The Outline of China



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Syllabus of “The Outline of China
Applicable students: oversea students.

Class hours: It takes 36 hours to study this course. The study of theory needs 34 hours. The study of experimental skill needs 2 hours.

Course introduction: Today, China is playing an increasing role in the international affairs economically, politically and culturally and has attracted more and more attention worldwide. However, quite a few foreign people do not know China and the Chinese well enough to deal with their living environment in China and fully understand Chinese society, as well as Chinese people.

Our lectures will introduce some necessary, basic and important information to oversea students. These lectures will help oversea students to understand China and the Chinese well and will promote exchange and friendship between Chinese and people from various countries. It takes totally 36 teaching hours to finish the course from the 1st semester.



The basic requirements: It is to request students know some basic political, economical historical and geographic characteristics features of China.

Teaching period plan:

Chapter


Teaching Contents

Hours

1

Quick Facts

2

2

The Geographical Environment of China

2

3

The Administrative System and Ethnic Policy of China

6

4

The History of China

4

5

Chinese Traditional Thoughts and Religion

2

6

China’s Contribution to the World’s Science and Technology

2

7

The Life of Contemporary Chinese People

6

8

Economy, Resources and Environmental Protection in China

2

9

Political System of China in the present Age

2

10

Population Policy in China

4

11

Revision

2

12

Practice

2


Theoretical part (34hours)

Chapter 1 Quick Facts

[Aims and requirements]

This chapter is the fundamental introduction to China panorama. After learning, students are asked to understand the followings.

The Geographic Position, the National Territory Area, The neighboring countries, the national Flag, the National Emblem, the National Anthem, the Population, the Capital of China.

Chun Jie (Spring Festival), Yuanxiao Jie (Lantern Festival), Qingming Jie (Clear and Bright Festival), Duanwu Jie (Dragon Boat Festival), Zhongqiu Jie (Mid-Autumn Festival), Public Holidays.



[Contents]

1. The Geographic Position, The National Territory Area, The neighboring countries

2. The national Flag, The National Emblem, The National Anthem

3. The Population, The Capital

4. Festivals: Chun Jie (Spring Festival), Yuanxiao Jie (Lantern Festival), Qingming Jie (Clear and Bright Festival), Duanwu Jie (Dragon Boat Festival), Zhongqiu Jie (Mid-Autumn Festival).

5. Public Holidays



[Focal and difficult points]

Key Points:

(1)The National Territory Area;

(2)The Population;

(3)The Capital of China;

(4)Chun Jie (Spring Festival)

(5)Yuanxiao Jie (Lantern Festival)

(6)Qingming Jie (Clear and Bright Festival)

(7)Duanwu Jie (Dragon Boat Festival)

(8)Zhongqiu Jie (Mid-Autumn Festival)

Difficult Points:

(1) To make the students understand the message implied in the national flag and emblem.

(2)To make the students understand the Public Holidays.


Chapter 2 The Geographical Environment of China

[Aims and requirements]

This chapter is the brief introduction to the geographical environment and climate of China. After learning, students are asked to understand the followings: various terrains, mountains, rivers, climate character, a relatively-enclosed geographical environment, the influences of geographical environment over China's agricultural civilization, mineral resources.



[Contents]

  1. Various Terrains.

2. Mountains (Taishan Mountain).

3. Rivers(Yangtze River, Yellow River).

4. Climate Character

5. A Relatively-enclosed Geographical Environment

6. The Influences of Geographical Environment over China's Agricultural Civilization

[Focal and difficult points]

Key Points:

(1)Mountains (Taishan Mountain);

(2)Rivers(Yangtze River, Yellow River);

(3)Climate Character;

(4)Mineral Resources.
Difficult Points:

To make the students understand the relatively-enclosed geographical environment of China; the Influences of geographical environment over china's agricultural civilization.


Chapter 3 The Administrative System and Ethnic Policy of China

[Aims and requirements]

This chapter is the brief introduction to the Administrative Divisions of China. After learning, students are asked to understand the followings: The Local Administrative System, Administrative Regions, Autonomous Regions, Municipalities, Special Administrative Regions, ethnic policies.


[Contents]

1. Geographical Administrative Regions.

2. Administrative System

3. Autonomous Regions.

4. Ethnic policies

5. Municipalities.

6. Special Administrative Regions.

7. The Taiwan Question



[Focal and difficult points]

Key Points:

(1)The Local Administrative System.

(2) Administrative Regions.

(3)Municipalities.



Difficult Points:

To make the students understand the Autonomous Regions; Special Administrative Regions.



Chapter 4 The History of China

[Aims and requirements]

This chapter is the brief introduction to The History and Society of China. Students are asked to grasp the following: China's archeology and mythology in pre-history; Xia Dynasty; Shang Dynasty; Zhou Dynasty; Qin Dynasty; Han Dynasty; Tang Dynasty; Ming Dynasty; Big Change in the late Qing Dynasty; the Founding of People's Republic of China.



