A Case Study of College English Curriculum Design Under the Social Needs Analysis

Aimin LIANG, Yan CHEN

Abstract


College English (CE), an integral part of higher learning, is a required basic course for undergraduate students in China. CE curriculum design is a vital part in CE Teaching. In College English Curriculum Requirements (2007), CE curriculum design is required to be fully individual-oriented, more social-orientated and needsbased. The case study described in this paper is conducted to practically investigate and analyze the social needs for CE so as to set up a proper CE teaching objective and to design a scientific and effective CE curriculum system.
Key words: CE curriculum design; Social needs analysis; Case study

Keywords


CE curriculum design; Social needs analysis; Case study



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.sll.1923156320110303.7z0128

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