Research on the Current Situation and Strategies of Establishing National Consciousness in Foreign Language Teaching in Institution of Higher Learning in Minority Areas

Authors

  • Yuxin Zhang The school of Marxism of ChiFeng University,Chifeng 024000,China

DOI

https://doi.org/10.52810/TPE.2021.100116

Keywords:

Ethnic areas, Foreign languages in Institution of Higher Learning, National consciousness

Abstract

For ethnic groups, in addition to mastering the lingua franca of the country "Chinese", foreign language learning has gradually been put on the agenda. How to share the wealth of human spiritual civilization and maintain national cultural security in cultural exchanges is a realistic challenge faced by all countries. That is to say, on the premise of laying a solid foreign language skills and mastering foreign language professional knowledge, broaden the knowledge of humanities and science and technology, and master the professional basic knowledge related to the work after graduation. Combined with some highlights of education reform and quality education, the theoretical exploration of effective foreign language teaching in Institution of Higher Learning is carried out, and some strategic suggestions are put forward for the problems in implementation. One of the contents of foreign language teaching in Institution of Higher Learning is to prevent the phenomenon of cultural "self-colonization", which has become a new requirement for foreign language classroom teaching in Institution of Higher Learning to maintain its own cultural security mission. This paper comprehensively discusses the problems existing in foreign language teaching in Institution of Higher Learning in ethnic minority areas and the corresponding countermeasures in teaching practice. The effect of learning largely depends on students' subjective initiative and participation. The learning process is not only the process of combining old and new knowledge, but also the process of transforming language skills from theory to automatic application. What is more important is to cultivate students' cross-cultural ability and make them become talents with correct cultural values, which is related to the security and development future of national culture. This paper aims to establish national awareness and reference significance for foreign language teaching in Institution of Higher Learning in ethnic areas, and also has a certain reference value for foreign language teaching in other Institution of Higher Learning.

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Published

2022-03-18

How to Cite

Zhang, Y. (2022). Research on the Current Situation and Strategies of Establishing National Consciousness in Foreign Language Teaching in Institution of Higher Learning in Minority Areas. ASP Transactions on Psychology and Education, 1(2), 7–11. https://doi.org/10.52810/TPE.2021.100116

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