Research and Practice of "Three-Dimension and Five-Style" Teaching Mode for Online College English Based on Dingtalk Platform
DOI: 10.23977/trance.2021.030406 | Downloads: 7 | Views: 849
Jin Li 1
1 Zhongyuan University of Technology, Zhengzhou, Henan, 450007, China
Corresponding AuthorJin Li
During the pandemic, College English classes changed from offline physical space to online virtual space, and teacher-student communication and interaction faced a series of new problems. The research purpose of this paper is to provide a relatively perfect solution for college English online teaching by constructing a new mixed teaching mode. This paper explores the research and practice of “three-dimension and five-style” teaching mode for online college English based on DingTalk platform. Students' knowledge (cognitive dimension), skill (learning ability dimension), quality (attitude and habits dimension) are analyzed before class in order to optimize the teaching content, reform the teaching method and the evaluation mechanism. Teaching practice integrates five modes of live-streaming classes, simulation demonstration, interaction, reflection, and information integration based on DingTalk platform to form a stable relationship between teachers and students, build a student-centered cloud classroom. DingTalk platform integrates the three functions of online video and audio, presentation and text-based discussion. Virtual classrooms are built and live-streaming teaching are conducted. Teachers use DingTalk to complete the simulation demonstration of four types of information: the blackboard writing and mind map transmitted to students; simulation demonstration of immersive English situations; Visualized Abstractcontents; Multi-dimensional interactive demonstration that cannot or is not easy to complete in offline teaching. Online interaction between teachers and students includes online Q & A, discussion, voice and video communication. A teacher-led and student-centered interactive discussion teaching mode is created based on the concept of situation-collaboration-conversation-meaning. Reflection consists of six stages: raising questions; Analyzing problems; collecting problem-solving information; Comprehensive analysis; Abstraction to theory; improving the ability and skills to solve problems independently through reflection. For information integration, teachers ask students questions, guide students to inquire and collect diversified information resources provided by the network, and help students to screen, analyze and reorganize the collected information in order to put forward solutions to problems based on students' own views.
KEYWORDSThree-dimension, Five-style, Teaching mode, Online college english
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Jin Li. Research and Practice of "Three-Dimension and Five-Style" Teaching Mode for Online College English Based on Dingtalk Platform. Transactions on Comparative Education (2021) Vol. 3: 31-36. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/trance.2021.030406
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