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Reflections on Online College English Teaching Based on the Novel Coronavirus Epidemic Environment

Dandan Zhang


The rapid advancement of modern education technology, coupled with the outbreak and spread of the novel coronavirus epidemic in early 2020, has undoubtedly accelerated the advancement of online teaching. This not only brings an impact to offline teaching, but also brings challenges to teachers. As teachers, we must constantly learn and think about how to adapt to classroom teaching in different environments. This article analyzes the choice of online teaching tools and platforms in the context of the novel coronavirus epidemic, and combines its own teaching practice with teaching materials, courseware design, screen recording skills, classroom effect feedback to make reflections, in order to inspire teachers to research and discuss the future online English classroom teaching from a new perspective.


The Novel Coronavirus Epidemic; College English; Online Teaching; Teaching Thinking

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i4.3568