Advances in Humanities Research

Advances in Humanities Research

Vol. 5, 28 March 2024


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The Continuation of Traditional Chinese Culture in Education: A Case Study of Children's Original Picture Books

Jiaping Yang * 1 , Xinpei Xu 2
1 Shanghai Normal University
2 Shanghai Normal University

* Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.

Advances in Humanities Research, Vol. 5, 13-16
Published 28 March 2024. © 2023 The Author(s). Published by EWA Publishing
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Citation Jiaping Yang, Xinpei Xu. The Continuation of Traditional Chinese Culture in Education: A Case Study of Children's Original Picture Books. AHR (2024) Vol. 5: 13-16.

Abstract

Under the call of the times for the inheritance and protection of the excellent traditional Chinese culture, children's cultural picture books provide new possibilities and innovative strategies for learning in the preschool stage. At the same time, in the context of digital education transformation, comprehensive analysis and combination of preschool cultural education and technology innovation and integration is the call of the new era, but also for the physical and mental development of young children and the cultivation of national pride has indelible significance. Therefore, this study focuses on children's cultural picture books, and innovates the form of point-to-point reading to explore the innovation and feasibility of its integration with cultural education, with the aim of providing new innovative forms and practical ways for cultural teaching for young children. The integration of culture and technology with audio cultural picture books and picture book teaching is not only a new attempt of digital teaching, but also an innovation to protect and pass on Chinese culture and to cultivate the cultural background of young children, which is of social and educational significance.

Keywords

Preschool Education, Original Picture Books, Innovative Approaches, Chinese Culture

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28 March 2024
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Advances in Humanities Research
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