School of Foreign Languages, Chengdu Neusoft University, Dujiangyan 611844, Sichuan, China
This paper analyzes the incorporation of ideological and political, namely ideopolitical, elements into classroom teaching, with the case of Comprehensive English II as an example. Comprehensive English II is a compulsory course set for first-year English majors. It places a strong emphasis on enhancing students' comprehensive English language skills through diverse teaching methods while valuing students' role as active learners and improving their English abilities. The goal is to lay a solid foundation for language proficiency development. This paper intends to delve deeply into the design of the ideological and political education system within the curriculum, the integration of ideopolitical education throughout the teaching process, and the development of ideopolitical teaching resources.
Ideopolitical Education, Ideopolitical Integration, Comprehensive English II, Blended Learning Mode
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