Research on Blended Teaching Mode of College English Based on Implicit Learning Theory

Qing XU

Abstract


This paper explores the blended teaching mode supported by the mobile learning platform through an empirical research. It aims to analyze the relevance of implicit learning theory and language sense in College English audio-visual course, it also puts forward positive strategies on implementing implicit learning theory in English learning so as to promote autonomous learning and ensure the effectiveness of teaching. 


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Implicit learning; Blended teaching; Mobile learning; Language sense

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11762

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