Reform of Chinese Literature Curriculum in Institutes of Technology
Chinese literature teaching in institutes of technology is confronting new situations: instrumental rationality concept, application-oriented training objective, generally weak literary basis of the students. In such situations, Chinese literature curriculum reform should work on the following three respects: firstly, make it clear that the “value” of literature is to strengthen the cultivation of humanistic accomplishment; secondly, deemphasize history teaching while emphasize the teaching of open texts; thirdly, cultivate students’ sense of participation and improve language ability.
Key words: Institutes of technology; Modern and contemporary Chinese literature; Reform; Humanistic quality
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