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Analog circuit course is a compulsory professional basic course for engineering majors such as automation and electronic information engineering. Since traditional teaching methods cannot enable students to effectively master the knowledge of analog circuits, this article proposes a teaching method of analog circuits based on the analysis of classic application circuits, including the idea of selecting classic application circuits, "seeing pictures, impression enhancement method of “reading, drawing and memorizing circuit diagram" and hands-on implementation of classic circuits. Through the practice of teaching reform for one semester, the results show that the teaching method enhances students' enthusiasm for learning, enables students to integrate theoretical knowledge, deeply understand application circuits, and then carry out practical applications or innovate on this basis.
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