Compared with other courses, college English has unique features and the traditional methods may played an limited role within it. Due to its hidden curriculum property, the transcultural contents and cross-cultural comparison have always been a distinct feature in real teaching practice. Given this situation, this paper strives to find other effective ways to achieve better integration of ideological and political education and college English from the perspective of hidden curriculum.


College English; Ideological and political education; Hidden curriculum

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i28.10590