College English Learning Strategies Based on Communicative Teaching Platform

Yuyi QIU


With the comprehensive reform of college English teaching method and strategy, communicative teaching platform, a complement to the autonomous learning, plays a significant role in the whole teaching process. Based on internet, the new teaching method aims at strengthening the interaction, which not only helps to solve the problem of lacking class hours as well as teachers in universities, but also arouses students’ interest and broadens their horizon effectively. Accordingly, in this teaching patterns, students have to change their traditional ways of study into more updated learning strategies with the guidance of the teachers, so that the benefits of communicative teaching platform can be maximized and the learning effect can be improved comprehensively.


communicative teaching platform; college English learning strategies; online autonomous learning

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