Reform of Chinese Language Teaching Methodology

Yonghui WANG


With the development of society and the advance of the new basic education curriculum reform, the original teaching methods and content system of Chinese Language Teaching Methodology cannot meet the needs of basic education teacher training. Therefore, the reform is imminent. This paper demonstrates the reform in three aspects: selection and cultivation of teachers, reconstruction of teaching content, and reform of teaching methods.


Reform; Chinese Language Teaching Methodology; Content; Method

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