College of Physical Education, Changsha University of Technology , Changsha, China
Core literacy is a comprehensive reflection of students'essential character and key ability to adapt to lifelong development and social adaptation. Sports core literacy is a part of students' development core literacy and serves students'core literacy. Based on the role and importance of College Students'sports core literacy in the University stage, this paper puts forward ideas and methods for the reform of traditional national sports curriculum, which can provide reference for the construction of "double-first-class" disciplines, the promotion of College Students' sports core literacy, and the increase of national and cultural self-confidence.
Double-class; National Traditional Sports; Curriculum Reform; College Students; Sports Core Accomplishment
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