The Application of Situational Experiential Teaching in English Reading Teaching in Senior Middle School

Huimin WEI, Zhiliang LIU


The National English Curriculum Standards for General Senior Middle School (2017 ed., 2020 rev.) promotes the establishment of an environment for students to experience English teaching, letting students enter the English world and improve their core literacy to meet teaching expectations. This paper analyzes the connotation of situational experiential teaching mode, then combines teaching examples, thus first creating multi-modal situation, enhancing real sense of students’ experience; secondly basing on the situation task, training students’ problem-solving ability; and thirdly applying situational role and cultivating students’ ability of transfer and innovation, which explores the application of situational experiential teaching method in English reading teaching in senior middle schools from the three aspects.



Situational experience; Reading teaching; Senior middle school English

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