Research on the Teaching Strategies of College English Writing Under the Guidance of Schema Theory

Jingyi SUN

Abstract


In language activities, English writing is a very important skill of language output; in college English learning, students’ improvement in writing is important for English teaching. To apply schema to writ teaching, the teacher ought to first help students to activate the language, content, formal schemas stored in their mind, and then to elevate their writing skills by setting up new schemas.

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Writing; Teaching; Schema theory

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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