Study on the WeChat-Based After-Class Translation Teaching Mode of College English From the Perspective of Eco-Translatology

Lijun LI, Manrui GUO

Abstract


This paper intends to verify the feasibility of WeChat-based after-class translation teaching of college English from the perspective of eco-translatology. It believes that the limitation of time and space should be broken and views the students as its center during the process of translation teaching. The result of three-month experiment has proved that the new mode is feasible and effective in enhancing students’ translation competence.


Keywords


Eco-translatology; College English; Translation Teaching; WeChat

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10103

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