Primary Education

Topics: School, Education, History of education Pages: 14 (5432 words) Published: May 9, 2013
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1 Introduction………………………………………………………………………….2 2 The key developments affecting the delivery of the primary education…………….3 2.1 Teaching material……………………………………………………………….3 2.1.1 Books……………………………………………………………………….3 2.1.2 Equipments…………………………………………………………………3 2.1.3 Websites…………………………………………………………………….4 2.2 Teachers………………………………………………………………………....5 2.3 Regional differences…………………………………………………………….6 3 The environmental and market forces of primary education………………………..7 3.1 Environmental of primary education……………………………………………7 3.1.1 Macro aspects………………………………………………………………7 3.1.2 Micro aspects……………………………………………………………….8 3.2 Market forces……………………………………………………………………9 4 Marketing strategies of primary education…………………………………………10 4.1 Foreign language primary school……………………………………………...10 4.2 The primary school attached to the university………………………………...13 5 Conclusion………………………………………………………………………….15 References……………………………………………………………………………17

1 Introduction
With the development of science and technology, people increasingly feel the importance of talent. “The science and technology is the primary productive force.”(Deng, 1998, p.57) In China, more and more people realize that to accept education is a necessary process for growing up. The core part of the education is primary education. In China, primary education divided into the six-year and school is the basic organization of the primary education. Before this, children would receive the preschool education which is kindergarten. It is a short transition that maybe three years or two years. In primary education, children will accept a lot of new knowledge, like speaking, reading, singing, listening, writing, counting, painting, etc. Of course, they must learn English. However, it seems give these too many jobs to learn, for them, some children just seven or twelve years old, it is a hard work. There is a system named “Nine-year compulsory” in China. This is a legally binding. It includes six years primary education and three years middle education. Primary education is the basis of the entire education to improve the quality of education as a whole, must start from primary education. View from the life course of development, the primary stage is the most important. It is the most productive period which grows body and receives knowledge. Primary education is the beginning of the school education of children. At this stage, the children will take place three aspects of the transformation of the meaning of life enlightenment. First of all, it is a transformation process from casual gaming activities to convert to a purpose. Secondly, children will learn how to organize group activities. Thirdly, it is a transformation from oral language to written words. These transformations allow children to break through the restrictions of time and space, to broaden the understanding of the scope, so as to promote the comprehensive development of a significant impact. It can be seen from the ideological and moral formation of children, the knowledge capacity development and enhancement of the physical fitness will be at the primary stage of education officially started.

2 The key developments affecting the delivery of the primary education The quality of primary education development affects the deeper level of education. There are some factors that influence the development of primary education. 2.1 Teaching material

In this section, there are three aspects.
2.1.1 Books
Most Chinese primary school uses a uniform book. These books contain a lot of basic knowledge. For example, children want to learn more knowledge about history, they can read some history books and learn new knowledge, if they want too more, they will ask teachers for helping or ask these families or borrow some books from the library. However, these books are some of the very basic knowledge and the basic knowledge largely confined to the thinking of the children. For some smart kids, these could not satisfy them....

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