Teaching Methods on Writing English in Chinese College



As we know college English writing for the non-English majors is difficult to teach and it’s also hard to improve the study level of the students. The paper summarizes the achievements in teaching college English writing by the college English teachers in China and expounds the various teaching methods used in the classroom, including their advantages and disadvantages. The final aim of the paper is to discuss and work out a suitable teaching method for the Chinese students to improve their writing ability.
Keywords: college English writing, the teaching of writing, teaching method of writing
Résumé Actuellement, il est difficile d’enseigner la composition en anglais dans les universités et les étudiants ont du mal à améliorer leur niveau de composition. Vu cette situation, en synthétisant les fruits de recherche dans l’enseignement de composition des professeurs universitaires depuis ces dix dernières années, cet essai expose en détail les différentes méthodes d’enseignement de la composition en anglais dans les universités chinoises et analyse leurs avantages et inconvénients dans le but de trouver un modèle d’enseignement de la composition en anglais qui pourrait bel et bien élever le niveau de composition de nos étudiants et qui s’adapte à la situation nationale de notre pays.
Mots-clés : composition en anglais universitaire, enseignement de la composition, méthodologie de la composition
摘 要 針對中國大學生英語寫作難教、大學生寫作水準難提高的現狀,本文綜合整理中國近十年來高校教師的寫作教學研究成果,詳細闡述了在中國大學英語課堂所採用的各種不同的寫作教學法,分析了他們的長處和不足之處,旨在探討真正能夠提高我國大學生的寫作水準、適合中國國情的大學英語寫作教學模式。

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020060202.012


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