A Glimpse of New Mode for English Listening & Speaking Teaching for College Art Students



With the increasing integration of economies and cultures in recent years, different countries have enhanced exchanges and cooperation. English, as language extensively used for international exchanges, is playing a prominent role with each passing day. All colleges attach much importance to English learning of their students, especially for art students. If they hope to be able to go to the world stage in their future development, art students have to master English skillfully. So art colleges are required adopt new English listening and speaking teaching mode during teaching. They should try hard to train the students’ abilities in English listening and speaking so as to lay a good foundation for their future art career. This article mainly analyzes the current situation of English listening and speaking teaching for college art students and the reasons for employing the new mode for English listening and speaking teaching. In addition, it mentions the differences between the new model and the traditional teaching. The article also offers the methods in order that both teachers and students are appropriate to the new mode. 


Art colleges; College art students; English listening and speaking teaching; New model

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