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Reading Teaching of College English Vocabulary from the Perspective of Etymology

Jiayuan Liu


In College English teaching, vocabulary teaching is a very important content. Under the influence of the traditional teaching mode of thinking, many students generally believe that vocabulary learning only depends on recitation, clear pronunciation and spelling, pay too much attention to the amount of vocabulary, and ignore the systematic learning and understanding. Based on this, teachers should carry out English vocabulary teaching efficiently from the perspective of English Etymology teaching. This paper analyzes and discusses this content for reference.


Etymological Perspective; College English; Vocabulary Teaching; Tead

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i4.3542