Thoughts on Changing Teaching Focus and Methods of Constitution Course in China

Qian ZHAO, Yongqin MA

Abstract


At present, the main problem of constitution course teaching in China lies in the unclear definition of constitution course property, resulting in dislocated teaching of this course. The teaching reform of Chinese constitution course should be started from choosing teaching focus and improving teaching methods. Civil rights can be treated as the center clue of constitution, and teaching the implementation part of constitution shall be emphasized. In addition, during the teaching process, the case teaching method and discussion teaching method shall be introduced.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720141001.4217

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