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The Application Research of “3+1” Teaching Mode in High School Physics Teaching

Zhonghao Cao


In order to adapt to the social needs and keep up with the tideway of new curriculum reform, Linfen no.3 school bring forward the teaching model on the basis of online learning and field research,“3+1”teaching model is an efficient classroom teaching model. It contents four aspects : study independently before class,group communication and cooperation,teachers’ guidance in class , characteristics of teachers and students.The actual teaching effect of this teaching mode is studied by the teachers and students of Linfen No.3 Middle School and Linfen No.8 Middle school.The results show that the “3+1” teaching mode is more suitable for high school physics teaching. It can promote the further improvement of teaching quality and lay a solid foundation for the future development of students.


New curriculum reform; High school physics; “3+1”teaching model; Efficient class

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i14.8664