This investigation studies the social pragmatic transfer and linguistic pragmatic transfer in English learning of 108 Chinese subjects and the data come in DCT form. The aim of this study is to improve the teaching material and methods for in English education.
This paper expounds the concept of creation and creation education, and also puts forward the way of English - teaching creation-creation in teaching material, teach-ing method, teaching evaluation and even in teachers' quality.
This article objectively analyses the present situation of College English teaching in recent years It also probes into the views of how to change ideas,create new quality evaluation system and ponders into the ideas of how to improve teaching methods and the teachers' quality, renew teaching materials and so on.
From those above analysis and in order to guarantee the smooth implementation of the English curriculum, the author puts forward the following several suggestions:(1) Teachers should make a reasonable selection of and readjustment to the teaching materials;
This artide studies the unbalanced phenomena in College English Education in three respects as following: (一) the main body of teaching (二) the content of teaching (三 ) the form of teaching We had analysed them step by step and then had a soluble method finally.
More specifically it examines the L1 CTC of 10-12-year-old Greek elementary school students, before and after the use of alternative communicative-text-oriented teaching material versus traditional language materials currently used in the schools.
Living Book is a system for the management of personalized and scenario-specific teaching material.
The paper gives a broad overview of available teaching material.
Judicial precedents provide an excellent teaching material for giving students an incentive to access web sites that are essential for healthcare professionals.
Teaching material was developed to introduce investigating polynomial functions in an open classroom-arrangement integrating CAS.
Analysis of the pre- and post-intervention data suggests that using appropriately designed communicative-text-oriented teaching materials can increase Greek school students' level of written L1 CTC.
This article presents a case and teaching materials based upon a real-life situation.
Two sets of issues - one set focused on teaching objectives, the other set on practical concerns - must be addressed if the instructor hopes to use computer-based teaching materials effectively in the classroom.
Among them teaching materials or textbooks are of primary importance, the presentation of which relies first of all on the viewpoint to structure the contents geographically.
These findings suggest that a national effort to define learning objectives for the hematology courses and to share teaching materials among medical schools is warranted.