Teacher-Student Relationship and Quality Education in College and University English Teaching
The relationship between teachers and students is the most important factor in English teaching process. Such relationship has been changing according to certain theories such as the second language acquisition theory, the social constructive theory, etc. In China, quality education, which means the process in which people’s characters and self-cultivations are molded and high-quality talents are developed through the means of education, has been proposed for tens of years, yet it hasn’t been effectively carried out in college and university English teaching course. One of the reasons is that the traditional teacher-student relationship has hindered its development. Therefore changing such traditional relationship becomes a must if we want to meet the requirements of quality education. This paper discusses the conversion of such kind of relationship in English teaching course and explores the quality education towards the students in colleges and universities.
Key words: Teacher-student relationship; Quality education; English teaching
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