New Relationship Between Teachers and Students Based on the New English Curriculum Criteria

Yuanhua CHEN, Lincun DAI

Abstract


The New English Curriculum Criteria claims that students’ development is the key point under the consideration in English course designing. With the goal of developing students’ comprehensive skills of using English, reform should be carried out in teaching concept, purpose, contents, strategy, scheme, medium and evaluation. The New Curriculum Criteria, based on modern education concept, stresses humanity as a dominant factor. This essay centered on The New Curriculum Criteria and its influence on teacher-student relationship.


Keywords


ESL Teaching; Curriculum Criteria; Relationship between teachers and students

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