Innovation of English Writing Teaching Model Based on Network

Wanhua YE

Abstract


The mastery of students’ basic English language communication ability is one of the important goals of English teaching in higher vocational colleges. The writing ability is the basic content of English language communication ability and an important indicator to evaluate students’ language communication ability. At present, the teaching of English writing in higher vocational schools in China shows the problems such as the lack of participation interest of students, the low performance of teaching, and the difficulty in improving students’ writing ability. In the information age environment, it is necessary to make adjustments in vocational English writing teaching, organically integrate traditional classroom teaching with the advantages of network information technology, and we need to seek innovative development of teaching mode.


Keywords


English Writing Teaching Model; Network; Anxiety

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10881

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