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|Other Titles:||The Research and Comparision of the Components of Junior High School Curriculum in Taiwan to Those in Mainland China|
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Curriculum is the vore of school educational programs. The attainability to thegoals of junior high school educational progroms is most likely to depend on the fullness of curriculum design. Therefore, curriculum design and practice for junior highschool has been an essential issue for compulsory education. Since 1987, the R.O.C. government announced the release of martial law fromTaiwan area, interactions between Taiwan and Mainland China are getting more andmore active. Meanwhile, in addition to have a betteer understanding towards the educational circumstances in Mainland, it is also necessary to compare the culture andeducational status in Taiwan to htose in Mainland, and further, to discuss and analyzethem. Hence, this study will focus on the analysis of "The Curriculum Components ofJunior High School in Taiwan and Mainland China". Firstly, it will respectively analyze the components in two places which includesthe curriculum changing, the current status and the development in future ; at thesane cime, the study will have a thorough discussion on the peerformances of curriculum practice presently. Secondly, it will compare and discuss the differences and advantages of curriculum between Taiwan and Mainland. Finally, based on the findings in this study, several suggestions will be made as areference for improving the cuerriculum of junior high school in Taiwan.
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