On the Innovation of College English Teaching Mode Based on Culture
DOI: 10.23977/curtm.2022.050810 | Downloads: 13 | Views: 404
Qiaoxia Wang 1
1 English College, Xi'an Fanyi University, Xi'an, 710000, Shaanxi, China
Corresponding AuthorQiaoxia Wang
With the growth of social economy and the sustained progress of scientific and technological levels, how to integrate cultural factors into students' daily learning is a topic worthy of research and discussion. This paper analyzes the innovation of College English teaching(CET) mode from the perspective of culture. Firstly, it introduces the current situation and characteristics of College English education. Secondly, it expounds the analysis of the construction of foreign language teachers in Colleges and universities(CAU) from the cultural perspective. Then it introduces the importance of cultural background on English learning and uses the questionnaire method to investigate the innovation of current CETM. Finally, the paper proposes to build a "people-oriented" foreign language talent training model in CAU, to better promote China's social and economic growth level and improve the country's comprehensive strength.
KEYWORDSCultural Perspective, College English, Teaching Mode, Innovative Exploration
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Qiaoxia Wang, On the Innovation of College English Teaching Mode Based on Culture. Curriculum and Teaching Methodology (2022) Vol. 5: 59-64. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/curtm.2022.050810.
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