Exploration of Teaching Practice on the Integration of the Chinese Discourse into Foreign Literature Curriculum Against the Background of Integration of Ideology and Politics into Courses
To cite this article: WU Conghui. (2023). Exploration of Teaching Practice on the Integration of the Chinese Discourse into Foreign Literature Curriculum Against the Background of Integration of Ideology and Politics into Courses. Asia-Pacific Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 3(2), 203-209 DOI: 10.53789/j.1653-0465.2023.0302.021
To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.53789/j.1653-0465.2023.0302.021
Abstract: As one of the core foreign language courses in colleges and universities, the foreign literature curriculum serves as an important window into foreign cultures that foreign language learners need to understand and absorb. Learning and appreciating foreign literature classics is helpful for foreign language learners to enhance their ability in language application, cultivation of humanistic quality and inter-culture communication ability. As foreign literature curriculum involves such content as foreign social system, ideological system, religious beliefs and others, it is of significance to educate students to adhere to Chinese people’s own belief, cultivating patriotism and establish correct values when two cultures meet. It is the teachers’ job to seek and highlight the key points in ideological and political education in foreign literature teaching, especially when the campaign for integration of ideology and politics into courses is underway. Guided by Xi Jinping thought on socialism with Chinese characteristics for a new era. Teachers should implant the Chinese discourse into foreign literature curriculum, teaching students to be virtuous and kind-hearted. This paper intends to illustrate approaches in teaching practices to integrate the Chinese discourse in the new era into foreign literature curriculum, giving a deep thought to the question of how to cultivate men.
Keywords: Foreign literature; integration of ideology and politics into courses; new era; Chinese discourse
Notes on the contributor: Wu Conghui was born in 1981 with the degree of Master of Arts. She is an associate professor at Zhejiang Yuexiu University of Foreign Languages, China, specializing in the study of foreign language education and comparative literature and world literature.