Ideological and Political Construction Based on the “Scenario-Action” Teaching Mode in the Major of French Language: A Case Study of “French Reading” Course

Pengfei WANG, Jia CHEN, Zhuokai LIU, Ziyan LI, Jie SHI


This paper refers to the teaching design and practice in the field of Ideological and political construction of curriculum in French reading course, the authors will firstly analyse the background of our exploration of the new teaching and learning mode, and then, represent the main cores of this mode, in order to promote the construction of the ideological and political in curriculum of not only the French reading course, but all courses of the French language.


Ideological and political construction;“Scenario-action” teaching mode;“French Reading” course

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