The Selection Criteria of Advance Organizers in Junior High School English Class

Yuanhua CHEN, Xiaoyu WANG

Abstract


Advance organizers are now extensively used in English teaching, but many teachers just apply them mechanically without considering the current factors of class. This paper briefly reviews usefully research concerning the selection of advance organizers in English class, and uses Humanism to explain the effects of advance organizers in English teaching, then figure out the basic needs of English class in junior high school. At last, it confirms the selection criteria of advance organizers in junior high school English class.


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Advance organizer; Junior high school; English teaching

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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