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Exploration of Eff ective Strategies in Bilingual Classroom for International Trade Majors

Xiuwei Yang, Xiangxia Liu, Huan Zhang


Economic globalization has become an inevitable trend of economic development, and the demand for talents in international trade is also increasing. As the main position for training international trade majors, the teaching system and teaching quality of colleges and universities are directly related to students’ professional growth and the output of professional talents. In the traditional teaching mode, the teaching work of international trade majors is mainly in Chinese, some students are unable to master two or more languages, which will have certain restrictions on students’ future career development and is not conducive to the improvement of professional teaching quality. Therefore, international trade majors need to build bilingual teaching courses.This paper focuses on analyzing the existing problems of bilingual teaching in international trade majors and puts forward eff ective classroom teaching strategies, hoping to provide some references for teaching work.


International trade; Bilingual class; Teaching strategy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v6i21.6715