The Phenomenon of Aphasia of Chinese Culture in College English Teaching: Its Seriousness and Reasons

Xiaoqing LIU

Abstract


With more English culture taught in college English classes, an issue is being paid increasing attention to—students’ lack of Chinese culture expressed in English. The data obtained in the investigation, the paper attempts to reveal how seriously non-English majors are incompetent in expressing Chinese culture in English, and discover the reasons why this phenomenon exists.


Keywords


Cross-cultural communication; Chinese culture expressed in English; Language teaching

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References


Cong, C. (2000, October 19). One defect in English teaching in China. Guangming Daily.

Seelye, H. N. (1974). Teaching culture: Strategies for foreign language educators. Skokie, Ill: National Textbook Company and American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.

Shu, D. F. (2004). The reforms in foreign language teaching: Problems and solutions. Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press.




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

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