Activity: A Basic Teaching Form of Morality and Rule of Law Lessons in Primary Schools
International Journal of Elementary Education
Volume 9, Issue 2, June 2020, Pages: 46-49
Received: Jul. 20, 2020; Published: Jul. 22, 2020
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Mingzhi Li, The First Central Primary School of Linba Town, Dazhou, China
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Abstract
As a basic teaching form of morality and rule of law lessons in primary school, activity plays a significantly importance role in mobilizing the students’ enthusiasm and subjective initiative. By participating in a variety of activities, students can improve their knowledge structure and enrich their life experience, thereby promoting the formation of students' correct concepts and good qualities. There are massive activities which can be designed by teachers to trigger students' creativity and enhance their practical ability. In this paper, methods, openness, integration of activities as well as how to conduct the activities are investigated. In general, the activities of morality and rule of law lessons in primary schools mainly include: observation activities, investigation activities, discussion activities, visit activities, production activities, planting activities, breeding (feeding) activities, exchange activities, participation in ceremonial activities, filial piety activities, environmental protection activities. These activities can be arranged before, during or after class by combination with other activities, such as class activities, school activities, festival activities and family activities. Based on different themes of teaching, it is suggested that teachers can conduct these activities by direct activities or communication activities. It is widely acknowledged that the activities of a class often exist in a comprehensive way. The development of activities can achieve the best teaching results by taking the teaching content and the actual situation of the class into consideration.
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Activities, Morality and Rule of Law, Students, Teaching Form
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Mingzhi Li, Activity: A Basic Teaching Form of Morality and Rule of Law Lessons in Primary Schools, International Journal of Elementary Education. Vol. 9, No. 2, 2020, pp. 46-49. doi: 10.11648/j.ijeedu.20200902.14
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