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Development and use of marine culture based on the


history of school-based curriculum resources
A Case Study of Beihai City, Guangxi



2005


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2005

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Development and use of marine culture based on the history of
school-based curriculum resources
A Case Study of Beihai City, Guangxi

Abstract

Development and use of marine culture based on the history of


school-based curriculum resources,the coastal areas on the promotion
of the history curriculum reform to meet the needs of the coastal areas
of interest middle school students to better reflect the richness of
marine culture, unique culture and the maritime awareness of students
with a unique role. Calling in from the ocean, the author century
maritime history, culture and education, development of the Beibu Gulf
wind and water increased use of the oceans and cultural development
of school-based curriculum resources urgency. A new school-based
curriculum reform to the current history curriculum has brought rare
opportunities for the development of three areas discussed in the
context of curriculum reform, and play its advantages in resources
development and utilization of coastal history of school-based
curriculum resources is imperative.
As the use of teaching and research, we focus on the concerns in
the coastal open cities - "Pearl City" Beihai high school history
teaching practice. This paper is divided into several parts, the first
part first define a "marine culture" and the related concept of marine
culture and history of school-based curriculum resources background
of the new curriculum reform to the positive role of the teaching of
history, from the all-round development of students, teachers
professional growth, Features such as schools founded clear
perspective of the value of its pursuit.
This paper is divided into several parts, the first part first define
a "marine culture" and the related concept of marine culture and history
of school-based curriculum resources background of the new curriculum
reform to the positive role of the teaching of history, from the
all-round development of students, teachers professional growth,
Features such as schools founded clear perspective of the value of
its pursuit. First, by relying on the development of history teaching
in the history of marine culture of school-based curriculum resources,
from the content of their textbooks proposed to extend and expand the
realistic and practical problems from the textbook knowledge of the
combination of two ways;Second, through research-based learning and
the development of school-based curriculum with the development of
the cultural history of school-based curriculum resources, the main
points of the problem - and practice-type, open, and explore the theme
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of the six-model study explored and discussed; Third, through the
school-based teaching materials prepared by the development and
utilization of marine culture based on the history of school-based
curriculum resources; Fourth, approved the creation of elective
relying on the development and use of marine and cultural history of
school-based curriculum resources. In the process, the author through
the development of local curriculum resources, design and practice
of the relevant cases, the effectiveness of teaching practice, summed
up the problems with a reflection, and the corresponding response.
The article maintains that: relying on the development and use
of marine culture history is a school-based curriculum resources system
exploration process, teachers must be school-based curriculum
resources development, the reform of teaching methods and school-based
courses in areas such as building systems research, we can really
achieve fill the existing teaching materials inadequate training
students maritime awareness, the sense of opening up the goal. Believe
that the coastal areas in Guangxi is expected to explore the history
of school-based curriculum development and utilization of resources
for students to develop and enhance maritime awareness to make its
due contribution, as well as other coastal areas of the curriculum
and other subjects and exploitation of resources and provide reference
Example.
Key words: Marine cultural History of school-based curriculum
resources Development and use

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