The Network-Assisted Process Approach in College English Writing Instruction in China

Shuqin HU

Abstract


The teaching of college English writing in China has been long criticized for its low efficiency. The traditional product approach calls for much investment of time and energy from the teacher’s part, yet is not effective in inspiring student’s motivation and productivity. In order to improve the situation, modern teaching approach needs to be adopted. In this paper, the author attempts to explore the feasibility of the network-assisted process approach in college English writing instruction in China, discuss the specific stages and analyze the advantages of this approach.


Keywords


Network-assisted English teaching; The process approach; Writing instruction

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