Applied Research of SPOC-Based Flipped Classroom in Second Foreign Language Cross-Cultural Teaching

Xiaoli ZHU

Abstract


As an expanding course of College English, the second foreign language cross-cultural teaching is facing many problems in practice. The development of SPOC technology provides an objective condition for the application of flipped classroom and an opportunity for the cross-cultural teaching reform of the second foreign language. Therefore, it is necessary to explore the practical application of the teaching mode of SPOC-based flipped classroom to the second foreign language cross-cultural teaching, from teaching design, teaching cases, learning evaluation and assessment to curriculum evaluation, so as to achieve the goal of the flipped classroom teaching reform with students as the center and teachers as the auxiliary.


Keywords


SPOC; Flipped classroom; Second foreign language cross-cultural teaching; Cross-cultural communication competence

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11563

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