Research on Folk Art Teaching in Normal Universities in the Context of Promoting Traditional Culture

Xiancheng LIU

Abstract


Traditional culture which manifests the values, view of life, and world outlook established by the Chinese nation in long-term production and life has also become the cultural gene of Chinese nation. Folk art as one of the main carriers of traditional culture created by the masses in daily production and labor carries the people’s expectations for a better future life and records folk custom activities. This paper first analyzes the abundance and diversity of folk art resources. Second, it analyzes the importance of carrying out folk art teaching in normal universities, conducts in-depth discussion on folk art teaching model in normal universities in the context of promoting traditional culture: a) Folk art teaching should be integrated with other courses; b) It is necessary to carry out social practice of intangible cultural heritage of folk art; c) It is necessary to construct folk art education system.


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Traditional culture; Folk art; Teaching

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11607

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