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Research on English Teaching in Higher Vocational Education with Perspective of Content and Language Integrated Learning

Xuelian Yao

Abstract


This paper theoretically compares other known teaching models, introduces the CLIL ( content and language education learning) teaching concept based on the language teaching method, cognitive psychology and learning theory to illustrate the feasibility of the teaching concept in China, and puts the multi-dimensional CLIL teaching concept into the reform. This paper takes the connection between basic English and professional English as the starting point to apply CLIL theory to constructing English teaching in higher vocational colleges, thus establish a teaching mode that meets the national conditions of Chinese country, and provide theoretical and practical guidance for the scientific training of comprehensive higher vocational talents from the perspective of English teaching.

Keywords


Content and Langue Integrated Learning; Higher Vocational College English; Teaching Research

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i5.3664

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