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Study on the Shunt Teaching Mode of College English in Colleges and Universities

Bing Bai

Abstract


There are different teachers in China, which leads to great differences in the English ability of new college students. Therefore, the implementation of English teaching mode in colleges and universities has been widely recognized and accepted in China. Through the shunt teaching, colleges and universities in China will be more suitable for the learning rules and development needs of English, which is the necessary guarantee for individualized teaching. In practice, there are also many problems in English diversion teaching, which requires us to guide the freshmen to arrange their learning psychology. Through teaching diversion, colleges and universities can start students' emotional motivation, which will be more conducive to CET-4. Through the teaching diversion, this paper analyzes how to guarantee the training mode of the students who have not passed the CET-4. Then, this paper puts forward some suggestions, which can better stimulate students' interest in learning.


Keywords


College English; Shunt Teaching Mode; CET-4

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/le.v9i3.828

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