Study on the Effects of Ideological and Value Teaching in English Curriculum Based on Chinese Story Telling Strategy: A Case Study of Innovative Platform “One Word One World”

Authors

  • Jiachen Yu
  • Huan Cao
  • Bani Cao

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/ijeh.v8i3.8731

Keywords:

Telling China’s Stories, Curriculum Ideology and Politics, One Word One World.

Abstract

Colleges and universities shoulder the key task of cultivating successors of socialist builders. By telling Chinese stories, the ideological and political education in the course is permeated into English teaching, which is conducive to improving the effect of ideological and political education in the course. This study is based on the research on the effect of ideological and political teaching in English courses based on Chinese stories. Taking the public account of “One Word One World” as an example, this study explores the effect of ideological and political teaching in English courses based on Chinese stories by centering on three contents: “connotation”, “influencing factors” and “effect research”. Through the method of questionnaire, this paper studies the ideological and political effects of the English course of the public account audience. The results show that the implementation of ideological and political thinking in the curriculum can develop students’ ability to tell Chinese stories in foreign languages and improve students’ ideological realm. The English course based on Chinese stories is conducive to cultivating new people who are rich in national feelings, international vision and worthy of the great task of national rejuvenation, so as to better adapt to and meet the requirements of the development of the times and social progress.

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24 May 2023

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Yu, J., Cao, H., & Cao, B. (2023). Study on the Effects of Ideological and Value Teaching in English Curriculum Based on Chinese Story Telling Strategy: A Case Study of Innovative Platform “One Word One World”. International Journal of Education and Humanities, 8(3), 224-229. https://doi.org/10.54097/ijeh.v8i3.8731

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