Research and Practice of English Teaching Reform in Higher Vocational Colleges from the Perspective of Ideological and Political Theories teaching in all courses
Keywords:Ideological and Political Course, Higher Vocational Education, English Teaching Reform
Under the background of the continuous improvement of education level, the continuous improvement of education system and the implementation of Ideological and Political Theories teaching in all courses, the related problems of English teaching reform in higher vocational colleges have gradually attracted people’s attention. There is no doubt that the fundamental purpose of education is to promote the all-round development of students, whether “virtue” or “intelligence “, need to carry out education reasonably. The course of ideological and political education is based on the cultivation of morality and the whole course of education, which requires the combination of ideological and political elements and specific subjects, so as to continuously optimize the educational system. The English subject in higher vocational colleges should be integrated with the course politics elements on the basis of giving full play to the original curriculum characteristics, and then better realize the educational goal. Therefore, this paper analyzes the related problems, hoping to be beneficial to reality.
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