Study on the Application of Fusion of Horizons in English Teaching

Peixin Gao

Abstract


Based on the core essence of fusion of horizons, this paper analyzes the internal relations between fusion of horizons theory and English teaching effectiveness and discuses the value of the fusion of horizons theory in English teaching as a second language in depth via an empirical study on English teaching in Flight Academy of Binzhou University. For English teaching, this study not only provides theoretical teaching skills and methods, but also points out how to construct students’ knowledge frame in teaching. It is hoped that this empirical study can throw a new light to English teaching method and can moreover bring a revolutionary change for English teaching in China. 


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Fusion of horizons; English teaching; Effectiveness; China

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

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