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The Quality of Ethnic Groups Child Game in Yunnan Province of China

Qin Gao and Yu-Cheng (Roscoe) Shen
Teacher Education College, Qujing Normal University, Qujing City, China

Abstract—The role of play can be viewed as a set of complex multidimensional skills develop long time in human life. Yunnan is multiple ethnic and multiple cultural areas in China. Researching on Yunnan traditional ethnic groups game play curriculum development is not only the inevitable choice of Yunnan ethnic group education, but also the realistic need for inheriting ethnic group culture and developing generation for crossing cultural communication. Game Play is a critical media in diversity education to solve the contradiction between the cultural diversity and the state integration of multiple ethnic countries and regions, especially in Yunnan Province. More than 46 million people living in the province of Yunnan, over 12 million belong to one branch or another of the more than 25 different ethnic minorities inhabiting the province, among them the Yi, Bai, Hani, Miao, Lisu, Wa, Naxi, Bulang, Yao, and Tibetans. This diverse cultural mosaic, coupled with magnificent sceneries. This study examined the quality of Yunnan ethnic group game in preschool curriculum.
Index Terms—ethnic group, game play, preschool education

Cite: Qin Gao and Yu-Cheng (Roscoe) Shen, "The Quality of Ethnic Groups Child Game in Yunnan Province of China," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 324-327, December 2017. doi: 10.18178/ijlt.3.4.324-327