On Connotative Development of Foreign Language Teaching in Chinese Universities

Jian LI, Kunming YAO

Abstract


This thesis studies connotative development of foreign language teaching in universities in China, and commits further analysis of the implication of the university education connotative development, illustrates three stages of evolution of the university education connotative development; it states that university education connotative development advocates the principle of self development. It also analyses current situation of foreign languages teaching in colleges and universities, China has a good foundation for the construction of a global country, to realize its internationalization and modernization connotative development of foreign language teaching in universities in China becomes more important than before. The demand conditions of foreign language talents in China makes the students should understand the western advanced civilization achievements, broaden their horizon, extend knowledge, set up the international consciousness through learning English, so as to promote international communication; the reform of the original mode and the building of a new English professional talent training mode is what society call for. Furthermore, it constructs connotative development mode of foreign language teaching in universities, university education values in training talents that adapt to the new era of social development, and then promote the development of social productive forces. The thesis sums up that the research results and then puts forward the essence of connotative development of universities in China.

Keywords


Teaching; foreign language; connotative development; talents; university education; implication; teaching reform; construction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.hess.1927024020140602.4413

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