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Effective Communication between College Teacher and Students in English Extensive Reading Classes

Cailian Wei


Effective communication is an important guarantee for the effectiveness of classroom teaching, and this is also true for the teaching of college English extensive reading courses. Effective communication depends on changing the roles of teachers and students in the teaching process at the right time - listener or speaker. Quite a lot of teachers are used to "speaking" knowledge or even skills to students in reading class, which not only kills the opportunity of communication between teachers and students, but also leads to the unsatisfactory result in classroom atmosphere and teaching effect. In fact, as long as the students are given confidence and patience, and the roles of teachers and students can be changed at any time according to the teaching content, effective communication can be achieved.


English Extensive Reading; Teaching; Communication

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i10.2924