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Reflection on the Reform of Graduation Thesis Mode of Dance Major

Sui Liu


Before college students graduate, writing graduation thesis is an important work, the writing quality of graduation thesis will have an important impact on the overall academic performance of college students. With the promotion of the continuous popularization of the Internet, although it makes students more abundant in writing graduation thesis, it also makes plagiarism very common, especially in the graduation thesis writing of dance students. Because dance majors pay more attention to students’ practical skills and pay less attention to students’ cultural literacy, this also makes dance students have obvious perfunctory mentality in the process of writing graduation thesis. With the deepening of quality education, it is also necessary to reform the graduation thesis mode of dance major to improve the comprehensive quality of students. This paper analyzes the current situation of graduation thesis of dance major, and puts forward the reform strategy of graduation thesis mode of dance major, aiming to provide reference for future research.


Dance; Graduation thesis; Reform

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i14.8666