The Application of Project-based Learning Mode in College Oral English Class



The constant strengthening of international exchanges has gradually increased the requirements for college students’ oral English ability, and colleges and universities have also carried out oral English courses accordingly. However, as far as the current situation of oral English teaching is concerned, the classroom performance is not satisfying, and it is predicted hardly to meet the needs of the society. Project-based Learning lays stress on the combination of teachers’ guidance and students’ learning, and places great emphasis on students’ independent learning and cooperative learning. This paper researches the construction of college oral English teaching based on Project-based Learning, and mainly focuses on the analysis of the problems existing in college oral English teaching, the necessity of applying Project-based Leaching in oral English teaching, and the issues that should be paid special attention to in the application process, with the expectation of providing a reasonable reference for the teaching of oral English in college.


Oral English; Project-based Learning

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