A Study on the Training Model of the Bilingual Teachers in Local Universities and Colleges

Hui FANG, Manqi LI


Based on the demand of local universities and colleges to bilingual teachers, drawing experience from successful methods and patterns in bilingual teachers training, combining with the situation of local universities and colleges, we should correctly fix on training purposes, adopt various training methods, and effectively establish the encouraging and appraising mechanism, building effective training model of bilingual teachers for local universities and colleges, looking forward to training a batch of teachers adapting to bilingual teaching in local universities and colleges, providing personnel support and intelligent guarantee for boosting the development of local universities and colleges.


Bilingual teachers; Training model; Local universities and colleges

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Wu, P. (2007). A summary of bilingual teaching research in the past five year. Chinese University Teaching. (1), 37-45.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10668


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