The Return of Chinese Classics: Implications as a Content Component of the School Curriculum

By Sylvia S. L. Ieong.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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A study on a series of textbook materials selected from classical Chinese poetry for school children to read and recite and the implications for humanities education

Keywords: Ancient Chinese Classics, School Curriculum Development, Humanities Education, General Knowledge Education, Whole-Person Growth

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 5, pp.105-112. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.993MB).

Prof. Sylvia S. L. Ieong

Educated in China and the UK, with BA, MA and PhD in English Language and Literature and Post-graduate Diploma in TEFL, she has taught English at secondary and tertiary levels. She is now Asst. Professor, coordinator of BEd Programmes, and MEd thesis supervisor at the University of Macau. Her research interests include English education, curriculum and translation studies and recent publications include Children's Trilingual Picture Dictionary (Chinese/English/ Portuguese), Macau China (English translation), "One Country, Two Systems" and the Macao SAR, and over a dozen papers in Chinese and international journals


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