The Study of the Connection in the Mother Language Education of China

Ruixue LIU, Xiaoyu DONG


In any country, the mother language education should be lifelong and continuous. Therefore, in China, the mother language education should be a whole education whether it is the basic mother language education or the higher mother language education. It should have the stages, but the connection of the education stages is more important; it should have the differences, but it should be progressive. In our country, there are still problems of teachers, teaching materials, teaching content and so on between the basic mother language education and the higher mother language education. Researching the problems from the perspective of the connection, we will be able to integrate and improve mother language education in a more wide scope.


Chinese mother language; Basic mother language education; Higher mother language education; Connection

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