Incorporation of the Craftsmanship Spirit and Its Importance in SPOC-Based Vocational English Instruction

Jie Song


The SPOC model employs high-quality MOOC resources to improve the English literacy threshold in secondary vocational schools, limit the scope of instruction, and effectively address the inadequacies of standard MOOC education models. The meaning of the “craftsmanship spirit” corresponds to the educational requirements of the SPOC model. As a consequence, introducing craftsmanship spirit as part of the SPOC model into English instruction can reflect its educational value while also boosting teaching efficiency. The article briefly discusses the SPOC model’s connotation and the value of craftsmanship, then investigates strategies for personalizing students’ learning needs, customizing English classroom teaching discourse resources, promoting three-dimensional classroom teaching, and realizing data on the process and results of literacy assessment in order to provide practical suggestions for secondary English teachers who want to implement the SPOC model and penetrate craftsmanship.


SPOC Model; Vocational English; English Teaching; Craftsmanship Spirit

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/le.v10i2.2640


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