Causes and Solutions in Construction of the Historical Conception of Senior High School Fine Art Students

Jiaxiang Yang (Lide Chaoyang Middle School of Nanchang, Nanchang)
Gu Chen (Institute of Technology, East China Jiaotong University)

Article ID: 1884

DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/ret.v3i3.1884

Abstract


Artistic specialty students are relatively special in high school education of our country, fine art students is one of them. This article explains the reasons for the current problems to art students in the process of constructing the conception of history, combining with the actual conditions, it tentatively proposes corresponding solutions to promote the deepening development of the history teaching of art students and the construction of the conception of history, carry out the educational requirements of “strengthening moral education and cultivating people” in the teaching process.


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Fine art students; Historical conception; History teaching

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