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Research and Practice of Flipped Classroom in Basic Japanese Course

Yi Liu


Flipped classroom is a student-centered teaching mode, which changes the former form of teacher-centered teaching in class. It is a reform from the bottom up, enabling students to play their subjective initiative in the learning process and improving students ' learning effect. This paper discusses the role of flipped classroom in the teaching reform of basic Japanese, aiming to provide some beneficial attempts to improve the teaching effect of basic Japanese.


Flipped Classroom; Teaching Mode; Exploration

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i1.1822