Interactive Teaching Design in Future Classroom Environment: A Case Study of Purple Wisteria Waterfall

Jiexi WU

Abstract


Interaction is the core in the future classroom. Teaching in the future classroom environment will make more demands and challenges for teachers. Based on the future classroom environment of East China Normal University, this paper takes a Junior 1 Chinese lesson Purple Wisteria Waterfall as an example to describe in detail how to carry out interactive teaching design in future classroom environment.


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Future classroom; Interaction; Teaching design; Case study

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7187

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