The Research on Blended Learning of ESL Based on Moodle Platform

Jingwei TANG


The thesis puts forward a blending way of learning ESL based on platform. Blended learning integrates the ESL courses with the educational technologies and combines the advantages of regular class learning and online learning. The author designs a mode of ESL learning on Moodle platform and suggests some activities of ESL blended learning.


Blended learning; ESL learner; Moodle Platform


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