Reconstruction of the Elementary Life Education Curriculum From the Viewing Angle of AHP

Liyun HUANG, Xi HE

Abstract


In recent years, more and more elementary school students die suddenly, and most of them are caused by the stampede or the jumping off unexpectedly. The Blue Book China Education Development Report (2014) announced by the Social Sciences Documentation Publishing House and Institute of 21st Century Education in May 2014, collecting 79 cases of suicide of primary and secondary school occurred in 2013. What’s more,there are many cases happened in 2014, such as the “September 26” murder case of Guangxi province, causing 3 deaths and one injury; The “September 26” stampede case of Yunnan, causing 6deaths and 26 injury; The “April 11” Elementary jump off event of Purple Tea House and “June 23” face-hitting to die event of Guangdong; The jumping event in Chongqing of a primary girl in May; And the “May 23” Nai xi Village pupils’ mass brawl event of Beijing. The above cases are all occurred in 2014. The frequent occurrence of the stampede and suicide, have beening causing the community’s attention. This paper attempts to analyze the elementary life education curriculum from the perspective of AHP, finding out and reconstructing a new elementary life education curriculum to reduce the mortality rate of primary school students.


Keywords


The elementary life education curriculum; Reconstruction; AHP; Primary school; Research status

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6913

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