关于”传统文化的流逝京剧“的英语作文范文2篇，作文题目：The passing of traditional culture Beijing Opera。以下是关于传统文化的流逝京剧的六级英语范文，每篇作文均为满分范文带翻译。
高分英语作文1：The passing of traditional culture Beijing Opera
From the cartoon above, we can see that there are two people watching Beijing opera. The actors are performing incisively and vividly on the stage, but the old man is watching it attentively. The little boy sitting next to him doesn't even look at it and is drowsy.
Obviously, he has no interest in Beijing opera. This cartoon reflects a kind of interesting and ordinary daily life. However, from a deeper point of view, it also reveals what contribution traditional culture has gradually disappeared in modern society.
The reasons for this phenomenon are as follows: on the one hand, many people, especially young people, think that Chinese traditional culture is outdated and of little use in modern society, and it is difficult for ancient traditional culture to adapt to and keep up with the rapid changes of the new world Foreign culture also poses a great challenge to Chinese traditional culture to a certain extent. We can see that a large number of people are attracted by foreign culture, which has diversity, novelty and richness. However, in our daily life, fans of foreign TV programs, electronic products and even lifestyle are everywhere.
No one can deny the Chinese tradition The importance of culture is the crystallization of the wisdom and civilization of the Chinese nation. Individuals and nations who do not respect the essence of traditional culture can not grow and expand. What can we do and what we should do to reverse the irresistible decline of China's traditional culture?.
Technology and traditional culture we all know that the speed of scientific and technological progress in today's society is unprecedented. Some people think that with the development of technology, traditional culture will disappear, but I personally don't think so. In a sense, technology is harmful to traditional culture, but it can also protect traditional culture from dying out.
In other words, technological progress is a double-edged sword First of all, we need to preach. The harm of technology to traditional culture is a little small. Because of the emergence of new technology, some forms of art have disappeared for many years, and some cultural heritage has been threatened.
Take jade carving as an example, due to the popularization of new technology, the craft has been disrupted, and art works are made by machine rather than by hand. Therefore, art has lost its most important taste art Most of the artistic works are the products of factories. Secondly, new technologies help the spread of traditional culture more widely.
For example, many exhibits of the palace museum can be seen on the Internet. Visitors don't have to go to the museum. They can enjoy the heritage by staying at home.
It is technology that makes all this possible. To give another example, Peking Opera is the quintessence of Chinese culture. The plays of old artists are preserved with the help of science and technology.
We will feel that these great artists are not far away from us. We can still learn from their wonderful performances. Now we have read a lot of good books.
It is the most important carrier of our traditional culture All the publishers and publishers, we can read so many books, they pass on our culture through printing technology. To sum up, we should recognize the shortcomings of this technology. On the one hand, technology can help to protect and spread traditional culture, on the other hand, traditional culture can promote the development of technology.
Recently, if Beijing Opera is listed as a compulsory course, the Ministry of education has launched a new reform to make Beijing Opera a compulsory course in primary and secondary schools. This reform has caused great controversy in the society. Many people who are in favor of Beijing Opera believe that it helps to carry forward traditional Chinese culture, but more people are against it because they think it is not feasible.
On this issue, my view is that Beijing Opera should be taught in the classroom, not a compulsory course, but an elective course. On the one hand, teaching Peking Opera in schools can popularize traditional art and make more people understand and love Peking Opera To a certain extent, setting up a new compulsory course will increase students' already heavy academic burden. Therefore, taking Beijing opera as an elective course, students can have more freedom to decide whether to take it or not.
To carry forward and develop traditional culture can not only rely on revitalizing Beijing opera, but also on improving the cultural awareness of the whole nation. It is feasible to make great adjustments.