Lai Maode is the principal of undergraduate course of political thinking
Lai Maode is the principal of undergraduate course of political thinking
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In the afternoon of December 6th, Professor Lai Maode went into the class 2017 freshmen class. He took a class of Ideological and political theory entitled "four overall strategic layout" for the 10-13 class of grade 2017 pharmacy. Wang Runian, vice director of the Department of Social Sciences, deputy director Cai Fuqiang and some teachers of Ideological and political classes listened to the lectures by the principal.
The nineteen report related content into the classroom, and combining the actual situation of national development, higher education, medicine and strategic layout planning of students, explaining the "comprehensive well-off society, deepening reform, comprehensive and comprehensive from the strict rule of law party" essence, internal logic and far-reaching significance.
In the course of lectures, principals and students to interact, the first national development strategy and the well-off society, to the students to ask questions, the formation and connotation of context and guide students to a well-off society; secondly from the national situation analyzes why to deepen the reform, and combined with the development of higher education, analyzes the necessity of reform then combined with the specific case analysis; strengthen the importance of the rule of law; finally, the necessity and significance of strictly analysis from a strategic height.
In class, the students listen carefully to the principal to encourage the students to think actively and answer the questions actively. The president has repeatedly stressed that ideological and political courses should enter students' minds, encourage students to study hard, and use their own actions to build a prosperous, strong, democratic, civilized, harmonious and beautiful socialist modern power.
Before class and during recess, principals communicated with teachers and students to understand students' learning and living conditions.