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Taking "Ideology and Morality and the Rule of Law" as an Example to Explore Efficient Classrooms

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DOI: 10.23977/aduhe.2022.040612 | Downloads: 14 | Views: 570

Author(s)

Fan Yang 1

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1 School of Marxism, Tongchuan Vocational and Technical College, Tongchuan, Shaanxi, 727031, China

Corresponding Author

Fan Yang

ABSTRACT

The classroom is the main battlefield of education, and education reform can only be truly developed if it goes deep into the classroom. Therefore, the basic education reform triggers the classroom revolution and the trend of creating effective classrooms is gradually taking shape. As the main channel of school moral education, "Ideology and Morality and the Rule of Law" shoulders the important task of cultivating and improving students' ideological and moral literacy. The purpose of this paper is to take the teaching of ideology and morality and the rule of law as the main line, to explore the efficient classroom teaching mode in middle schools through investigation, research and teaching practice, and to find a way to stimulate students' interest, cultivate students' abilities, and improve teaching quality. This paper uses the questionnaire survey method to investigate the classroom efficiency by taking "Ideology and Morality and the Rule of Law" as an example. The experimental results show that the current construction of efficient classrooms for ideological and moral and rule of law courses in universities is not satisfactory, and there are many problems such as lagging teaching subject literacy, weakening the subject status of teaching objects, messy teaching structure and systems, and messy teaching evaluation standards. To this end, establish the teaching concept of efficient classroom, strengthen the teaching quality of teachers, practice the modern and new concept of students, and highlight the dominant position of students.

KEYWORDS

Ideological and Moral, Iegal Education, Eefficient Classroom, Teaching Evaluation

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Fan Yang, Taking "Ideology and Morality and the Rule of Law" as an Example to Explore Efficient Classrooms. Adult and Higher Education (2022) Vol. 4: 70-76. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/aduhe.2022.040612.

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