Main Problems in College Students’ Oral English Learning and the Corresponding Teaching Strategies

Xin WANG, Liying LI

Abstract


For a long time, college English learners attach more attention to the input of language knowledge while ignoring the output aspect in language practice, leading to the dissatisfactory phenomena—“dumb English”. This paper aims at the main problems in college students’ oral English learning and points out several prominent problems such as the internalized factors in language knowledge; meanwhile, it presents some effective strategies in English teaching such as the combination of “modeling and imitating” strategy, presenting strategy, situation creating strategy with detailed examples.

Keywords


Internalized factors; Teaching strategies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.hess.1927024020130502.2786

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