The Problems and Countermeasures of Vocational English Teaching Practice in Higher Vocational Education

Yan WANG

Abstract


In recent years, under the guidance of the national principle of striving to develop vocational education, China’s higher vocational education has been developing vigorously. However, due to various conditions, vocational English teaching in higher vocational education has encountered many problems. This paper makes an objective analysis on the problems in this regard such as educational concept, teaching mode, teaching method and course setting, etc., and puts forward comprehensive solutions for the problems of “lack of training of vocational English ability, lack of practical teaching, and how to establish a complete English practical teaching system in higher vocational education based on the concept of vocational education”. 


Keywords


Higher vocational education; Vocational English

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9143

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