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The educational function of drama culture and its embedded strategy in higher education

Wenjun Cong

Abstract


As a comprehensive art, campus drama has an extremely rich genre, flexible form and wide audience. Drama can organically integrate ideology and morality with comprehensive quality education, and pass it on to audiences in the form of performance. In addition, it can also help contemporary college students to establish the correct world outlook, outlook on life and values, so it is an effective way to educate people in the new period. Based on the author's learning and practical experience, this work first analyzed the contribution of drama activities to the healthy development of campus culture, then summarized the current problems in carrying out campus drama activities, and finally put forward the embedded path of the educational function of the drama culture in college and universities.


Keywords


Drama culture; educational function; higher education; implementation countermeasures

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/le.v8i2.795

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