Research on Adult Public English Teaching Based on New Media Information Technology With Curriculum Ideological and Political Characteristics

Hongxia CEN

Abstract


With the deepening of education informatization, the education and teaching process of open education has undergone great changes. The educational means based on new media information technology are adopted by the traditional classroom teaching, which makes the original single teaching model expanded and extended. Adult English, as one of the basic courses of adult education, under the support of network technology, is unified online and offline, which plays an important role in promoting teachers’ teaching level and improving students’ learning process. As a basic language course, the teaching requirements of Adult English not only emphasize the need for students to broaden their knowledge through language learning, but also should be more humanistic, so that students can cultivate critical thinking and establish cultural confidence in the process of learning. And this happens to coincide with the goal of integrating “curriculum ideology and politics” into English teaching. “Khalid GCNT adult English teaching should be the fundamental task, with the help of online and offline interactive platform, make full use of new media information technology, break the traditional boundaries of time and space of English classroom learning, will be full of contemporary and affinity of the ideological and political philosophy into language teaching, exert a subtle influence on to ultimately meet the needs of students grow up and hope for a new generation of young people in society.


Keywords


Adult Public English; New Media; Ideological Characteristics; Political Education; English Learning Model

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