The Effects of Intelligence Participation and Implication on English Teaching

Li XU

Abstract


English teachers are confronted with different problems on teaching. It is a kind of effective ways to use the knowledge of intelligence participation and implication to improve English teaching and learning. Teachers can provide guarantee for the intelligence participation of students and the degree of students’ intelligence participation affects English teaching. In addition, correct analysis of implication contributes to English learning abilities.


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Intelligence participation; Implication; Analysis; English teaching

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