Empirical Reforms on New-CET4 Communicative Listening Teaching



As proved, communicative listening test and teaching are indivisible partners but are not subordinate to each other; only by effective interaction of each other and promoting their active strengths, will productive fruits come into reality in walks of language acquisition (Lei, 2012). Subsequent to the Empirical Reforms on New-CET4 Listening Test, This article also selects two representative classes of sophomores coming from Hubei University of Education as the sample to complete the empirical research on what necessary strategies should be employed in New-CET4 communicative listening teaching, in the methods of quantitative and qualitative comparative analysis with the help of the instrument SPSS (Statistics Planning of Social Science). The research findings prove that the student-centered communicative listening teaching mode of “view-listen-imitate-interpret-evaluate” based on the principle of teaching students in accordance with aptitude, is beneficial to build up students’ authentic communicative competence in different situations.

Key words: Empirical reforms; CET-4(College English Test Band 4); Communicative listening teaching


Empirical reforms; CET-4(College English Test Band 4); Communicative listening teaching

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


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