Legislation Assessment Lesson Is the Construction Direction of Freshmen Seminar for Law Major in China

Qian ZHAO, Xinliang ZENG


Freshman seminar is a kind of emerging curriculum and teaching mode in the teaching field of undergraduates; the introduction of it into the discipline of legal science in China is helpful to cultivate freshman’s abilities of legal thinking, legal expression and discovering legal facts. The seminars for freshmen majoring in law should be featured in structure diversity, humanistic content and small class teaching, and thus help freshmen choose the discipline direction, improve their ability to listen, speak, read and write, cultivate their spirit of scientific exploration and form a harmonious relationship between teachers and students.


Freshman seminar; Legal science; Legislation assessment

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F5065


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