The Necessities and Existing Problems of Bilingual Teaching in Higher Learning Institutions



Starting from the connotation of bilingual teaching, this paper elaborates the necessities of bilingual teaching in higher learning institutions and analyzes problems existing. It provides corresponding countermeasures in the end as well.
Key words: bilingual teaching, necessities, problems
Résumé: Commençant par la connotation de l’enseignement bilingue, l’article présent expose d’abord la nécessité de l’application de l’enseignement bilingue dans les écoles supérieures, puis analyse les problèmes existants en ce domaine, et enfin propose des contre-mesures.
Mots-clés: enseignement bilingue, nécessité, problèmes
摘要:本文從雙語教學的內涵入手,闡述了在高校推行雙語教學的必要性,並分析了雙語教學存在的問題, 最後提出了相應的對策。

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