From the viewpoint of Korea`s school Chinese grammar and Chinese education, the standard and method of classifying parts of speech have considered `The Rules to the Standards of Classifying Chinese Parts of Speech` of China`s Yu Sook Sang. I think the classification of Chinese parts of speech in Korea should be unified on the basis of semantic function, and should consider classification by the grammatical function of a word. Also it can not completely exclude the syntactical function which is the structural relation between words. The following is an outline of the details discussed about `The Subject of Classifying Parts of Speech of School Chinese Grammar and its Contents`. 1. The classification of parts of speech of school Chinese grammar in Korea should be based on the semantic function and grammatical function of a word. 2. In classification of parts of speech, ten parts seems appropriate, and the terns are as following. (1) noun (2) pronoun (3) numeral (4) verb (5) adjective (6) adverb (7) preposition (8) conjunction (9) particle (10) exclamation 3. the content field of each part of speech (1) noun----complete noun: proper noun, common noun, material noun, collective noun, abstract noun----incomplete noun (2) pronoun----personal pronoun: first person, second person, third person ----material pronoun: term of close objects, term of far objects ----interrogative pronoun: person, object ----irregular pronoun (3) numeral----cardinal numeral ----ordinal numeral ----numeral: unit numeral(unit of object), movement numeral(number or movements) (4) verb----intransitive verb(inner verb), transitive verb(outer verb), auxiliary verb, equal verb (5) adjective----general adjective, special adjective, interrogative adjective (6) adverb----character adverb, range adverb, degree adverb, time adverb, joint adverb, ironical adverb, interrogative adverb (7) preposition----time preposition, place preposition, causal preposition, method preposition, possessive preposition (8) conjunction----parallel conjunction, connecting conjunction, optional conjunction, contrary conjunction, concessive conjunction, causality conjunction, hypothesis conjunction (9) particle----head-particle, mid-particle, tail-particle (10) exclamation----delightful exclamation 4. the terms that appear in parts of speech (1) pronoun: In Chinese, a pronoun strands for not only nouns, but also verbs, adjectives, adverbs, phrases and clauses. (2) auxiliary verb: An auxiliary verb is one kind of the verb, and this particular term is used because it is familiar in Chinese education. (3) preposition: As this term does not exist in Korean grammar, we decided to use the term that the Chinese grammar scholars use for it seemed more appropriate than other terms such as `postposition`. (4) particle: Because of the fear of confusing a particle with the concept of a `postposition` of Korean grammar, and because they mostly have a meaning, we decided to use this term. In this writing, we observed the establishment of the standards of Chinese parts of speech, the content field of each part of speech, and appropriate terms. In the future we will study about the terms that come from the `syntactic structure` and the problems that occur from them Also we will find out about the method of classifying the `form of a sentence`, the concept of the terms and the content field. Thus, I would like to present normative and systematic terms of classifying parts of speech of Chinese grammar and its content field in the education of school Chinese grammar.