Contemporary Foreign Languages Studies ›› 2022, Vol. 22 ›› Issue (3): 20-27.doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1674-8921.2022.03.003

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Exploration and Practice of Non-lingua Franca in Central and Eastern Europe from the Perspective of Curriculum Ideology and Politics:With “Newspaper Reading in Central and Eastern European Countries” as a Case Study

YANG Bin(), JIANG Lu()   

  • Online:2022-06-28 Published:2022-06-07


With the implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative and the deepening of the cooperation between China and Central and Eastern European countries, the demand gap for high-end foreign language talents in CEE non-lingua franca is increasing. How to cultivate interdisciplinary foreign language talents with national feelings and international vision, how to construct foreign language courses with ideological and political elements, as well as a moral educational function, have become the development direction that needs to be adjusted and transformed in the construction of CEE non-lingua franca specialties in domestic universities. Based on the concept of curriculum ideology and politics, taking the educational reform in the course of “Newspaper Reading in Central and Eastern European Countries” in Beijing International Studies University as the research object, from the design of teaching goals, optimization and topicalization of teaching content, diversity of methods and means, also the innovative thinking, via the analysis of concrete teaching procedures, we are trying to explore how to embed “ideological and political” elements into the classroom teaching and implement the “three-in-one education” measures throughout the whole teaching process, so as to explore an effective path for ideological and political education to go together with professional teaching.

Key words: curriculum ideology and politics, Central and Eastern European (CEE) non-lingua franca, Three-in-one education, teaching process

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