An Analysis of the Strategies to Relieve the Anxiety of College Students in Learning English

Li XU

Abstract


Classroom teaching is not an easy job. In this process, students sometimes are nervous and anxious. Therefore, it is necessary to make some strategies to relieve the anxiety of college students in learning English. The thesis tries to analyze the ways to relieve the anxiety through multimedia, control the order of the class and cooperative learning so as to improve the efficiency of teaching and learning.


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Anxiety; Classroom teaching; Learning English; Environment

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