Excellent English Teachers’ Classroom Strategies: A Case Study of Three College English Teachers in China

Xuerong FAN


This paper reports a case study on excellent English teachers’ classroom strategies. The study focused on teachers’ classroom strategies in four aspects: interaction management, questioning, teacher’s feedback and error treatment. Three instruments were used: an observation checklist, a questionnaire and an interview guide. The findings showed that the excellent teachers use some classroom strategies to stimulate students to speak at class in order to create an interactive classroom.

Key words: Language teaching; Classroom interaction; Teacher strategy


Language teaching; Classroom interaction; Teacher strategy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.hess.1927024020120201.2115


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