Analysis of ESP Instructing and Innovation of College English Teaching

Xue JIANG

Abstract


In contemporary society, with comprehensive promotion of global economy, there is an urgent need for well-rounded talents in a wide variety of professional fields, which undoubtedly set a higher goal for the broadly-based education. The innovation of English teaching in higher education plays a significant and active function in the process of cultivating all-rounded talents. At present, EPS instruction has been penetrating into the innovation of English teaching education actively.


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ESP instructing; College English teaching; Innovation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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