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Analysis of the Implementation Practice of National English Curriculum Standards for Common Senior High School from the Perspective of Teacher Change

Shen Fan


It has been five years since the Ministry of Education in People’s Republic of China issued the National English Curriculum Standards for Common Senior High School, an educational policy that covers all provinces and cities in Mainland China.
This paper, from the perspective of teacher change, conducts analysis in the implementation of this curriculum policy and discuss
how to facilitate this educational change from school level and government level respectively.


Teacher change; Teacher beliefs; Teaching behavior

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v6i15.5213