Cultural Infiltration in College English Teaching From the Perspective of Input Hypothesis and Output Hypothesis

Qing XU


From the perspective of language input and output, this study analyzes the existing problems of cultural input and output in College English teaching and suggests several strategies in cultural infiltration, with the aim at promoting students’ cultural consciousness as well as the classroom dynamics.


Input Hypothesis and Output Hypothesis; college English; cultural infiltration; classroom dynamics

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