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The Mixed Mode Teaching Reform on the Graduate Course of Modern Western Literary Theory and Criticism

Ge Hu

Abstract


This paper summarizes the teaching reform experience of the graduate course “Modern Western Literary Theory and Criticism” under the mixed mode of online and offline teaching. Relying on the online teaching platform RainClassroom, the course adopts the mixed online and offline teaching mode, extends the classroom teaching time through the micro-class and the network platform, enriches the teaching resources, and expands the teaching content. Mixed mode teaching strengthens students independent learning and research-oriented teaching, and helps students collaborate in research projects, so as to create an open-access and research-oriented teaching environment centering on students, which is conducive to giving full play to students’ initiative and creativity, cultivating and improving students’ research ability.

Keywords


Online and Offline; Mixed Mode; Western Literary Theory Teaching

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References


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v6i4.4380

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