Art Appreciation Instruction and Changes of Classroom Questioning at Senior Secondary School in Visual Culture Context

Min LI, Xiaomei JIANG


This paper discusses art appreciation instruction and the changes of classroom questioning at senior secondary school in visual culture context so as to improve art appreciation instruction and find out the strategy for the further development of art education at senior secondary school based on that at primary and junior secondary schools. It analyzes existing problems including classroom questioning in traditional appreciation education by the method of case analysis. It also makes in-depth discussion on art appreciation instruction and the changes of classroom questioning at senior secondary school in visual culture context.


Visual culture; Art appreciation; Classroom questioning

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