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The Current Situation of Deep Learning to English Reading Teaching in Senior High School

Wenjing Li

Abstract


Deep learning advocates a deep understanding of knowledge, grasps the knowledge’s inherent meaning; and transfers it to solve practical problems in real situations based on students’ construction actively. While there are some problems in English reading teaching in senior high school, such as fragmentation of discourse information and superficiality of teaching design.

Keywords


Deep Learning; English Reading; English Reading Teaching

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v6i4.4364

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