University Chemistry ›› 2017, Vol. 32 ›› Issue (8): 20-24.doi: 10.3866/PKU.DXHX201703011

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Application of Question-and Project-Leaded Teaching Methods in Organic Chemistry Teaching

Min-Yan Zheng*()   

  • Published:2017-08-15
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The teaching method includes question-leaded and project-leaded teaching. Question-leaded teaching can be used for teaching basic knowledge, while project-leaded teaching method is mainly used for students who have mastered the basic knowledge. In the project-leaded teaching, the teacher puts forward some small projects for students to find solutions. The teaching effect will be improved and the students' interests will be increased by combining these two methods. By using the two teaching methods, students' interests in learning organic chemistry can be stimulated and students can also link the theory of organic chemistry with practice closely, so that the teaching effects can be improved and the students' innovation ability can also be inspired.

Key words: Question-leaded method, Project-leaded method, Organic chemistry teaching