Creative Education

Volume 10, Issue 5 (May 2019)

ISSN Print: 2151-4755   ISSN Online: 2151-4771

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Analysis of China’s Core Literacy Research Based on Keyword Clustering

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ABSTRACT

At present, core literacy has become a hot topic in the field of education research in China. By combing the relevant achievements of China’s core literacy research, researchers can have a further insight into the research status of this field, which has important implications for the future development of China’s core literacy research, in this study, taking the 376 core literacy-related periodical papers of “Core Journals” and “CSSCI” in CNKI as the research object. BICOMB and SPSS software are used to knowledge map visualization and analyze the published date, published author unit, journal publication amount, high-frequency keyword confirmation, high-frequency keyword matrix analysis, and others of literature data. The results show China’s current core literacy research mainly around on the following four areas. One is research on strengthening morality education and student’s developing core literacy and its personnel training. Two is basic education curriculum teaching reform based on core literacy and its practical research. Three is research on discipline core accomplishment and classroom teaching and its cultivation path. Four is research on school-based curriculum and its development under the perspective of core accomplishment. Finally, on the basis of summarizing the conclusions of this study, the author puts forward the deficiencies of the research and suggestions for future core literacy research.

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Qiu, Y. , Lu, X. , Fu, T. and Du, D. (2019) Analysis of China’s Core Literacy Research Based on Keyword Clustering. Creative Education, 10, 1002-1022. doi: 10.4236/ce.2019.105076.

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