其次則針對其他地方劇種，介紹臺灣南管戲、北管戲、布袋戲、京劇、豫劇、崑劇、越劇等個別劇種的發展概況，從中體會欣賞臺灣地方戲曲的入門之道，並對本課程所學習的內容，可以作出回顧、統整、與映證。First, introduce various different types of operas such as Taiwanese operas, Beijing operas, and puppet shows, and change the impressions of young people of the e generation on traditional operas.
Second, introduce a variety of traditional folk performances, to evoke the distant memories of traditional opera in the e-generation of young people.
Third, encourage students to enter the theater, watch art and cultural activities, pay a report on the outside of the school to see the drama, and enhance the participation of young people of the e generation in traditional opera.
4. Invite the troupe or entertainer to give a speech at the school, so that the drama workers have the opportunity to directly contact the e-generation young people. This course begins with the overall concept of "Taiwanese local opera" as the focus, and introduces the development track of Taiwanese opera since its inception. Secondly, with the drama as the unit, first introduce the only representative drama that is native and indigenous. Taiwanese opera. Longitudinal introduction of its 100-year history, and the different forms of performance such as the floor sweeping, the Taiwanese opera, and the modern theater.
Secondly, it introduces the development of individual dramas such as Taiwan’s Southern Opera, Northern Opera, Budai, Peking Opera, Henan Opera, Kunqu Opera and Yue Opera, and appreciates the introduction of Taiwan’s local operas. The content of the study can be reviewed, integrated, and reflected.
"The Beauty of Traditional Taiwanese Opera", by Zeng Yongyi, You Zongrong, Lin Mingde, Taipei: Morning Star Press, 2003
"Taiwanese Traditional Opera", edited by Chen Fang, Taipei: Student Bookstore, 2004
"Taiwan Drama History (Additional Edition)", Lin Heyi, Taipei: National Taiwan University Publishing Center, 2015
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