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A Study on the Information-based Teaching Model of College English Pronunciation Course -- SPEL Pronunciation Correction Method

Zi LI, Shan LAN


In response to the disparity in English pronunciation profi ciency observed among fi rst-year English majors, and drawing
upon the technological advancements of the information age, a novel teaching model has been formulated for English phonetics courses.
This model is designed with the intent of addressing the limitations inherent in traditional phonetics teaching and emancipating instruction
from the confines of the conventional classroom setting. Its primary objective is to facilitate a transition from passive to autonomous
learning. Furthermore, it endeavors to reorient the pedagogical approach from one characterized by mechanical rote-learning to a more
dynamic and interactive educational experience, incorporating elements of self-refl ection alongside external evaluative measures.


English pronunciation, information technology, SPEL pronunciation correction method

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/modern-management-forum.v8i5.12977