Probe into the High School English Teaching Model With Core Competencies as the Lead

Kaiqi Lü

Abstract


Purpose: This article aims to provide a review of the core competencies of the new national curriculum program and standards for high school education announced in January 2018 and it tries to explore the innovative high school English teaching model of online independent learning before class, online and offline blended-learning, and online summary evaluation after class. To further improve the English teaching level of senior high school and cultivate students’ core English literacy. This will enrich and develop research results in this field and open new perspectives and ideas for subsequent research.
Design/Approach/Methods: Applying textual analysis, this article interprets the teaching methods’ changes with the new national curriculum program and standards and further discusses these changes based on blended-learning theory.
Findings: Corresponding to the international trends on core competencies, China takes a further step and designs English subject core competencies to apply to the English class. It is meaningful and reasonable to adopt this teaching model in high school.
Originality/Value: This article might combine new national curriculum programs and standards for high school education and blended-learning to nurture the English core competencies.


Keywords


China; Core competencies; Curriculum reform; Blended-learning; Teaching mode

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11459

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