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|Abstract:||This study is based on the viewpoint of practice. It is the attempt to evaluate the influ-ence of geography questions in the joint entrance examinations of senior high schools and voca負ional schools on geography teaching normalization of junior high schools. The approach includes (1). evaluating the quality of geography questions in several categories of joint entrance examinations 1992;(2) analysing the content validity and structural form of geography questions in the stage examinations of junior high schools 1991;(3) investigating the geography teaching situation in junior high schools. The result reveals as the following: 1. The quality of geography questions in the joint entrance examinations of public senior high schools and vocational schools has been improved a lot through endeavour for more than 10 years. But the content validity and structural form of geography questions in the joint entrance examinations of junior colleges still need a further improvement. 2. The content validity and structural form of geography questions in the stage examina負ions of junior high schools are not so good as we expect. It reflects that the content and direction of geography teaching in junior high schools still have some problems. 3. Certainly the content and quality of geography questions in the joint entrance examina負ions affect the teaching direction in junior high schools. But apparent improvement of geogra計hy questions has only been done in the joint entrance examinations of public senior high schools and vocational schools, the effect of guiding a normal teaching is not obvious yet. 4. The reasons that the effect of guiding a teaching normalization is not satisfactory are (1) the quality of geography questions in the jojnt entrance examinations of junior colleges is not improved simultaneously; (2) the authorities of educational administration and geography teach苟rs in junior high schools do not comprehend completely that the evaluation and teaching are indivisable parts in a whole teaching process. Evaluation belongs to evaluation, and teaching belongs to teaching, consequently both of teachers and learners will not focus their concentra-tion on the proper objectives and points of emphasis.|
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