How can Chinese English teachers meet the challenge of creating a learner-centered, communicative, intercultural classroom to achieve optimal student learning outcomes?

Ying SONG

Abstract


Effective reforms on English education in China are necessary and essential. Concepts of western English education, such as learner-centered, communicative, or intercultural bring both enlightenment and confusion to Chinese English teachers. However, the adoption of these concepts must be done based on Chinese its own English teaching and learning context.
Key words: learner-centered; communicative language teaching; intercultural; task based

Résumé: Des réformes efficaces de l'enseignement de l'anglais en Chine sont nécessaires et essentiels. Des concepts de l'enseignement de l’anglais cccidentaux, par exemple un enseignement centré sur l'apprenant, communicatif, ou interculturel, rendent les professeurs chinois d’anglais à la fois éclairé et confus. Toutefois, l'adoption de ces concepts doivraient être réalisée en fonction du contexte propre de l’enseignement et de l’apprentissage en Chine.
Mots-clés: centré sur l’apprenant; enseignement de langue communicatif; interculturel, basée sur le travail

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720090506.009

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