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Analysis of English Teaching Methods in Higher Vocational Based on Oral English Skills Competition

Ruiying Pan


The main guiding principle of the oral English skills competition is practicality and application, that is, the main purpose of the contest is to give priority to practicality. At the same time, English needs to provide its application scope and frequency. The main purpose of the competition is to train the ability of oral English expression and use of communication in workplace for vocational college students. In the views of vocational college students, taking part in the competition has the role of promoting learning. Under the background of the oral English skills competition, the requirements for the quality of English teaching in higher vocational colleges are naturally improved. In the whole process of higher vocational education, students' oral ability also has a profound impact on their learning and employment. Higher vocational education is an indispensable part of China's higher education system, which undertakes the mission of cultivating practical talents. It has become an important embodiment of the education reform of major vocational colleges to select excellent talents by holding skills competitions, and it is also the way to accelerate the construction of specialties. In this paper, the oral English skills competition for higher vocational English teaching methods are analyzed and discussed, the existing problems at this stage are considered, and effective teaching methods reform suggestions are put forward.


Oral English Skills Competition; Vocational College; English Teaching; Method Analysis

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i1.3111