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A Case Study On The Integration Of Ideological And Political Education Theories Teaching Into Normal Schools’ English Classroom, Taking Chinese Traditional Festivals For Example

Lu Ying


Chinese traditional festivals are the treasures of Chinese culture and eff ective carriers of ideological and political education.
This article takes the fi rst period of Unit 3 Festivals and customs in Book 2 as a teaching practice case. We use the series of books of English
for High School (Yinlin Press) as the teaching materials. Our students major in preschool education. This kind of teaching can excavate
the ideological and political elements of Chinese traditional festivals, and can give full play to the ideological and political functions of the
curriculum in the English classroom. In the teaching case of the article, ideological and political elements and English classroom teaching
are organically integrated by allowing student groups to cooperate in the production of PPT, classroom display, video viewing, group
discussion, oral and written expression and other teaching activities.


ideological and political education theories teaching; Chinese traditional festivals; English classroom; normal schools

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[1] The Ministry of Education issued the Implementation Outline of the Project to Improve the Quality of Ideological and Political Work in Colleges and Univ

ersities, December 6, 2017

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niversity, 2019, (8):122 -- 126.

[3] The Ministry of Education issued the Guidelines for the Ideological and Political Construction of Higher Education Curriculum, May 28, 2020

[4] Yu Wen, Kong Juan. Telling Chinese Traditional Festival Stories Well in English -- A Case study of integrating ideological and political curriculum into En

glish Classroom teaching in Higher vocational Colleges [J]. New Educational Era, 2021, (10):145 -- 146.]

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/modern-management-forum.v6i10.5875