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Title: 從公民人格養成論述法政課程情意教學的意義與實踐
Other Titles: Cultivating Citizen Quality: The Use of Affection Teaching in Law and Politics of General Education
Authors: 蕭揚基
Issue Date: Oct-2003
Publisher: 國立台灣師範大學公民教育與活動領導學系
Department of Civil Education and Leadership, NTNU
Abstract: 這篇論文的主旨在於論證「公民人格養成」與「通識教育之法政課程情意教學」之間具有不可分割性。也就是說,大學通識教育之法政課程情意教學,是以公民人格的養成作為重要目標之一,而公民人格的養成,也是必須通過以法政課程之情意教學為其基礎。首先,在本文的第二部份析論公民人格的涵義,及其對法政課程教學的意義;第三部份論述「公民人格養成」與「法政課程情意教學」之密切關係,指出兩者之間有合者兩利的關係;緊接著,在第四部份提出在主體性公民人格養成這個基礎上,進一步探討通識教育之法政課程有效情意教學的實踐原則與方法,期能達成培養具有主體性公民人格的學生,讓他們可以與其他人文或自然環境進行健康的互動;最後,則針對筆者前述主張可能遭遇的挑戰加以回應,作為本文的結語。
This essay demonstrates that the cultivation of citizen quality and the use of affection teaching in Law and Politics of general education could not be separated. In another words, one of significant goals in the teaching of Law and Politics is to develop the good quality of a citizen. At the time, Law and Politics relies on affection teaching to deliver the idea of citizen quality. This essay starts with the discussion of the meaning of citizen quality and its significance of Law and Politics education from the second section. Next, it explores the close relationship between the cultivation of citizen's quality and the use of affection teaching in Law and Politics of general education. It also points out the benefits when combines two of them in the lecturing. Furhermore, this essay suggests some practical principles and teaching strategies in order to establish the subjectivity of students which allows them to interact with others in various circumstances as a good citizen. In the end, this essay tries to answer what might be challenged by others on the arguments and possible solutions of this essay.
URI: http://rportal.lib.ntnu.edu.tw//handle/77345300/30201
Other Identifiers: 52D6E800-9BAD-A45F-0215-AC92BD4B56DC
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