Sichuan Minzu College, Kangding, 626001, China
Yibin bamboo weaving is both a traditional culture and a traditional handicraft. It is necessary to introduce it into education and teaching in order to inherit and develop it. Yibin bamboo weaving is integrated into the junior high school art curriculum, analyzes and refines its factors suitable for junior high school curriculum teaching, and uses a variety of teaching forms to allow students to experience the beauty of life and technology to the greatest extent. This article analyzes the feasibility of introducing Yibin bamboo weaving into the teaching of junior high school art courses, and explores the characteristic courses that are beneficial to the development of Yibin folk culture.
Yibin bamboo weaving, art courses, local education
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