Research-oriented College English Reading Class Based on Constructivism Teaching

Xiao-hui LI, Yan MA, Wei-hua WANG


This paper analyzes the problems existing in current English reading class. Based on the theory of constructivism, the paper proposes that English reading class should be informed into a kind of class with great research, exploration, and practicability to improve the students’ English capability. In this paper, the authors construct a research-oriented college English teaching mode which actually centers on students.
Key words: constructivism, college English reading class, research-oriented teaching mode
Résumé: Cet article analyse des problèmes de lecture en anglais dans l’enseignement supérieur. En s’appuyant sur la conception du Constructivisme, il indique que l’enseignement de lecture en anglais doit devenir un cours tâtonnant et pratique visant à améliorer le niveau d’anglais des étudiants. Il introduit les idées du Constructivisme dans la conception des cours de lecture en anglais concentré sur les étudiants et il fait la preuve de la faisabilité de ce genre de cours par les essais d’enseignement.
Mots-clés: Constructivisme, cours de lecture en anglais dans l’enseignement supérieur, enseignement de recherche

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