The credit system of senior high school has come into effect in Hunan Province in the autumn of 2020

The minimum requirement for graduation credits of compulsory, selective compulsory and elective courses is 144 points; senior high school graduation certificate shall not be issued if the corresponding credits are not completed; the selection of courses and classes shall be promoted in an orderly manner, and the unified examination and routine examination of senior high school shall be reduced A few days ago, Hunan Provincial Department of education printed and issued it, which will be implemented since the autumn semester of 2020.

the program requires that, on the basis of compulsory education, ordinary high school curriculum should further improve students’ comprehensive quality, focus on developing students’ core literacy, and make students become new people with ideals, abilities and responsibilities.

in terms of curriculum, the schooling system of ordinary senior high schools is three years. Each school year has 52 weeks, including 40 weeks of teaching, 1 week of social practice and 11 weeks of vacation. There are 35 class hours per week, and each class hour is calculated as 45 minutes. 18 class hours for 1 credit.

on the premise that the total amount of subject teaching time remains unchanged, the school can adjust the classroom teaching time according to the actual needs of teaching, and carry out practical exploration of combining long and short class hours. Each academic year is divided into two semesters. Whether the courses are arranged in different periods in each semester is determined by the school itself according to the curriculum standards of various disciplines and the actual needs.

the general senior high school curriculum consists of compulsory, selective compulsory and elective courses. Among them, compulsory and selective compulsory courses are national courses, and elective courses are school-based courses. Compulsory courses are set by the state according to the needs of students’ all-round development, and all students must study them. Optional compulsory courses are set up by the state according to the needs of students’ personality development and entrance examination.

students who take part in the national unified examination for enrollment of ordinary colleges and universities must choose relevant subjects within the scope of this type of curriculum; other students must also choose some subjects to study in combination with the actual situation and interests of the University, so as to meet the requirements of graduation credits. Optional courses are developed and set by the school according to the diversified needs of students, the needs of local social, economic and cultural development, the suggestions of subject curriculum standards and the school’s school running characteristics, and students can choose to study independently.

among them, there are 8 credits for comprehensive practical activities, including research-based learning, party and League activities, military training, social investigation, etc., and 6 credits for research-based learning. There are 6 credits in total, including 2 credits of voluntary service, which is carried out in extra-curricular time, with no less than 40 hours in three years; the remaining 4 credits are coordinated with the optional compulsory content of general technology and school-based curriculum content. Optional courses can be arranged in different semesters, and schools with conditions are encouraged to arrange them from the first grade of senior high school.

students can obtain corresponding credits after completing the study of corresponding courses and passing the examination. The minimum requirement for graduation credits is 144 credits. Among them, 88 credits for compulsory courses, 42 credits for optional compulsory courses and 14 credits for elective courses.

in terms of curriculum implementation and evaluation, the program requires that schools should establish a course selection guidance system, provide course descriptions and course selection guides, arrange a class teacher or tutor to establish a relatively fixed contact with students, guide students to choose courses, help students form personalized course study programs, and guide parents to treat and help students choose courses correctly.

scientifically arrange the subjects to be taught in each academic year, especially to control the number of compulsory courses for senior one. Students should not be required to determine the subjects for examination before completing the required courses. Reasonable arrangement of teaching schedule, strict control of the total amount of weekly class hours. It is strictly forbidden to teach beyond the course standard, rush to catch up with the teaching progress and finish the course ahead of time. It is strictly forbidden to organize paid supplementary courses to effectively reduce the students’ heavy schoolwork burden. We should reduce the unified test and daily test of senior high school, strengthen the analysis of test data, conscientiously do a good job of feedback, and guide the improvement of teaching.

we should promote the selection of courses and classes in an orderly manner, adapt to the new curriculum reform of ordinary high schools and the comprehensive reform of college entrance examination. We should adjust measures to local conditions and orderly implement the course selection and class selection according to local conditions to meet the different development needs of students.

establish and improve the credit recognition and management system. The credits of students are determined by the school. The municipal and county-level education administrative departments should strengthen the guidance and management of school credit recognition. The school should work out specific methods for credit recognition according to relevant regulations.

credit recognition should comprehensively consider the actual class hours and learning performance of students, and meet the requirements of curriculum standards or relevant documents. Strict management of credit recognition, students who fail to complete the corresponding credits according to the course plan are not allowed to issue high school graduation certificates.