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Influencing Factors and Improvement Strategies for Rural Teachers’ Subjective Well-being: A Contemporary Analysis

Teacher well-being is not only an endogenous source of motivation to promote teachers’ professional development, but also an important goal to be pursued by teachers, and a major factor determining the quality of rural education. Based on the existing literature, this paper distils the influencing factors of rural teachers’ subjective well-being and explores the interaction mechanism among them, from strengthening the balancing role of the government, playing the supporting role of the society, enhancing the strengthening role of the school, and calling for the strengthening role of the school. We propose rationalized suggestions in terms of strengthening the balancing role of the government, bringing into play the supporting role of society, enhancing the strengthening role of schools, and awakening the dynamic role of rural teachers themselves.

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To Adapt or to Lead: The Relationship between Higher Education and Society Revisited

Higher education should not only adapt to the development of society, but also lead to the development of society. This paper argues that higher education leading the development of society is conducive to promoting the realization of the dream of a strong higher education country, the construction of the integration of industry-university-research, the return of high-end talents and the construction of universalized higher education with Chinese characteristics.

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Lady Macbeth’s Desire and Body

One of the greatest tragedies in the universe, Macbeth exploring the desire, usurpation, fear, and death of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, is Shakespeare’s most compelling study of the nature of evil. In a sense, it is a narrative of desire, both of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, and their desire is dynamic to push the plot forward and to destroy their humanity and integrity. Significantly, Lady Macbeth, who has undergone a fundamental process of physical transformation and mental madness, has a key role to play in the completion of this tragedy. Lady Macbeth presents her narrative of a woman, a wife, a queen, a potential mother, and both a powerful and a fragile female through her marked, and narrative body, which is involved in varied kinds of events and practices, becoming one of the central figures of Macbeth.

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Teaching Design of English Picture Book for Primary Schools Based on Performance Culture Teaching Method-Taking the Story Time in Unit 1 of the Third Grade of the PEP Version as an Example

The performance culture teaching method was first proposed by the American Sinologist Wu Weike. It is a teaching method to learn a second language through the comprehension and practice of the target language. It focuses on culture and practice. The learner presents the story in a rehearsal manner in the context of the target language culture. Picture book teaching is a popular teaching method for primary school English teachers at this stage. Its novel feature of moving from outside class to classroom makes it an indispensable teaching method in primary school English teaching. This article takes the PEP version of the third grade English textbook as an example for teaching design and integrates the performance culture teaching method with the picture book teaching in the primary school English classroom teaching. The focus of research in teaching design is teaching implementation, that is, the application of performance methods in primary school English classrooms. This teaching design combines picture book teaching and performance culture teaching methods to promote primary school English teaching.

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