Course Name: China Geography
Pre-requisite: Physical geography, Human geography, Economic geography
Lecture Time: 60
Instructors: Prof. Fengjun Jin, Prof. Jiaoe Wang
Course Description: including physical and economic geographic elements and patterns
China geography is an essential course for students majoring in geography. The course is designed to teach by lectures and discussions together, and students will:
3) Obtain basic skills of analyzing regional development characteristics and problems in China.
Students will be graded depending on following principles:
1) Students should be familiar with contents of physical and economic geographic patterns in China if they want to pass the exam.
2) If students know how to explain China’s economic pattern from the geographic background, they will be conferred as Good.
3) If students know how to identify and analyze issues in regional development with physical and economic geographic elements and concepts comprehensively, they will be awarded as Excellent.
Class attendance counts for 10% of the total scores, homework counts for 40%, and the final closed examination counts for the rest 50%.
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