[Contents]

  1. China's archeology and mythology in pre-history.

2. Xia, Shang, Zhou Dynasty

3. Qin Dynasty, Han Dynasty

4. Sui, Tang Dynasty, 6. Yuan Dynasty, Ming Dynasty

5. Big Change in the late Qing Dynasty

6. the Founding of People's Republic of China

7. Three Great migrations in China’s History



[Focal and difficult points]

Key Points:

(1)China's archeology and mythology in pre-history.

(2)Xia Dynasty

(3)Shang Dynasty

(4)Zhou Dynasty

(5)Qin Dynasty

(6)Han Dynasty

(7)Tang Dynasty


Difficult Points:

To make the students understand:

(1)Ming Dynasty

(2)Big Change in the late Qing Dynasty

(3)The Founding of People's Republic of China

(4) Great migrations in China’s History

Chapter 5 Chinese Traditional Thoughts and Religion

[Aims and requirements]

This chapter is the brief introduction to The History and Society of China. Students are asked to grasp the following: Chinese Key Philosophers Through the Ages, Laozi and Daoism, Confucius and Confucian, The Growth of Buddhism, religions in China.



[Contents]

  1. Chinese Key Philosophers Through the Ages.

2. Laozi and Daoism.

3. Confucius and Confucian.

4. The Growth of Buddhism.

[Focal and difficult points]

Key Points:

(1)Chinese Key Philosophers Through the Ages.

(2)Inheritance and Innovation of Chinese Traditional Thoughts.

Difficult Points:

To make the students understand Influences of Traditional Thoughts upon Chinese Society and Chinese People.


Chapter 6 China’s Contribution to the World’s Science and Technology

[Aims and requirements]

This chapter is the brief introduction to The Science and Technology Contribution and Achievements of China. Students are asked to grasp the following: the Four Great Inventions of China, Porcelain and Silk, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ancient Chinese Mathematics Achievements, Ancient Chinese Astronomy Achievements, Modern Chinese Technology Achievements.


[Contents]

  1. the Four Great Inventions of China

  2. Porcelain and Silk

  3. Traditional Chinese Medicine

  4. Ancient Chinese Mathematics Achievements
  5. Ancient Chinese Astronomy Achievements


  6. Modern Chinese Technology Achievements

[Focal and difficult points]

Key Points:

(1)the Four Great Inventions of China

(2)Porcelain and Silk

Difficult Points:

The basic principle of traditional Chinese medicine and its application in modern China.


Chapter 7 The Life of Contemporary Chinese People

[Aims and requirements]

This chapter is the brief introduction to The Life of Contemporary Chinese People. Students are asked to grasp the following: Cities and Countries in Modern China, Housing, Transportation, Education, Community, Consumption, Entertainments.



[Contents]

  1. Cities and Countries

  2. Housing

  3. Transportation

  4. Education

  5. Community

  6. Consumption

  7. Entertainments

[Focal and difficult points]

Key Points:

(1)Housing Condition

(2)Education

(3)Consumption Condition



Difficult Points:

(1)The Change of Chinese Cities and Countries and China’s Household Registration System

(2)The Development of China’s Education and the Modern Educational System
Chapter 8 Economy, Resources and Environmental Protection in China

[Aims and requirements]

This chapter is the brief introduction to The Economy and Resource Condition. Students are asked to grasp the following: the Development and the Temperate Condition of China’s Economy, the Distribution of China’s Resources, the Environment Protecting Policy and Its Measures.


[Contents]


  1. National Economy

  2. Industrial Economy

  3. Water Resource

  4. Land Resource

  5. Animal and Plants Resource

  6. The Environment Protecting Policy and Its Measures

[Focal and difficult points]

Key Points:

(1)Industrial Economy

(2)Animal and Plants Resource

Difficult Points:

The development of China’s Industrial Economy


Chapter 9 Political System of China in the present Age

[Aims and requirements]

This chapter is the brief introduction to The Nature of The State, Political Structure, and The Basic Political System. Students are asked to grasp the following: the Nature of the State, National People’s Congress, Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, the Political Structure.



[Contents]

  1. the Nature of the State

  2. National People’s Congress

  3. Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference

  4. the Political Structure

[Focal and difficult points]

Key Points:

(1)National People’s Congress

(2)Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference

(3)the Political Structure



Difficult Points:

(1)the Democratic Dictatorship

(2)National People’s Congress

Chapter 10 Population Policy in China

[Aims and requirements]

This chapter is the brief introduction to The Basic Characteristics of China’s Population and Population Policy of China. Students are asked to grasp the following: the Basic Characteristics of China’s Population, the Main Causes of China’s Population Condition, the Content, Implement, Development of Population Policy.


[Contents]


  1. the Basic Characteristics of China’s Population

  2. the Main Causes of China’s Population Condition

  3. the Content of Population Policy

  4. the implement of Population Policy

  5. the Adjustment of Population Policy

[Focal and difficult points]

Key Points:

(1)the Basic Characteristics of China’s Population

(2)the Family Planning Policy

Difficult Points:

(1)the Population Condition and Its Formation

(2)the Development of Family Planning Policy

Experimental part (2 hours)

This part needs 2 hours. In this part, we design some topics which connected with our sections for discussion and prepare 1-2 videos.







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