Application of Communicative Teaching Platform in the Model of Flipped Classroom

Yuyi QIU


In order to arouse the interest of students, improve their capability of practice, and enhance their comprehensive ability, college English teaching has been exploring the effective teaching methods in recent years. The model of Flipped Classroom, which is popular in educational field, breaks the traditional teaching mode by emphasizing the students’ subjective initiative as well as autonomous learning, and degrading the effect of “class”. In this new teaching pattern, communicative teaching platform is built and applied in college English teaching, which can not only reflect the features and advantages of Flipped Classroom but also exhibit the development of teaching method with the support of new technology.


Flipped classroom; Communicative teaching platform; College English teaching

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