Research on the Construction of College English Mixed Teaching Model from the Perspective of “Golden Course”

Zemei LIU


In 2018, the Ministry of Education formally put forward the concept of “Golden Course” in the form of a document, indicating that China’s higher education evaluation concept has realized a fundamental change, from one-sided pursuit of quantity to focus on quality improvement. Up to now, the construction of first-class courses in higher education in our country has made remarkable achievements, but some courses still fail to reach first-class standards. With the concept of “Golden Course” as the center, this paper analyzes the construction of blended college English teaching mode from the three levels of government, school and teacher, hoping to provide reference for the theoretical system of first-class curriculum construction, and contribute to the improvement of high-level talent training system and the cultivation of outstanding talents to meet the needs of the new era.


College English; Mixed teaching model; Golden course; Higher education; Quality improvement

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