Online Teaching Model Construction and Practice of College English in Post-Epidemic Period

Hongxia ZHANG

Abstract


Due to the influence of COVID-19, many colleges and universities at home and abroad have actively implemented the measures of “Classes suspended but teaching and learning are continuing”. Through the online teaching practice during this special period, the cognition of teachers and students has been continuously enhanced. With the deepening of the concept of “Internet+” in online teaching, teaching methods and teaching process management are also constantly improved. About the future, in order to reform and develop college English teaching in post-epidemic period, we should do a good job in three-dimensional curriculum construction, diversified teacher development and comprehensive student training. Based on the continuous summary and exploration, the author believes that taking multiple measures simultaneously is an effective way to construct an efficient online college English classroom.


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Post-epidemic period; College English; Online teaching; “Internet +”

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12430

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