Exploration of Italian Zero-Based Short-Term Intensive Teaching Model

Chunhong LIU

Abstract


Based on summarizing domestic and overseas SLA (second language acquisition) theory and Italian zero-based short-term intensive teaching practice, under Web3.0 technical background, this paper has conducted tentative teaching reform of teaching concept, process, technique and teaching management of Italian zero-based short-term intensive education, introduced Production Oriented Approach (POA), to lead the teaching purpose of “help me and let me learn”, integrate “holistic education” into teaching, optimize each procedures of class, and extend students’ learning space and time by means of “flipped classroom”, progressively introduce grammar knowledge points based on language transfer theory, optimize vocabulary and oral English textbook based on the comparative research result between auditory channel input and visual channel input; meanwhile the paper has followed up students’ learning process through teaching practice and conducted comparative research by dividing into experiment group and control group. Based on data analysis, the paper has verified the effect of this Italian teaching model, and proposed prospects for further perfection of future Italian teaching model based on limitations and defects in experiments.


Keywords


Italian; Zero-based; Short-term intensive teaching; Teaching model

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9969

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