Construction of the Blended Teaching Evaluation System of College English for Vocational College Students Based on Flipped Classroom

Chunxiang WANG

Abstract


Public English teaching is always an important issue that challenging teaching reforming in advanced vocational colleges. Students in English major are poor in background, as well as enthusiasm. Though mixed teaching form that based on flipped classroom somehow does enhance students’ motivation, develop their creativity and innovation, due to different backgrounds, points of interest, and lacking of self-control, it is not enough to completely achieve teaching object by simply altering teaching method. In order to achieve teaching object, it relies on strict, diverse, and comprehensive evaluation system to supervise student’s study conditions.


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Advanced public English; Mixed Teaching; Evaluation system

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9306

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