An Empirical Study on the Blended Teaching Mode of College English Writing Based on IWrite

Qing XU


IWrite automatic writing evaluation system provides a new feedback method for writing teaching. By analyzing the current situation of college English writing practice and the application of iWrite, this paper explores the real effect of iWrite system in the teaching of college English writing. It aims to construct a blended teaching mode of college English writing that combines the automatic evaluation system of writing and teacher feedback, so as to substantially improve college students’ English writing ability.


iWrite; college English writing; blended teaching mode

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