Study on the University Business English Training Affecting the Economic Development of the Sichuan Region

Qiuhong Wang


With the progress and development, the teaching staff of higher education in Sichuan has grown continuously, and
English education in colleges and universities has achieved rapid innovation and development. Many colleges and universities
attached great importance to the reform of business English education and teaching and constantly innovated business English
teaching models. The economic and social development of colleges and universities would be a significant trend in college education teaching and a result of the rapid economic development. These research objectives of internal personal factors and external
environment factors impacting the English learning intention and future Sichuan economic growth were set through the five-hypothesis analysis in this study. The influencing factors of study motivation, learner personality, personal development, teaching
strategies, and learning environment were developed to test students’ learning intention.


Business English Training; Economic Development; Sichuan Region

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v10i6.2822


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