Introduction Principle of Local Culture in College English Teaching: Situation of English Teaching Under the Pattern of Globalization

Zhengzheng DAI


With the development and strengthening of globalization, China has obtained the advantage position in the world by the rapid development of social economy and culture and the increasing comprehensive national power. As a result, English teaching in colleges and universities is facing the great opportunities and challenges. In the environment of collision and fusion of global culture, guiding and enabling students to spread Chinese culture by a wider and deeper way is an important responsibility for college English education to shoulder. However, the reality shows that there is a deviation or a degree of “aphasia” phenomenon when the college students in our country express the culture of their mother tongue in English. Therefore, in the process of college English teaching it is a need to attach importance to import native culture, which is an important research topic for all the teachers and researchers to finish.


English teaching; Globalization; Local culture; Principles of importing

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