Spoken English and New Teaching and Learning Approaches Used in Spoken English Class in China
With people’s frequent communicative activities occurred among different countries, how some new teaching approaches are employed in Spoken English teaching and learning becomes a heated problem. The traditional methods of teaching Spoken English confines learners to following some patterns to speak based on an oral textbook, which hinders learners’ improving their abilities to speak English. This article aims to solve this problem and also offer some new recognitions of this problem as well as some new approaches of teaching Spoken English in class to make an exploration a new way of improving habits of Spoken English teaching and learning.
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