School of Foreign languages, Gannan Normal Universit, Gannan, China
Students are the main body of learning activities and the practitioners and participants of all teaching behaviors. As students' perception of their own bodies, learners' role consciousness is spatial, and the test scores obtained by students participating in learning activities are also spatial. As an objective evaluation hard index, examination score arouses students' role consciousness and urges them to study hard. At the same time, it is an evaluation of students' study in school. Through the function of examination scores, phenomenological analysis is carried out from the conflict of students' role consciousness experience, and the spatial symbols of examination scores are interpreted to reveal the pedagogical significance of examination score.
Student's role consciousness; Examination scores; Spatial symbol
Susu Gan. Students' Role Consciousness: Phenomenological Reflection Based on Examination Score. Frontiers in Educational Research (2020) Vol. 3 Issue 3: 30-33. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2020.030308.
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