Research on Innovating English Practical Teaching Approach to Enhance the Employability of College Students

Xianming WANG

Abstract


The connotation of college students’ employability is very rich, including both hard power of professional knowledge and occupation ability, and soft power of management, innovation, cooperation, learning and expression analysis etc. How to cultivate and enhance students’ employability through daily teaching process is always one of the key reforms in colleges and universities. Based on the English practical teaching reform, this paper explores and researches suggestive approach to improve the employability of college students.

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English practical teaching approach; Employability

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.hess.1927024020130402.3825

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