Music Education of Sichuan Rural Schools Under New Curriculum System

Wei LI

Abstract


The music education can help to develop people’s moral cultivation, aesthetic level, intelligence, creativity, and imagination, etc., and it is an important branch of education system. Under new curriculum system, more and more attention is paid to students’ comprehensive quality, and the music education is also placed at an important position; there is also no exception for rural music education. This paper firstly analyzes the difficulties faced in the music education of Sichuan rural schools, and then carries out a deep discussion on how to enhance the music education of Sichuan rural schools under new curriculum system from perspective of expanding the investment in site construction and equipments, enhancing teaching staff construction, reasonably selecting the teaching content, blending information technology into music education and teaching, facing all students, and establishing a perfect assessment system, with certain reference value.


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New curriculum; Sichuan; Rural schools

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6971

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