Design and Application of Teaching Mode of English Reading and Writing Course for Postgraduate Based on Smart Classroom

Yuchen LI

Abstract


The rapid development of the society puts higher and higher requirements on the English proficiency of graduate students, which also brings great pressure and challenges to the English teaching of graduate students. Compared with the English teaching at the undergraduate stage, the English learning of graduate students is more difficult and lacking in learning motivation. The wide application of information technology in the field of education has opened up a new perspective for the reform of postgraduate English teaching. Taking the postgraduate English reading and writing course as an example, this paper discusses the design of the intelligent teaching mode of postgraduate English course, which has practical significance for improving the teaching effects of postgraduate English course.


Keywords


Information technology; Intelligent classroom; Graduate English; Teaching model

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12197

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